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Lebenslauf von Harvey P. Newton (früher Hermann Neustadt ) 



4.I0.20 
Ostern 1927 
- 1931 

1931 - 1934 



1934 - 1935 

1935 - 1936 

1936 ^ 1938 



1939 

1940 - 1941 



1941 
1946 



1946 
1948 



1948 - 1951 



1952 - 1953 

1953 - 1956 



In Breslau geboren 
Volksschule 7o (Graudigschule ) 



Breslau 



Realgymnasium am Zwinger, Breslau, Klasse, Sexta, Quinta, 

Quarta 

Judische Volksschule am Anger, Breslau, Volksschulreife 

in 1935 
Klasse A, des Aufbaukurses der Jud. Volksschule am 
Anger, mit Versetzung zu Klasse B, 

Juedisches Auswanderer Lehrgut Oross-Breesen, Kreis 
Treblnitz, Schlesien, Praktische Landwirtschaftliche 
Ausbildung mit Abschlussprufung. Diploma. 2 I/2 Jahre 
Arbeit als Landarbeiter in Holland durch Vermittlung des 
Jud. Kommittee^ in Holland. Keine Bezahlung. 1 Jahr 
Landarbeiter, Hyde-Farmlands, Burkeville , ^Virginia, 
USA. 1 Jahr. Bezahlung: Essen und Wohnung frei, $ 4.- 
pro Monat Taschengeld. 

US Army. 5 Jahre. Bezahlung: $21 pro Monat als Reoruit 
zu $ 166.- (plus allowances) pro Monat als Oberleutnant. 
Student University of Delaware mit Unterstützung der 
Regierung der USa(P.L. 346 and P.L.16, d.h. die Gesetze 
für Ausbildung der Veteranen und Krie^rsbeschadigten) 
B.S. in Agronomy , June 1948 

Research Fellow, Soils Department, Rutgers Untversity, 
New Brunswick, New Jersey. Pellowship $ loo.- pro Monat, 
and Grraduate Student in Soils und Plant Physiologv, 
Ph.D. degree in June 1951 

Bodenspezialist für Maya Corp., Montklair, New Jersey 
Bezahlung : $ 460. ~ pro Monat, 8 Monate 

Landwirtschaftlicher Spezialist für Pennsalt Internationa 
Corporation, Philadelühia. Pennavl vani« , Auirpnhi Tr»iri -i r^h^^ 
Bezahlung : ueber % looo.- pro Monat 



Barinas, Venezuela, den 3. Dezember 1956 




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arvey P. Newton 



llf TRÜCTICNS FOR COMPLETING Sl'ATEf^EMT OF PERSOMAL HISTORY (DD FORt,! 398) 



i 

R««^ 11^ °? ^^^^ ^'^^' (Statement of Personal History) J.s to be fUled out comrü^te^lv 

St le^x'blv r''""'f '* f' ^'"^ '' *^^ ^*^*^™^^* '' Personal Hfstory.°?Seo'' • 
SSid^tS^' 'f ?? Tl' ^"^ ^"^"''" ^^^ q"^^tio"s on the form. If more space is 
theln, Ind „SL1 Sw f^ ^( specific question, use"REP.IARh:SH section at L e^d of 
check to S +Tf «11 f ^^ Information appropriately. When the form is completed, 
ste2bv!.+ Pn n^^L ^^f'^^^«'^^ are properly answered» Filllng in the SHI must be a 
SerädS^fno^ ^-fi f f^ ''tf'^ *^-^ Instructions given on the direction sheet aiad 
^D^^n-S ?f '/^u^ °"* *^^ "^"^ ^^^ ''^^'^ *he Instruction sheet in retard tHhe 
ClSs S^ S '5'"- ^"'''"r *??* "«'" ^ *^^ ^^^^"-^ the Instruction sheet prescribes 
PeSoS nStorrb/^'^'S^? ?° *^! ""'''^ """•• " ^^ essential that the Statement S 
2S™f inv«^f?Lf?^¥^/"^^^^^^^^^^ ansv^ered as they are the basis of your 
SmSHn +hl n f J o? :" ^^*f ™ y"^ character, discretion, integrity and 
m^ll '! **^^ United States. A neat, carefully filled out Statement of Personal 
History is an xnd.icatn.on of youi- ability a^d becomes a permanent part of yoS me. 

Ti- rrl'u ^^""^ your complete name as required. Be sure to include your middle name 
priS SmJi :ra5d"(lO)To T'' '' ^°" '^^' ^ ^""^^ ^^-' inser?teTp;o- 

2. Indicate your £resent statu^s by placing an (x) mark in the appropriate box. 

.Ttüa^n fndrL^r^ f" ^^""f °'" "^^"^^ °^ ''^'"®' ^^^* it ^^ ^^der "REf.IARKS" section 
^f^t;t:.^ -^^^'^ ''■\'^° "l'^'^-^' ^'hen and v/hy changed. Name may have been changed when 
naturalxzed or when adopted. If not applicable print "NOIIE," Include niSnaS! 

Street; olT/ ^Ts^T!"''''' "''''"' "''''''• '^ ^"^^ *° '"^^"^^ ^^^^- ^'^'^ -- °^ 
ilLtMLni_e|?'lA6^^^^ '^"^^"P'^' 16 April 1917. D^not_^inl.an,,Jates 

b. Answer completely as required, glvlng city, county, state and country. 

health e?;. "f^Lff '''"^^^ recorded at tho state capital, county seat, board of 
neaith, etc. If Information is unknown, print •'ÜTOCIJOrffi." . 



"ÄLia. . If you were bcrn outside the United' States and'obtained ci+izenshTrthrn.-.T. 

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^n+ ^% ^^!* f "^ schools and give all information completely, including: inclusive 

"IMNä,S-? ^SrSSlJ^e^d:;; i;^^^ SpSS^S-^SLit-^^S^arSo 
cedure should be used when answering questions pertaining to moJher; spousH? Sr^er 
spouse. Indicate whether or not Ü3 Citizen, ''pouue or lormer 

print°"NO^!"^'' ^"^ ''^^""'^'^' ^^ i^o^ation is unkno™ print "imilOPtt.'." If none, 

deraSire^^nrnot^ln^lnH ^^l^^^^^^' ^^^If ing approximate dates of arrival and 
??^oner;.int ShE?" ' "^^""^ '"'"°' "^ " -""^^^ °^ t»^- -"i^it-T establishment, 



CD Form Ltr 4-35L 
28 June 1951 



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IMTRUCTICNS FOR COMPLETING STATffiEfJT OF PERSONAL HISTORY (DD F0ra5 398) 



Kc.A lu^ °? ^?^" ^^^ (Statement of Personal History) is to be filled out comnlpt^lv 

rSSref tSn'm"r?f T> ^"'^ ^"'"'" ^'^ questlons on the form. If more space is 
tK^^iz, ? allotted for any specific question, use"REr;!ÄRKS" section at thp f^nd nf 
che'ck t; s^o tZtZlfTr^ Information appro^riately^ When\'he'forf iJ^L^letld, 
^+!^v! ! ^* ^^ questions are properly answered„ Filling in the SHi must be a 
wSrädeS„od°'^-?i ^^'^ '"f *'■" Instructions given on thf direction sSt Sd 
iS^n-^^f ' /^u^ °"* *^^ ^^^'"° N^^ ^e^*^ the Instruction sheet in remrd to the 
specxfxc xtem and then answer that item In the mmmer the Instruction sheet prescribes 

Sok™5 • ^^^ SÄ-etely and carefulljr answered as they are the basis of your 
SSn^ ^r'fr^'f f o? ^ determine your character, discretion, integrity ^d 
it^tl the United States. A neat, carefully filled out Statement of Personal 
History is an indicat.i.on of your ability and becomes a permanent part of yoS- file. 

1. Give your complete name as required. Be sure to include your middle name 

2. Indicate your ^esent Statut by placlng an (X) mark in the appropriate box. 

P^tüa^n fnflTl^r'' T "^^^f °'' °^^''^® °^ ''^'"^' ^^^t ^t and under "RH-ARKS" section 
expl-a^n fully as fco where, when and v;hy changed. Name may have been chanred when 
natur.al.xzed or when adopted. If not applicable print «Noiis... InclUde S™! 

Street; c^eSZiST"'^ ""'"'"^ '''''''' '^ ^"^^ '^ -^^"'^^ --*- -^ — of 



5. a. Print dato completely. Example; 16 April 1917. Do not crint 



■in this manriF-T- ! 4./16/17, 



any dates 



b. Answer completely as required, giving city, county, state and country. 

health et;. "f^Lff ^''^•^^ recorded at the state capital, county seat, board of 
neaj.ti-1, etc. If Information is unknoivn, print «UIKNOWI." • 

Vo^ ^;^ ^^/°'^ ff® ^ Citizen of the United States, place an (X) mark in the aDDronriatP 
???:„.^! '^St ^ Citizen of the United States, place an (X) mark L f.L w io\!??f ^^^*® 

n^S;Lat'oror"^^:-''T/^*'''' \'' ''"""'' '*"*^^ and obtained citi;;n'sh7rtteough 

7. Answer as required. Give your grade, Service number, arm or servile and 
Z^tT'"" ""'' '*^'"^° ^" ^"^^ *° include 'curreni continu^us yeaJs '7^1^ 



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^ * ^*^ ^^f* f--^ schools and give all Information completely, including- inclii=!ivp 

:»r "'?'^' 'f "!^f " """"^"^ '«^"»'^ p.rt.toi.g tc .oth^i; ,™ =«" S™er 

spouse. Indicate whether or not US Citizen. y^^'^^ ux xormer 

print°"NONS!r'' ^' ^^^•^"■^<^- I-f information is unknom print "imNOW." If none, 



CD Fora Ltr 4-35L 
2Ö June 1951 



«h^J ?n !u^ chronological review of your employment. Make this list continuous, 
showing all the periods of unemployment, non-employment while attending schools, 

?^ 1^ ^^^F ^^T^°? ^" *^®^'' P^°P^^ chronological order. Account for all your tlme . 
include date of hirmg and termination. Give the complete names and addresses of 
your employers. Give name of immediate Supervisor. Be sure to indlcate the correct 
reason for termmation. Th is inf ortnation will h,. oh^oV.,^ jf you have been employed 
Dy a foreign government or agency, give name and address of employer and if you have 
been refused bond, give reason for refusal. Put your social secui-ity number in the 
proper box. If you have one, but don't know the number, print "UNKNOV/N." If you never 
had one, print "NONE." 

13. THREE credit references, and FIVE character references must be listed 
before the SPH is acceptableo Both the credit aad character references are to be 
nonmilitary in addition to not being employers or relatives« No credit references 
may be used as a character re ference and vice-versa . Complete addresses are needed 
in both cases. This is of paramount importance« For credit reference, if you do not 
have a credit account, you may use a school to which you have paid tuition, any störe, 
gasoline Station, motor car dealer, auto repair shop, hotel, life Insurance Company, 
iandlord, doctor, lawyer, dentist, clubs or organizations where dues are paid, or 
any other business establishment to whom you have paid in cash for Services or goods, 
and who know or have a record of your dealings. If all these possibilities fall, 
use a perscn who has loaned you raoney or would lend you money should the need arise. 

U. Answer completely giving dates and complete addresses., THIS IS TMPORTMT . 
Do not list Armed Forces addresses in this space, but give permanent or legal 
addresses, if in the Armed Forces « 

15. List all, being sure to give the post, chapter or lodge number, city, state 
and inclusive dates of membership« ^ <^ y 

16. AnsTver »«Tes" or "No." If answer is "les," describe circunistances. 

17. Check applicable box» If answer is "Yes," answer fully, giving a complete 
resume of the case as called for« List any incident, and include all juvenile cases 
Be sure to include the Charge and disposition« 

lÖ. Read^ the_^uesJiorL,car^^ and answer it by checking the applicable box,. 
If answer is "YES", describe in detail, using the "imiARKS" section if additional 
sipace is required. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING FINGERPRINT CHART 

lo The National Defense Program Applicant card must be used« 

2. Finger prints will be taken by your local or state police, sheriff «s Office 
or any military establishment. 

3. The reverse side of the card must be completed with the exception of the 
photograph which is not required« 



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Harvey P. Newton 
Form DD 398 



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Ghanged to Harvey P. xNowton, 17 June 1944, by the Circuit Court 
for WÄ8hirip*ton Gojnty, ^laryland, Chaa^ed as a protection in case 

of ca|turo by G^^rn/^n iorc-^s, 
rickfiaran: Prinz 

Item 9. 

Father anc"" inother vrere naturvlized on 21 Noven^ber 1949, ±n the 
Coaaty Court of CuiTiberiaad Jo <nty, Brid^^etoa, i^ew Jersey. 

Iteai 11. 

192^^ - ii07 (iVequeatly) 
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15 Dec. 195^^-24 Ja/ul'H^^ 
22 June - 24 3ept. l'^51 

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HAS BEEN ESTABL'l;SHED FOR 

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fOR SOCIAL SECÜRITY 



RITY PÜRPOSES V NOT FOR IDENTIFIC, 




IDENTIFICATION 



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Polizeiliches Führungszeug nis 

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geb. am 4>10*19^'Q in Breslau 

10.5.1936 
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Kreis Stadt 



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^ I- RM. Gebühren . 
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Name (^«' Trauen' auch Gfburt$n«me) 

Newton (fr. Neustadt) 

\'oinamen (Rufname untcr$trfi«iien) 

Karvey P. (fr. Hermann) 



Breslau 



Geburtstag 
Geburtsort . 

(lund, Krcii) 

Kinder unter 16 Jahren 
Vorname 



4.10.1920 



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Thomas Hartwig 
Rings tr, 24 
12205 Berlin 

Sehr gllirter Herr Hartwig: 

Leider komme ich erst heute dazu Ihren Brief vom 20.12.96 zu bestätigen. Ich 

hoffe es ist nocK ivvieresrant für Sie. Vorweg mochte ich dieres bemerfken. 

Entschuldigung für Tipufehler. Ich schreibe und spreche noc immer ganz gut Deutsch, 

und ic^h '-atin ai ch oft ganz gut tf pnen, aber machmal machen meine Finger,' odpr 

Augen, oder die Maschine nicht so gatlmit. Icii sc reibe Dmen auf e ine/im 

VEB hergestellten Erioa*/ die ich 1959 in Costa Rica erwarb. 

Was Sie Über bereits gedrehte Filme und Ihr Projekt schreiben ist sehr interessant. 

Kann man welc^.e davon als Video erwerben ? Weiterhim Dir Buch: Ist es 

käuflich ? Ich ne}I^e an, dass Sie wen- Sie so ein Buch« geschrieben haben mehere 

Jalire in den USA und besonders in N.Y. gelebt haben. Wann ? 

Weiterhin mochte ich Ihnen erst noch ein paar Adressen geben, die ich Ihnen wohl 

nicht in meinem fruiieren Brelfe gab.Moglici.erweise haberi Sie diese. 

Till van Raliden 
Finkenstr . 38 
33609 Bielefeld 

Herr van Rahden schreibt od^r snhriph r^t-hp DoV-hn-r ät»>%o^*+ r.i>r,>. t*:^.* ^«i. -r.^.-a.^v r. 
Beziehungen im Kaiserrecih, mit fall Studie - Breslau. Er hat untersessen auch 
die Zeit der Weimarer Re^-^ublik studiert. Wahrscheinlich weiss er heute mehr 
über die Juden in Breslau als wir wenigen überlebenden dises Stammes. 

Dr. Vierner T. An/^ress 

Kairerstr. 30 

12205 Berlin 

Tel: (030) E^R3J2:CCÖiXl 706 6320 Fax: 705 0220 

Dr. Angress ist Prof. für Geschichte (im Ruhesland} von der N.Y. State U., 

Stony Brook, L.I. und wurde in Berlin fceboren. Er ist mein ältester Freund'und 

obwohl nicht aus Breslau, kennt Breslau, und seine Familie und Familiengesc: sc- icht« 

ist ahnlicr wie meine. "* 

Frau Ruth Lu(3eemann 
Morcl.inr^e» Str. 52 (II) 
14169 Berlin 

Tel: 802 35 72 (mo-lciherweire alt) oder 812 13 91 ^ K«i \nfanrsaobt konnte eine Mull 
sein) 

Frau Ludema-ui ist eine Freundin und Schul kameradin von mir von der Gaudi . er? chule 
(Stadt. Volkschule Nr. 70, Kleinburg - Breslau) die ich for kurzem wiederentdeckt 
habe. Hir Vater war Fiormann Ludemann, Oberpresident der Prov. Sc^ilesien von 
1927 oder 28 bis 1932, u-id snäter ^iLnsterorcFident von Sc^ leswj o;-T7q-|^c;X^-| ^^ 
Im Hinblio: auf If.re Plagen in Il:rem Brief: IcL^ bin nicht s'^br ob siLus-to 
dass icji judisch bfn. Jedenfalls war Ich ni.c .t der einr.i.go judir-c^^o IQ- sron 

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iJlt l -^li^^'^l^* ^^^ W^<"^A In IlinbliCc auf Ihr Interesre an Deutsoh-jüdlr hoA 

beJSved""' T l" l°\'''-^ erwähnen, das es ein Video gibt «Wie were so ' 

keinln '^J IV' f :^tf ''''-•^^-'"'^'«'".Emi.^ranten in Washington Hei;.trf';^^-ülrscheinl i ch 

kennen oie es loa ka-m Ihne:i nicht sa/^en wo mn es erhalten Vn^n, aber 

A.M. Rosenthal von der "N.Y. Times" erscheint d.ri-, als Kom-.etltor. 

Etwas uberflussi.rr, aber violle-cht interessiert es Sie, le/^e lch''''*i'?ie Kooie 

meines bernriichen LebenslauPes bei. Ich habe noch vike davon, aber Sn 

seit neun Jahren i.-n Ruliestand. 

Nun zu Ihren spliellen Fragen: 

iS.r'^'^V^ 4 Oktober 1920 in Breslau, Charlotten Strasse 36 ^Haus steht nicht -rehr^ 

gbboren. Mein Vater war Max Neustadt (mein örpsrunglicher Ilarne war Herrn« Neisldt) 

vll' f ^^"f 18 J8 ebenfalls in Bresla^eoren. Hein Vater war Frontkämpfer und ^ 

vom 4. Aur,v.r.t 1914 bis zum 23. Dezemher 1918 im Milifardienst. Er nahm an den 

Kämpfen vor Verdun ( ich habe Photos, die er in Dannevour machte. Siehe 

das Buch "Erziei:ung vor Verdun") und an der So;nme teil. Er diente als 

Einjahrin^ ProiwilUrer 190i/iq02. Er war Wachtmeister und Offz. Stellver- 

milLTl ^^r^^.^'='^■^■^'°''■^" ^^^^ Artellerie. In seine., Soldb-ich las ich die 

weii ef T,fdl i""'!"" ^"rr'/°^-'- ^\^'-' ^P'^*"^ ausgeschlossen* Der Ausschluss 

SoM JLf / '^-.^'" .^^"^ das E.K. II, Feldverdienstkreuz oder Medaille (blott« 

Sc.leifej und spater das Prontkamuferehrenkreuz, das erst nach 33 ausgeben wurde 

aber noch unter iiindenburg. 3o Juden bekamen es a;,ch. ' 

Sem Vater Ilerrmann ( zwei r j Neustadt wurde 1046 in Rawitsch, Posen geboren 

Wann genau er nach Breslau zog weiss ich «."cht. Jedoch gründete er zusa:m),en mit 

einem Vetter Neumann; die Pir^m "Neustat Sc Neumann" Strumpffabrik, spKter 

Taentzienstr. 4 m Breslau. Herr IIeu.mann schied nach einigen Monaten aus der Fir-.a 

.US und sie wurde nach dem Tode Meines Grossvaters ( und auch schon vorher von ' 

meienm Vater geleitet. Me^in Onkel Ernst .jüngerer Bruder ^e.'nes Vaters tr.t 

im Felde^wa""'" °'"' ^'^^ ""^^'^ Grossvater im No.v 1914 verstarb und mein Vater 

MeineMutter wurde am 25. März 1895 in Halle/Saale geboren. Bir Vater war 
Dr. oiegmuua iessler, Rabiner in Hall e/3aale von 1881 bis 1909. Er wurde in 
Comorn, Ungarn an der Grenze mit der Slovakei geboren, studierte am 
Rabiner oerainar in Breslau, war dan Rabiner in Mannheim, und schliesslich 
m iiai ] ©/ Saal p. wn t^r* nn^ Pr-ni-. ■; « A ^^ -ni ^--•■' - .» , . . _ . . 

w,,-,.^«,, /Vi. : " ------ .^^^ m -^cx i:,xiieiiieiiie um juQisci.en friedliof begraben 

wurden (loh weiss mcht ob davon noch etv^as übrig ist) 

ll\^l^^l"' ^"'''a '("^f.''^ '"''"^'''' '^"^ ^^^ Friedhof; Lohestr. in Breslau beerdigt. 
wo auca_ Ferdinand La Salle beerdigt ist. Dieses Grab bestilet noc h un4 mein 
Vetter in.,ondon hat die Tafeln erneuert. Dieser Friedhof wurde v^n der "ol- 
nicaan^H Regierung zu einem" Nationalen Monument' oder ähnliches erklärt. 
Meine beiden Grossmutter kamen aus Onpeln/ O.S.. Die Mutter meines Vaters war 
dS^Iro^i '; """' l^'tß^^ankel und gehorte dem Prankel - IHncus rTanln von 
der grossen Leinenweberei in Neustadt/ O.S. Sie verstarb n?3 in Breslai 
Die meiner Kutter wurde später geboren, denn sie verstarb afterl933 mit ei^ir^en 
T.-!J^i? , "".' ^^'^ "^'" "^^ geborene ünger. Dank eines auf Seide gedruclcten 

Tischliedes das ic. noch hohe weiss ich, dass Ihre Eltern Moritz Unger S^d 
Rosalie Ileilborn sich am 11. März 1051 in Breslau verheirateten. 

Ich mb'chte noch moi»,e Onkels erw5h ^en . Meine Mutter hatte einen alte ren 

Bruder, Edrar Fesnler der 4 Jahre im Felde war, und in einem Schytz'^nbrn^en der 

von den Englandern unterminiert war. Er war für oini.-e Ta^^e ver-clf't tet 

Er war_ mindestens zwo. --al im Kz . und soll in Warschau umgeko-r.en'siin. 'wi e er dortuin 

kam weiss ich nicht. Sein .Inngerer Bruder war mit 1^ Jahren Kreigsfre wU?i er 

und irr:endwio nahm auch a.j den Spartacus Kämpfen teil. Er war 38 i^m Jz nber' 

wanderte noc- Ende 38 nach Austral.'en aus, wo er I057 verstarb SeJ^enclht- 

jv>d,sche p,aueb. heute in einem Altersheim In r;?,rnberg, wo sleherstaml. 

Mein Vater hatte e-nen alteren Br-ider, Dr. G^/g ^-Teus ta-H in Perlin, der | und 

Berlin besass. sie nicht bezahlen konnt^ la'L^ V^l rT^ri:n^^'"w;S!'; " ^" 



Die rjutter n:ieir)es Vater>, Berthi Heustadt, ^eb. FranVel, verstarb 1923, und wir 
zof^en in ihre V/ohnimg, Kirsoällee 26/28 (Am V/as?erturn) Das Haus steht nicht 
mehr^Jedoch ist der Wasserturm fre^nau so, wie ich ^ich erinnere, ausser, dass 
ei^lc^^ Nachkriegsphotos , die ioh f^esehen habe, anscheinend nicht Nach krief;spho tos 
wa^ren^ den^der grosse Kastanienbaum, der vor de^i V/aspertumr auf der Kirsc'stleft 
(und Ä-Akazien Alioej Seite stand nicht mehr exie^ÖJT^.Ich war 1?93 in Breslau. 
Das jÄdir.c'ie KranjfTenhaus ( jetzt für poln. Eisenbahner; sieht noch genauso aus 
wxe ich mich^ erinnere. (Ho^^ enzoll ernstr . auch .lUwkWasj^erturm) 
V,iOp\^>tPS:£^^'is geVorte E^-otii 3chäf.fer , Firma BancKSchäff er am Ring , Breslau. Die obere 
-'-'"'"^Eta.g^ ej.ne Fa^-^ilie Holler. Es gibt einen Prof. Horst Moller, geb. in Dreslai 1943 
Prof. für neutl^ Zeitgesol ic^te an der Universität Erlangen. Ob er etv^as mit 
diesen Ilolleri ::^u tnn^iat weiss ich nicht. Ich schrieb ih'n ein^^al ,abeÄbea^m keine 
Antwort, (inforrfe^is: Buc^i "«Um der Freiheit WilleftVerlag Gunter Neske, Pf ull i r^gen hs 
1933} Schaf fers V7are- judisch, Möllers nicht. 

