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Alien enemies-IDs, German personal statement
(1942)

Subject: transmittal of roster and strength report,   pp. [60]-[61]


Page [61]

'EPRODUCED AT THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES
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Ger.
Sixth Corps Area
Camp McCoy, ,isconsin
May 27,      19 42
DAILY HEPORT TO TIi. PROVOST il!SHAL G,NALaZAL 01 ALT.!21  IES
A!-.D   O   S OF 'IAR.
The following table indicates the nwiber of intornQd alie
-a d priso,ur .  of war il- custoct; at 6:00 A.i7. this date.
Total Yesterday        --Additions   Scpartion     Total Tda
Aliens P.of' 71.
Aliens P.of I .
Aliens
P. of U. IAliens
il
P. of "1.
Ital.         6       0         0       0 _.                 0         2        0
Jap.       184        1         0        0      184         1          0        0
1.ri sc.      0       0         0        0         0         0         0        0
Total       301       1         0        0      188          1       113        0
Total
len
nomen & Children
0
In addition to the above interned
alien oner.cs rnd orisonfr 01 war,
No pcrsnns are dotain6 here
tomporarily.
WILLIAM 1.. fRI
Ma ior- Infan trv
Executive
W.D., PIG Forr No. 8.
March 1, 1942.
Upon completion' of this duty they will return to their
proper station, Camp McCoy, 1-.isconsin. It being impracticable for the
Government to furnish cooking facilities for the return trip theFinance
Department will pay in advance, each of the enlisted men named the monetary
travel allowance in lieu of rations as prescribed in Table II, par. 2 a,
AR 35-4520, April 30, 1942, at the rate of $3.00 per day fr one (l)mn for
one and two-thirds (1-2/3) days travel. The travel directed is necessary
in the military service. The Quartermaster Corps will furnish necessary
rail transportation. FD 34 P-02 A 0425-23.
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