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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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    Default US GI: Charles E. C.

    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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    Sorry, it's Charles E. C.

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    I have edited the thread title for you.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    http://www.abmc.gov/search/wwii.php

    I searched here and found no one listed with that name. He may well be listed as "missing".

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    http://aad.archives.gov/aad/fielded-...cat=WR26&bc=sl

    No luck here either.....

    Can you give any other details about him? Is the name on an item of kit?

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    Thanks
    No he is buried at the cementary in Hamm (Luxembourg). He was at the 26th Infantry an died in Boevange. Yes I have his helmet, I will post it in a few days. I 'm going to reveive the papers from the cementary this week!
    Greetings

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    I have searched the database for the Hamm Cemetary:

    I can only find two men with the surname of Charles in Luxembourg:

    CHARLES DRAPER J PFC 13036132 26-Dec-44 LX
    CHARLES MILFORD J PFC 33399280 19-Mar-45 LX

    Please see the screen shot.

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    So what is the 3553? Normaly the last 4 numbers of his serial number?

    Greetings

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    Yes, GI's would often mark clothing etc with the last four numbers of their serial number.

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    okay thanks! but their is no soldier with such a number
    greetings

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