\nr hatten als Untermieter, -ocii vom Krieg her, Ail^old Blum, Rechtsanwalt und 
Frau Rose, geb. Guttmanrt. Rose Blum war eine sehr bekannte ot'ulLeyiratin an der 
Viktoria ochnle in Breslau. Sie ist anch erwähnt in dem BucJi von der seelig gesnr')«^. 
clienen^Edith Stein, "Eine JiMisohe Familie in Breslau^ oder almlich. Ich habo 'd.^s 
Bucli nicht. Edith Stein und ils|üe Guttmann-Blum waren e)B|q befreundet und studierten 



zusammen in Gotti n/ren. Rose Blum v/ar eine Grosrcousine von 



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hohoron Allers >iahnte ich sie"Tante". Sie starb in London im A) J-er von m Jaliron. 

Etwa 1931 zogen wir r.ac)^ Eichondorf f s Ir . 37, Ecke KilrrursLcns brasse. Das Paus 

gehörte einem HernX Bessert, Inliaber der Firvna "Handscliuh Bessert" auf der 

Schweidnitzerstrasse. Nicht jüdisch^ und keUi Äazi. Wir v; Imten in der 

1. Etage, uT'd Bösrert und Frau darüber.. Da s^ Haus steht nicht mehr. 

Im unterem (keine Tre-p«^ Geschosr- jTwohnte ein alter- res Ehepaar mit Ihrere erwa-h.se- 

nen Tochter, die wenn ich ich richtig erimere jüdisch v/aren. 

Dort wop.rtet? vn'.r bis wohl Anfang oder Friil'jahr 1936 (oder viel eicht zogeiwlr 

schon 1935 um;. Das Haus warip Scharho^F^-tstr. 6/8. Es steht nicht mehr, aber das 

Haus , dasr heute dort rteljt piat die selbe-i Nummern. Soweit ich ^m ch entsinT)e 

hatte es, drei oder vier Etagen und auf jeder Etage waren awei Wohnimge. In eiier 

wohnte ^ein alter Fre--^ rae':"es][/ater, mit dem er auc-: i.n Felde zusa-men, war (Da^^-evo-y— 

Verdun;, ohwoh.l siejricht zu den gleicbn Einljeiten gehorten. Herr Martin Berwin 

mit Prail und 7;WPi Too>i-hp»-rrt H-i o T"oVi + f>Y» oTKi^ Vi /-■'•' +o»^'> r»^-' r»,o*r^o C^fQ't-'^ö 

Von anderen Mietern entsinne ich mich nu± auf einen Genera! Fahnert. Dieser 
war .-neiner Erin ^ernng nach in feldgrauer Uniform, d.h. gehorte dem Heer an. 
Jedoch in meinem U.S. Army Buch "Order of Battle of -fe Germar^Army" Peb. 44*, finde 
ich nur einen -l^r'edrich Fahnert, ienerdleutnant, Luftwaffe. Er grusf te mich im.mer 
sehr hoflich, wennn wir uns auf der Trenpe trafen. Da ich gerade bei general en 
bin: Auf der Eichendorffstr. wohnten wir gegenüber von Gen. Koch-Erbach, 
Wehrkreiskomrand^tl von Breslau, und das Haus Scharnhorststr . war Ecke Arndtstr. 
Auf meinem letr,ten Posten als U.S. Army Offizier, beim "Enemey Prisoner of 
War Informaf on Bureau^ in 1945 wiurde ich eines Tages gebeten* die persönlichen 
Sachen eines deutschen Generals durchzusehen, der in einem U.S. l^iegsgefangenen- 
lagcr Selbstmord verübt hatte. Es stellte sichkeraus, dass der Ge/Tral. ein Gen. 
»ft»!Bulov7ius oder ^eluvius, war^ <hs^ Rommel^'S Hhupt Ingineur wrrr, und im 
zivilen Leben Arndstr. 6 in Breslau v/ohnte, d.h. gegenüber von meinem 
Fenster. 

Nach Mai 1936 wohnte ich rieht mehr in BreslaHi^ s,-nder kam m^r manchmail meine 
Eltern bes-chen. Ich v/ar Prakti^^-kant of dem " jtfdiscrien Auswa?^ derer lehrr-ut 
Gross Breecen" Kreis Treh-itz, Schlesien, d. h. ei_l;iige zwanzig kiloneters von 
Breslau. 

Ich vergasr weiter oben, dir- andereren Geschwister mefees Vator^ -u erwähnen. 
Ausser se^'r^err alterii Bruder Dr. Georgia Neustadt, der ir Perl in Ar-t war hatte* 
er nocli eij^nen jun.rmren Brnder, Ernst Neustadt, der auf der ^'urfurstenstrasse 
wohnte. Sehie Fra^ war Greto, geb. Staub, Tochter von Justi'^rat Horman.n Stanb der 
iCoüimentare zum B'.tljTichen Gcsetzlnich (oder ähnlich) geschrfeebov> hatte, die auch 



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Neusta- 1 A Neuraann ein, ui^^t s'c VDhl w^rend des 1. Weltkite^es all eÄ rol öltet 

da r'ei>i Vaker im Felde war. Er und seine ft-au wurden früh von %roslau denorteirt.' ' 

da wohl, e m Hazi sein Ausje anf ihEor Wohnunß; hatte. Erst in das Ghetto in 

lomerdorf in Schlesien und dam nach Osten. Sie haben den Krieg nicht überlebt. 

üis AiUang 1930, als die Pir-na zwangsweise verVauft wurde sass er in dem 

selben Burei\i wie mein Vater. 

Ein weiterer jujigorer Bruder meines Vaters war Dr. Joseph Neustadt, 

Chemiker von Beruf, der als Assistent des beru'hrat% Prof. Haber arbeitete 

Er fiel xn Lit-u,en als er mit ei-em Jagerregimenijgegen die Russen kä- pt<8«'. 

Eine üchwester meines Vaterr- verheiratete sich in Koni-^sberg /OPr mit 

Max nosej'thal , Inhaber der Rgl. Kant Apotheke in Königsberg.' Dra RosekkWl 



_ . , ^ . „ . • - -~- (Sie hiLtte drei.) 

Ernst mid Grete i^eustadt hatten zwei Tochter, und einen So) n. Letzterer loht 
in London, und die älteste Tochter in Augshurg. MSglicherwei se schickte 
ich Ihnen bereits den Uanen und Adresss ( ^rau Josepha Schmedding, Bürgermeister 
Fischer Str. 4, 86I5O Augsburg/Bayern (0821 j 5I 89 93^ 

Schulzeit 

Im April 10?7 wurde ich in die Gaiid:^schule (Stadt. Volksschule Kr. 70) in 
Klei.nhurg - Dresl.an eingeschult. Die Schuli^ist etwa loo m vor dorn Bingag«5n den 
Sudpark (etwa 100 ha von dem Juden Schottla'nder der Stadt gestirtetj.' 






heute stehende^ gebäude^ neu. Die Schule bostaälbereits bevor, 
I vten V/ilderTianri entworfene Gebäude war /=rerade fertip- 



park: ( 
1927 war das , noch h 

aner das vom Archite vucn v/xi-uui- uet-fuj eriLwor^ ene uena^uae v^ar geraae rertig 
als icVi sur^Soli\ie ßehen rausste. Seine Toch ler Angelica V/ilder-am war 'auch 
ein Mitschüler, u d eine me'ner ersten Lieben. Weitere Mitsc huler und 
Freunde a- die^^ich -lich erinnere, waren Ernst Budwig. Er wohnte etwa 2 - 3oo m 
von mir. V/ar judisch und w?'^derte na-h ColornJen aus, wo ich ihn in Call etwa im 
Jhhr 57 wiedergesehen habe. Von dort waberte er weiter nach hond n. 
Wir waren befreundet^ Andrerer Fre^uid war Herbert Walter, der in der Mansarde 
des Hauses, wo die LiTderaans ihre Wohnung hatten wohnte. In meiner Naivität, 
a^ls er mic- e'ninal bosuchte^fragte ich ihn "Wieviel Zimner habt Hir?" (Wir hatten 



i-irsG aliee, rjacrMdem die 



Blnms auszogoT^, 7 Zimmer , eine grosse Diole, 



"wei grosre Balkone usw.) Darauf antwortete er mir stolz: "Wir haben e^ne gros«3e 
Stube". Andeore Freund war Erich Hintze, Stifterstrasse (verlängerte Akazien 
Allee;. Sein Vater war ÄkHffBxix Fahrer für eine Familie Goldstein. Sie wohnten 
m einer V/ohnung über der Garage. Eine Freundin war Ruth Ludema>^ji. Ich bin heute 
noci: stolz darauf, dass ich zu einer ihrer GebHytstagsf eiern einpeladen war, xmd 
den ersten Preis gewann. Eire Mutter sagte allen Eingeladenen, dass sio soviel 
Parteien aufschreiben sollten wie sie wnssten. Ich won, da i.cVj die längste 
Liste hatie, und der einzicre war, dor den Namen der N.S.D.A.P. richtig ne^nion 
konnte. Andere wusrten nur"Naz- Partei". Ein weiterer KlasFennVamorad war 
em von SchVnoni-Schomi nski (erinnere mich nicht rrenau wie man^len TTarDon buchsta- 
bierte;, der irgend ein En-el oder ahnl'cries von Feldmars^al 1 Blücher wnr 
Weitere Freundin war Marietta Cohn - Berti, die im Nebenhaus wh(onte, und dio'-^ich 
jedes Jalir zn einer Eostumfeier einlud. Ilrir Vater war jSdisch und ihre Mutter eine 
nicht jüdische Italianerin. Sie soll äc^ST>äter unter den Harris se^ r mutig vertial- 
te- haben. Heute lebt sie in London. In meine Parall elklas^re cr^rip: 
Eva Berwin (siehe oben), heute Eva NeisFer^ Vinel and , N.J. Wir's ^nd Frouule 

Ich war in dierer Schule vier Jahre: 1927 - 1931. Von Anti -so-Usiinus habe 
ich nie als etwas gemorvt. Der el-zige Unterschied, an denjic! mich erinnere 
dass wir jüdische^ Kinder anderen Religi o-sunterric'^ t hatten. 
Mein Klasr enlehror vmr^ ein Herr Kirste, den icl|s}\;r liobte. Ich Tnarchterte 
die meiste Taro -^lit i^^^-^ nac^ Ihnuro, denn er wohnte etwas we't-.er als ich von 
der Schule, ^nd nnsste die selben Gtrasren neh^non. Er (und -ein Vater ^ waren 
'v^uollen für alle Fra-e i die mir elTifiehlen. Ich nrite, darr 0)7^ i^n- ^er n1ior 
m{lS^to. Er bear-tworlete aiw> mn^ne Prngon sehr guimntig. 1^?^ war ich für 



p>ei l 



i st, 



en 



eine Operation im Kra.Vonhn.us. Er kam raicli besuchen. Einmal traf ich ihn rait se^i/>r 
Frau in Sybil ) enort (Sol.loss des Ex-Konifrs von Sachsen) , wo ich mit ^eien -^Itorn 
auf einem Ausflu,^ war. Es war evn sehr nettes und freundlicnes Tr^^^ffen, 
Ofensichtrio' war er Vein Anti-semite. Jedoch als die "Machtübernahme " kam stellte 
sich heraus , dass er für Innfre Zeit der N.S.I>lA.p. anrief. ort -atte.Er war mir 



als Ililfslelirer angestellt, und der Rec'^r (oder DLreto^rj der Gaudi./rschmle war 

JtaatsDertei (urs Tu^nglich Deutsche Demokratische 

II ^ ^ ^v • « _ . 



ein Herr Gramatte, der der S ^ - -^-v 

Partei) anghorte. Herr Gram-mtte vn^rde von den Nazis abgeset7/t, und Herr Kirs te nahm 
seinen Platz ein. Das war natürlich nachdem ich bereits im Gymnasium war. 

Meine Eltern beschlossen mich auf das •♦Realgymnasium am. Zwinger " zu schicken. 

Ein sehr gofcsser Teil von jüdischen JuriRen ging zum Johanwi sg^rmnasium, so dass 

dieces dei Spitzna-ien "judanenm^hatte. Erstens w )llten meine Eltern das nicht und 

zweitens wollten sie laicht, dass i.ch e' ne Klassische Erziehung mit Griecliisch usw. 

habe 1 sollte (Latin macht mir ge-iug Schwier i g'-eiten) . Ich war dort für drei Jahre, ix 

d.h. Sexta, Quinta, Quarta. Mein Klassenlehrer war ein Stndieiiat Dr. PieTJder. 

Er hat mich immer genauso wie alle anderen Studenten beajindelt. Jedoch nacn dem 

3o. Januar IO33 (nicht bevor) kam er mit dem Parteiabzeichen angestec^'t znm 

Gymnasium. Auch andere Lehrer behandelten mich immer nett und korrekt. 

Einer Dr. Fleiscimann, war unser Mathematik^Lehrer, war off e-siclitlcih ein 

Reseve Offizier. Unser Lehrer für Franz. war anscheinen ziemlic^h anti-nazi, denn 

er macj.te einen sc^ecrlich lahmen "Deutschen Gruss" wenn er in^di.e Klasse kam. 

V/ir waren etwa 60 in dei- Klas: e, aber i cli kan*>mioh an wenige erinnern. 

Ein PreM!;d von dierer Zeit war han 1 Eugen JoDpich fioHn der Konditorei Jopnich 

am Hofchenplatz. Er liess jeden wissen, dasG er diesen Nazi Kr-om nicht mitmachen 

wollte. Ich vers'-che noch heute herauszufinden was aus ihm wurde. Er hatte u. a. eine 

sehr gute Stimme, Weiterhin e-its 'nne ic h mich, dasiwir ei'en nen netten Junq-en 

hatten, Hayek, der aus der Tschecfioslov\ei kaJi. Ein anderer v/-ar ein gewisser 

Liebrecht ( Ich glaube vch erinnere Tic^h r iclitig an seinen I'Ta'-ien. Er war ein 

kleiner (vor Gestalt) Nazi, und ei.nes Tag"es als wir im Hallenschwimmbad waren 

stiess er mich von hinten in d.^.s kleine Basin im Hallenschwimmbad. 

Ich fiel m5.t meinem rechten Ohr auf din Stei' trepne auf, ut..d es sr<alteteto s i^U 



Dr. Siegmnnd Hadda ( (letzter Chef-Arzt des JTid. 



r^ran :en\in.uses, Breslau nahte es 



zusaairne, und es ist^eute nicht sehr sichtbar, aber manjcann es selien und fühlen. 
Bevor der"Hachtergreif ung" sta^id ein Hitglied des Reichsbaners (SPD) a/^ de^r Ecke 
Vor dem Gymnasium. Ich unterhij^t mich mit ihm. manchninl und als man die "Eiserne JtTJsM^ 
Front" (Versuctn die Nazi abzuwehren bei der SPD und anderen Center Parteie^J) V a.V:t,e. 
kaufte ici: mir das Abzelc.'ien von ihm, die drei Pfeile. Ich trug sie nie 
irjier Schule, ab er|irgend jemand muss es gesehen haben, und eines Tages wurde ich 
von mfeberen Mitsei ulern, die Naz^vwaren angefallen, die versöhte^ mich zu ver- 
prügeln.^ Was mich rettete war das dies in der Kantine stattfand, wo der Hanmeister 
des Gebändes Kdlch verkaufte. Ich war ein guter Kunde. So grifi? er ein, Mud jagte 
die anderen Burrchen weg. 

Einmal stieg ich in die Strassenbaiin ein und stand auf dem P^h»'<rii, wo aucV'r einige 
altere Studenten vom Zwinger standen. Einif^e ädere Schulr ?m en nach der Starssenbahn 
gerannt und grollten etwas , d.h. machte»tarm u^ noch einzus '.eigen. Worauf ein 
gewisser Kerana, einer der Sohne der Masciiinenfabrik Kemna ihnen ""zn^rmef: 
"Rbhe, benehmt Euch nicht^wie Juden". Als ic^h das hörte bot ich-^i^n ihm eine 
hereinzuhauen, wa? ihn m^iisierte, da er bedeutend grosser und älter war, und von 
dann^an waren wir auf etwas fre-uidlicher Bais, d.h. . wir a%sste- un$. Er wohnte 
schra-T gegenüber von uns aiif der Eiohendorf Strasse. 

Ein zieTxLich widerlicher Klas^sen.kamcrad war ein gewisser Wiener, Sohn der Fami Me 
der das Hotel "Goldenen Gans" in Breslau geborte. Sie waren me'nes Wissens getaufte 
Juden, W-1.S er vielle'cht nicht wusste, oder vielle'cht war zn dum^n um zu verstehen 
was er tat. Jedenfalls sc* on bevor 1^33 organisierte er in der Kiis^e seine eigene 
"Hitler Jugend" mit anderen 5 - lo Mitsc! nlern. Vfas aus ihm später wnrde v/eiss ich 
nicht. 



6. 



Obwohl ich als Kind ei^^cs Front •ca-nfer^ ,]och im Zv/inger bleiben konnte wechselte 

c\ih in 1934 auf "Judische Schule am Anger". Das Gebäude steht tfbh heube sov/i o i.cl 

es in ii^rinneruTip: habe. Dagegen die "Neue Syi"ao<^e" ein grosses Statbliches 

Gebäude ist ohne eine Snur verschwunden . Auf ihrem Gebiet sind heute 

zwei oder (le\^i vo-, soztistisch.en Staat Polen gebaute Mietshauser. Die"IIeue 

Synagorre'J^ war nachdem ^m^n sie am 9. Nov. 33 in Brand geslec'rt hatte eine 

Gefahr für das Polizeipresicliuja. Sie vnjrde gesprengt. Die alte orthodoxe 

S.^'7iagoge waijso nahe an Woljnhanser^ dass .ian sir nicht inWand steoWto und si 

heute r!oo;>, Sie wurde kurz,VicL der heuti'^en .iudisclen Gemeinde von der Polnis 

Reg?Crv^^^ "j^^vSck erstattet und wir^ restauriert. 

Die Jüdisciie So^le am Anger war offiziell nur eine Volksscl.me . So nanh eVom 

Jahr dort erhie \t ic; ein Abp-aUigszeugni.s von der Volksschule. Sie hatte jedoch so- 

genoAjite Aufba-j^lasr^en. So als ich 1936 in Klasse B verset^zt wurde war das 

ungefähr wlo Verstet^urir in Untersekxi.nda. Da diAschule judisch war merkte ich 

der oc.'iule selbst wenig von den Nazis usw. Ii\erer warenausgezei cVnet, 

und trots allem waren^wlr noc": im"!er zu rrnte Deutsch^» Ich entsinne mich, dass 

1er Direktor, Dp, Schaff er nach der Abstimmung an der Saar eine Rede hielt, 



e ste* t 
i sehen 



m 




sein, das Schiff, das mit einigen hunder ten deutsch- jüdischen Fluoh tlingen 
in Guba ttn-:am und deren Visas dann von der Cuban^ischen Regierung nicht anerKant 
wurden. Als das Schiff zurück nach Eurona fuhr sol^l sie Selbstmord begagen 
haben. Dr. Schaff er wanderte nach den üSft ans und unterrichtete soater in 
Wasfcv ingt oyj D.C . 

Ende 1935 erzahlte mir e'n Freund in der dentsch-judi^^schen Jugedbev;egung, das^ 

die "Reich svertretujfng der Deutschen Judea" ( (eine von den Naiz der 

Judischen Beöfeerung auf/^wungene Daohorgavf jationj ein Lehrgut anf angeln wurde, 

welches jun^^e l^e ■ te wie mich ausMlden wurde, und dass es einen landv/ir; tscachaft4r4-e'H9 

lic'. en^^ Kursus , einen Seh los r erkursus und einen Tiscjj ler^kursus haben wurde. 

Keine uherlc^nig zu dieser Zeit war die folgende: Es sienl so ai.is als ob 

ici'j auswandern --usste, ahor sicher ist es nicht. Deutschlad ist mein Vaterland, 

und 4iese Naz'probleme wurde^-^ vielleicht nochmals weß:o:ehen^ Schule als solche 

hatte icV^ satt. So wenn ich den Schlosr er'^ursKS ■mitnehmen wür^e, und ich nicht 

ansv7a^;cern musstr wurde er -ir helfen d ielPabril^en meines Vaters mal zu leiten 

V/enwHö ich a.usx>^andern misste war^ es ei'^ Beruf, der -Ao. hoff entl * c'rlernaliren 

wurde. So meldete ich mich und war akzeptiert, und wäre einer der ersten 

Prakti'':anteM die im Hai 1")36 am "Auswandererlehrgut Gross-Dreesen" ankamen. 

Es stellte sich snaier heraus, dass alle Ausbildung in der Ijandv/irts'c' af t war, 

Kurse in der Schmiede und Tirciilcrei nur kurze Kurre v;aren um uns etv/as dieser 

Künste beizubringen. V/ir waren s-^ater 12o Pra'-rti kanten, von denen etwa 3o Iladel 

waren. Wir waren 3 generat C^*^h7^äie erste waderte nach 2 Jahren oder früher 



und 




des Leiters" de» Lelirg-itos, Prof. Dr. Bondy 
er des Psycholgi sehen Instituts der ftjiversi t** t 



besondere Erzi e'riung liantschl i.ch dan 
( G ur t ßo n d y v/ar n Moii den * Kr 1 f g he i t e 



HambLirg) Die meisto-|'er \jberl e'enden s'nd hente noch in Verbi ndun^^r^ ^^id wir s' nd 
heute in den USA, SKiJiajiy^: Australien^ : :<, Deutscl»land, Austra lien, Bras i'ien, 
BoliviAy England^ Scotla:d, Costa Rica U^^Of Israel. ^ "^ 

Urpi^run/^-] j che rMane war^ n , d-^sr- vrir zusamma^:e^n, wahrsc 
iedll^M wuVden. Ans al 



si. 
#• 



e' ^1 ich in Sud-A:'irrka 
l*^-. diese-) wurde nichts, a'^sser dasr etv/a 3o von U';s 



für ein.e Ze' t att?/ Gut in den ^-S^erJ^wj^c 'el- w0.iten. Ic^: gp ort'- 



zu 



^^ 



! ^i: nr 



Grupne, 

M 



t2}f\}^ 



^»•►e.*. ^%i ^^4^ 



eine Elter' 'do-c e- bis 1^3'1 n{rh% an Ausv/^der^ng. Me'n Vn ? r>r snrf,e ^^nn<^ 
-^n^nnrr 3^ /Win^poii i>>i ttiot no Pran ernähren Wn Auslände" Hoine "^.Item m* ' 

lic '^^ Ende A«?5»r;tt 41 aus Deutsch In >->! aus. 



Gi^ck 



v/a'^'-' orten sc» 



ogc- 1 



V* -'1 



?. 



f • 



Sie waren i^hor elf] Jahr in Cuha und 'rameri Feh. 43 nach den UGA. Beide star^-n als 
U.S. Burger, 

Als ich -.och in Grosn Breosen v/ar l^arn der 9. Nov. 1930. Dar'/her liegt ein seoerater 
Beri cht bei. 

Ich verliess das Deutsche Reich a^i 15 . Dezeiaber 1938 zwischen 0600 mir und 

1300 IJlir (12 Studi^en in Bentheim ai^.f der Hojln.ndisch Deutschen Grenze, 

well ich ein uaar neue Sachen mit Tm*r hatte, die '^anmir zu meinem 13. Geburtstag 

geschOn^'ct hatte. ^Mein Vater musrte RM. 342.- anjjl die Golddiscont Ban'c einza^ile'? .' 

Dann durfte ich über die Grenze mit RM 11.- in der Tasche) Dannwar ich bis 

Janafer ].'^4 > im V/erVdorf Wie-ln^erwaard im Wierin,n:ermoer Polder in 

Kordhollf^nd, etwa 4 m unter Aeni Meeress'>ierel . Es war, auo- eine iandwirtschaP t- 

liclie Ausbildugsstatte, die von einem judiscen Pal ist'nanser geleitet wurde. 

Schüler waren z. T^ZioniMei, zu-n Teil nicht. 

Ich wanderte in di.e^üS a-n 5. Feh. 1040 um 173o Ulir ein. tor vier T^ge in N.Y. und 

ging dar:n auf die fTr uns ;:okiMrte Far-n in Mottoway County, State of Virginia. 

Anfang 41 besclf^losGen wir die Farm au^zuls^*on, denn wir waren32 Deutsche,' und 

n;r ein Amerika er, als^> lernten -ein Emrlisch. Ausr^erdem hal.ten e]n).n:e v^^v> uns 

Ijltern Ira Lan:^e, und \mirr Len Bargeld verdienen um diestzu imterstut-en. 

Zwei meiner Fre \''.de und Ich bescU^ossen uns zum Militärdienst -u me^en, der 

davnls nur ein Jahr vmr. Unsere ÜberleguMg war die folgende: \'jQnn es nur 

ein Jahr ist, werden wir (ich ) Englslich lernen, und \m Falle dass die 113^ in 

f'en Krieg eintreten^wol len wir unsere Pflicht tun und besrere A-ierikaner 

werden. 



