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Battle for the Flavigny Bridge

Discussion in '☆☆ New Recruits ☆☆' started by Steve Whittaker, Apr 23, 2018.

  1. Steve Whittaker

    Steve Whittaker New Member

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    I am looking for information on SGT Clark Whittaker, KIA 12 SEP 44 at battle for Flavigny Bridge. G CO, 2d BN 134th Regiment. He was assigned to G Company in July of 44, promoted to squad leader in August and killed in action 12 September. Some conflicting reports list him is a POW and he died in German custody. First morning report listed him as KIA 11 Sep then corrected to 12 Sep. Have pulled a lot of good information from the 35th Division, 134th Infantry Regiment website.

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    SJW
     
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    TD-Tommy776 Man of Constant Sorrow

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    Thank you, that is why I discovered. Additionally, he is not listed on any rosters or General Orders for a Purple Heart nor the Combat Infantry Badge even though the CIB just started in 1943. thanks again for the response.

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    Sorry, but your original post seemed to indicate that you had some question as to whether he was a POW or not.

    It will help us to know what you already know, and what specific information you need. That way you won't end up getting redundant information.
     

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