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Re: Darrell Youngberg
Posted by: Roger Nelson (ID *****7781) Date: June 06, 2009 at 15:01:58
In Reply to: Re: Darrell Youngberg by MICHAEL HIGGINS of 9053

Since the private Museum you visited is near the US WW-I Cemetery at Romagne containing the largest collection of WW-I graves, you might contact the Romagne US Cemetery Manager directly since the veteran is buried there, or the American Battle Monuments Commission office in Paris, and let them handle the recovery. They are the nearest representatives of the US Government to the location of the artifacts. They would be more knowledgeable in dealing with the Museum than an un-related person.


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