Militärdienst ; 

Ich trat am 24. Hai 1941 in die US Army ein. (Tag der Versen^-ijng der Birmarck; 

Ich v;ar für etwa drei Jaljre in der Infantrie. Erst i-) der 29th Div. ( die s-ater 

'n iiormandi^am D--dav 1a>Ldeto ) Dann ml nach Pearl Harbor, um V/ashington, D.O. 

zu beschützen. Für e'no Zeit war ich ei::p V/ache vor dem U.S. Cafitol,' mit genam^tM^ 

Platz im Fa"^I< Bines Deutschen Angrlaffes mit Fal lsci>.i rmjäcvern. 

Auch bin ich wahrschei^nlic die einzige Person, die im 2. Weltlfrieg 

in den "Combined Chief of Staff" ( hoVhste allierte Militärbehörde in V/as- ' no-ton, Di). 






,u.i.t einem Ausv/eis als 



• • rs 



•remu i.acner Ausländer 



;i 



Ich wurde erst 
wurde 
eren . 



i ch 



Burger^im Dez. 42. Da ich noch i-mer sehr gut Deutsch snrac}} usw. • 

ausgewa-.lt, -ac^: ein'-^en anderen Pru^unffren um Chinesisch zu studi 

Nac.^: einem Semester an der Universität von Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 
scVvickte ..an mich zum »Llitar- IntelH'^ence Service'als Interon-ator of PV/ (German) 
Ausbildu>)g war ir. Ca-p Ritc^ie, Marylaland. Dort wurde ich am 18. Juni zum (l-'^4) 
Offizier befordert und änderte ^inen Namen, d«t ic . nWWfe gerne in Deutsche 
Gefangenschaft geraten wäre mit De'7tscKe>i. Namen und Deutschen Akkent. 
Ich diente dann mit der 3. US Armv in Frakre'ch, und spater mit der 29th 
Division überschritt ich am 1. Oktober 1944 die deutsch -hdiladische Grenze in der 
anderen Richtung. Icli verfcoite eine Reihe von Deutrehen Kri egsgefanp-enen 
*vLem'^ls jemaden von gr^sier V/ichtirrkeit. Eine.M Bresla-er, und einen Mlitararzt 
aus Ziegenlials/Schi es'en. Am 3o. November l'^44 wurde ich i Inrwiller. Elsass 



verwundet und ^cehrtc 



na»;... 



den US zurück. 



Wiederhergestellt im Juni 1Q46 wurde ich dem "Enimy Prisoner of War Information 
Bureau" zugestel^lt , eixT^nem Bureau das unter der Genfer Co vention 
arbeitete. Dort muspie ich Listen von Pvrief--srefanr-enen unterscl.re ' ben, die 
in Gefangensc;:aft gestorbeii waren. (Ofif/eil sie vergäll ien Alkohol getru-' en 
hatten), und ich war unoffiziell C.ef der Deutschen Angestel^ 1 ten, "d.h . wir 
die Hilfe von etwa 3oo Deutsc ;en Kriesge^argenen, die mit u>^s"arhei testen. 
Ich war der e -nzige A-erika-er ^ vX d^* erlern Bureau, der Deutscii snrach .'^Aij or,i ,-.,,.5 
hatten wir ei .i-e ^vrier-rr-e ^ar -ene, die besserer EnglsjTch als 'c-. sprac^-en. 
Am 2. A'^ril 1/^A^ wur''^^ ich G"Hor.l t. i.R. ' 



a!. 



en 



i'Io'ne $erUflic-.-e ■".-rrieTr i.iot s<ferate hei. 



Ic • abo Jeden Oll' 3 



o 



fp»-1 



r< ' <;•» n ,■ 1 



■-". Deutreh g^esnr^/^c"! e '■ 



i 



I. 



'■eutrc^en 



€, 



verkelirt. 

loh ho.be drei üentr-clie PVeunde mit rle7ie.n loh in stä'nfM rer Verbi>idnnP' bin. 

Ein Entwifj)^! 'i/?;R'iei fer den ich von Sonali a her ''OVjne, der jetzt in der "iali^ von 

Fran'.furt ]obt, ei^i lT]p;inenAni t dem ' cIj in Eduador zusa^x^en arbeitete, 

der jetzt mit der V/el^)ank isl, und ein frühere VP der Lufthansa für Afr;iVa, 

der in Johann ij?burr lebt, "v- den loh vo^^ den IIS kenne, 

E? gelang ir irj Sorriai j a , eine enre Zn^jarrimpnarWeit zwischen de^i landwir 1 sc^af t- 
iicnen Griuv^en der iJeutrchen nnd Amen kam sehen EntwTckJ un.fTrhilf e her^^iisTe 1. 1 en. 

Ich habe in verscniedenon anderen Landern ^n t Deirtpcrien EnlwicklTiln^js^helf ern 

z IT s amrrien g ear b e i t e t . 

Eine Lirer Fraget' ist wie icLi nioh als Deutscher, Schlecier, Preusre, Jude 

gefuiilt habe. 

Ich hoffe ich ha^e das alles sc on beantwortet. Jedoch noch' als. 

Bevor 33 fül^lte ic mici^ als patriotischer Deutscher unini'^'ht anderes. 

ich v;a:' ein gojrsrer '.okalpalri ot . Mitte iinmer :in "Heimatkunde'* : Sehr f^ut. 

Ich wurde als Preusse in der JtÄox V/eiinare}3b'[j^lik geboren. Mein Kinde '•ausv;eis 

( Kinderpass} zei.rt Staatsangehörigkeit : Preusse, später uberster-^pel t tt> * t Deutsches 

Reich. 

Ich war ^rjir iTrmior bev/KSst das ich judisch bin, aber das hiess für mich nie, 

dasr. ich nich als /-:nler Dentsc: er a^f d'e V/e1 t '^am.. Als Junr'e war ic h Ilitn-liod 

des Verei.ns fnr das Deutsclitura im Ausland. Hein Vnter war Mitglied des 

'"\e i clistnind JudisoKer Frontsoldaten e.^." Er war auch Mit,rriied des Vors La^ides 

des Regatta Verei.ns , Breslau, und im Vorstand des Schlesionen Textilverbnades. 

Sonst waren Heine Eltern Kitglled in der Heinrich Graetz Loge , eine Loge die 

der weltweiten B'nai Örfth angehört, also jüdisch ist. 

Mein Vater v^ar x-iitglied der "Ges].lschaft '^er Freunde e.V. " in Breslau. Genau 

was diese täte: v/eiss ich nicht mehr. Ich weiss nur noch, 



Er Jiebfi 



dass ich ein^inal in dem 
Saale dieses Vereins v;ar, wo ick ^it ei^nigen Freunden (judisch j, die älter waren 
ich diskutierte bk sie sie-: freiwillig zum Militärdienst ^ed^en sollten. Das vmr 
kurz nachdevÄ das** Gesetz zur allgem.einen Wehrpflicht" vo?i den ITazi verabschiedet 
wurde. Juden waren zuerst in der "Ersat^reserve II", später "wehrunwurdig". 

Meine Familie war jüdisch , aber nicht selir orthdox. Meine Grossmutter, die 
V/itwe ei.nes Rabi':ers w'3r g^.b auf einen "kosher" Haushalt zu haben, als es 
x^8. Welt rieg schwierig wurde. Mein Vater hat wohl nie ''kosher" gegossen 
Ra'u ch e rcXal , wi t-, i ch • 
Meine Mutter zündete Lichter am Freitag Abend, und der T*Lsch war mehr festlC^V 
/ edockt. Wir hielten den Seder Abend mit dem (abgekui^.enj Lesen der*Hada4i;a\i#^ 
An den hohen Feierta.^'en gingen meine Eltern in die Weu.e Sy agoge. 
Mein Vater hatteleinen Platz hinter ei_ner dicken säule, wo er gut schlafen VCöiK^^e. 
Ich', ging manchmal. Mein Onkel Er!]st ging in die orthodo:xe "Storch" i'ynagoge. 
Ich nehme an, weil a,ls mei -m^rossvalrr starb und mein Vater im Felde war, er den 
Platz :;ie'nes Grosrvaters übernahm. Als dann mein Vater vo ■■! Kriph, zurück kam. mu, 
e r B i. ch e i ri e n an d e r e n s uc h e n . 

Meine Mutter war tatig in der^Paula Jllendorf Haushai tungsschule und Am Beate 
Gutt'-ann PxCim* ( ich rl-'nbo für alte leute). 

Sie war anc riit'jn7\ed der Fraue'iliga für Friede i und HenEchjjf'eciite. Das 
Result v/ar, dass ich als Junge niemals eine Soe^lnistole , aben durfte. 



al s 



I P; c 



ie 



Auf die Gefahr dass ich mic. • wiederl^ole mo'chte ich Ihnen nonh-mals genauer 

Ihre Fragen bea^tv^orten. 

Was für ei_ne Stadt^ Breslan war ? Das können Sie wahrsc' e* ni i ch bessf^r aus Bnc^icrn 

und von anderen früh'-ren Bres'anern erfahren. Auc\\ Herr van Rahden ist i:ente 

besser \}ber Bedingungen in Breslan informiert alä wahrscheinlich alle frü-eren 

Dreslauer . 

Für mich war es "'e-^^e Hei^rit u>->d ich betraci tete es p.l s Grosnstadt. 

Naturlich nicüit so gross vnhe N.Y. oder Tokio , oder S. Pa-^ifl^od'^^- Mexico 

USV7 . heTite^ Sov;o * V i cii weiss wnr >^evol erunswe i se, die zweii*^ Stnlt in 
Preussen und ackte in Deutschen Reich (vor 38 )^ 



9. 



Es hatte Oper, Theaters, Museums, Universität. Einen z-emlich liberalen 
otadtrat (bevor 33) Viela Zeitungen. Sicher war es nicht rehr so wichtig wie 
vor dorn ersten WellVHe^cr, denn rlie Wledererstehunpr Polens hat wohl viel ' 

Hinterland» abgeschnitten. Das war aber alles vor meiner Geburt. Ich lielto die 
vielen alten Kirclien und andere historisoJe Platze u-d war arnner , bis heute 
serir an der Geso:;ichte Breslau's interessiert,. So auch viel 1,01 n er Freunde ! die 
aus Breslau koirunen und zur Auswanderung gezwungen wurden. 

Die judische Bevölkerung, d.h. confessionelle Juden (nicht retaufte Nicht-Arier) 
waren zu meiner Zeit, d.h. vor der "Machtergreifung" Feinahe 25 000 aus etwa 
ö^o 000 Bevölkerung, d.h. etwa 4-S. In der früheren Ver-ange?wheit soll 
der Prozentsatz bis 8/0 gewesen sein. Unter den Broslauer Juden gab es eine gute 
Anzara die berühmt wurden, manche noch in Deutschland, und andere Übersee " 
Wenn oie es nicht hahen, empfehle ich Umen sehr sich den Katalog ( und 
Ich gliiube es gibt auch ein Buch , aber ic'i weiss nicht ob in Deutsch oder nur 
m Polnisch; der Ausstel ung "Breslauer Juden I85O - 1945" Mag. Maciej Lagiewski. 
Wenn Sie es mtcht haben, wenden Sie sich ariprof. Dr. Josef i Joachim Menzel 
Universität Maini oder Historische Komission für Schlesien. 
Sie wissen das alles sicher besper als ich. 

Es war mir sehr interessant, als ich in den sechziger Joiiren mal/^ in 
Pran-furt/M war, san Ich dor t eine Ausstellung "22 von 66", die zeirte. dass 
y^'^/^^ußÄ^''^'^ «iskMii Nobel Preisträgern 22 von Schlesien und anderen Teilen 
im Ostisn. Der Interessante Teil diese» Ausstellung war rT3Vkich , dass von 
diesen 22 ungefähr die Hälfte unter Arier^Sragraiv en des DK 
keine Deutschen gewesen wären. Das wurde allerdings in ( 
erwähnt . 



.tten Reiches 
der Austellunr^ n^cht 



Ich wanderte a- I5. Dez. 193B aus, nachdem ich vom 10. Nov bis 5. Dez. verhaftet 

und im Kz. Buchenwald war. Freunde in Holland besorgten mir, und anderen 

Kameraden vom Auswandererlehrgut die Einreise räch Hollad, und einen Platz 

im Werkdorp Wieringerwaard in Norholland . 

Ende 1939 erhielt ich ein "resident visa" für die USA unter "Agric:^ural prefe- 

rence quota. Das wäre eine Bestimmung des Einwan derungsgesetz^.der US« zi^ieser 

Zeit wo man "Agric^.tural Preference" bekommen komte, wenn man einen la/ndwirt- 

scha^ftlichen Besitz in den USA hatte. Wir hatten natSrii<^alle kein Geld und noch 

weniger Devisen. Jedoch ein reicher heBr William B. Thalheimer, der etwas für die 

Hitler i'luchtlinre tun wollte und in einer Weise, dass sie nicht in New York 

hangen bleiben würden, kaufte eine Farm in Nottoway County, Virginia 

Dann beka^men wir (nur die Manner. Das Gesetz galt nicht für Frauen) eine 

Aktie «on der Firma der diese Farm gehorte. Sie war nSthts wert aber 

erfüllte die Bedingungen des Gesetzes. Herr Thalheimer war Eigentumer eines 

grossen Warenhauses in Richmond, Virgini^a ähnlich wie KdW or Wstadt in 

Deutschland. Sein Vater war eingewandert und hort^ass man in Pittsburp- 

P^ J^^_,f^^^l^^^^^^^^.^^^eit finden konnte. Sein Englisch war aber so schlecht, dass 

er m Peterbm^g, Virginia landete. Diese ütadt ist nur Ä paar Kilometers von 

nicnmond. 

Wie vorher beschrieben, war ich^etwas über ein Jahr auf dieser Farm. Andere waren 
fr, her gekomme n un warei-Jdort laiiger. Englisch lernte ich in der QS.Armr. Dank 

"!^Hr.f"nfp*'-"' '^' ^^"^ "f." '°^ -5^*^* ' diesenHonat, 56 jlhr^ira 

oolde der UÄ Regier-mg und habe fnr Jahre U.S. private undtfizielle Interesren 

in vielen lindern vertreten.Mein Deutscher Akkent hat miV dabei niemals geschadet 

Wie gesagt habe xch auch mit Deutschen Kollegon zus^^en ^.earbeitet, in finden ^^ix« 

len wie der "Chef der Gemuseba,;grup-e in Sri lafafcÄ", sprachen raein^ ^ 

waren ''°-^^''S°" ^''^ ^^°'^^^ohes Deutsch, da sie anscheinend Volksdeutsche 

?r"tn!f Siif""''^*'*' ^n^f^'■''; ™''" ^^" ^•^°' ^^ ^^ronom- von der Universität 
im otaat DelXaware i;nd IO51 em Doktor in Philosophie in "::.oil Gr^ience" fPo'len- 
kunde; von Rutger Universi.at, die Univers' tal des Staates New Jers 



Beilage für meine sonstigen Ar^'-e-ten) 



ey (Si ehe 



lo. 



Mein otudinm war faj?t yollifr financiert von der U.3. gegiermi^ under P.L 346 
(Sogenannte "G.I. Bill) und P.L. 16 ( für Militär mit Yerwimdunfren oder 
ähnle ih) 

KontaVt mit De^ilpchland . : V/ie solion /resa^gt verliess ich das Gross Deut- 
sche Reich am 15. Dez. 1933, nachde^ ich in Buchenwald unterschrieben he<bte, dass 
ich nie wieder nach Deutrchland zuruGkkeV)ren wurde. Jedoch am 1. Oktober 
1944 überschritt ich die Grenze in der anderen Richtung, in der Nahe von Ileerlen, 
Prov3Jlmob r^i1tff^ffl^mft11tfT ^ ti 9 ^ Ha?trich traf ich einige Deutsche Juden,die 
in diesen Orten in liinterzi^mern und Mansarden versteckt waren, und da-lurch ubeer- 
lebten. Mein "Prisoner of War Interrofration Team" ( Nr. 14; bestand aus 5 leuten. 
Drei, einr.ohl iessiich mir in Deutsc land geboren, einer aus V/ien, und ein 
gobr^ener A^iorikaner aus Hartford, Connecticut. Da wir evtl. nachts arbeiten und 
schreiben -^nusslen durfte?^ wir eines der Häuser besetzen, w^s im allgemeinen zu dieser 
Zeit nicht erlaubt war. Im Anfang hatte die U.^. Array "lion-fraternization'» BestirT^mungei 
Die Familie ,^die in den Hause wo\nto war n:^ch da, und da das Haus ziiemlicV gross 
war wohnten sie auf einer Seite uniwir benutzten die andere. Beziehungen vraren 
höflich und korrkt. Nach ein paar Tagea luden sie uns zum essen ein. 
Da wir alle gerne Gc! warzbrot es; e>i wollten , beauftragten wir denlokelen Bac-er 
und ein scliv/arzes Brot zu bac 'en, was er auci: gerne tat. Es war aber mit den Krleger- 
satzmi.tteln gemaciit und so sauer, dass wir es nicht essen konnteu Wir truge»-^ es 
mit uns auf dem ileen und nach ein paar Tagen war es so hart, dass mari jemanden dai*kit 
erschlage^ konnte. 

Die meisten Kriegsgefangenen, die ich verhörte waren "cooperative", nitht sehr 
feiivdseeling eingestellt, und anscheinend froh, dass der Krieg für sie zu Ende 
war und dass sie in Amerikanische Gef^enschaft gerate« waren, nicht in nndere. 
Im allgemeinen bakam ich Veine K'lagenvon den Krie,f-:sgfanrenen. Jedoch an e_^inem 
Tage beschwerte sich ein junger Pall scVjr^rajäger über den I-^agel an Nalirui^g , wahrend 
am selben Tag r:iir ein Zahlmeister er^Larte, dass er bei uns endl^ic: mal 
ein richti^^es Essen beVcomme n hatte. (^Es bestand meistens aus Konserven mit irgend- 
einem Fleisch und Gem'7sej 

Wir waren im nordlo^hsto v^ '^ i 1 der Merikanisch en Front, d.h. erst 1. U.^. Ariny, 
dann 9. U.S. Array. Anfang November wurden wir zur 7. U.S. Arrny, looth Infantrie 
*-f -.-...-/ j_ ^^, . ^j. ... ^ u... u . ^-v^x t^ , »rv .1. «.^ Kji.^..<jLi >^^K-,»ji.>,r,Of wuPut; xuii '..'.w^ J^ • i'juv. x'/^4 x.fi .Lnpwel.Ler 
im Elsass, verwundet und war im Marz^'^ieder in den USA. 



Meine allgemeine Haltung in Bezug auf Deutsche ist dies: Menschen, die etwa alter 




aber da sie die Partei unterstutzen unterschrie J^en sie natürlich a*bh deren 
Anti-sernitismus. Leute, die am Kriegsende, wie einige l^einer ^reunde gerade 
alt genug ware^n um zu verstehen war passiert i?t, ^ber selbst nichts getaühaben, 
und die die junger sind, sind naturlich unschuldig. Nun gibt es auch heute 
noch in der Bundesrepublik Anti-se :iten und Premden^hasserboWolieb gibt es 
überall, bloss das sie in Deutschland mal die Regierung wahren. 

Wie ich oben anzeigte über meine Lehrer und auch in mei%m Bericht über Buchenwald, 
nicht alle Nazis waren persÖnl^ich^inti-semiten. Viele Menschen von donerJicht nr 
wenige \{enne fTinr;Qn weiter und v/aren anti-nazis, obwohl das für sie gefahrl^ich war, 
wenn sij? auch n'vt ein falsc es Wortchen fallen liesren. Meine Schulkamerad in 
Ruth Luderjann, waro beinahe mit der "^^oten Kapelle" aufgeflogen, In Hinblick auf 
ihren SPD Vater hatte ich nichtr anderes erwartet. Die Kutter meiner angeheira- 
teten Tante in Nürnberg nahm ilire jüngste Tochter , stieg in die Eisenbah- ein 
und kzauhtsxDixx fu';r von Nürnberg nach Bres\ooA cvvc^ \Ra\nen Eltern, die ja >i%CV\t 
mJöhr Vervrandschart waren Essen , einsc hlieslich 3 gross Eier zu brin^•e^^ zu einer 



Zeit als für Juden in Breslau Le'^ensmlttel sc'O- sehr kn.^ 



pp 



waren. 



In Venezuela hatte ich eine;i deutsof en Mitarbeiter, Dr. Egbert Petrus von Sohut- 
Schomburgk. Er versicherte -lir, und ich glaube ihm, dass er nienials wusste das 
man Juden mishandelt hat, bis er mit seinen eigenen Augen iÄx2xx> als Offizier 
der Wehrmacht saV^ wie ein paar Soldaten einen alten Juden inishahdelten.Ou 9,\ ^) 
Auf der anderen Seite hatte ich eine Assi/stentin im J^boratorium, ^ ^ 

m^ iSi§rf2gfi^i?i^^j{läi ii?^^"i)?^^GäsL^^gi^g?^5g{lL^g^^irS^^^ ^""^^ 

war offentsichtl ich nie ein A;iti-se\Aite und mein Nachbar hier in'costa Rica, 

der aus Düsseldorf ^oniTt, scheint es auch nie f^ewe^^m zu seinl^BEÄJixiahxiacÄÄiRr 

Äaak(i«nxen::wardexÄiaKd«fl;;2Lir>;w3kl>.n3i2hxBini^xxBiR±i^^^ Ein inj^tererranler Fal 1 Jf 

war Dr. Hans Quentin, der vor etwa 3 Jahren in Kassel als Pastor im Ruliestand 

verstoVotrheM ist. Er war ein enrrer |iKr5^a?:?x unseres Directo^rs , Prof. Dr. 

Curt Bondy im*> Judischen Aus w«x-V\.der er lehrgut Gross BreesenV Er^mr mit uns von 

etwa Mtte 36 bis Eäärx Kitte 103^^. Er hatte Jura studiert aber beschloss 

das es kein Recht mehr in Deutschland gebe. Er war Mtglied des N.S. Jur vs\&MbundGS • 

So wechserte er auf Theologi»«» Wahrend des Krieges med)j*ete er sich freivonii^ 

zum Kilitardients, da er wie viele, die zwar Voine IlaziWaren fühlten sie n'isrton 

Deutschland verteidi-en. währe-d der Zeit die er in Gross Breesen verbrachte 

ging er jeden Monat einen Tap nach Breslau. Der Grund war, dass an d'esem Tage 

wir einen Bericht an\lie Beliorden schickten mit ei.ner Liste vvon allen 

Leuten die auf dem Gut lebten und arbeiteten. 

Herr Hermann von Freeden, Leiter des Auswanderungsamtes des Ausv/artlgen A-ntes, 

versteo':te unseren Finanzreferenten Fritz Schwarzschild in seiMom Bueau 

U'id erlaubte ihm ein Teleplione der Regierung zu benntzen, wahrend der "Heichs- 

Krtetallncfeiit". \Jenn ich langer nach den ■:e\finde ich wahrscheinlich noch andere. 

Meine perso*nliche politische Erinnerung fangt mit dem Tode von Gustav 
Stresemann in 1929 an. AUerdin^-s wusri.e ich damals nicht genau ob Streseman-Vv 
gestorben war oder Hindenburg. Aber fand das sehr bald heraus. 

Ich mi^'hto Einen noc i e in^'we-i teren Film empfehlen , der auf Video in den 
US erhältlic\ ist. Vi^ÄÄ "Reunion" Fries Home Video, 6922 Holl.yrvood Blvd. 
Holl.wood,^CA 90028. Es ist die GescV^ii^e eines "Executive " in N.Y. der nach 
-- ^ ■ " -- ^-^.-w ... s- .^^* .. . .. „.u,.iu , Kj OU.O oy<xL o ^. uruö \K«:ir 1/ Uiu xierauszui laaen was aus 
einige.: seiner Sc'.Mf ramerade;; vmrdo. Er ist jüdisch\Sein Vater ein beliebter /Irzt, 
ein Frontkämpfer. Er befreundet si.c. im Gy^nnaslium mit einem Gra-*' en, Sohn 
eines Deutschen Dinlomaten, der nie in einer Deutschen Schule war. Schliesrlich 
werden sie durch die Nazi^ ansei -ander getrieben. Der Graf stellt sich heraus wurde 
nach de-. Attentat auf Hitler hinger i.chtet. Ich f ^- nde den Film sehr gut und sehr 
wakf ausser einigen kleinen Fehlern [ Hauptfehler, d«tss Deutsch Juden, die 
so deutsch fühlten wie dieser Arzt, nicii-ild Hiren Sohn so zeitig nach Amerika 
geschickt hatten wie die Eltern in diesem Film) 



Es tut iiLir leid, dass dieser Brief ziemlich unorganisiert ist. Ich schrieb wie 

es ^riir in den Sinn ':am, und Ich habe nicht die Energie es im Moment in bosrere 

Form zu bringen. ^^Ich hoffe es kommt noch si a -, dass es Ihnen etwas hilft. 

