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Soldier 5
Soldier 5  

Soldier 6
Soldier 6  
We are trying to find out information regarding my husband's father whom we have been led to believe was American.

We have recently discovered some photographs amongst old family papers which we believe are of American servicemen taken at the end of WW2 either in Dunkirk or Southern England.

We have enlarged the pictures to see if it is possible to identify any of the insignia and/or uniforms and have attached copies and should be grateful for any help or advice you can give.

Hi, I cant tell which unit/divisions they belong to, soldier #5 is a Lieutenant in the US Army Soldier #6 is in an unknown unit, the patch is too blurry to clearly see, but he is dressed in battle fatigues with the rank of Captain. Do you have any other pictures?

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Michael O'Reagan


I can Identify unit insignia, patches, pins, medals, weapons and accessories from US and other countries and eras to Revolutionary War to current.


I have been a military dealer and appraiser for 15 years in Massachusetts.



Self studied novice in all areas of history, firearms, foreign language. Professional Fire Fighter

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none but I pat myself on the back quite frequently.

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All clients are confidential although I work with many antique dealers across the country, have an established eBay business for 15 years, participate in militaria shows from Louisville to Maine.

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