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259th. Infantry Co. L
Posted by: Dean Kresila (ID *****8885) Date: January 19, 2012 at 20:14:52
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Hello, First I would like to say thanks to all Vet's. I am posting today in regards to my Grandfather, Clarence A Graff. He served in the 259th. Infantry, Company L, attached to the 65 th. infantry Regiment during WW 2. I tried to get his military records for St. Louis but found out today that his records were among those burned up in the fire of 1973(?). I would really like to find out where his Co. Served during the war. I believe he served in the Rhineland Campaign. Also of importance is that I just became aware of the fact that my Grandfather was the recepeint of 2 Bronze Stars, does anyone know how or where to find the records of why he was awarded these Bronze Stars. Any help at all would be helpful ?
Dean K.


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