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A salute to our fallen heroes

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A salute to our fallen heroes
Manitowoc, Wisconsin: The Lake Shopper, March 2003
1 booklet (24p.) : ill. ; 21 cm.

These pages from a 2003 publication, A Salute to Our Fallen Heroes, list 174 Manitowoc County servicemen who died in World War II. Earlier articles published in the Manitowoc Herald Times on August 15, 1948, reported that 179 Manitowoc County residents were killed or died in service during the war: 82 from the city of Manitowoc, 30 from the city of Two Rivers, and 62 from elsewhere in the county. The articles also reported that a total of 6,202 men and women from Manitowoc County were inducted or enlisted, not counting those who served in the Coast Guard. The 1948 list includes twenty names that do not appear in this 2003 compilation: Philip Auboa (Valders), Arthur Donohue (Manitowoc), Harvey C. Engelbrecht (Two Rivers), Charles Hejda (Manitowoc), Charles Higgins (Manitowoc), Melvin C. Hurley (Two Rivers), Ruben A LaButzke (Kiel), Stuart McMunn (St. Nazianz), Robert J. Roessler (Manitowoc), Myron L. Schaff (Manitowoc), Oliver Skrivanie (Two Rivers), Horace A. Stoeppelmann (Manitowoc), John Tauschek (Kiel), John J. Thomas (Manitowoc), Harry H. Tolksdorf (Manitowoc), Walton Ulness (Valders), Harold Viengutz (Manitowoc), Roy Wentland (Manitowoc), Bernard Wilmer (Manitowoc), Melvin Yana (Two Rivers).

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[Cover] A salute to our fallen heroes

World War II: 1939-1945, pp. 13-18

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