In jedem Falle wurde ich gerne die Resultate Ihres Projektes wissen. 

Wenn Sie irgendwelche spezielle Frage- haben, bitte lassen Sie es mich wis-en. 

Ich werde versnch,en Ihnen schnell z^ autworten. 

Es war e'rie zie..0.^ic'.e Arbeit all das hier zu ti -nen, aber es h-t mir ^r^t retan 
so »Aancho Sachen z- Panier zn bringen. ' 



Mi r. b e r t em G r ii s s , 



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12. 



P.S. Wie ich Umen arizeigte und wie Sie es ohne Zweifel gemrl-ct haben ,habe 
ich diesen Brief geschrieben so wieViir Gedanken auf Ihre Fragen in den 
Kopf kamen. Also keine Ora^sation oder Struktur. So kamen mir bevor ich dieses 
absende noch einige Gedanken, die vielleicht etwas Interesse haben: 

I.Ich bin befremdet, wenn ich Formulare der Bundesrepublik be'romme, die 

mSyii fragen wie gut mein Jiddisch war, oder das meiner Familie. 

Ich habe das erste Wal in meinem Leben Jiddisch von einer Radio Station 

in Philadelphia gehört. Alle meine Familie und Verwandten sprachen 

ausschliesslich hochdeutsch. Das selbe ist der Fall für äl/e meine Frei,inde, 

ausser, dass einige vielleicht etwas Dialket sprachen, besonders diese die 

<Kus Bayern und Wurtemberg kamen. Auch ein Vetter aui^Koln, ?irach etwas 

ko'lnisch. Einer meiner Onkels aus Halle/Saale sächselte etwas. Ich glaube, dass 

ich immer ein zierlich reines hochdeutsch gesprochen habe, ausser viÄleicht, 

dass ich als Schlesier in Breslai , "nee "anstatt "nein" sagte und "Luge" anstatt 

Pfütze" Letzteres ist nattirlich Polnischen Urprtmges. 

So hatte auch Broslau-Kleinburg, ^wo wir wohnten nichts mit eine kleinen 

Burg ZTi tun, sonder (dem oben erv:ah)tn*ten Herrn Kirste nach) kam von dem 

polnischen V/ort "Borek" ( oder ähnlich), was ein kleiner Wald sein sollte. 

Die Firma "Neustadt (V. IJeuraann " wie oben s 
und meinem Onkel geleitet. Ihr Vater hatte 

Vor denY. Weltkrieg ginp es der Firma anscVf^.end sehr gut. Auch wahrrend der 
Weimar Kpublik ging ed^ler Firma recht gut. Als die Witwirt Schaftskrise 
Deutschalnd angriff hatte sie Verluste, aber uberlnte gut. Mein Vater erzahlte 
mir mal , dass sie bis zu sieben verschiedene Betriebe hatten, davon wohl 
eiiiige in Gef rijpigni ssen. Zu meinen Lebenszeiten hatte die Firma den Haupt- 
betrieb in Wunsch.elburg an der Heusclieuer, einen anderen Betrieb 
in Gtrehjiifen/Schl esien, wo sie in einem gemi beteten Gebausde arbeitete, das 
sie mit dem Winterq^jartier des Zirkus "Sarasani" teilte. Als ich junger war 
hatte sie auch einen Gefangnisbetrieb in Wohl au/Schlesien, den sie aber 
pater aufgab. Zentrale und Lager war in Breslau, Tauentzienstr. 4 , v/o die 



öV^erwäht^j wurde von meinem Vater f/j^t-vl 
sir in den Gründer Jahren gegründet. ' 



Fir 



nici aas 



una ;), 



jjas (ieDaiiae 



frfyiorxe aer i?': 
lleijr^zibV^r-V:«'- 



irma. 



►^toc.<werK: naxte. 
Mieter v/aren eine Filmgesellschaft Parufamet "und'El^ 

Bergmann? Im Erdgeschoss waren die Austellimgraume, der Auom.obil Firma 
"Adler", die heute nicht mehr besteht. (Das Gebäude steht noch heilte. 
Allej:'dinp:r , die grossen Fenster der Austellungralime sind niclit mehr da« 7 
Tradtio '^r.aweise bekami die Firma 2/5 der nach Sc^ilesien entj^ifall enden 
Auftrage der Reichswehr. Wann das genau nach der*Machtubernahme aufborte vreiss 
ich nicht mehr, aber in den ersten Jahren der Nazi Periode bekam sie n>ch die- 
se Auftrage. In Anfang der Nazi Periode lieferte sie mindestens 
2o 000 ?aare von Socken an die S.A. Allerdings nicht direkt . Ein guter Nazi 
bekam den Auftrag von der S.A. und konnte dann keine 'Quelle finden u'-^sser 
der Firma N ^. N. Die Firmdhatte auch betrachtliche Exporte nach 
Holland und Schweden. Die schliefen allerdings unter den Nazis ziemlich 
schnell ein, da das Ausland uns als eine deutsche Firma boykotierte^. 
So gesc; aftlich hatle mein Vater ujnd Onkel bis etvm 193^ nicht zu vial-^lfleiden. 
Dann kam der Dr-jck für "Arisierung" und dÖ^ Firmajmusstp das Geschaffhaus 
in Breslau and die Firma 4711 verkaufen, wobei der sogenaiTte "Einheitswert" 
nicht der "I-lar^:tv7ert" massgebend waren». Die Fabrik usw . v/urde Anfang 
193^ unter Zwang an eine Konkurrenzfirma verkauft. Der Konlmrrent, m ^ t dem 
mein Vater befre-Tidet war, v;ollto es für seinen Sohn, der dan im Feldzug 
in Polen fiel. 

Der grosrte Teil des Geldes vras für das Gobande i'^ Bresla" und die Fabr*i\iTV>n 
bezahlt wurde, wurde nat'/r'i'h als ReichsflMoh tsteuer, Rcparnt uren f^^r die 
Schauen der Ri.chsi^rri stn"!lnacht''*usw. beschlagnahmt und von der N.G. Regiernrig 



eingezogen. 



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3. Ich wandorte aus mehero Monate bevor Juden im Deutschen Reich einen 
"Judenstern '* tragen rnussten. So ich wie viele meiner jüdischen Freunde p:ahen 
den Nazis ein Problem. Niemand sah so aus, wie der "Sturiror" Juden skizr:ierte, 
aber ein sehr hoher Prozentsatz deutscher Juden unterschillefc si ch im 
äusseren absolut nicht von der Bevölkerung im allge einen, \lenn Leute nicht 
aus anderen Gründen wusnten, dass ich jüdisch war wurde ich niemals angepöbelt 
usw. In raeierrm Falle sah* so zie^l^ich /genauso aus wie der"Iiitl erjunge 

Quex" in einem Nazi Propaprandaf Lim. Nachdem dieser Film lief gaben *iir einige 
Leute sogar diesen Snitzna^nen , aber gluclcli oV ei-weije schlief das sehr sc'inell 
ein. Genauste meine Eltern. Mein Vater zu meinon Lebzeiten ro.sierte 
immer seinen Kopf, als ob er noch im ililitär wäre. So man konnteliicht 
genau^ sehen was seine Haarfarbe eigentlich war. Ich fand jedoch elnnüil ein 
altes Bild mit einem etwa 16 jahrigen sehr blonden Jungen nui* einem Ausflug. 
Als ic}. meinen Vater fragte wer das wäre sajte er: " Das bin I^ch". Meine 
Mutter sah genau^so aus wie die Nazis die ideale deutsche Frau beschrieben. 
Sie vrar natürlich hellblond, hatte blaue Augen (mein Vater auch, ich nicht) 
und bis etwa 192B lange blonde Zopfe. Ihre Figur war entsprechend. 
Auf iperien passierte es manchmal, dass irgendein anderer Herr, ein Feriengast 
Ihr den Hof macken wollte, und irgendwie eine Bemerkung über die Juden machte. 
Dann eagto meine Mutter/'Interessiert Sie das ? Ich bi.^n nähml i ch Judin" 
Das brachte dann meist eine Reihe -von Entschuldigugen, dass sie naturlich 
nichts gegen die Juden hätten. 

4. In der selben Strassenbahn '.it der ich zum Gymncasium fuiir, fuhren auch 
mancViraal einige höhere Polizei Offiziere. Mit eii^2^ dieser Herren hatte ich mich 
etwas angfreundet und wir gimssten uns immer und unterhiljg^ten uns auch öfters. 
Einige Monate nach der "Machtergreifung" traf ich ihr^i^3er, worauf er m'ch fragte: 
"Hast Du auch das Hakenkreuz kraft ige gefeiert ?" Was ich mit einem 
Ächllendem: '^Nein" beantwortete. Ob und wieviel wir danch nochmitenader 

geredet haben erinnere ich mich nickn 



5. loh glaube es war 193-, odei* vi eileicht sc};on 1931, in j.£clgm Falle vor 

der ."Machtübernahme", a.lsjin mele^im Hause zwei junge leut^e^l^sie waren ^ ^ctU»e,iA 

vielleicht 6-8 Jahre alter al^.ch) und keilten mtÄh für den** Bund der 

Kameraden\ Die "KameradexM vraren Teil der deutsch- judischen Jugendbewegung. 

Da sie^eiitnen guten Namen hatten und politisch nicht extreme waren, hatten meine 

Eltern nichts dagegen. Einer der jungen Leibte war Georg Hadda, Sohn des 

vorraalsj^enannten Dr. Siegmund Hadda, der seine eigen Gruppe gri^Sen wollte, 

(^er selbst wurde spater Arzt und verstarb vor eitvigen Jahren in New Yorkj 

und der andere^war Gunter Holzmann, der darr^s e\.ne grossere Gruppe leitete und 

später Bundesfuhrer des "Schv/arzen Fahnlein" war ^Er ist einige acazig Jahre 

TJat, lebt in St. Cruz, Bolivia , Casilla 391. Er schrieb kurlich seine 

Erinnerungei , die in f^razosisch und spanisch zu haben sind.) 

Zu der 2eit da^'.ch in die "Kameraden" eintrat waren sie fast am auf losen. 

Wenig spater teilten sie sich in die "Werkleute" eine betont zionistische 

GrupT)e, eine sozialistische Gruprte und in das "Schwarze Fahnlein", das sich 

zuerst ein Waldnfadfinderbund nannte, und spater eine JugenRschafti 

Ich gehört e dem "Schwarzen Fahnlen" an, und wir waren a») Anfag noch ibe 

sehr deutsche Patrioten, und verbrauchten viel Energie in dem Versuch Nazi*i 

davon zu überzeugen v:as für gute Deutsche wir waren. Wir unterhie'ten auch 

Verbindungen mit noch bestehenden Teilen der allgemeieDn Deutrehen Jugend- 

bewegunpr wie die "Jungenschaft DJ 1.11.^ V/ir imitierten viel was die 'letztere 

Gruppe tat. Die all.n-emeine Juc-ondbewe UTig w^rde von der|rTazii entweder auffiel osst 

oder 5p?tcr in (]ie H.J. zwanrveise einverlfrbt. Dar "Sc iwarr^e Fahnlein" sroJ tete 

*i^ch dann^auch inne^'lich u>^d e'n Teil, unter deT>i Namen"Blfiue Sckr" der ich 

auch anrhorte wurde nitgVi.od des "Bundes deMtsc'-. -judisc^^er Jugend" 

(Der BundosfuJirer dieser Gr^v^^e, Dr. Heinz Xcllnrmann, ist auch ein* ge 

achzTg Ja]nrp.un'^ lo>>t lip^ute in Chnvy Chase Mn.rvland ^0^1^, ^100 Co'^nooH- 
cut Ave. ^r ist ans Berl'n. ' '' v>L..n ,.i, i 



••f. 



War w&rend und nach dem 2. Weltkrieg im U.S. Department oT State, wo er 
u.a. auch in der Deutsche Abteilung arbeitete) Das genaue DatuH weis^ch 
im Moment n^tht aber etwa 1935 wurden alle Jugendverbände verboten. ^ 
Einmal es war bereits under der N.S Regierung, aber noch zix^Wicl« am 
Antang hatten wir eine Zusara.mon'TOnff irgendwo im freind Feld, ausserhalb» 
von Breslau. Wir pflanzten unsere Fahne mit einem grossen Sohlesiao'ien 
Adler, die an einen, Speer befestigt war. In der ttmgfung waren eJ^f^ 
ti.J. Griippen, die ungefaVp- das s%be taten. Als sie uns benS-kten, 'schlössen 
sie sich zusaiimen und griffen uns m. Obwohl sie wohl 5 bis 6 mai'^ei^^^t o hatten 
<connten wir uns verteidigen und zogen mit Fahne erfälgreich ab. d.h. wir 
entramen ilinen ohne grosren Seiften. Wir waren aber noch so naiv, dass 
wir dann zumPolizeirevier auf der Kurfurstenstrasse gi*ngen um davon zu 
berichten. Die Pol'zei war nicht sehr interessiert und froh wenn wir we-^gingen. 
6._S?aras Torah CPreudenfestjder Tora, d.h. des Alten Testaments; ist ein jüdischer 
Feiertag an dem nach einigen Gebeten usw. die Torahs der bynagoge herumgetrar^en 
werden. Nachten Herren ,die die Torahs tragen kame^n dann die Kinder, die zum " 
grossen Teil Fahnen trugen. In der* Neuen S.ynago/^e und ich nehme an in 
anderen waren es keine judischen Fahnen sonder die Reichsflagge iScharz Rot, 
Gold. Das horte naturlich auf, nachde- die Reichsflagge Schwarz , Weiss. Kot. 
wurde ' 

7. Noch emirre Adresren, die ich glaube ich IhnenR nitht sci.on scldc'cte. 

Gerard F.Charig 

540 V/hitley Park Terraoe, Suite 111 

BetheÄda , MD 20814 

GeraM Charig ist ans Liegnitz in Sciesien. Hat auch einip-e Jahre in Breslau 

gewohnt, und war für vile Jahre der hb'chste Beamte des U.S.Dept of Justice 

der m Deiitrc ] and (München) arbeitete. ' 

Mrs. Erica Rosenthal (,geb. TichauerJ 
196 Joy Cee Court 
Mddletown, N.J. 07748 

Mrs. Hose.thal koji^-nt aus c^.^er kleinen Stadt in Schlesien. Ich glaube Lissa ?? 
Ist serir|tatig im Dept of Holocaust Stdhies in ainovu "Comniunitv Collere" in 
der Nahe. ^ 

Mrs. Ilse I^Iayer i, geb. Pabischj 
IIa Priory Road 
London NV/6 4NN 

Mrs. Pabisch ist aus Breslau. Ihr jilnp-erer Bruder war mit mir im "Sckarzen 
Fähnlein". Ihr Mann. Paul Yogi 1-Iayer ist sehr aktive mit Besuchen in 
DeutscrJand als ;;Zeitzeuge". Er ist etwa 85. Er war der letzte Bundesfuhrer 
des "Schwarzen Fahnleins". 



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SERVICE INTERr4AT10NAL DE RECHEFCHES 



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Dr Harvey P Newton 
Unit 2513 

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Ihr Schreiben van 
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24. April 1993 



Betrifft; Ihre ausgefüllten Fragebogen 

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Conceme : 



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prisoner's number 
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4. Information on employment during the war 

Angaben über Beschäftigung während des Krieges 



from/to 
von/bis 



worked as 
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Arbeitgeber 



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Viola Voss 



From: 
Subject: 



on behalf of Leo Baeck 
Harvey Newton 



Obituary written by Percy Angress for Costa Rica 's English language newspaper, the Tico 
Times . 

Agronomist and longtime resident of Escazu, Dr. Harvey P. Newton died on 
April 1, at the age of 78. At memorial Services, friends, colleagues and 
fellow veterans remembered him fondly. 

Harvey was born in 1920, as Herman Neustadt, and was a lifelong friend of 

my father; the two met as boys in 193 6 at Gros Breesen, a 

Jewish agricultural training school established in Germany to train Jewish 

youth in farming skills, in preparation for emigration from Nazi 

Germany. As teens the Gros Breeseners gave each other nicknames which they 

used between themselves all their lives (a Breesener reunion occurs this 

week in the U.S.); thus I always knew Harvey by the name behind his playful 

jniddle initial; "Prinz." 



Düi^ing the November Pogrom of 1938 Harvey was arrested, together with 24 
other 'Gross Breesen boys over 18, and imprisoned in Buchenwald for four 
weeks. His writings about these experiences are now in Buchenwald 's 
memorial archive. My father and a fellow Breesener secured them entry 
permits to Holland, and got them out. 



In 194 Harvey and other Breseners emigrated to Hyde Farmlands, 
Virginia. In 1941 he joined the Army of the United States and served 
Europe during World War II as a POW interrogator . 



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After the war he studied agronomy and earned a PhD from the University of 
Deleware. He worked around the world, in the Philippines, Bangladesh, 
Somalia, Sri Lanka, Cyprus, and Latin America, always dedicating h^s career 
to improving food production and quality for the impoverished. He 
eventually retired in Costa Rica. 

Harvey was my host in 1974 when I took a break from College and traveled in 

•drove us all over Costa Rica, proudly showing off its beauty. When I 
returned with my family 25 years later, he was still as generous, inviting 
us^to stay with him while we got settled, and packing us into his car to 
Visit volcanoes and miradors. 



Harvey 's friends were numerous and varied, of all ages and cultures, and 
this was evident at his f uneral . Whatever our background, whatever cur 
connection to him, we uniformly remembered him as generous, honest and decent 

He is survived by cousins, included Hans Herman Neustadt, and his 
daughters, Suzanna and Rita. 






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May 15, 1993 
The Leo Baeck Institute 
129 East 73rd Street 
New York, N.Y. loo21 
Gent lernen: 

ünfortunately I do not keep track very wel 1, of 
what I have sentyou, nor do I know exactly 
what items you want, and what may be of no 
use. In any case I enclse these enlargements, 
with explanations on the back. Hope they 
fit into your program. 

1. Dr. Alfred Arnsdorff 

2. Dr. Joseph Neustadt 

3. Dri. Joseph Neustadfs grave - originally 

4. Dr. Joseph Neustadfg gravestone placed later 

5. Neue Synagoge in Breslau 



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S^rimt bövt ein ©efcfeid)td)en, gar fcbou; 
<^ö fül)rt in fcen .^immcl mein ^anc^ ^ucrn ^M, 

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Jan. 3, 1988 
Leo Baeck Institute 
129 iiast 13 Street 
New York, N.Y. 100 21 

Attn: Mr. Michael A.Riff, Ass't Pir, 
Dear Mr. itiff: 

This is in response to your 
letter of July lö, 1987, in which you state 
that you are interested in the items, I sent 
Xerox copies for. They are the followingj 

!• Letter by an official of the "Minister des 
Innervl», 12. July 1897 directed to üabbiner 
Dr. Sigmund Fessler, Halle/Saale 

Dr. Siegmund Pessler, was the father of my 
mother Irene Neustadt, geh. Fessler, and was 
rabbi in Halle/Saale from Sept. 19, 1889 (see 
other item) until his death on May 15, 1909 
in Halle / Saale. He was buried in the honor 
row in the Jewish cemetary in Halle/Saale, 
WhetJaer this one was destroyed by the nazis or 
war is not known to me. 



He was born on Sept. 29, 1847 in C 



ry nea the Czech border. He was the 



omorn, Hunga- 



among 13 children, and studied 
ces in Breslau, üne book of hi 



only son 



subject (probably his doct 



among other piii- 
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or dissertation) ca 



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be found in the N.Y. Public Library. 1 once 
took it out some 30 years ago, and was proköbly 
the only person , who had looked at it i 



n over 



50 years. Prior to Being rabbi in Halle/Saale 
he was for sorae time rabbi (probably ass*t 



rabbi) in Mannheim 
\inger, born lan 



They had the following childre 



He was married to Amalia 
1859 or 1860 in Oppeln/OS 



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One son, wh< 



died with about 13 yeajrs, followed by Edgar 
who was born probably in the eaii y 1890', 
was a Veteran of WW I m the German a 



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where he received the E,K. II and was blown 
up (versbhuttet on the W. front for 2-3 days) 
He never married, and to the best of our know- 
ledß-e died in the Ghetto in Warschau, How he 
got there from Halle/Saale we do not know. 



He was followed by Irene Thecese, married 
Neustadt ( my mother) born March 25, 1895, 
who died in Basel, Switzerland May 8, 1968, 
after having emigrated to the US via Cuba, 
She died an U,S. Citizen. 



The youngest was Herbert Fessler, a raetalug'gi-. 
cal chemist, who emigrated to Australia in 
early 1939, where he died in the late fifties,| 
near Melbourne, His non-Jewish wife Helen 
now lives in Numberg/Bavaria (Goethescr. 9) 

Amalie Unger-Fessler was born in Oppeln, her 
father Moritz ünger was also born in Oppeln/üS 
Her mother was Rosälie heilborn, who lived 
and married in Oppeln/OS, but probably was 
born in Breslau. Her father was Gustav iieil- 
bron, who apparently lived in Breslau( a 
letter exists like the one enclosed addressed 
to him by his father Adolf Heilbron, dated 
Nov, 12, 1868, addressed to him at a Bresiap 
address). His father Adolf lived in Lesbhnitz/ 
Schlesien, where presumaÄly Gustav was born, 

Of the Unger family, I have one second cousin, 
son of a Anna Unger, who lives in Guatemala, 
His narae is Hudi la^KXÄix Bendit-Unger . 



2. Program for the "Einführung" 
as rabbi in Halle/Saale, Sept. 
( see above) 



of Dr. Fessler 
19, 1889 



3« j&'ace of letter ( I also have a similar d 
complete letter) addressed to Gustav heilborn, 
Breslau (see above) 



4. "Festgesang " at the wedding of 
Morits Unger to Rosalie Heübion, in Breslau, 
11 Harch 1651 (see above) I have a duplicate 
f t ii i s . 



5. Photo of the grave of Hermann Neustadt 
und his wife Bertha, at Friedhof Lohestrasse 
Breslau, 

Hermann Neustadt, was born on Dec. 17, 1846 
in iiawitsch, Prov. Posen and died in Breslau 
Schlesien, Nov. 21, 1914 His father was 
Gerson Neustadt, who died in Rawitsch, when ks; 
Hermann was young. No other dateu^are known. 
Hermann Neustadt was the founder and owner 
(at fi-st together with a cousin Neumann) of 
the Firma Neustadt & Neumann, Breslau , l'au- 
entsienstr* 4, with major factories in Wune«ii 
schelburg und Strehlen/ Schlesien. The factor 
was producing woolen stockings and gloves (al^ 
so cotton). It was later taken over by 
his son Max ( my father) and his younger 
brother ißxstx Ernst, who were forced to 
»»arisier" the firma at the beginning of 
IQ-^Q . Tü-rnaf n n H wiff) Gretß Staub (daUirhter of 
the fanous lawyer Hermann Staub) were depor^ei 
ted to Tomerdorf/Schlesien . Final fate is 
not known. My father Max eraigrated in 1941 
to Guba, and from there in 1943 to the U.S., 
where he died on Junel8,1962 in Los Angeles, 
California. He was born in Breslau, Feb . 17, 
1878. 

Besides Max and E.ait, Hermann and Bertha 
Neustadt had the following chilfiren. 
One g'irl , who died ^qx-j small. 



Dr. George Neustadt 



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1937, or 38 by his own 



hand thanks to harrassraent ^o'-j the nazis. 
He wiie did the sane a few days later. 
He was followed by Max, Krnst, then Josef 
and finally Dora, was married to the Kgi. 
Apotheker, Kant Apotheke, konisberg, Ost- 



Premsaen. She died in Cape4own , S. Africa. 
(Ky fa^i.er died an American Citizen) 

Bertha Neustadt was born^Frankel of the Frankel- 
Pinkus family, i.einenf abrik in Neustadt/öS 

The oval plau^Äton the headstone of my grandpa*«»! 
rents is in memory of Joseph Neustadt (see 
above) , younger brother of my father, who 
was killed as the member of a Jager Regiment in 
1915 or 1916 in Lithuatiia. ( My father and aunt 
Bora have visited the grave repeatedly before 
the nazi period) In civilian life he was a che- 
mist assistent to the famous Prof. Haber of 
the Haber-Bosch process. 

I have probably included much more information 
than you care for. If you have any specific 
questions, please let me know, and 1 will see, 
if 1 can ans wer them. 



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d«^F8 ^^erson .^' u f t • d t , de^ einen H-^ndel h?tte, d^s ^'!^turft. 
iiFatlonsp^tent Nr. :74 vom 3. juni iP3C erniext. 
Sr verzor^ ^-n ?<".'j.x?3P n?cli ^ürrchen. 

darsoii ;eust9dt e^h^'eit d*o : «^tur^ ii S9 ticn in 'iemursri 3i t der A^ier- 
hcchslör. •örordnung in Beire^i der Uriranisatioa des jujdav^esdns der 
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:'n Deutpchi?nd aufbewahrten "N"?- oh "8 5 rung der n?tu^?=il'if?i"^teii ^ylHpilieder 
der iF'r?5!elH'<:'chen Gor^o'^st^or zu R ?. vj \ c z , laufen.'e IV'"^. 176, 
d?=^ss ^rQTsou N e u s t p d t , de"^ einen H'^ndel h^tte, lUs '^:'3tu>-f5- 
iisationspatent iMr. 174 v^om 3. juni iP3C arnieit. 

