WWII Casualties: Nebraska
|Casualty Description||Image Size|
|1.||Dead (Combat)||(312802 bytes)|
|2.||Dead (Combat)||(396422 bytes)|
|3.||Dead (Combat)||(365674 bytes)|
|4.||Dead (Combat)||(397551 bytes)|
|5.||Dead (Combat)||(388391 bytes)|
|6.||Dead (Combat)||(402740 bytes)|
|7.||Dead (Combat)||(376999 bytes)|
|8.||Dead (Combat)||(402853 bytes)|
|9.||Dead (Combat)||(400234 bytes)|
|10.||Dead (Combat)||(360044 bytes)|
|22.||Dead (Prison Camp) and Released Prisoners||(315037 bytes)|
|23.||Released Prisoners||(353675 bytes)|
National Archives Identifier: 305213Title: State Summary of War Casualties from World War II for Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Personnel from Nebraska, 1946 Creator: Department of the Navy. Bureau of Naval Personnel. (1942-09/18/1947) ( Most Recent) Type of Archival Materials: Textual Records Level of Description: Item from Record Group 24: Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel. This list identifies those men on active duty with the United States Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard, whose deaths resulted directly from enemy action or from operational activities against the enemy in war zones from December 7, 1941, to the end of World War II. Casualties which occurred in the United States, or as a result of disease, homicide, or suicide anywhere are not included. Entries in the list are arranged into the following sections: Dead (Combat), Dead (Prison Camp), Missing, Wounded and Released Prisoners, and thereunder alphabetically by name. The list includes the rank of the decedent, and the name, address and relationship of next-of-kin. Location: Modern Miitary Records LICON, Textual Archives Services Division (NWCTM) National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, Md 20740-6001 PHONE:301-837-3510, FAX: 301-837-1752, EMAIL: email@example.com
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