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|Comment||Your prompt response is very much appreciated. It is a very helpful answer although inconclusive. My organisation 'D-Day Revisited' is making an effort to tell the story of one GI named Lawrence Bekelesky, using this soldier as a suitable example of all the young American men who came to Britain to train, prepare and take part in the Normandy Invasion. Corporal Bekelsky was part of B Company of the 121st Combat Engineer Battalion and was killed on Omaha Beach on 6th June 1944. Once again, thank you for your contribution which increases my knowledge on the subject.|
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Can answer: World War Two. Specifically, the troop transport ships that took US Military Personnel overseas & returned them to the US, 1941-47. Also, unit history of US Army QM, Signal, MP, Ordnance, Medical, Transportation & Engineer units that served during WW 2. The more obscure units are my specialty. If you have the APO that a Veteran sent letters from or received letters at, I can look up the history of that APO.
A lifelong study of WW 2, including participation as a WW 2 Re-enactor, 1980-2002. Also, interviewing over 400 WW 2 Veterans about their role in WW 2.
AASLH, Middle Tennessee Genealogical Society
Over 800 Profiles that I have written for client's about their loved one's role in WW 2.
BA, History & Political Science (19th & 20th Century European History) Webster University, Webster Groves, MO.
Awards and Honors
Assisting the National Archives on numerous occasions during the 50th Anniversary Commemoration of WW 2, 1991-95.
Respectfully, I do not disclose the names of the clients I deal with. I have a confidentially agreement with them.