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'TEXAS RANGER INDIAN WAR PENSIONS' abstracted by Robert W. Stephens
"TEXAS RANGER INDIAN WAR PENSIONS" abstracted by Robert W. Stephens
Attached as reference for Reuben Davis Ross's Indian War Pension.
 
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1945 'Allied Victory Pattern in the Pacific'
1945 "Allied Victory Pattern in the Pacific"
"The map details the major phases id Allied ground, sea and air campaigns to defeat japan. The Tokyo radio Saturday expressed a willingness of the Japanese government to accept the Potsdam ultimatum if the emperor may be retained. (AP Wirephoto Map). )See Wire Stories)."
 
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1945 Allied Victory Pattern in the Pacific (World War II)
1945 Allied Victory Pattern in the Pacific (World War II)
The caption reads: "The map above details the major phases of the Allied ground, sea and air campaigns to defeat Japan. The Tokyo Radio Saturday expressed a willingness of the Japanese government to accept the Potsdam ultimatum if the emperor may be retained. (AP Wirephoto Map).

The map, printed in the Shreveport Times on Monday, 13 August 1945, was in the collection of Sergeant James Elvie Pate's niece. She so very kindly shared it with the site's webmaster. Linked to it on this site are the servicemen known to have served in the Pacific Theater during WWII. If others should be linked, please advise.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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22nd Alabama: 1900 Louisville Reunion
22nd Alabama: 1900 Louisville Reunion
Nicholas T. Leverett indicated on his 1913 pension application (Texas Form A) that he was transferred from the 39th (sic) Georgia to the 22nd Alabama in 1863. However, unit muster refute that assertion. He was neither assigned to the 39th Alabama, nor was ever officially assigned to the 22nd Alabama. After he was wounded during the battle of Atlanta, he was hospitalized with members of the 22nd Alabama. His subsequent discharge from the hospital noted that he was with the 22nd Alabama. He used two documents to support his assertion he was with the 22nd:

1) A receipt made out to him and originating with Company F, 22nd Regiment Alabama Infantry. It reflected a a remark "for clothing" dated 08 Oct 8 1863, indicating a possible deduction from his gross pay. [That is an odd document since he was wounded less on 21 September 1863 while assigned to the 37th Georgia.]

2) A Ramsey hospital discharge dated 09 August 1864 granted him a 60-day furlough. The furlough indicated assignment to the 22nd Alabama. [Most of the soldiers on a corresponding hospital roster were assigned to the 22nd Alabama. All were afforded 60-day furloughs irrespective of wound or illness.]

No unit muster or end-of-war parole document has been located that would validate his claim to having been transferred to the 22nd Alabama. The 37th Georgia records indicate that he failed to be listed on rolls after his wounding in September 1863.
 
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2nd Infantry Division (2ID) Omaha Beach: 1944 JUN 07
2nd Infantry Division (2ID) Omaha Beach: 1944 JUN 07
This classic photo of 2ID soldiers climbing up the slope from Omaha Beach was enlarged and hung on a wall in the WWII Museum in New Orleans, LA. Veeta (Scott) Biggers visited the museum in January 2016 and as she glanced up at the photo, the second soldier in the column looking at the photographer drew her attention. While there may be no way to confirm his identification to an absolute certainty, she was convinced that it was her father, SSG John Edgar Scott, who was with the 702 Ordnance Company, 2ID on that very day!
 
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2nd Infantry Division shoulder patch
2nd Infantry Division shoulder patch
Worn by John Edgar Scott during WWII. His future son-in-law, RJCarr, would twice wear a similar patch while stationed at camps in South Korea in 1974 and 1977. John Edgar's grandson, RJCarr II, would also wear the patch while stationed at Fort Lewis, WA in 2015.
 
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31st Infantry Regiment (Philippines Division) 7 Dec 1941 - 9 Apr 1942
31st Infantry Regiment (Philippines Division) 7 Dec 1941 - 9 Apr 1942
Operations and Movement. This reference is added for those interested in learning of the wartime experience of PFC Harvey Lee McKee.
This document is a monograph written by Major Everett V. Mead while he was a student in Class #2 of the Advanced Infantry Officers Course at Ft. Benning, GA in 1947-1948. It discusses the movements of the 31st Inf. Regt. (US) from December 7, 1941 - April 9, 1942. The original document included six maps that could not be located. Readers can refer to the maps in "The Fall of the Philippines" by Louis Morton to find the location of the 31st Inf. Regt. (US) - click on http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USA/USA-P-PI/ and scroll down to the list of maps.
 
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34th Infantry Division 1945 - Trail of Red Bull
34th Infantry Division 1945 - Trail of Red Bull
 
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38th Infantry Division shoulder patch
38th Infantry Division shoulder patch
 
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42nd Rainbow Division shoulder patch
42nd Rainbow Division shoulder patch
 

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