Sr verzog am 2R.6.xp39 n^.ch Gorrchen. ^ 

G-erson Neustadt erhielt d'e Natura lisation in (iemäFshait der A^xer- 

hüciistön Verordnung in Betreu der UriTaaisation des judemvesens der 
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SasB in dem Reglnter betreffend die Beglaubigung von 
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Heiraten der t^uden ein Vermerk folgenden Inhalte : 

Hr. 236t Laut Vorhandlung von 12 .August 1B73 (Vol. XV Pol. 118 
der Akten betreffend die Beglaubigung von Heirathen der 
Juden) haben dar Eßaftiann Heinanii (Juda Hirsch) Neustadt 
26 Jahr alt, eu Breslau wohnhaft, und die Jungfrau Bianta 
(Bertis) Fraenkel 26 Jahre alt 2U Oppeln wohnhaft. Tochter 



dea Kaufmann Joseph Praenkel, eu Oppeln und seiner Ehefrau 




Dorothea geb. Fe I ahe, welche sich samt lieh «ur Jüdischen 

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Eingetragen Oppeln den swoelften Auguit Eintsueeod- 

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Unit 2513 

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Born , Oot. 4, 192o, in Breslau, öermcrny 

Immigarted US: F«b« 5$ 194o 

VolTinteered for Ü.S. Axmj , May 24, 1941 

176th Infantry Regiment nntil Sept. 43 

A.S.T.P. (Chinese, U. of Penna^: Oot. 43 - Feb. 44 

Commissioned 2nd Lt. in Mil. Intel! igenoe June 18, 1944 

SerTice in ETO attchd. to 3rd Army Hq., 29th Div. and looth Infnatry 

Dir. Wounded Nov. 3o, 1944 ^^ Xv^^LU^^i^er j>F a^^m^u- 

Returned to servioe in June 45 with "Ene^ Prisoner of War Information 

Bureau"» Provo st Marshai Generals Office, Pt. Meade, MD. üntil 

Dec. 45. Retired as Ist Lt. Apr. 2, 1946 

Ph.D. 51 , Rutgers ün iversity, H.J. in Soll Soienoe (B.So. ü. of 

Delaware, 48, Agronomyj 

Worked for Pennsalt (now Pennwalt) Corp. in Venezuela 53/57 

Soils Advisor -A.I.l>. Dept. of State in Costa Kioa - Somalia 58/65 

Professor of Soils, U. of Wyoming (Somalia) 65/67 

Aero Service Corp. (Litton Ind. Div.jt Ecuador 68/73 

Since 1973 live in Costa Hioa, and have worked as "international 

Consultant in Agrioultixre" world-wide. 




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by name of Lipschutz. 

One relative may be Oscar Fessler, a French Citizen, now working in Codta 
Rica for the Teatro Wacional. PossiblJ[ his grandfather v/as a brother, but 
more probable a cousin of Siegmund Fessler. 

Dr. Siegmund Fessler was Rabbi, first in Mannheim, and then for over 25 

years until he died in Halle/Saale, where he is buried. There is a letter 

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writtento him by an official df the Ministry of the Interior on behalf of 



Wilhelm 11, thanking him for a speech he made, saying good things about the 
emperor. He is buried in the honour row of the Jewish cemetery in Halle/Saa- 
le. (The Kazis may have destroyed the cemetry). 

His docteur dissertation can be found in the i^ew York Public Library on 
^2nd Street (possibly also in Chicago). I do not have the title, but it is 



something from the Bible_ — about the I880s. 



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For f urther Information he was one of 13 children . 



His mother mother : 
Amalie Unger, Born Jan. 3rd, 1859 or 1860 in Oppeln. 



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Her father was: Moritz Unger, born in Oppeln. 



Her mother was: Rosalie Heilborn, who lived and married in Oppeln, but 
seems was born in Breslau. 

Her father was Gustav Heilborn, who apparently lived in Breslau. (Father has 
a letter addressed to him by his father Adolf Heilborkn, dated r^iov.l2th,l868 ) 
His £|ther, Adolf Heilborn lived in Leschnitz, Silesia, Where presumably, Gu- 
stav was born. 

P.S. Amalie Unger had at least one sieter (Lea in Breslau) and one bro- 
ther, grandfather of father's cousin Rudi, Bendit-Unger in Guatemala. His 

mother, Anna Unger, had two sisters, Herta and Else. Rudi had one sister who 
died. 



Bertha Frankel had at least one sister, Jane, mother of "Tante" Rose 
(aunt Rose) In London, who is in her 80s, and had one brother, v/ho died in 
he^N York and one sister who died in Israel. 

Irene Neustadt had an older brother, who preumably died in the Warsaw ghet- 
to, and a younger one who died in kelbourne, Australia. Edgar, the older bro- 
ther was never married, and Herbert was the husbandof dad's aunt Leni who now 
lives in imrnberg, Germanj. No children. 

Max r^jeustadt had an older brother. Dt. Georg h, in Berlin, who died there, 
and who had one son, Emmanuel, who died in London, and one daughter, Ruth, who 
died with husband and two sons in some iNiazi camp. 

Younger brother, Ernst, who also died in some JNazi camp, Ernst had one son and 
two daughters: Hans-Hermann in London and Sefa in Augsburg and Marianne I in 
Mew lork. 

Younger sister Lora had three sons: Hermann and Joseph in Capetown, South Afri 
ca and Tomas in Ramat Gan, Israel. 



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of Havanna, Cuba to Vineland, l^.J. and then to Van iNuys , California and from 
there to Hollywood, Cal. (I96O-63). 
Breslau, 19^1'; 
Havanna, 19^1-^3» 
Vineland, 19^3-5^, 
^ \ Van riuys, 195^-60 
^^ / Hollywood, 1960-63 

Irene H. , lived in Mogadiscio, Somalia between I963-65, then Riehen, Ba- 
sel, Switzerland, I965-68. Her body was flown from Basel to Hollywood, Cal. 
where she is buried next to her husband. 



Leo Baock Institute 
129 Eaot 73 Street 
Kew York, K.Y. 10021 



Jan. 3, 1988 



Attn; Mr. iUchael A.Riff, Ass't Dir. 
Dear Mr. Hiff j 



letter o 

tiiat yo 
Xerox copies 



Tiiis is in response to your 
of July 16» 1987, in which you state 
u ai e interested in the items, I sent 
rtn-i«Q for. They are tue followingi 



1. Letter by an official of the ••Minister des 
Inner", 12. July 1897 dirocted to Rabbiner 
Dr. Sigmund Fessler, Halle/Saale 

Dr. Sie^mund Fessler, was the fathei of my 
mother Irene Heustadt, geh» Fessler, and was 
rabbi in Halle/Saale from Sept. 19» 1889 (see 
other item) until bis death on May 15, 1909 
in Halle / Saale. He was buried in the honor 
row in the Jewish cemetary in Halle/Saale. 
Whetäer tliis one was destroyed by the nazis or 

He was born on Sept. 29f 1847 in Comorn, Hunga- 
ry nea the Czech border. He was the only son 
amone^ 13 childi en, and studied among other piit- 
ces in Breslau. One book of bis on a religous 
subject (probably bis doctor dissertation) can 
be found in the N.Y. Public Library. 1 once 
took it out soae 30 yeais ago, and was probably 
the only person , who had looked at it in over 
50 years. Prior to Being rabbi in Halle/SaaiC; 
he was for some time raobi (probably ass*t 
rabbi) in Mannheim. He was aarried to Amalia 
unger, born Jan. 3, 1859 or 1860 in Oppeln/oS.] 
They had the following children; One son, 
died with about 13 yea re, followed by Edi:,ar 
born probably ia the ead. y 1690', 

Veteran of WW l m the Geraan Am- 



uno 



who 
was 



was 



4« '•Fest^^osang •• at the wedding of 

Morits Unger to Rosalie Heilb. on, in Breslau, 

11 March 1851 (see above) I have a duplicate 

of this* 



5« Photo of the grave of Hermann Neustadt 
und bis wife Bertha, at Friedhof Lohestrasse, 
Breslau» 

Hermann Neustadt, was born on Dec» 17, 1846 
in Kawitscli, Piov, Posen and died in Breslau, 
Schlesien, Nov. 21, 1914 His father was 
Gorson I^'euetadt ,who died in Rawitsch, when üi 
Hermann waa youn^. Uo other date are known» 
Hermann Neustadt was the founder and owner 
(at fi st togetiisr with a cousin Neumann) of 
the Firma NeustaÄt & Neumann^ Breslau , Tau- 
entsienstr» 4, with major factories in ¥un««ift 
schelburg und Strehlen/ Schlesien» The factor; 
was producing woolen stockint];s and gloves {al. 
so cotton)» It was later taken over by 
his son Maz { Äy father) and his ifounger 
brother Exm±x Ernst, who were forced to 
•arisier» the firma at the be^inning of 
1939. Ernst and wife Gret« 55t;9iih ( dnu -httat-r a-pI 
the fanous lawyer Hermann Staub) were depoi4e 
twd to Tomerdorf /Schlesien • Final fate is 
not known. My father Max emigrated in 1941 
to Cuba, and from there in 1943 to the U.S., 
where he died on Junel8,1962 in Los Angeles, 
California. He was born in Breslau, Feb . 17, 
1878» 

Besides Max and firait» Hermann and Bertha 
Neustadt had the followin^^ ch^llren» 
One girl , who died very small» 
Pr» George Neustadt, who died in Berlin abouti 

1937, or 38 by his own 
hand thanks to harrassaent by the nazis. 
He wi^e dxd tl.e same a few days later» 
He wao followed by Max, Ernst, then Josef, 
and finally Bora, was mairied to tho Kgl. 
Apotheker, Kant Apotheke, Konisberg, Ost- 



where he receivcd tue E.K. II and was blown 
Ui) (versbhuttet oa the W, front for 2-3 days) 
iic neve. married, and to the best of oui Icnow- 
led^e died in the Ghetto in Warschau* How he 
{jot there from Halle/Saale we do not know. 

He was followed by Irene Th»»Bset married 
Neustadt (my mother) born March 25, 1895 
who died in Basel, Switzerland May 8, 1968, 
after having emigated to the US via Cuba. 
She died an Ü.S, Citizen. 

The youn^est was Herbert Fossler, a netalu^gi- 
cal cheaist, who emigrated to Australia in 
early 1939, Mhere he died in the late fiftiesj 
near Melbourne. His non-Jewish wife Helen 
now lives in Kumberg/Bavaria (Goethes :r. 9) 

Amalie Ünger-Peseler was born in dppeln, her 
father Moritz Unger was also born in Oppeln/OS 
Her mother was Rositlie Heilborn, who lived 
and married in Oppeln/OS, but probably was 
born in Breslau. Her father was Gustav aeil- 
bron, who apparently lived in Breslau( a 
letter exists like the one eaclo: ed addressed 
to him by his father Adolf Heilbron, dated 

KOV. IP. If^ßR. AH/9lf*aeiao/9 +rv V. ^ m «4. ^ TJ -_ 

address). His father Adolf lived in Lesähnitz/ 
Schlesien, where presumaHIy Gustav was born. 

Of the Unger family, I have one second cousin, 
son of a Anna Unger, who lives in Guatemala. 
His name is Hudi isgaxsix Bendit-Ünger. 

2. Program for the "Einführung* of Dr. Pessler 
as rabbi in Halle/Saale, Sept. 19, 1889 
(see above) 

3# i'ace of letter ( I also have a siiailar d 
coaplete letter) addressed to Gustav iieilbcrrn 
Breslau (see above) ' 



Preussen. She died in Cape«oKn . S. Africa. 
(ßy faö..er died an American Citizen; 

Bertha Meustadt was born Franicel «^ *5« J^^"^«^" 
Piakus family, 1-einenfabrik in Neustadt/OS 

THe oval place on the haadstoue of my grandpa#-e»| 
ronts is in memory of Josepb Neustadt Uee 
ftbovei . youager brother of my father, vho 
«nilled as tke member of a Jager Reginant in 
Ins or 1916 in Lithuati«. ( My father and aunt 
Bora bave visited the grave repeatediy before 
the nazi period) In civüian life he was a c^e- 
mißt aseietent to the fanious Prof. ha.cr of 
the üaber-BoECh procese. 

I havo probably included muoh more iuformation 
than you care for. If you have any sP«"f^« 
questions, please let me know. and 1 will soe. 
if I can answer them« 



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Dr. Harvey P. Newton (my step-father ) , v/as bornY s 
Hennann Neustadt 

Octobet 4th, 1920, Breslau, capital of the province of Silesia(Schlesien) , 
Germany. He was born a Prussian Citizen, then this was changedto Deutsches 
Reich. He lost his citizenship by decree in 1940, but can now get citiz- 
enship in the B.D.R. any time he asks for it. 
He changed his name to Harvey P, P.Newton, June 17th,1944. 

In 1936 he moved with his family to Gross Breesen, Kreis Trebnitz 
(county), (1936-38) to Vvieringerwaad, north Holland (Dec. 1938-Jan, 1940) 
to Burkenville, Nottoway County, Virginia (1940-41). Joined the United 
States Army on May 24th,1941 (until Apr.2n(ä, 1946); in the meantime rrov- 
ed his legal address to Vineland, New Jersey where it is still today. 
fVctually, he was in Newark, Delaware (1946-48), New Brunswick, New Jersey 
(1948-51), Maracay, Estado Aragua, Venezuela (1953-57), San Jose», Costa 
Rica (1958-6Q), Merca, Somalia/East Africa (1961-62), Mogadiscio, Somalia 
(1962-67), Guayaquil, Forvince Guyas, Ecuador( 1968-73 ) , §an Jose« , Costa 
Rica (1973 to date). 

In Somalia, Harvey p. Newton (dad) adopted me and my two sisters. I 
was born Oct. 31st, 1956. 



His Fatheri 
Max Neustadt, born Feb. 17th, 1878 , ib Breslau, Prov. Schesien, Staat 
Preussen, (State of Prussia), Deutsches Reich. 
Died, June lg th, 1962, Hollywood, California as an American Citizen. 



His Mtheri 
Irene T.Neustadt, born March 25th,1895 in Halle/Saale, Provinz Sachsen, 
(Province Saxonia, not State of Saxonia, because there is one also), Prus- 



sia, Germany. 

Died, May 8th,1968, Basel, Switzerland, as American Citizen. 

His grandfather(iviax l^ieustadt's father): 
Herrmamm Ixeustadt, Born De. 17th, 1846 in Rav/itsch, Prov. Posen, Prussia, 

Germany. 

Died in Breslau, Nov. 21s t, 1914. 

His father: 
Gerson Neustadt 
Died in Rawitsch. Ko other data are available. 



His fathers mother: 

Born: Bertha Frankel, karch 24th, 1846 in Oppeln, Prov. Silesia (later 

Upper Silesia, was a separate province after World V^ar One). 

Died Sept, 25th, 1923 in Breslau. 

Bertha Frankel belonged to the Frankel family, a famous Jewish indus- 
tial (textile, cloth) family in Neustadt, Silesia. This family, even 
before the Nazis established its family tree, was well informed , v/ho 
all belonged to it. There is a document in existence that a Frankel 
(Father forgot fis firdt name ) immigrated fron the Austrian parts , i.e. 
today's Austria or Czechoslovakia to Zulz, Silesia, about 1742, one of 
the old established Jewish communities in Silesia. Prior to this only two 
communities were permitted in Silesia . (Zulz and I believe Breslau). 



His mothers father: 
Dr. Siegmund Fessler, born Sept. 29th, 184? in Gomorn, Hungary, near the 

Gzech border. 

Died May 15th, I909 in Halle/Saale. 

S, Fessler left his home very young and there are no record of any re- 
latives. Irene Neustadt had some relatives in Budapest prior to yV.W.2. 



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JDcg 13 Erdg. T. 41445. 

— Helene, ^^oQfotnbrot, XVI ©tatcnroeg 
9?r. 13. T. 41445. 

Ttcmalb, SD^att^a, Slngeft.. I Jlbalbert- 

l'trQBe 66. 
^fmctia, 3lIfon§, Jpauptlc6rcri.9l., XVI 

gürftcnftt. 24 n. 

— Glaca, ©ID., XVI güritcnftt. 58. 

— So^anneä, SReftoc, I (Üccttubcn- 
fttaBe lU 11. 

^}{etDiae, ^aul, 2)tcd)flcr, U rvlutftr. 12 1. 
'}lt\), ia.^ilbelm, 2Ipot^.. XVIII Siic^arb. 

^öügncc'Str. 14. T. 81022. 
''^{etiman, (flftiebc, Ob.Steuecinjpnftroio., 

XIII Opiyftc. 16 m. 
3linttiiäjoI,£ictbert,^änblct,IObc;|'tr.l2. 

— ^aul, 3}ettrct., I Jelbi'tc. 44. 
?H(ft6, iJllfoug, Dr. ©an.=9lat, SCjiturg, 

Xin eifafi'ec @tc. 14. T 302 20. 
©pterf)ituubc Äarlftt. 45 (2—4). 

— (^bmunb, Crgan. Seit., II ©avtcn» 
ftroßc 69.71. 

— Sojcf, 3nfpcft.. XXI öodii'tr. 4. 
Wic^t, iüuno, 2BiD., X ^Iboibcrtitr. 139. 
'Jlid)tcr,3uliu^,^crttct..I:ÜmJlatliQu[cl5. 
iWid)tcrniit»/ößrnt)atb,Üarfierer,Iftloftet- 

l'trafee 106 IV. 

— gticbcidi, ^jßcnfionär.I 3Inberiienitr.20. 

— *Gebr. Niohterwitz, 5liinittti'd)l. u. 
yjiöbclfbtf.2lnbcriicuitt.46. L T.29342 
[PS 2825]. 5n^. 0). u. (1. 9HditctU)ie. 

— Marl, JRentcncmpf.,I 9tnbetiien|tt. 48. 

— SlontQb, 2ifc^let, X ©einitc. 52 IV. 

— ^Quline, ?lrb.. I iStigiltcntol 28. 
'Jltdj,siol,£>cbiDig,i)ltbtnn.,lv5tocfi]ajfc 18. 
"Jlidnii, ^ii$, Suftiaangeit., V öo^cu» 

^oflctnitc. 15. 

— .Öan§. Lh;pcbicnt, XXI («cHcttltt. 3. 

— :Kic^arb, ^i^oftaffeii., X öüljftc. 10. 
"Jlitfc f. a. yi'udt u. ÜJicfc. 

— lUtt^ur, i'lrb.. X ^^5c)tccitc. 9. 

— i^ctn^Qrb,3lrb.. 11 li)attcnftc.69.71Sh. 

— iöctn{)acb, 2lcb.. I iiangc ^a\\i 51.53. 

— gcanjiäSfa, SRentnctin, X iHbalbctt- 
ftraßc 101. 

— granaiöta u. ^Jiatalie, gifd^iut., XXI 
iStäbfd^encc Sti. 82. 



'Jiirfe, (iJeotg, iHentner, X Äletfdjfaui'tc. 
SSli. 40 fl. 

— t)etbect, 2lcbtt.. I Öeut^enftt. 60 IV. 

— 3o[ef, 9lcntner, ©tobioi., Stüden» 
bctgcc ©tt. 31. L 

— 3ofef,©(^neibctmftt., X@c§icBtoetbet« 
fttafee 41. 

— Jhirt,Reflnet,XVII93olfen^ainet©tt.52. 

— Dtto, ffidcfttet, V ®atten|tt. 21 Sh. 

— ^aul, 2anbe§.0b. 3n[peft., XXni 
Ooct^eftt. 98. 

— Snic^atb, Sanbeg.Obetinfpeft.. XXI 
®täbf(|cnet ©tr. 148. 

mdtl f^g. gZiggU-aUtel u-iKifl. 

— abolf, öanfbut^^aller, XVII firfmnife. 
fttafee 26. 

— abolf,5let(ft8b.©(ftaffn.,XXm(5cftön. 
ftiQfee 13. 

— abolf, »lentenempf., XXI Opitftt.82. 

— Sllbett, arbtt., I »rigittcntal 28 H. 

— aibert, atb., I 33otnjetfitr. 81. 

— aiftcb, Silb^aucr, XVI gücitcnftt. 50. 

— Sllfrcb, ©d)lofiet. XIII 9?eubot[ftt. 79. 

fttafee 115 Gh. n. 

— Slnno, SBto., XIII 2Iugu[taftt. 129. 

— Slnno, SBto., X ffletfd)fauftr. 20 ffl. 

— Slnna, SBlo., I 5föniggtä^et @tt.28II. 

— %xma, ©ID., I üöfdjftt. 3 fl. 

— 2ttt^ut, ®eii. aScrtr. b. ga. DIbenfott, 
laboffobrif, 3lee§ a. 5t^., V ©onncn» 
[traßc 10. T. 23819. 

— 2trt^ut, 3tcntcnempf.,II f)ctbainftr.l6. 

— 2lugu|t, 3ugfü^r. i. 5t.,V Suiienftt. 13. 

— 2tugu|te,ffito.,I^ctbcrt.9Bclfifc^.©tr.l. 

— 2lugu[te, 2öto., X mctfdjtauitr. 26. 

— iöettfl, S«ä^etin, V gticbricfiftr. 31 IV. 

— 33erta, SBto., II fic^mgtubenftr. 85. 

— 23erta, 2Bm., XXI fictoolbftt. 13 m. 
-- öctta, SBlo., X 2J?att^ia§ftt. 165.1 67. 

— Scrta, JRcntcncmpf., I ^crrcnftt. 28. 

— ©runo, Stcntcnentpf., XXllI Slugufta» 
ftraßc 177 Erdg. 

— Örnno, -3rf)rpjic:. X lU,'aafiiai!ii;.i22. 

— dlara, SSm., I SSafi'ergaife 18. 

— ©buarb, 3flcifenber, I Dbcrftr. 21. 

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3)eutfd) 2iffa, Jörcfacr 2tc. 12. 

— eiifabet^, itontorii'tin, XXI iRc^. 
bigerftt. 1 IV. 

— eili,ött).3led)t§anffialt. I^ebniigftr.62. 

— eifc,2Wobtfttn, XXIIl Soötauct ©tr.95. 

— Q\\t, ^Inttcrin, XXI Sranbenbutger 
©trafec 4 Zwg. 

— Cfwma, i)iäE)ctin, I 33crlincr 3tr. 64. 

— ^nxeitinc, 2Srt)., XXI Scionlbftr. 19 H. 

— C^rni't, !£ipl.2QnbiD., XVI .»öinbenbutg» 
[traße 36. T. 42131. 

— gelis, Üeberaui'c^netbec.XVIIßtiic^fc« 
jttaBC 2Erd{T. 

— gelis. Jii(f)I., XIII ööfd)cnitt. 77. 

— gtanj, 33auuntctnc^mct. 1 gn^. 
®eiSlct.@tc. 3 n. L 

— grana, IKafcfi.SBätt., XXIII aSoütauet 
©ttafec 69 IV. 

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— gticbti(^,©toffIagen|t,WattbiQ§ftr.l21 

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5it. 15 Zwg. T. 518 64. 

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©tcofec 25. E. 

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— ®ectcub, MW. Jlcftor, X SBei!5enburger 
©trafee 23 UI. 

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I illoftcrftr. 50 I. 

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llraßc 46. 

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— Herbert, gcifeuc. X tSIbingitr. 9. 

— |)crbert, fr.(^)utöbe|.,XIlI i^o^cn50^crn. 
ftrofec 75. 

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9?r. 46-54. 

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T. 34054. 

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©ttaijc 96.98 Uli. IV. 



Jjactcl, ^cttlia, grau, XVII SWqIqj. 
[ttofee 49 0. ^ 

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f dienet ©tt. 124 Gh. n. 

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— 3ofef, fiofomot^eia., P. A. «teji 
3)ütrgoij, granfcnfteiner ©tt. 47 

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berget ^tt. 25 E 

--= Äatfllinc.iHeiiliierinJtXIIiaRetd«I^i 

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nigcr ©tt. 45 III. 

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bctget ©tr. 25. 

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— ßuife, 35iQfomife, I illoftctftt. 1 

— 2m[e, S^to., X 5lletf*fauitt. 13. 

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©trafee 78. 

— Tlaiia, SBiD., II Stunnenftr. 12 E 

— aO?aria, ©m., I ®u^rauet ©tt. 4 

— 9!JZaric,©d)neibermittin., XXIII §u( 
ftraße 111 I. 

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ftrafec 98. 

— Tlaxta. 2Blo., X Slüdjerftt. 12. 

— Warta,33lu.,XXI ©rdbidjencr ©tt, 

— llfiartiu. äliauret, XXI 2^crefcni'tt. 

