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302d Engineers
Posted by: l. thomas (ID *****3947) Date: August 15, 2009 at 14:01:45
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I'm looking for information regarding Capt. Ralph Thomas, of the 302d Engineers, in the 77th Div. He was wounded at Chery-Chartreuve in August 1918. I am not sure which base hospital he was taken to.

Thomas's National Archives records were destroyed fire in the 70s.

I would appreciate any information or thoughts, even tangential.

Many thanks for your help.


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