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World War II registration card of Raymond Doudell that says the following: Address: R.4-Box 562 Almaden Rd., San Jose Santa Clara California. Telephone: B. 2704, Age: 21, Pace of Birth: San Jose, Date of Birth: Dec. 11th 1918 (although it was Dec. 11th 1917), Country of Citizenship: San Jose, USA. Name of person who will always know your address; Mrs. "John" Rose Doudell (mother), address: R.4. Box 562 Almaden Rd. San Jose Santa Clara California. Employer's Name: Student at University of Santa Clara. On the backside of the report it says that his race was white, his height 5ft 10", blue eyes, brown hair, light complexion and weighed 145 pounds. The signature of registrar was Esther Collins who was the registrar for No. 1 Cottage Grove San Jose California and the date of registration was on Oct 16th 1940.
People in this photo:
Raymond Doudell
Dec 11, 1917 - Jul 20, 2006
San Jose, California
A photo of Robert Leon Krushall Sr.
People in this photo:
Robert L Krushall Sr
Jul 9, 1958 - Jul 14, 1990
A photo of Bf E Virden
People in this photo:
Bf E Virden
Dec 23, 1914 - Nov 17, 1988
Abilene, TX
Master Sergeant Anthony Costanza, Special Forces, Cryptological Duties Officer, Frankfurt AM Maine, Germany, 1954-1956
People in this photo:
Anthony Costanza
Jan 19, 1905 - Jul 22, 1963
Long Beach, CA, United States
A photo of Anthony Costanza
People in this photo:
Anthony Costanza
Jan 19, 1905 - Jul 22, 1963
Long Beach, CA, United States
A photo of Harold Martin Rex Norton
People in this photo:
Harold Martin Rex Norton
around 1922 - Mar 24, 1945
A photo of Howard Fricks, My Grandfather, in his Army Air Corp uniform.
People in this photo:
Howard Fricks
Aug 7, 1920 - Aug 10, 1956
Arkansas, United States
I found these WW2 military plates while metal detecting. Wesley D. Sutton?
WW1-Pvt. Anthony Costanza, Corps Of Engineers, 3rd Inf. 11th Div. ENG Band., Chateau Thierry, Germany
People in this photo:
Anthony Costanza
Jan 19, 1905 - Jul 22, 1963
Long Beach, CA, United States
WW1-Pvt. Anthony Costanza, Corps Of Engineers, 3rd Inf. 11th Div. ENG Band., Chateau Thierry, Germany
People in this photo:
Anthony Costanza
Jan 19, 1905 - Jul 22, 1963
Long Beach, CA, United States
WW1-PVT. Anthony Costanza-Corps Of Engineers, 3rd Inf. 11th Div. ENG Band., Chateau Thierry, Germany
People in this photo:
Anthony Costanza
Jan 19, 1905 - Jul 22, 1963
Long Beach, CA, United States
A photo of Herbert James Graham Gilmour
People in this photo:
Herbert James Graham Gilmour
Aug 2, 1883 - Sep 19, 1914
This is an amazing photo that I was VERY lucky to find of both of my Grandfathers, Anthony Costanza and Frederick Eugene Harrison with my Great Uncle Arthur Edward Gentry, in the Korean War together, before my parents were even born, so they had no idea that they would all be family. Both of my Grandfathers passed away before my parents married.
People in this photo:
Anthony Costanza
Jan 19, 1905 - Jul 22, 1963
Long Beach, CA, United States
A photo of Milan Markus on Hungarian border in JNA.
People in this photo:
Milan Markus
1931 - 1991
A photo of John Sutherland who went by Jack, my Grandmother's young Brother Was in the Highland Light Infantry 1st Battalion Father was Finlay Sutherland Mother Annie Rankin Sutherland from Wick. My Grandmother Marion Sutherland Cameron also from Wick.
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John Sutherland
Died: around May 17, 1915
A photo of Joe Edmond Duke stationed in Belgium
People in this photo:
Joe Edmond Duke
Jun 15, 1922 - Sep 4, 1991
A photo of Joe Edmond Duke when stationed in Ireland in World War Il
People in this photo:
Joe Edmond Duke
Jun 15, 1922 - Sep 4, 1991
A photo of Ainslie Sepion and friends
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A photo of Miljenko Šavorić in the war 1995
People in this photo:
Miljenko Šavorić
Born: May 20, 1975
Alojz Markus in the serbian army in ww1
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Alojz Markus
1896 - 1955
A photo of James Tolman
People in this photo:
James Duncan Tolman
Dec 22, 1877 - Oct 22, 1948
A photo of Vincent Michniewicz
People in this photo:
Vincent F Michniewicz
Jan 23, 1920 - Nov 9, 1994
Philadelphia, PA
I bought this photo in a central Texas antique store yesterday. Nothing is written on it anywhere. A photo lab stamp on the back says that the print was processed in June 1960. The man appears to be a Staff Sergeant in the U.S. Army. I can't make out the rest of his insignia. "This is a Kodacolor print made by Kodak. June 1960 K"
(I no longer have the original image). A "realphoto" postcard showing a large number of French soldiers crossing a field in World War I. Number 69 in a series.
A "realphoto" postcard showing French soldiers in World War I. Number 66 in a series. (I no longer have the original image).
An enlarged detail of French soldiers postcard 24. (I no longer have the original image).
A "realphoto" postcard showing French soldiers in World War I. Number 24 in a series. (I no longer have the original image).
A badly damaged "realphoto" postcard showing a World War I soldier who died in action. The light color of his coat and other details make me think he may have been French. Nobody will ever know who he was and his family would never know what became of him.
Detail of the background of the postcard showing U.S. Army ambulances.
A damaged "realphoto" postcard showing U.S. Army ambulances in World War I.
A "realphoto" postcard showing a howitzer firing a shell. The shell is faintly visible near the upper right corner of the postcard, just about to exit the right edge of the photo. Caption says "Seven inch -- howitzer in action -- showing projectile"
A damaged "realphoto" postcard showing German soldiers and big artillery shell sometime in winter. There is snow on the ground and "30.5" is written on the shell.
A postcard showing a British tank possibly climbing out of a trench.
Detail of postcard showing American troops (labeled "US") entering Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. This closeup shows a Luxembourg military band as the troops enter the city. The Luxembourg band has either finished playing or is waiting for the Americans to finish before they start.
Detail of postcard showing American troops (labeled "US") entering Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. This closeup shows a U.S. Army band playing as the troops enter the city.
Detail of postcard showing American soldiers (labeled "US") entering Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. There is a soldier operating what looks like a movie camera on a big sturdy tripod. He may be filming a newsreel.
Written across the top: "Luxemburg City Luxbg" center, on marching troops in road: "U S" On right near horses: "Luxbg Band" and "Luxbg. Soldiers" On left above caption: "U.S. Band" Caption across bottom: "L'Entrée des Troupes américaines a Luxembourg 21-11-18" Google translate: "The Entrance of the American Troops in Luxembourg 21-11-18" I uploaded enlarged details of this photo separately.
"L'Entrée des Troupes américaines a Luxembourg 21-11-18" Google translate: "The Entrance of the American Troops in Luxembourg 21-11-18"
"German troops returning to Germany through Mersch (Luxembourg) 1918. An uninterrupted procession of German transport on the Arlon Road."
Detail of the postcard showing German troops crossing a bridge on their way out of Luxembourg. There are two small children barely visible behind the bridge railing and the soldiers are smiling at them and talking to them as they cross the bridge.
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