— *2)?aj midcl gcfl^blg., XVII gc 
fürtet ©tr. 95. T. 28805. 

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-^ ajJaj,S?rafttofü^r. XUI C^Jutenbergftr 

— 9KaE, ©trnBenb.öcbicnft., ßl. %\<i)a 
S?önig§f)ütteu ©tr. 511. 

— Tlcta, SBin., XXI Äüraffierftr. ; 

— 0§lDQlb. iHm., V ?(an.eÄttt. 12. 

— ^.Jttüie, üffiiö., XIII Slugiiftaftr. U 

— Otto, Slfm., II ©ottfc^aaftn. 17 

— ^43aul, iltb., 3lat^cn, ^otfitr. 

— ^Qul, gfcifd)ecei I gciebrid).33ilf) 
©traßc 29. T. 55521. 

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— 5l?QuI, 5lfm., II 33o^rauft ©tr. - 
T. 32265. 

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— ^QuLiTraftH).gü^t.,X2tcbni5et»5: 

— ^^aul.il'raf tinageufübr.,! 23etbcn|tr 

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Strotje 19 E. 

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1^1377 ;g 3i^möbel u, öotjbeatbei 
'^^ inm SBälbc^cn 4. T; 46f 

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fttaBe 11 U. 

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berget ©tr. 25. 

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5k. 5 Zwg. T. 836 07. 

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— Stöbert, 2ifd)Icr,'5icbcnl)ufcner©i 

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Essen-Kettwig , den 2. 3. 93 



Sehr geehrter Herr Newton, 



entschuldigen Sie bitte, daß es sehr lange dauerte bis 
ich auf Ihren ausführlichen Brief antworten konnte. 
Ich bin von Hamburg nach Essen-Kettwig gezogen und so ein 
Umzug nimmt mehr Zeit als man selbst glaubt. Abgesehen davon 
bin ich sehr oft bei meiner Mutter in München, die heute im 
Alter von 85 Jahren oft mit physisch, und psychisch. Krank- 
heiten kämpft und deshalb meine Anwesenheit erfordert. 
Nun zu Ihrem Brief. Ich hatte nicht unbedingt erwartet, daß 
Sie mit meinem Vater verwandt wären, sondern gedacht sie würden 
ihn oder seine Familie ev, kennen. Mein Vater lebte lange Jahre 
in Breslau teilweise versteckt und meine Großeltern wurden 1942 
depo rtiert. Es hätte also nur ev . Verwandtschaft über Cousinen 
oder Bekanntschaft durch die zufällige Namensgleichheit geben 
können. Ihre Ausführungen sind sehr genau und ich kann niemand 
aus der Familip mpinesc \/a-^o-no ry'srs\^ r- r> ■; r^ r> -^ au^j.,, jt 

... .ww . ^ w w j. ^ 1 1 «_i v^ 1 1 ooj-Mux n u o o a iiiiii u 1 1 y l i" d u ü n . 

Alle, alle sind umgekommen von denen ich über meine Mutter er- 
fahren konnte. Es gab eine Cousine Irma Asch, die nach Buenos Aires 
emigriert war, aber vor Jahren in Berlin starb. Es soll einen 
Vetter in Tel Aviv geben mit Namen Beer, da fehlt mir aber die 
Adresse. Ich werde in jedem Fall weiterforschen. 

Aus alten Dokumenten die meine Mutter trotz der Flucht aus Breslau 
aufbewahrte gibt es einen Auszug aus dem Personenstandsregister 
Rawitsch für 1844. Darin wird die Geburt eines Heimann oder 
Hermann Neustadt angemeldet. Der Vater Salomon Neustadt, die 
Mutter Malchen geb. Höflich. Die Zeugen sind genannt^ mit 
Michael Adam (?) und Baruch Kroh . Heimann oder Hermann N. müßte 
der Urgroßvater meines Vaters sein. 

Ich nehme an, daß es in der weiteren Verwandtschaft meines Vaters 
einigen Menschen gelungen sein wird nach USA oder Südamerika zu 
entkommen, dies ist aber für mich zu kompliziert ^Iw^genügend 
Hinte-rgrundwissen darüber Nachforschungen anszustellen . Manchmal 
hilft ja auch der Zufall! 



- 2 - 



Könnten Sie mir schreiben wer den Katalog "Die Juden in Breslau 
bis 1945" herausgab, ich würde mir diesen gerne bestellen? 

Ernst Gramer hatte ich geschrieben, da4 ich wußte, daß er zur selben 
Zeit wie mein Vater von Breslau nach Buchenwald deportiert wurde. 
Ihre Hinweise zu den Leo Baeck Instituten nehme ich gerna an und 
werde mich zu gegebener Zeit um Auskünfte bemühen. 

Vielen Dank für Ihre große Mühe mir so detailliert zu schreiben. 
Ich würde mich sehr freuen, wenn Sie bei Ihrem Deutschland-Besuch 
auch in die RheinrGegend kämen. Gerne würde ich mich mit IHnen 
unterhalten, vielleicht könnten Sie mir auch vorher mitteilen wann 
Sie eintreffen, denn ich bin nicht immer zuhause. 



F^armj ndllchen Grjuß 





Ist August 1997 



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Dear Harvey, 

We were due to leave here for Breslau on 17th July bat had to cancel the day 
beforp because of the flc^ods over there. We are now attempting to plan for 
another date, early in Cctober, a^ain Peg and I to dr5 ve across and the rast 
of the family to fly/rail it there. The devastation is extensive, railweys 
between Breslau and Berlin remain cut, who knows what roads are like, where 
the new river bed for the Oder will emerge, when bridges will become available. 
Breslau old town, the whole of the area South of the river remeined dry, North 
of the river very ba^Uy flooded. No drinking water in c ny part of the town. 

I finally got round to reading Jewish Life in Breslau I938-4I which did interest 
me as I experienced things in Breslau during the first 13 months of the report. 
You might like to note some points which I find inaccurate - I hope you won't 
think that I am nit-picking. 

Not all were sent to Buchenwald. Your father, for instance, was in Sachsenhsusen 

The liberal syna^^ogue was not fired - there was the risk of damaging the 
Policei-Zentrale across the road . The internal supporting colurnns were 
dynamited to collapse the building on itself. I watched the cuppol a sl owly 
subsiding,from the back-steps of Tauentzienstr. 4 

I do not recollect a synagogue in the Rehdigerschule which I ^ttended for nearly 
4 years. (The spelling in the report is incorrect, I have headed notepaper 
from the Schule am Rehdlgerplatz. ) Por the high holidays in 1939 the Aula on 
the 3rd floor was turned into a make-shift synagogue 

The synagogue in the Jewish hospital continued in service for some time after 
Noverpber 1938. My sister Seffa was married there on her fiancee's release from 
Buchenwald and I was Bar-Mizwah there on 8th Jan. '39 (Hab. Dr. Hoffmann) 

I left Breslau on lo.l2.39 - up to that time we did not experience any elfectricit, 
restrictions (though there was very strict black-out) 

New Year and Yom Kippur etc. Services in the Aula of the school were open to 
others, too. My father, for instance, was in the congregation on Yom Kippur with 
me, when he was called away and had to walk home at midday to fetch our radio to 






Jews were not permitted to buy fish, although not yet rationed during 1939* 
This was particularly hard on orthodox Jews who could not take up their meat 
ration as no kosher meat was obtainable. I went to buy fish for an elderly 
Cousin of our fathers* (Clara Gchwartz) who was strictly orthodox - I was able 
to get away with it as my looks were not typically Jewish 

Personal bank accounts of o^Jews were *blocked' as part of the Nazi measures 
following the events of 9.11.38, montly allowances for withdrawal being fixed 
by the authorities. 

• Aryanisation of all Jewish businesses was a further measure following events 
of 9.11.38. I do not believe that there was a special agency for this in Breslau. 
However, special supervisory trustees (Treuhaender) were appointed by the authori% 
ties who had to countersign all documents of any importance. In the case of 
N & N this was Herr Przekowski 

What is this »Private juedische Schule? 

FAMO was an engine factory: 'Plugzeug-Auto-MOtoren» 



Baruch Freier 
Dr. Freier? 



- I wonder whether that was my maths teacher at the Rehdigerplatz 



We are all well - busy as always. All cur girls + families/partners are fine 
and are leading very busy lives. Peg and I are planning a trip to our place in 
France beginning of September, hopefully together with Richard 's parents. 



Have you had sight of the llst of dorniant bank accounts published by the 
Swiss? I can't believe that there is anythjng of interest for us, still I 
shall have a look at it. 



I was planning to Visit Wuenschelburg (Radkow) from Breslau to see If the 

old factoray building is still standing. I wönder whether there have been floodsl 

there, too, as I know that Waidenburg was flooded. 

What are you plans? Hope you are keeping well. Drop us a line sometime. 
Love 



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Ist Au^trust 1997 

Dea.r Harvey, 

beforoVec'u'e irn.'n' T' ^'''■'"" "" Hth' July ^but 'riad tö c^ncel \he day 
anotw rr . "^^ "^°'' '■''^'•'^- W^ ar«n6w fittempting to plan for 

ano her date, early m October, afeain Peg and I to drivo acroL and tSe rest 
of the family to fly/rail It there. The devastätion ig exten-^ive ralllv« 
between Breslau and Berlin re.aln:cut, who .nows „ha road.r^o ilJ; : ^re 

B- sl,: oirLwn hl ;;\«'^--"^— «-. «h^n brid^e. „ill-^hecoL'avaJr.hle. 

esiau OKI lown, the whole of the area SouUi of the river remadned drv North 
of tho x-xver very badly f looded. No drlnking water :in .ny.part ' ofjthe Ln! 

me'arJ'eioHenS l'" '•''•'^"!" V"^'"' '''^ '" ^'''' "'' ^930-^1 „hichKlid Intirest 

lou might like t,o note r.oine poinls which I find jnacciinte t hr.,.^ '■ i'ort. 

think that I am nit-picking. maccinnte - I hope you won't 

Not all were sent to Buchenwald. Your father, for inntance, was in Sachsenhausen 

The liberal syna/rogue wa« not fired - thero „an the rlsk of damaMn^ the 
Policen -Zentrale :)crn'^>:- tho r-r^nA ti • -i ■, "'imaging tne 

^.na.i,,ed to colla.p:r'th:\;.in1;, I^iiLllf-l waü^'h^i'^ tL^tTöl a^^^ly ^ 
r=ubr.iding,fro„, the back-, teps of Tauenizi enntr. 4 Ji^J^Jf/ ^ : 

I do not recolloct a r,ynagogue in tho Rbhdi.^erschul e which' T att^n^o^i ^ ' -, 

J years. (The spelling in^the report 1. Incorrec I av^ Lac ed noteonner"^ 
thT. ;%f '" "™ R-hdigerplat^.) For the high holidays in 19'; tL S L^ r- 
the 3rd floor was turnod into a make-r,hlft synagogue Aula on j ■ ■ 

Io:e:^er"l?38.\"y''T.'e"'^"eff"''''^'^' '"?"T' 1" ^^^^ ^- — '--.0 after 
B.chenwald^Ldrw:r;:r-^LlVt\\r:^11ti1-/V3r[HSr-!\--r^ 

I left Breslau on I0.IP.39 - ud to fh^f fimn t,c. .1-5 i 1 . 

restriotiono (though there was^e^y^'t^ict LLk-Jutr ^'^^"^"^"^'^ '"^ eUctricIt, 

^theSrt-'; Trfthr: fr-t-t:;::: !-;•- t;?eoi.:e^%ttn-;n"?- ;r" ^'° • 
;:ndi':"trt:rc::i;i ^-^^ '^" ^'^^ ^° --^ ^--^ -"--"- ?:tiro^:-4^r:; 

Jews wore not pormtted to buy fish, al though not yet rationed durin« 1939 

rrition ns no kosher meat was obtninnblp T wcr.^ ^ \. -r- , ^ ^"'^'-c nicrtx 

cou3ln of cur father.. (Clar^Bch^arS? wh^ :L"'.'^ '"f/L"^.!?^./''" ^^^^^'''^ , 

to get away „ith it as ' n,y looks were not typlcaliy^;;- ^h^' tir^:;; „ 1|,' Tf^''^^' ^ 

Personal bank accounts of »T'jewo wero 'blocked' -ir n«r.f r 4v „ • ' ' • 
followinp the eventc- nc QU ^ft ., In «iocKed as part of the Nazi measures 
by the authorlties!'^ MIOO, n,ontly allowances for „ithdrawal being fixed 

•Aryanisation- of all Jewish burine.nes was a further measure following events ' 
Ho'we'Ceritec af süp rvi ::;% t%\:r;-;,:!,^ '^ r?'' ^'^-^^ ^^ ^^f In'Sre^lau. 

tles „ho hL to oou„^erL•gn^an"'dt::eiI^S^:nTil::t:ncT1n"1he'^ ''^ T'^"^^* 
N & N this was Herr Przekowski ^ importance. In the case of 

What is this 'Private Juedische Schule? ' ' ■ 

FAMO was an engine factoryj ' Flugzeug- Auto-MOtoren> 



Bnruch Freier - I wonder whether that wag 
Dr. Freier? 



my maths teacher at the Behdigerplatz 



We are all well - busy as alwayB. All 
and are leading very busy lives.' Peg sna 
france beginning of September, hopefully 1 



i 

rs are fine 



and are leadin^ verv h,.;„ i . „::"''":/:\:^ T'r ^^""^^ "^ ^'^"^^ 1^ «'s/partne" "' ' 

J. -Te planning a tri | 
ogether with Richard 's parents. 



". very b.sy lives. Peg_and 1 ... ,i..„,„,_, ,^, ^ ^^ ou.^ p,,ee "in .^- 






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FAMILY PINKUS 



The Pinkuses were a family of textile manuf acturers whose factory in 
Neustadt, Upper S11es1a (now Prudnik, Pol and) was one of the langest 
producers of fine linens in the world. Joseph Pinkus became a partner in 
the firm S. Fränkel when he married Auguste Fränkel , the daughter of the 
owner . Their son Max Pinkus (1857-1934) was director until 1926. His son 
Hans Pinkus managed the Company until it was "aryanized" after 
'Kristallnacht.' He emigrated to England with his family in 1939, where he 
died in 1977, (after an unsuccessful attempt to rebuild the firm in 
8 avar ia ) . 



Correspondence of family members with each other, and others including: 
Johannes Avenarius, Anton Bei da, Paul Ehrlich, Max Oberländer, Kurt 
Schwerin and Hermann St ehr; along with related material dealing with: the 
political activities of fairrily members ; their involvement with Jewish and 
other phi 1 anthropies in Breslau, Neustadt, and elsewhere; Max Pinkus' role 
on the c i vi li an front du ring the First World Viar , and in the disputes over 
the territorial c hang es in Silesia after the war; Hans Pinkus' education, 
fraternity membership, and duels; his P.O.W, experiences in France, 
Switzerland, including his mat r icul at ion at Bern while a P.O.W. ; and his 
activities in the Konstanz soldier's Council and as a founding member of 
the Reichsvereinigung ehemaliger Kriegsgefangener. 

Records of businesses owned bv the Pinkus family from the mid-nineteent h 
Century through the per i od after World War II, including: correspondence, 
manuscripts, business reports, tax and financial records, legal papers, 
advertizing material, sample books and newspaper clipping from the firms of 
firms S. Fränkel Neustadt, Spinnerei Vorwärts Brackwede, Schi es i sc he 
Flachs-Werke Kaundorf , Süddeutsche Leinenweberei Augsburg, Schlesische 
Feinweberei former S. Fränkel Augsburg and Hronover Baumwollspinnerei. 

Manuscripts, clippings about the family and its activities, Nazism and 
antisemitism and Paul Ehrlich and the Paul Ehrlich Stiftung. 

*Papers of family members, including vital documents , membership cards, 
awards, medals, diaries, travel Journals, legal papers, tax records, wills 
and testaments; genealogies and family histories, along with supporting 
documents, of the Pinkus family and related families, including the 
families Deutsch and Fränkel 



Photos of family members, their friends and associates, and of their 
business, travel, and other activities, 

Material on the literary activities of Max Pinkus, including: material on 
his activity as a book collector, particularly his renowned collection of 
Silesian literature; transcr i pt ions of his correspondence with Gerhart 
Hauptmann; clippings, programs, and other material on plays of Hauptmann, 
63specially Vor Sonnenuntergang and Die Finsternisse, whose lead characters 

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ar^ inspired by Max Pinkus; bi bl i ographi es of Hauptmannes work compiled by 
«Pinkus; and offprints, dippings, cor respondence and manuscripts of 
Hauptmann scholars C.F.W. Behl and Walter Reichart. 

Material on the Jews of Silesla, induding reports of meetings of t he 
chairmen of the Jewish commun1t1es of Upper Sflesia during the 1930s, 



letter of privilege for the Jews of Zülz 
Jews of Silesla signed by German Emperor, 
Friedrich II. 



issued in 1699, and decrees on the 
Karl VI and King of Prussia, 



Languages: German, English, French. 

Donors: Hans Pinkus, 1957-1976; Jon Peters, 1985. 

Finding Aids: 26 page inventory. 

Accession Number : AR 7030 



Page: 2 



Technische Universität Berlin 



Dr. Beate Kosmala 



TU Berlin • Sekr. TEL 36 • Erns^Reufer-Platz 7, 9. OG 
D-10587 Berlin, Telefunkenhaus 

Dr. Harvey P. Newton 
c/o Neisser 
P.O.B. 826 

Vineland, N.S. 08361 
U.S.A. 




FACHBEREICH 1 
KOMMUNIKATIONS 
UND GESCHICHTS 
WISSENSCHAFTEN 

Zentrum für 
Antisemili$mu$for$chung 

LBIroi • 

Prof. Dr. WoKgang Benz 



Tel.:(030)314-23154 



Datum 



Berlin, 17.9.97 



Sehr geehrter Herr Dr. Newton, 

herzlichen Dank für Ihr Schreiben vom September 1997. 

Wir freuen uns sehr, daß Sie bereit sind, uns Informationen 

für unser Forschungsprojekt zukommen zu lassen. 

Zunächst möchte ich Ihre Fragen beantworten: 

1. Unsere Fragestellung bezieht sich auf alle Formen von 
Hilfe für Juden, bei denen sich Nicht Juden selbst gefährdet 
haben. Sie schreiben, daß sie dazu etwas beitragen könnten. 
Das würde uns sehr interessieren. 

2. Unsere Forschung bezieht sich nicht nur auf Berlin, 
sondern auf das Gebiet von Deutschland in den Grenzen von 
1937. 

Uns interessieren alle Einzelheiten, an die Sie sich noch 
erinnern oder die Sie in Erfahrung bringen können. 
Aber auch wenn Sie sich nur noch teilweise erinnern, teilen 
Sie uns bitte alles mit, was sie dazu wissen, da wir dann 
vielleicht selbst weiter recherchieren können. 

Sie schreiben, daß Sie vor etwa zwei Jahren Ihren eigenen 
Bericht (über den Novemberpogrom 1938 und Ihre Haft im KZ 
Buchenwald) an Prof. Benz geschickt haben. Da unser Istitut 
vor einem Jahr umgezogen ist, sind manche Dinge im Archiv 
noch nicht wieder an Ort und Stelle. Wenn es Ihnen nicht 
zuviel Mühe macht, würden wir auf Ihr Angebot, uns noch eine 
Kopie zu schicken, sehr gern zurückkommen. 
■Noch einmal besten Dank für Ihr Schreiben und Ihre 
Bereitschaft, mit uns zusammenzuarbeiten. 

Mit freundlichen Grüßen 



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D«r Jtmg^r« Iradtr mmin^r Matter , Dr. Herbert Fessler (geb. in 
H«lle/8aale) rerhelratete sieh noeh am Inf eng der lasi Jahre, d.h. 
etva 1933 eder 34 nit eeiner FrmUf die tmter den I.S* Oeeetien** Arier in** 
var* leh habe seiinen Qnkel dae Ittite Mal im Ka« Baohenvald im Hot« 38 
gesehen. Dank der Tatsaohe, daae er eine Binvanderung naoh Australien 
fertig hatte I und dem linaati eeiner Irma vnrde er sehr zeitig 
(naoh etva ein oder sirei Woohen Haft) wieder entlassen • 
loh wanderte am 15« Desember 1938 i^ns dem Dentsohen Reiohi aus« 
Meine Iltem die veiter in Breslau lebten erst Bnde August 1941* 
In dieser 2eit, das genaue Datum veiss ieh nioht mehr reiste die Mutter 
meiner angeheirateten Tante mit ihrer Jungeren Sehvester naoh Breslau 
um meinen Blterm Lebensmittel am bringen« Meine Matter ervahnte spater, 
dass u.a. sie 180 Hier mitbraehte. Ausserdem Butter und riele andere 
Saohen , die für Juden damals sehver su erhalten varen« Se mesla 
reistte sie Ten lumberg naeh Breslau« 

Dieee Tataaehe und vohl auoh, dass ihre Toohter mit einem Juden 

rerursaohte die Oestapo eine betraohliohe Akte über sie amaulegen« 
Diese Akte vurde naoh Bnde des Krieges Ten IJ«S« Mitgliedern 
der Besatzungsbehorde an sie auageliefert« Ob sie 1 direkt 
Sohvi erigkeiten mit den B.S« Beordern hatte veiss ioh nioht« 

Haoh dem Tode meines Onkel kehrte meine Tarnte naohe Deutsohland suruok« 
Sie ist heute einige aohaig Jahre alt« 
Ihre AdresBs 



lelen Fessler 

Ton Soden Strasse 27 

D-90475 lurnberg/Bayem 



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Die Adresse | die ioh tUKr ihre Jüngere Halb-Sohvester und Viohte habe 

ist 
Bma Winter 

Gisela laralie (geb« Vinter) 
So^hnaolemstr« 34 
8$00 (alte Postleitsahl) Btumberg 50 

Tels 83<303 

(Der Madohennahme meiner Tante oder ihrer ungeren Sdhvester var 

Eerrmana« Den anderen veiss ieh nioht«) 



Herr Htmuh Ton Pif d»ii 



leh var Praktioant auf d«B **Jadiaolian Anavander^r Lehrgut C^oaa Braaaaa, Xraia 
Trebnita/ Sohlaaian Ton Maj 1936 bla cu »ainap luawandaruiig im Daaaabar 1938. 

HytwTlMf rtmagan ^ 




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Dia Idee daa Lahrgutea var una in dar Landirirtaohaft auaaubilan, Man hatta ainige 
Plana , daaa vir una artl. ala Oruppa in ainam Landa Sud-laarikaa anaiadal n konntan« 
Harr Ton ?!raadan var Laitar «Aauvandarungatalla im Auavartigan Amt*^ und hatta 
Srfahrung in diaaan Saoham. fr aohirab auoh u.a. ain Buoh "Tatu aiadalt im 
Urvald*. Binaa Tagea, daa ganAua Datum vaiaa ich hatta nicht mahr kam 
Harr Ton Fraadan naoh Oroaa Braaaan und hialt una ainan Vortrag. 
Harr Frita Sohvaraaohild, Bariin vmr unaer "finanarafarant**. Ala aolohar kmttmx zx 
und da 9T Mitgliad unaarar Kuratoriuma var, hatta 9r Tarmutlioh oftara ILoatakt 
mit Harm Ton Fraadam. 

Ala Tail ihrar "Aktion" hatta dia SS unaer Talapbona in Qtomb Braaaan aaratort. 
lUiiaiaM. Harm Sohvariaohild var ^b galungan aioh dar Verhaftung au 

antaiahan. Harr Ton Fraadan erlaubte ihm Tom aeinem offiaiallen Teleiihone 



im "Auavartigan Amt" meinen Vater in Brealau *■■■»■#— anaurufen um herauaau* 
finden vaa in Groaa Breeaen geaohahen var, da er direkt keine Anvort bekam. 
Mein Vater, vie in meinem Berioht ervahnt mietete ein Auto und fuhr mit meiner 
Matter, die 20 km na oh Groaa Breeaen. Genau vie lange Herr Sohvaraaohild in 
"Auavartigan Amt " Terateokt var veiaa ioh heute nioht mahr. 



M«ta VohlAtLtr 



frmxL Vohlaner H«lrAt«t# ror 1933 •ln«n Freund Minea Vaters, Paul Wohlauer. 

Sl# war uatar d«n I.S. aasetsan ••Ariarla** lach der "»oht argreif unf", genau wann 
weise loh nloht mehr, beaohloasen eie tind Ihr Mam eioh Sehetn Soheiden eu Ißaseen. 

Sie meinte , daee ale auf diese Welse ihrem Qeaehl besser helfen konnte, als 
mit ihp Terheiratet su sein. Paul Vohlauer war der Besltaer einiger Gebäude in Srax! 
Breslau. Vas genau aus Paxal Vohlauer wurde weiss loh nicht mehr, d.h. ob er 

natuliohen Todes starb oder deportiert wurde, weiss io h nloht. Jedooh 
weiss loh, dass Meta VohUuer wahrend aller Jahres des 9.3. leglmes ihrem 
Msnn und anderen Judlsohen Freunden Torsuoht hat, zu helfen« Als mein 
Tater Breslau Torlies, Hess er seine Akten über seine Firma bei ihr. 

