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Joseph Hamburg - World War II

Joseph Hamburg served in the United States Army during World War II, assigned as a radio operator with the 9th Infantry Division. He landed at Utah Beach in Normandy and was later transferred to Brest, France, where his left arm was struck with shrapnel as he was digging a foxhole. After recovering, he was stationed in Belgium.

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Headquarters in Belgium.

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Belgium

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Unknown

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L’Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France.

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Paris, France

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Qualification as Marksman, 1943.

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1943

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Newspaper article titled, “The Brassiere Boys,” in YANK: The Army Weekly.

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Circa 1945

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Newspaper editorial titled, “Queen of Battles,” in The Stars and Stripes on November 22, 1944.

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Unknown

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November 22, 1944

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