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Arnold Goldberg, KIA in WW2
Posted by: Antoine Nouens (ID *****7839) Date: November 12, 2009 at 12:12:20
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Dear Sir, Madam:

Please assist me in regard of the following.

I have an interest for WW 2 history, especially in the US servicemen that were killed for our liberation.
I do research about US servicemen that were killed in WW 2 and are/were buried in the US Military Cemetery in Holland, near where I live.
I am searching information about and in particular a picture from:
Arnold Goldberg, PVT.
His Army service number: 42176260.
He was born in 1920.
According to NARA he resided at Dauphin County, NY, but according to WW2memorial.com in Bronx County (most probably New York City).
He enlisted July 26th, 1944.
He was killed in action April 16th, 1945, in Germany, and was a member of 36th Armored Infantry Regiment (3rd Armored Division).

In particular I am seeking a picture from him. There may have been some kind of article/announcement in a newspaper in 1945, or in a yearbook from his high school.

Any info/help will be welcome.

Can you help?

Thank you in advance,
best regards from Holland,
Antoine
bulge@hotmail.com


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