Diese wurden spater seratort, da Meta Vohlauer in spateran Jahren des Krieges 
auf der 2jaiserstrasse(lame der Strasse wahrend der Velmar Republik und wohl schon 
Torher) wohnte, die wahrend der Belagerung der ''Festung** Breslau in ein 
Rollfeld umgewandelt wurde. 

Yen Russieohen Trupoen mlshandelt konnte sie nach dem Xrieg eine Bleibe in 
EannoTer finden. (Letste Adresse, die loh habe, HannoTer, dellertstr. 64} 



Dr. Haag Qniitin 

Dr. Hans Qutntin var, obwohl botraehtlioh imtg^r^ oia portonliohor Fretmd tmseroi 
Dirakotrs In Oroas Broosoa, Irof • Dr. Curt BoAdjr, den er wie irir allo sohr 
▼•rabrto^ Ia dm simaBiger Jahrm ( loh glaubo 1926) hatte er Frofl Bondy atdT 
•inar daaalo aahr abaadtaurllohan t Autofahrt bolgaitat, d.h. sio fnhraa Italion, 
Ljbian, BgjptOA, Palästina» Türkei, und loa dort ubar dan Balkan aaoh 
Doutsohland luruok. Br hatto Jura studiort und ontaehiodoni das« imtar dos 
B.S. Bogiiia koin *Baoht " aohr bostando. Br var an dorn Frojokt dos Lahrgutoa 
intarotoiort, und naoh oinom uraprtmglioham Boouoh bosohloos ar boi uns lu bloiban, 
mid uns allon zu holfon. Di^i Lahrgut anssta ainaal ia Monat dar Gostapo aittoi- 
loa, war auf dMt Lahrgut war. An diossa Btiehtago fuhr Dr. Quantin nach Broslau, 
abor kam aa naohston Tago viodar suruok. Sovoit ieh aioh orinnoro blieb er bei uns 

bis Baia 1938. Das genaue Datum veiss ieh nioht. 
Da mr nioht als Jurist arbeiten volltOi studierte er spater für die Geistliohkeit. 
Wahrend das 2. Weltkireges diente er in der Vahraaoht u&d waydarTT fiel in 
Italien in Britisehe Gef angensohaft • Baoh dem Krieg war er Pfarrer in Haaaenstedt m 
und moglioher Veise in anderen Platsan. Br starb Tor etwa 5 - lo Jahren. 
Seine Lotste Adresse vars 



Hupfelstr« 7 
D*34121 lassei 



Dr. B«at« Ko8»ola 

Z#ntrisi für IntiataitisiBiuiforsohmig 

T^ohnisoh« UnlT^rsitat Berlin 

Irst Reuter PlatB 7,9 

D-lo9S7 Berlin (TelfunekttihAiui 

Sehr geherte Dr. Koaaolas 

1. Bitte Tielaale vm Bnteehudigung, daea ioh eert jetzt Ihren Brief Toa 
17.9.97 beantvorte 

2, Wie geimnaohi Imgmjdaikxxxx aohioke ioh Ihnen eine andere Kopie xkau; 
aeinens Berichtes über dae Ka« Buohemrald und das Pronom dea 9/lo lorember 
193S. * ^ 

3* leh sohieke Ihnen auoh eine Kritik dea Buches Ton BaTid Ooldhagen« 
loh nehae an Sie haben Ton dea Buoh gehört, und, vakkaaheinlioh haben 
Sie es gelesen* loh aoohte susatalioh enrahnenf das Tm9r9 Gruppe 
Toa *Jud. Ausvandererlehrgut Gross Breesen ia September eine 
Zusamaenku2ift hatten, und daa wir ait dieser Kritik ia algeaeinen 
ubereinstiaaen« unsere Grupp o waren etwa 3o , die aeistens in den USA 
leben (einsohliesslioh Ihefrauon oder Numer), plus Herr Irnst Craaer 
(Axel Sp ring9T Verlag ) Ton Berlin, und ioh ,Ton Costa Rioa. 

4. Xs tut ar besondars leid, dass es so lange dauerte bis ioh 
Ihnen antworte, da Ihre Arbeit wohl seitbedingt iat« Mein < kleiner 
Betrag über Leute, die sioh selbst in t^fahr brachten ua Juden 
unter dea I.S, Regiae au helfen , liegt auf seperaten Blattern bei. 



9« Ia F^le, dass Sie air aaz in der Zukunft schreiben. Ich habe swei 

Terachiedene Adressen, die Sie beide benutsen kinnen. 

Bio APO Adresse ist eine USA Adresse, und nichts Ton Costa Rica 

aollte darin erscheinen« Für Post in den USA abgesohliokt braucht sie 

air inland Porto. Xs geht bei **dipl. pounoh ** Ton Miaai nach San Jose, CR. 



€• Bio Xndresul täte Ihrer ünterusohungen wurden aich sehr interessieren* 
Kit freundlichen Grussen« 



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über 2anb ftrelfte, bann raor er .qlütflid^ raie 
feiten ein ^enjd^. Unb anberfeit^, mit itjelc^em 
33erftänbni§ no^m er bie !t)arbietunqen ber 
^unft, bie er ^ier in 33erlin auf bem ©ebiet 
beg !^öeater§ unb ber ^ufif in reid^em ^ofee 
qeniefeen fonnte, in fid^ auf, raie nertraut roar 
er mit aßen ©rfd^einungen auf bem ©ebiete ber 
Literatur. 

T)iefe§ Öerrlid^e SJlenfc^enleben ift nun mit 
einem (Sc^la.qe oernic^tet. Slnfan.q Q'uli 50g er 
^inaug in§ gelb, nac^bem er mit ber i^m eigenen 
(iJemiffenöaftigfeit unb ©rünblid^feit bie ' mili* 
tärifc^e 3(u§bilbun,q burc^.qemac^t unb auc^ in 
biefem 3^irfunq^frei§ fic^ bie Slnerfennunq feiner 
^^[^orgef e^ten rierbient Ijatte. SDJef)rere ©efec^te 
beftanb er qlücflic^, bi§ iCjn am 14. 5(uguft fein 
©efc^irf ereilte. 

^ix, feine grcunbe, f:)aben unerme^Iid^ Diel 
an i^m oerloren, geblieben ift un§ nur bie 
munberfdiüne Erinnerung an biefen pröd^tigen 
SDIenfc^en. 

Dr. (Siegfrieb graenfel 



3ofep^ ttcuftoöt. 

(^^urlnötac.) 

2öie burd^ ein Ser^änqnig fd^eint ber trieg 
gerabe bie heften alg Opfer non im^ forbem 
gu rooHen. T)iefe ©mpfinbung, meiere uniS fc^m 
fo WufiQ überfommcn moUte, fo fe^r mir m^ 
and) innerlid^ bagegen fträubten, brfingte fc^ 
un^ tjon neuem unb im t)erftär!ten Wla^e auf, 
aU un8 bie ^ad)xxd)i traf, ba^ aud) 9ofe|)^ 
S^euftobt gefallen fei. ) 

Silur einem engeren Greife ber ^erbanbig* 
brüber wirb e§ möglich fein, bie @rf)mere beg 
5Scrlufte§ 5U ermeffen; benn fo fe^r er an bin 
ßielen unb SBeftrebungen unfereö 55erbanbei^ 
gegangen i:jat unb {ebergeit gu tätiger SO^itarbdt 
bereit mar, fo lag e^ bocti nic^t in feiner Sli-t, 
feine ^erfon in ben ^orbergrunb treten gu laffcrt. 

©efc^ö^t unb beliebt bei allen feinen ^unbel* 
brübcm fonnte er bei ber oorne^men 3«rüi= 






Haltung, bie er ftetiS bema^rte unb bie feinem 
innerften ^efen entfprang, bem tJoUen S53ertc 
feiner ^erfönlic^feit nac^ nur non bcn menigen 
ridE)tig gemürbigt merben, bie il)m im l^aufe ber 
3eit innerlid) na^e getreten maren unb benen 
er fid^ bann gan^ erfc^lofe. (Sin reidje^ 3^nnen= 
leben, norneömfte^, gartefte^ ©mpfinben paarte 
fic^ bei i^m mit ^ot)er Q^ntelligeng unb tiefem 
umfaffenben 5ä,Mffen. 39egeiftert oon feiner 2öiffen= 
fc^aft, ber p^i)fifalifc^en (S^emie, mar boc^ uon 
beginn feinet (Stubium^ an fein ^eftreben 
barauf gericl)tet, nidjt in einfeitiger gac^auö* 
bilbung auf^ugeljcn, fonbern fit^ eine allfeitige, 
umfaffenbe bilbung — inSbefonbere auf allen 
Gebieten ber S'Jaturmiffcnfc^aft — 5U ermerben, 
bk i^n befähigte, bie (Srgebniffe feiner Söiffem 
fd^aft in ^erbinbung mft ben leisten ^vac^en 
menfrfjlidjen ©rfennenö 5U fe^en. (Sc|ün in jungen 
;f]<a^ren t)eröffentlid)te er in ©emeinfd^aft mit 
feinem Öe^rer, bem frü^ nerftorbenen ^^rofeffor 
Slbegg in ^re^lau, miffenfdjaftlicl)e Slrbeiten oon 
bleibenbem Söert. '^lad) bem äußeren 5lbfd)lu6 
feinet ©tubium^ begab er fic^ ^ur meitercn 
Slu^bilbung an bie 3:ed)nifcl)e ^oc^fdjule in Siarl^* 
ru^e, roo er fic§ bem ^eroorragcnben i^ox\d)ex 
auf bem Gebiete feiner Söiffenfd^aft, ^^rofeffor 
^aber, anfdilofe. ^adj mehrjähriger praftifd)er 
äätigfeit al^ miffcnfd^aftlidjer Seiter einer 
größeren d^emifc^en gabrif fel)rte er ^u t^eore= 
ttfdjcv Slvbcli loieuer ^urüd, alö ^aber, ber in= 
gmifd^en ^ur Leitung be^ neu gegrünbeten Ä'aifer* 
Söil^elm^^nftitutg für p^t)fifalifc^e (Stjemie in 
^erlin^Tia^lem berufen morben mar, il)m eine 
^telle als ^O'^itarbeiter an biefer Slnftalt antrug. 
(Seine Seiftungen unb gä^igfeiten fanben l)ier 
ooUfte 2lnerfennunci. ^aber f'ucbte aucb ^rofeffor 
^aber, tro^bem 9'leuftabt einige 3^11 oor .^riegi^* 
auSbrud^ feine Stätigfeit am Äaifer^Sil^elm- 
^nftitut aufgegeben unb eine Stellung bei ber 
äuer*(SJefellfc^aft übernommen böttc, i^n ^u ben 
n)iffenfc^aftlid)en ^rieg^arbeiten, mit benen er 
fid) im ^2luftrage ber 9ieic§§regierung befc^äftigte, 
^erangu^ieljen, roa§ nur burd^ 9leuftabt§ ^ob 
oer^inbert mürbe. 

^m ^erfet)r mit feinen greunben mar 9leu* 
^tabt oon ^ergerfrifc^enber Slufric^tigfeit unb 
S^atürlid^feit; feine Sln^änglidöfeit an ^JJ^enfc^en, 
bie er einmal liebgemonnen ^atte, roor rü^renb. 
äöie fd^ön maren bie (Stunben, bie man mit 
Ö^ofep^ '^en\iabt oerbrad)te! Sllle feine Steigungen 
^engten oon bem ^öc^ften ^erftänbni^, bai ^eben 
in bem allerebelften (Sinne be§ Ä^orte^ gu ge* 
Hießen. Er fanb greube oor allem an ben 
(^cl)önbciten ber ^iatur: loenn er im hinter mit 
feinen (Sfiern in^ Gebirge fonnte, ober menn er 
im (Sommer mit ^reunben auf feinem fleinen 
^oot einen gangen (Sonntag auf bem S^affer 
oerbringen burfte, ober in ^errlid)en SBanberungen 



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Chor: Gesegnet sei, der da kommt im Namen des Herrn, 
preisen Dich aus dem Hause des Herrn. 



Vorstellung des Herrn Dr, Fessler 

durch den Vorsitzenden der Synagogen-Commission. 



Begrüssung des Rabbiners 

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4. 

Gesang des Cantors und des Chors, 

Caotor (Solo) : Ich erbebe meine Augen zu den Berten, von wannep 
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wird beschirmen Deinen Ausgang, von nun an bis in Ewigkeit. 

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II. aikibepfUcftt bei ^o()itj(|3 ober bauetnbem ^ufenüialt. 

§ 2. 
2Bcr im Q3c,>irf einer 5Relbebel)örbe (^j^elb stelle) feinen ^obnfife ober baiiernben 
^.?rufentl)ült nimmt W ji^ unb bie 3n feinem |)aii5ftanbe oebörcnben ^cr[onen. bie 
mit ibm ^nsicbcn, bei biefcr ailclbcbcbörbc (iU^elbciteUc) unter ^^Iboabe bcs ibni oon 
feiner biöl)crigen a^elbebebörbe (ä)ielbeftelle) erteilten ^nmelbefc^eines an3umelben. 

§ 3. 
Wii feinen 2öor)nf{t^ ober bauernben '2Iufentbalt im IBesir! einer äRelbcbebörbc 
(ITJclbcflcUe) aufgibt, bat [i^ unb bie 3u feinem ^ausftanbc gebörcnben ^erfonen, 
bie nIeiJ)3eitig mit ibm ibrcn ^iBcbnlife ober bauernben ^liif^nlbaü oufacbcn, \)d bei 
für feine bisberigc UUobnung äuftanbigcn iülelbebebörbc (iUiclbeiteUc) abäumclben. 

§ 4. 
2Ber innerhalb bes Serirfes ber Wolbcbcbörbc» (3[Helbc|tcnc), \n bem er feinen 
3Bobniife ober bauernben 9lufent^It hol, feine SBobnung roed)fclt, bat fid) unb bie 
3U feinem önusftanbe gebörcnben ^cifoncn. bie mit ibm umjicbcn, hti bcr SUJclbebc« 
höiDt (iUielbeUeilc) urnjumelbcn. 

~ 5. 




i« 4 i\t ein ^lufcntbai; 



2) U^erfoncn, bie mit anbercn «|}erfonen in Sßobnungsgemeinfcbaft leben, obne zv 
bcrcn 5au^3flanb 3U geboren, finb fclbitänbiö mel^epflid)tig. 

3) Unter „bauernbem ^lufentbalt" im Sinne ber §§ 2 b?« 
Don mcbr ah 3tDct aiionaten 3U oerftcbcn. 

§ 6. 
X>k ^Inmelbung (§ 2), bie ^melbung "(§ 3) unb bie Ummclbung (§ 4) mufe 

.U^elbebeborbe (aiJclbeftelle) biird) bie ^^(bgabe eines bem § 7 entfpred)enbcn metb^ 
fd)cm5 (^orbrude a, h, c) m gipetfacber, im ^allc bes § 1 ^ir&f. 2 in breifadier 5Ius.» 
fertiöuuö erfolgen. ' 



7 



c. ,: ^^ ^*^^ Jö^elbefcbcm (grof^cr 5Relbcfd)ein, ^43orbrud[c a, h, c> mu& oufjei bei 
msberigcn unb ber neuen yßobnung tolgenbe eingaben enlbalten- 

0) Ofamiliennamcn (bei grauen aud) ben (Scburtsnamen unb aat ben $Ramcn 
aus bcr'lct3tcn trüberen (£be): " 

5) S^ornamen viümtlid)e, ^Rufname ift 3u unterftrcid)en); 

c) ^amilienftanb: leDig, uerbeiratct, oeranto^et, gefd)ieben: 

b) ^erur nebft genauer ^Inyabe, ob felbftänbig ober ^ngeftellter, ?lrbeitcr ufro.: 

e) (Seburtcbatum; 

f) ©cnurtsort Slreis, etaat, (toenn ^luslanb), 
ü) Staatsange^oriafeit; 

viD y^ieltgicn; 

t) ob bie 3u m^lbenben ^crfonen fd)on trüber im JBeätt! ber 5rjielbcbebörbe (SRcIbe» 
ftelle) geujobnt baben. ©cnn ia, ipann unb too (Ortsteil, 8 trabe, Hausnummer): 
t) roenn oon 3kifen, Sßanberfcbaft ober Sd)irfabrt angemclbct: ieUtcn bauernben 
.X äS'^?"'^" (^trafic, Hausnummer), Ärcis unb ^i(x(x\ (ojenn ^luslanb;; 

1) Sßobmmg (Drt, Strafe. Hausnummer) ht\ ber legten ^erfoncnftanbsautnabme 
(10. Ottober leben ^cbres); 

m) ob bie 3U melbenben ^^Jerfonen im neuen SBobnort eigene SDSobnuna bcäiefien. 
aber bn n>em he in Hntcrmiete. <?<bioffteIIc». Diertft ober ju «efncö »oötiie« 



. 2). G^cleute unb.tbre bcn ö eidben $Ramen fubrcnbcn Htnber, fofcm fic unoeröet- 
ratet fmb. finb auf emcm ariclbeftfiemc 3u melben, im übrigen ift für iebc ^crfoa ein 
befonberer uRclbcf^ctn 3U ocrioenben. 

§ 8. 
Ofür ben 3n]balt ber äRclbung ift iebcr äTJelbepflii^tige (§§lbi5 5) ocronttDortlii^. 

3>cr äRelbepfli(btige bat, talls er nidit 'felbft Hauseigentümer ift, W oon ibm 
untcrfd)ncbe5ien afielbcid)eme bem Hauseigentümer ober beffen ißeauftragten mx Unter* 
f*nn porsulegen unb aisbann an bie aiielbebcbörbe (y^.Uelbcftelle) einsurcidien. 3ft ber 
Hauseigentümer eine iuri[tifd)e Werfen, fo finb bie SLffelbcfdicIne ber ocrtretunasbe* 
cc^tigten natürlid)en ^crfon ober bercn 33eauftragtcn aur Huterf^rift ooraülegcn. 

§ 10. 
Dur^ Ortspoli^eioerorbnung fann beftimmt ©erben, 
1. baf? für bie ^n* unb Ummelbung bcr im § 5 ^bf. 2 ijenannten ^l^erfonen ber 

Hauc>boltungsocrftonb nrilueTüntioortlicb ift, 
^- v?^'mWl^c5^^ HJ2cIbepflid)lige nid)t SBobnungstnbabcr (Hauptmieter) ift, biefet 
• bie Süfclbef^etne mituntcrfd}reiben muf], 

3. W^ bcr Hauseigentümer ober fein i^kauftragter bie 93?elbcf(beine (xx{ Stelle 
bes afklbepflid)tigen ber liUclbebebbrbe (a^iclbeflclle) ein3ureid}en bat, 

4. m% falls bcr Hauseigentümer ober fein ^Beauftragter \i'\t im § 9 porgcfd)rte- 
bcnc Unterfdmfr Dcruieigcrt. bcr a)?elbepflid)tine b^ro. aöobnungsgcber ben i^^er^- 
merf „llnletfd)rift peirorigcrf mit einer fur3en Skgrünbimg unb feinen ^Jiamen 
aut bic ai^elbung 3U fetien unb biefe an bie i/icibebebötbe — äJielbeftciie -- 
abäugeben bat. 

§ 11. 

^ lieber bie jmelbimg ift eine 33cfd)eimgunn an erteilen. TTls fold)e gilt bic S^^ 

y)cimgurig nadö ißorbrucf 1, falls nid)t bcr a)^clbcpflid}line eXw brittcs, im ^alle be« 

§ \,^^\K^ .?;» viertes etüd bcs 9Jlelbef(3&cin$ 3ur ^bftempeluna oorlcgt, bas ibm 
iju uberlafien ift. 

III. aWcIbepflii^t bei mcJjrfö^m 233ob«fi6<. 

~m .s5^.*^^!^"t"' '^y^ obne J}rcn bi^berigen SBobnfili aufsugeben, im S?c^irf einer arCtie^r^ 
^?cIbebfborbc einen mcitcren SBobufitj im einuc be^ § 7 5^(5tö. bcgrünbcn ober ^ur 
SlrbcUsajifnabme 2i?obnung ncbmcn. 3. 33. 8aifonarbetter, untcclieocn clw biofcm iUioim- 
ort ebciifaHs ber ai(elbennid}t nad) §§ 2 bis 10 unb baben bd ibrcr ait^-lbung eine 
pon bcr SJielbebebbrbe bes aftcn ^Bobnfitjcs nad) ^^orbrud f aebübrcnfref \\\ ertfilcr)^!» 
^^ciiDcincgung oaruber oorsuiegem oaö |ie am alten iiBolmort fbren 5Bobnfiü x(\^i 
aufgegeben baben. ^ 

§ 17 
. Kebciftcigt berj?lufentbajt in ©aftbäufcrn iifto. (§ 13 ^bf. 1) bic 2>auer oon 
Birei 9J(onatcn. i[t ber yOübnimssncbmer m6-, §§ 2 l^X^ 10 mclbepffidjtig. 3n bicfcm 
pralle bat ber SBpbnungsnebmcr binnen einer SBocbe narb bicfem 3citpunftc bie äiiel- 
buno mit bem ajelbcidieine na^ ilJorbrud a (§ 7) unter ^üngabc bes 3:afles bct' 
3uäugs bei ber il)ielbcbebi)rbc 311 erftattcn. 

33. SBcfudjsfrfmbe. 

§ 19. 
1) SBer in <x\Xi^extn als bcn im § 13 ^?lbf. i) be3cid)neten, bcr flcroerbsmälstg-n 
©cberbergung oon J^rembcn bienenben (fmrid)tungen poriibergebcnb sn ^efud)S3tDeden 
etn Xlntcrfommen besicbt, \)(xX Tid) bei ber ^JJklbebebörbe (ariclbcftclle) bes 23c[i'Ss. 
prtes anaumclben, ipenn ber Scfu^saufcntbalt bic Dauer oon sroei $ü?onaten über* 
f^i;eitet.3n bicfem jjraüc bat ber 2J3obnungsnebmcr binnen einer aßoAc nad) biefcn 
3ettpimnc bic ificlbung mit bem aiklbcfd)cinc nod) S^orbrud a (§ 7) unter Slnöaö? 
bcs 3:agcs bes 3u3ugs ht\ ber 5ü(clbebcbörbe au crftatten, ^ 

• • o?^ ?^i ^f Sefucbsfrcmbe bagcgcn leinen SBobnfiö ober \i<xX er feinen Sßobnftt 
tm ^uslanb, fo ift bic ^nmclbutig bur* bcn Sßobnungsncbmer obne IRüdfi^t auf 
bie Dauer bcs «lufentbaltes binnen einer ümod)c nacb bem 2:agc bcr aufnahm? nnt« 
Senu^ung bcs aiiclt)c|d)cines nacb 33orbrud a -- § 7 - 3U erftallcn ^^'"'^^"^^ "^"' 
• ^Ir?!? ^bmclbung ber na(^ »f. 1 unb 2 angcmelbctcn ^erfonen bat binnen 
emcr SBo^e na^ bem ^ortäug unter ^^enufeun« bes aRelbefcbems nai^i ^orbnid b 
(§ 7) au «folaeu. *w*uu v 



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Das nebengemmnte Kiiid 
führt vom I.I.I933 ab 
zusätzlich den judisohi 
Vornamen Israel. 
Breslau, den b.i^ebruar 
Der Litandösbeamte. 
In VertretuiTg. 
Unna ö eh. 
Die obere ins tiffliQung mit 
dem Hauptregister ;vird 
beglaubigt. ^ 

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ndes^eanite. 



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ipol^n^aft 



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erhalten l^abe. 



untörsclirlübon. 

^orgeIe[en, gene&mi^^t^b Neustadt. ^ 



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9er ©tanbe^beamte. 

Borger. 



3nJ3erttetuttg 



Gobühren 
Hm.0.30 böS 
G.L. 666^ 



3)a6 öorfte^enber ^u^aug mit bem 6eburtg-§aupt=9^egifter be§ 6taiibc§amt^ 
Breslau IV 



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gletc^rau^ub ift, t^^^^ermit befigtigt. 

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eibeamte. 




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in 



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geboren. 



2]ater: 



Max Haustadt, Kaufmann 



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Therese Irene geborene Feßler, 



beide wohnhaft in Breslau. 



