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My uncle's WW2 dog tags, what do the numbers mean?

Article about: I have his dog tag's from the war and was wondering what all the numbers mean? First line is his name and the second is ----35019399T41-2 then on the top right side is the letter A then on t

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    Default My uncle's WW2 dog tags, what do the numbers mean?

    I have his dog tag's from the war and was wondering what all the numbers mean? First line is his name and the second is ----35019399T41-2 then on the top right side is the letter A then on the bottom right side is the letter C. Thank you for any help

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    The number 35019399 is his serial number.

    T41-2 is to confirm he had a Tetenus injection to cover those years.

    "A" is his blood group.

    "C" is his Religion, for Roman Catholic.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    thank you and I found out the first number 3 is that he was drafted.

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