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Max (#48372580)
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Bio Photo I prepare a tribute book (100% non-profit) on the FOSSE#1 American temporary cemetery (Belgium) and the 2199 American soldiers who have been buried there during WWII.
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Cheryl Mueller
WWII Belgium memorial
Hi Max, this should have been an email...sorry. I got this email today from another Belgium resident!
Devoir de mémoire : Ils n’ont pas leur mausolée à Mons.
Contrairement à la 1er division d’infanterie et aux résistants Belges, les soldats de la 3em Division blindée tués à Mons les 2,3 et 4 septembre 1944 n’ont pas leur mausolée. Ils ont donné leurs vies à Mons pour que vous puissiez jouir de votre liberté.
En collaboration avec les mouvements Patriotiques Belges, et La section TANKSINTOWN du Royal Mons Auto Moto Club, nous avons émis l’idée d’ériger à Mons un monument à leurs mémoires.
Tous les frais seront pris en charge par nos différentes associations partenaires et sympathisants. Le devoir de mémoire ne représentera pas une charge financière pour la Ville. Seule une petite parcelle de terre montoise devrait être mise disposition. Nous avons suggéré l’emplacement entre l’obélisque de la 1er Division Blindée et le M.M.M boulevard Dolez. Une demande dans ce sens a été adressée au Collège Montois. La réponse tarde….
Sending the French version as it appeared on my email. I can't pull up your email in my stupid gmail account!
Added by Cheryl Mueller on Jun 19, 2017 8:05 PM
Cheryl Mueller
Hi Max, I guess I can answer my own question, but not all soldiers that died in Belgium were buried there, right? I just ran across this one and wondered: 8314211
Added by Cheryl Mueller on Feb 28, 2017 2:12 PM
Russ Pickett
PFC Dominick Cioe
Hey Max,

You are correct .... plus he also lived in New Haven County, Connecticut when he enlisted as well!

He apparently came home from Connecticut to see his parents before he enlisted.

Thanks again,

Russ Pickett
Added by Russ Pickett on Jan 29, 2017 4:44 AM
Nice work....
Nice work you are doing here...I updated Kozlowski...thanks!
Added by ShaneO on Jan 28, 2017 6:20 PM
Roland Harmon pictures
Hi Max,

I posted photos of the Harmon lot, unfortunately the is no marker visible for Roland. I also posted a portion of the cemetery layout map for Plot 52D.

Next week I will probe for a marker. It is a long shot, but it could be buried. Stranger things have happened.

Added by Kurt on Jan 27, 2017 12:39 PM
Donna Barnes
Roland Lee Harmon
Thanks for letting me know where he is actually buried. I denoted on my memorial for him that it is a cenotaph.
Added by Donna Barnes on Jan 14, 2017 7:57 AM
Brian J. Ensley
Lewis Hastings
Thank you for making the updates for Lewis.

Added by Brian J. Ensley on Aug 05, 2016 5:31 PM
Lisa Gribbins Cox
Clement Gribbins
Hi Max, Clem Gribbins is my Uncle. He died long before I was born so I sent off to the VA to find his place of death and the said European area. May I ask where you got your information as to his place of death?
Added by Lisa Gribbins Cox on May 22, 2016 4:39 PM
Dee Plamann Harvey
Great Job!
Great job on all your work, Max!
Added by Dee Plamann Harvey on Dec 14, 2015 12:31 PM

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