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   William Robert Fordham
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William Fordham, 1944 [detail]
War: World War, 1939-1945
Branch: Army
Unit: Company G, 422nd Infantry Regiment, 106th Infantry Division
Service Location: Camp Phillips, Kansas; Camp McCall, North Carolina; Arkansas; Indianapolis, Indiana; Scotland; England; France; Belgium; Germany; European Theater
Rank: Staff Sergeant
POW: Yes
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»Boat pass (front) on Queen Elizabeth (US to Scotland).
 Official Documents (4 items)
Telegram from the Adjutant General to Fay Fordham, that William Fordam is MIA. January 11, 1945. Telegram from the Adjutant General to Fay Fordham, that William Fordam is a POW. April 25, 1945. Telegram from the Adjutant General to Fay Fordham, that William Fordham has returned to military control. May 22, 1945.
Telegram from the Adjutant General to Fay Fordham, that William is returning to the United States. July 9, 1945.  
  
 Personal Correspondence (2 items)
Image of envelopes of fourteen letters written by Fay Fordham to William Fordham. Telegram from William Fordham, that he is safe and in hospital. April 25, 1945. 
  
 

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