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US GI: Charles E. C.

Article about: Hello, I need help with the soldier Charles D. C. (-3553). Can somebody tell me something about him? He died here in Luxembourg. Thanks for your help! Greetings

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    Indeed. I have real concerns that someone has made this up.....

    Cheers, Ade.
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  2. #12

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    we will see this this week when i'm going to get the papers from the cementery. Thanks for your help though!!
    Greetings

  3. #13

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    Found him!
    Greetings

  4. #14

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    Please tell more!

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    I will post the helmet today or tomorrow with the story behind
    Greetings

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    I have just seen the story you posted. No wonder I could not find him, you gave the wrong surname!

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  7. #17

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    What do you mean?

  8. #18

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    In this thread you gave the soldiers name as "Charles E C".

    So I spent hours looking for someone of that name. The problem is "Charles" is his Christian name (or first name as people call it now) NOT his Surname (family name). So I was looking for a soldier with the surname "Charles" and the christian names beggining with "E" and "C". For example, I would write my name as "Stevenson, A."

    I have included a link to your new thread about the helmet:

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/collec...behind-229129/

    The way the solider wrote his name is unusual that he did not include his surname in full, hence all the confusion.

    Nice item by the way!

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    Ah I'm so sorry! Normaly we write it like this here in Luxembourg!
    The same thing with the date: here people write f.ex. 12/31/2012 but in Luxembourg 31/12/2012!

    Thank you
    Greetings from Luxembourg

  10. #20

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    We write the date like you do here in Australia too mate.

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