This week the research tip of the week is about using military discharge records in genealogical research. The DD214 is a treasure trove of information.
#52ancestors Week 3 – Long Line This week the 52 ancestors in 52 weeks prompt is Long Line. For my ancestor this […]
A gunsmith, soldier, photographer, attorney, and a skunk farmer – it sounds like the start of a joke where the next line should be they walked into the bar. Interestingly enough those are all job titles held at various times by Daniel E. Adams.
With the battle of Buna behind the men of the 32d Division they are sent back to New Guinea for another round of jungle warfare.
Tracing the steps of Fred L. Jacobs and the rest of the men of Company E, 126th infantry regiment during it’s service in World War II. The six weeks of combat at Buna Gona left E company nearly extinct. On Jan 20, 1943 the company totaled 17 uninjured men.
The latest installment in my series about Fred Jacobs and his service with Company E, 126th regiment 32nd Division during World War II.
Tracing the steps of Company E. 126th regiment, 32nd Division through the battles of World War II to learn about the war experiences of Fred L. Jacobs.
I am always reading something new. This month I am reading three great books.
The battle of Buna rages on. Follow PFC Fred Jacobs and the rest of Company E. 126th Infantry Regiment through the jungles of the South Pacific of WWII.
Follow me as I trace the steps of PFC. Fred L. Jacobs through the battles of World War II where he fought in the Red Arrow Division.