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Sttnberungen ber Eintragung: 

den jüdischen Vornamen •'Israel'* 



Das Kind führt vom 1. 1*1 939 ab zusätzlich 



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, hen 19 •• 



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den jüdischen Vornamen "Israel** 



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y 



IN TW !'ATTEE 07 THE PKTTTION 
OF HERI-'AM NEUSTADT 



HO. 15706 



EQUITY 



IM THF CIRCUIT COURT FOR 
WASHINGTOII GOirflTY, MARYUND 



Upon conslrleration of the petition and affidavlt flled in this 



■M^ 



cause, it is, this \ t^ rtay of June A.D. WU, by the Circi^it Court 
for V:a3hin,ton Co^onty, r'aryland, In Equity, ADJUDGItD, ORDWD AND DECHTED 
that the naine of Heruann Neustadt be and it is hereby changed from Hermann 
T'eustadt to Harvey P. Newton, as prayed in this petition, ^^nd that the 
Said petitioner pay the cost of these prooeedings. 



• 





I HEREBY CERTIFY, that this is a^rue cop^of one of the records of Washington County, 
Maryland, having been recorded in C ^/ <-<^*-tj -^ /«^ /^ 

in the Office of the Clerk of the CircuiiCourt. m Testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe my 
name and afttx the Seal of the Circuit Court For Washington County, Maryland, this 



A- 



^ 



. day of 




Dennis J. Weöver/Clerk of the Circuit Court for 
Wasningron County, Maryland 



m 



3fraW"'*9 of Alpha V 




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Acu^-e^ 



The Society of the Sigma Xi 

DEVOTED TO THE PROMOTION OF RESEARCH IN SCIENCE 



BY THIS CERTIFICATE WARRANTS THAT 

HARVEY P. NEWTON 

WAS DULY ELECTED A MEMBER OF THE 

RUTGERS CHAPTER 



OF The Society of the Sigma Xi on 





THE 21st DAYOF MAY 



IN THE YEAR 



1951 AND IS FULLY ENTITLED TO 
ALL THE PRIVILEGES GRANTED BY THE 
CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS. 




CHAPTER PRESIDENT 




CHAP 



SECRETARY 



The Society of the Sigma Xi 

DEVOTED TO THE PROMOTION OF RESEARCH IN SCIENCE 





r('>*^ 



BY THIS CERTIFICATE WARRANTS THAT 

HARVEY P. NEWTON 
WAS ELECTED AN ASSOCIATE MEMBER OF THE 

RUTGERS CHAPTER 

OF The Society of the Sigma Xi on 



THE 15th DAY OF 



MAY 



IN THE YEAR 



1950 AND IS FULLY ENTITLED TO 
ALL THE PRIVILEGES GRANTED BY THE 
CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS. 










CHAPTER PRESIDENT 



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■•)v,uA .!(.,W..M 'A'i^ 



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CHAPTER SECRETARY 



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UrXJ 24, 1951 



Camp Detrick 

iTredcrick, I*lorj-land 



''k.T. :*firn.an S» Bear advicod nk: to ivrite to you 
to inquire whethcr you liave any openings in yourde- 

paruaaiit.. 

I cra rr^oel^7ln,; a Vh.u* oe^;;ree in soil^ this June» 
My graduöte minor is plant physiology and I Jbave a B,3c. 

in Ct^rDno:^^ irü:^ tlie Univc^rsitiy of Dela^/sro* 

I wci0 ocrn in Oerjiiicjny, bat sarTed 5 years in tne 
Ariay or the United States during the past war» I was re- 

tircd nz a int Lt* für ".voaaUü roccivcd 'vliile serving üs 
a Military Intöiligence Off icer in Europa • 



tiin3# 



I will be glad to come for an intervicr// at any 



Yery truly yours^ 



Harvey ?♦ Newton 

Heseercä Fellow 



June 1, 1951 



Dr» A* Q. NoiToan 

Ciiemical Corpa Biolojical Laboratories 

C DivLoxon 

Camp i^etrick 

i?\rederick, Maryland 

Dear Dr. Ilorziuin: 

I was sorry to learn that you do not soem to 
iiave an openin^: for me in your organi2;ation at tiiis 
time» I am enclosin^ a completoö forra 57 for yoixr in- 
foriaation. 

May I call your attention to tiie fact that I 
have done oons iderable vvork in plant physiolo^^y. My 
vvork in iTiicrobiolOj^y includes one ysar's course in 
bacteriolOi.^' and, a one torm course in 3oil microhiolo-j. 
The latter course was audited and is not sha;n on my 



4» W V# w« ^ \tL * 



Az nontioned before, I v/ill be very rXn6 to 
COIQ0 for an intervieiy if you desire« 



Very trnly yours 



Harvey ?• Newton 
Hosearch Fellow 



üinc 



CHEMICAL CORPS BIOLOGICAL LABORATORIES 

C DIVISION 
Camp Detrick, Frede rick, Maryland 



25 May 1951 



Mr. H. P. Newton, 
Department of Solls, 
Rutgers University, 
New Brunswick, New Jersey« 

Dear Mr« Newton: 

I have your letter of May 2k in which you 
inquire about the possibilities of positions in this 
Division, I do not anticipate adding to our staff 
in the near future a man primarily trained in soils, 
May I sugp^est, however, that you complete the application 
blanks accompanying this letter so that we may review 
your qualifications and have them available at a later 
time should the circumstances change. It is quite 
helpful to have an informal transcript or listing of 
courses taken» 

Sincerely yours, 

A. G. Norman, 
Chief, C Division. 

AGN/ps 



Weat ';^al.Aut Ho d 
Vi.ielund, Isw Jersey 




üaßiaesr: lai- ace nci ""iacemeiit Bc^rosia 
LtuivexRiby rf Del•:^v xe 



De 1 






raay tlif ni'G for y^ur lottor of July .11, a.iC yi. r 
oxioriiP oa i.rj oOiia.f, You ;^>robabiy r^ali;^^ that Islr Thowpsoa'c 
ans\v3j:' oO / ..r iet"''^r ,is bhc^ stauiard a..s^er tl^sj tilv^ ia nuc-. a 
caso, aao ..o re ii.y hi:*^ .o a on I.iav nuc . lauger rri>? oj.OcL. -aco ...i^:Iit 
talce. i'y ov/ \ Coä^Tj^'^S4^:aa;i "taiiß ;no "tii t it woi.ld ho're ;ii o-fclier 
tLx'er ii3><ith. It- renal. if3 to ^e .seci ho > correct he is, 

.>iace I t-i'-ed t.^ y^a I \i Vr^ nKv^n rvoveral coat-^^cts 
whi ch re y.roi'^iri g, i/at -^.Irm x r ^liody har offerel me : ;ositi)n, 
I '«All 1 let y.^„. 'c.i v^ ijf ijy cle- a c»^ x^.r Carni) De-öric"''' i.'^ coTMiietoc) or 
ix' I ' cccpt Ui otU'ea. ^üu, la t:.e nie- .i bime I will a; reci- te -aiy le-^d 
tiv t luvv cotjQ to your r-tLeiGion* 



'^ o 



lUn:;' 



Liiaa 



.( X^:^ m 



^•^ 



ery truly youra» 



X 



/ 



Harvey P. IJewton 



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A 





West Waiuut Road 
Viueiaad, New Jersey 
Juiy 5, 1952 




The Honoi'^ble T. Kiliot Hand 
172. Houee Office Builuing 

7;af5liin£5tou, D. C» 



lÄy de^'.r Co3v:rcsGriaa: 

This ±3 tu aciCiiüwiedge your lettor ox 

Juiy 1, 193^-. I very :xioh appreoiate your efforts on my oeiialf. 



iiiy iiio. 



I rexai'u somo correspOiidOiice I Xouud in 



Voiy tx'uly yours, 



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Harvey ?• tjev/ton 



T. MILLET HAND 

2d District. New Jersey 

(atlantic, cumberland, ano 
cape may counties) 



SECRETARYi 
MISS D. W. BRUNE 



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H^ouüt of iaepreäentatibe« 

July 1, 1952 



Merchant Marine and 

FiSHERIES COMMITTSH 

8UBCOMMITTSES: 
COAST GUARO 

Fish and Wiuoun 



Dr. Harvey P. Nevrbon 
17. V.^alnut Hoad 
Vineland, lieYi Jersey 

Lear Doctor Neyrt-on: 

I have been in contact with the 
2nd AiTny Headquarters G-ii Section and discussed 
your case vrith authorities there. I am told 
that it Y/ill take a mininuni of threo months 
before your security clearance is completed« 

I realize this seems a long tirne, 
but for highly secretive work, no Gtone is left 
unturned. I Imo-vv of ono inctance Y:here it took 
eighteen months to complete a security clearance. 
I v/as assured your case is progressing in good 
form, but thei-e just isn't any way to hurry it 
along» 

In three months, I will check on 
txhis again for you and I hope by that time all 
vdll be cleared« 

I am returning jour file Y/hich you 
left for my inspection. 

Sincereljr, 




M.C. 



TL'IHibfh 



PLEASE ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO 1723 HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING. WASHINGTON. D. C. 



West Walnut Road 
Vineiand, New Jersey 
September 29, 1951 



Colonel Theodore E* Ödland 

Fieid Ofxice of the Assistant Chief Cheriiical Officer 

für Material 

Camp Detrick, Frederick, Maryland 



Dear Colonel Ödland: 

This is in reply to your letter of September 4, 19: 
which I foand after my return from ßrazil. I wouid be very much 
interested to obtain a position with your Organisation and will 
be glad to come for an interview at any time you suggest, I enclose 
a completed form 57 in accordaace with your letter. 



Very truly yours, 



Harvey P. Newton 



CHEf'ICAL COiiPS BIOLa^lGAL L^BORATOItlES 
FIjiLD Oi'TlCii: OF THE ASSISTAIIT Cllli^r' CHii:i:iC;.L Ol-'x-IGEK 

FOPc mTEt{Iii.L 
Camp uetrick, i^rederick, Marylana 



Sept. 4, 1951 



Dr* Hc.rvey Newton 
i\gronomy L)ept. 
New Jersey ^gr. lixp Sta. ' 
New Brunsmck, M. J, 

Dear JJr. i^Jewton 

Your name has been saggestea as a possibility lor a 
Position \ve have vacant as agronoridst on aome special 
work in the Arni^^. If interested I should be glad to have 
yüu fill out and return the enclosea application form. 



bincerely yourö 




THSODOitE E. ODLATTD 
Colonel, Lohend cal Corp 



West Walnut Road 
Vlneland, New Jersey 
February 23 t 1952 




Dear Dr. Neals 

I wish to thank you for yo-r letter 
of February !• After reading it I presufiaed that your 
clearance also has not been accompllahed as you 
wrote froai New Brunswick. However, in the neantirae I 
got my doubts. Therefore if you have reported at 
Camp Detrick in the menntirae I would like your advice 
whether I should try to hyrry my clearance somewhat, 
I do not know whether I could do much about it, but 
I have some ideas I could try. 



Very stncerely yours, 



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Harvey P. Newton 




FIELD OFFICE 
SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO (»MMANDING GENERAL 
CHEMICAL CORPS MATERIEL COMMAND 
Camp Detrick, Frede rick, Maryland 



February 21, 1952 



Dr. Harvey P. Newton 
West Walnut Road 
Vineland, New Jersey 

Dear Dr. Newton: 

We had hoped your clearance would be completed by this time. 
However, it has not come through as yet. We are doing everything 
possible to hurry it along. You will be advised just as soon as 
it comes through. 



Sincerely yours. 




THEODORE E. ÖDLAND 
Col^nel, Cml C 



CHELIICaL GCIlPS BIOLOGICAL LAB0IUT0RI2S 
FIELD OFFIGE ÖF llIE ASSIST^I.T CHIEF GHELilGAL OFFIGER 

FOR kATERIEL 
Camp Detrick, Frederick, Idaryland 



October 31; 1951 



Dr. Harvey P. Nev/ton 
Ylest VValnut Road 
Vineland, N. J. 



Dear Dr. IJewton: 



Your personal history blank has been received and wall be 
sent in for clearance. I am inclosing a fingerprint card that 
should have been sent before. Please fill out and return. 

It is very difficult to say how long the "freeze" may last. 
We hope to be able to start filling a feiv vacancies soon. 

The work will consist of the general application of agronomic 
knowledge to grovving a few specific crops under various climatic 
and soll conditions. Some of the time will be used for research 
m crops. xcu v»ould be stationeu aL une place probably for three 
or four months at a time. 

I may be coraing to New Brunswick within the next two or three 
weeks. If I do, I will let you know and perhaps we can meet for 
an interview. 



Sincerely ycurs. 




1 Incl 



TtlECDORE E. ODLaI^ 
Colonel, GralC 



P.S. If you have already sent in a fingerprint card, please 
disregard this letter. 



Wo st Walaut Koad 
Viaelar.d, New Jersey 
Octoboi' 27, 1951 



CoIjjhu ThRO'Jore h\ Ödland 
Field Office ox the AssistMit Cüief 
Onainicai Oxiicer l'oi !/nteriel 
Bidg 42o 

G'unp Detricir, Frererick, M'-^ryinnd 



Denr Colonel Ödland: 

Enclosed ^'.y personal hißtory Icra Dr 393. 
, . ^^^^ y-^i i-^3t lettei, I presurrie that yoa 

wojid give iTK^ an appöinta.eat, provided the '»freeze" is over 
and I Irive u,y secuilty cle'U'9uce. I wo.ld apprecivte it very 
Hiucn ix I couxa ^^et an estin.rte froai you .s to now long this 
i;a^/ux I: ,;e, also ii possiLle I wouxJ iike to know, 't xe at 
lii geneiTx teriuS, whrt type jl work you wuulo expect a.e to do. 



' Very tiruly 'yours, 



H'TV'.^y p 



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CHEMICAL CORPS BIOLOGICAL LABGRaTORIES 
FIELD OFFICE OF THE ASSISTAMT CHIEF CHEMICäL OFFICER 

FOR MaTERIEL 
Camp Detrick, Frederick, Maryland 



October 23, 1951 



Dr« Harvey P, Newton 
Ylesit Walnut Road 
Vineland, N. J, 

Dear Dr. Newton: 

Your application has received a rating of GS-9. The next 
Step is a personal history form 39Ö, inclosed« Please fill this 
out and return. 



At present we have a "freeze" on new appointments but we hope 
we can begin taking on personnel again before long. 



Sincerely yours, 



1 Incl 




THEODORE E. ODUND 
Colonel, Cfiil C 



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CHEMICAL CORPS ßlOLOGICAL LABORATORIES 
FIELD OFFICE CF THE ASSIST^iNT CHIEF CHOiilCAL OFFICER 

FOR MATERIEL 
Caiiip Detrick^ Frederick, Maryland 



November 6, 1951 



Dr. Harvey P. Newton 
West irt^alnut Road 
Vineland, New Jersey 

Dear Dr. Newton: 



This will acknowledge receipt of your fingerprint card. 

Your attendance at the Soil Conservation Society meeting 
November 10 to 16, inclusive, will not interfere with my plans. 
I will let you know in advance if I find it possible to come to 



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Sincerely yours, 

THEODORE E. ÖDLAND ^'^^ 
Colonel, CmlC 



West Walaut Road 
Viri-^land, TJew Jersey 

Viael?iud, Uen Jersey 
Noveiuber 5, 1351 



Catoi^iFlTiTiim<^'ijö^qi). 'odland 
Field Office of the Issistaat Chief 
CiK^iiiicai Officer lor kateriel 
Cain^. Detxick, Fredeiick, ivlaryiaad 



Dear Colonel Of^l^nd: 

]V!y corr.pleted fia/^- i'print CTd is 
eaclos^d. 

1 välL ue fi^'d to me'^t you ei'cher in 
New Brunswick er C-iiüp Petrick. It is possible that I '.vili oe 
awny from November 10 - lo iaCLa..:iv.- to ttend t lO /ueetiag of 
thi:^ Goii Goaserv'tion Gociet;/. Ilovvovor, I have not decided yet, 
aad wouLü iike to knovy whethar t-iis will iateilar with your pians. 



Very siacerely jOuib 



Hax^vey ?• Mewton 



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FIELD OFFICE 
SPECIAL ASSISTATyfT TO COl^li/iANDING GENERAL 
CHaüICAL CORPS MATERIEL COMi^AI© 
Carnp Detrick, Frederick, Maryland 



November 29, I95I 



Dr. Harvey P. Newton 
Vfest Vnalnut Road 
Vineland, New Jersey 

Dear Dr» Newton: 

I have been notified by Colonel Armitage that the way is 
clear for your appointment as Agronomist for our project with a 
GS-9 rating. If you have not already received formal notification 
from our Personnel Section, you will get this within a day or two. 
The appointment will take effect February 1, 1952. 

Position. If there is .ßjiything I can do to help you in getting 
located here please let me know. 



Sincerely yours. 



cc-C.O., Edgewood Arsenal 




THEODORE E. ÖDLAND 
Colonel, CmlC 



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HEADQUARTERS CAMP DETRICK 
FREDERICK, MARYLAND 



GMLHE-GI>-CP 230.14 



429 
December 7, 1951 



Dr. Harvey P, Newton 
Solls Department 
Rutgers L^rdversity 
New Brunswick, Nev/ Jersey 

Dear Dr. Neivton: 

Reference is made to your application for employment at this 
Installation« 

There is a vacancy in the Gheraical Corps Ivlateriel Goinniand i'''ield 
Office, located at Gamp Detrick, for Research Agronomist, GS-9, 
$5060.00 per annum. VVe are pleased to inform you that you have been 
selected to fill this vacancy, subject to final clearance by cur 
Security Division. In this position you will be associated with 
Gol. Theodore S. Ödland, Special Assistant to the Gomm.anding General, 
Materiel Gommand. If you are interested in this position, it will be 
appreciated if you will notify us at your convenience as to whether 
you are willing to accept this off er of employment. 

lour necessary clearance papers are now being processed. As soon 
as tlnä Office is notified ohaL your ntjcüsaary preemployment clearance 
has beenaccomplished, you will be contacted and requested to select a 
date to report for duty at Gamp Detrick. 

Very truly yours. 



// Act»g. GiviLian Personnel Officer 



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caiDiB-cD-cp 230. u 



429 

December 7# 1951 



kr« Harrey P» Newtoa 
Solls Department 
Rutgers Uairersity 
New Brunswick^ New Jersey 

Dear Dr. Newtom 

Reference is iiade to your application for employment at this 
Installation* 

There is a racancy in the Chemical Corps Materiel Coomaivi Field 
Office, located at Camp Detrick, for Research Agronomist, GS-9, 
I5O6O.OO per annum. We are pleased to infona you that you hiave bee» 
selected to fill this Tacaacy, subject to final clearance by cur 
Security Divisioiu In this positiom you will be associated with 
Col. Theodore £• Odlaixl, Special Assistaat to the Coianandifig General, 
Materiel Coiamaud. If you are interested in this position, it will be 
appreciated if you will notify us at your convenience as to whether 
you are williiig to accept this off er of employment. 



Tour necessaxy clearance papers are now being processed. Äs sooä 
ms tili« orrio« is aotiried thai your necessary preemployment cieaianca 
has beaa accomplished, you will be contacted and requested to select a 
data to report for duty at Gansp Detrick» 

Yery truly yours. 



JOHN E. THOMPSON 

Act«g. Cirilian Personnel Officer 



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ß^r. Jühn E. TiiOiupsoa 
Civilian lersonnei Office 

Fred eri c>, ^ - ry iPi ad 



Vinexand, x'^ew Jex-sey 
Decen.üer 15, 1951 



Deal iri'. Ti.onr^son: 

^^iis IS 1,1 roi ly to ycr letter 
of Df-cohrüoi 7, 1)51. 1 am ^aaci to accei.t tue positioa 
a? Research A^ronomist, G^:-9, lor t..e Gheiidcai Oon s 

Colonol Odlaa'd hab liuiicated tu /i:e 
tn t iuy •■pi.GX^ita.ei^t SJiüald take ei'iect oa FeüruRi v i. 1 i5^^ 



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^ver 1 w(>,.iJ 1,3 abie t ) x'^: oz-t lor duty eamex, ix so 



■indly aye the above address in 
aay luture Cüii*aepoudeace. 



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ry ti'sxiy y0;xi-3; 



Ilarvey V. Jewtoa 



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)lO:iSi T.E. OdlBiid 



West Wainut Road 
Vixielaad, New Jersey 
December 15f 1951 



Ccioriel Theodore S. Odlaad 

Fieid Office 

Special Assistaat to Oouuaadiug GexiOX'ai 

CheL.Lcai Corps feteriel Com^nand 

Cariip Detrick, Fiederick, Maryla^id 



Dear Cüloxiei Odlaad: 

I was ple;.sed to receive youi- iettei- 
Ol :-oveniüer 29. in tlie irieuiitiaie, I iso i*eceived t.ie lormai 
notilication irom the personnel vSection, wnich was forwarded 
to roe fi'orr. New Braiiswick. A copy oX my reply is enclosed, 

The ietter fron] the Personael Section did 
not State any onte when I sho.^lo report, bat I presuiiie 
the Feijruory 1, ü^ite So-irKJs. 



Pm i I f^ ^rr^y- 1 «-»+ rs V»-w^iw ix? )- > p+ Vi o n T /-» r- I r5 

obtaia liviug ouai'ters on tne post, or whethor it wouid üe 
advisaule to inake arraaceirieats ia towu ^jrlox to iny i-epoitiiAg. 



I aiu very 

aad anxious tu start workiag. 



glad to accept this ^ositioii 



Very truiy yo ^rs, 



Harvey I. Newton 



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FIELD OFFICE 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO COMMANDING GENERAL 

CHEMICAL CORPS MATERIEL COMMAND 

Camp Detrick, Frederick, Maryland 



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December 20, 1951 



Dr. Harvey P« Newton 

West Walnut Road 

Vineland, New. Jersey ^ 

Dear Dr, Newton: 

As Colonel Ödland is out of town for several weeks, I am 
taking the liberty of answering your letter of December 15 wherein 
you State you have accepted the offer of a position with Colonel 
Ödlandes project« 

We will advise the Housing Officer you are interested in 
living quarters on the Post. However, there is a waiting list so 
it is to your advantage to be placed on this list as soon as 
possible. We will take the liberty of putting your name on this 

list« It WOuld be AdviSAhl». -in +.h<» noar» f*ii-»-»tT.« P^^ ,r/%,, +« i^ — 

a call on the Housing Officer yourself. 

Regarding your reporting date, we will check with Personnel 
and advise* 

Thank you very much for your reply. We will bring your letter 
to Colonel Ödlandes attention as soon as he returns* 



Yours very truly, 




VxiUX^ 



TERY W. MEYER 
Ist Lt, Gml C 
Administrative Officer 



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HEADQUARTERS CAMP DETRICK 
FREDERICK, MARYLAND 



CMLRE-CD-CP 230.14 



329 
December 26, 1951 



Dr. Harvey P. Newton 
West Walnut Road 
Vineland, New Jersey 

Dear Dr. Newton: 

Receipt is acknowledged of your letter dated December 15, 1951. 

It is satisfactory with this Office that your appointnent be 
effected on February 1, 1952 provided your necessary pre-employment 
clearance has been acccmplished by that date. Sinoe we do not know 
just when your clearance will be conipleted you are urged not to re- 
port to Camp Detrick until you are notified by this office to do so. 

If it is foxjnd that your Services can be utilized at an earlier 

date, and your clearance has been approved, you will be immediately 

contacted and requested to select a date to report for duty at this 
Installation. 

Very truly yours. 





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y^OHN E. TH(MPS£1N 
// Act»g. Civilidöa Personnel Officer 



CMLRE-CD-CP 230.14 



529 
December Z6, 1951 



Dr. Ha rvey P. Sewton 
West Walnut Road 
Vineland, New Jersey 

Dear Dr. Newtcai: 

Receipt is acknowledged of your letter dated December 16, 1951. 

It is satisfaotory with this Office that your appointment be 
effected on February 1, 1952 provided your necessary pre-employment 
clearance has been accomplished by that date. öinoe we do not know 
just when your clearance will be completed you are urged not to re- 
port to Camp Detrick until you are notified by this office to do so. 

If it is found that your Services can be utilised at an earlier 
date, and your clearance has been approved, you will be immediately 
contacted and requested to select a date to report for duty at this 
Installation. 






JOHN £. THOMPSON 

Act'g. Cirilian Personnel Officer 



FIELD OFFICE 
SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO COMANDING GENERAL 
CHEMICAL GORP,S MATERIEL COMMAM) 
Camp Detrick, Frederick, Maryland 



January IB, 1952 



Dr* Harvey P# Newton 
West Walnut Road 
Vineland, New Jersey 

Dear Dr. Newton: 

Lieutenant Meyer has shown me your letter of December 15 
and his reply, We hope that your clearance will be completec^ 
so that you will be able to start with us on the f irst of 
February, You will be notified as soon as this clearance is 
completed* 

I would suggest that you plaui on coaing here alone for 
the first few weeks while you are finding a place for the family. 









if a little time is taken in inaking those arrangements • 

Let me know if there is anything eise I can be checking 
for you before your arrival. 



Sincerely yours, 



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THEODORE E. ÖDLAND 
Colonel, Qnl C 



West W' inut Hoad 
Vinelärid, New Jersey 
Janu-.ry 3, 135^ 



fi'r. TiiOiiias 

M a s 1 . 1 1^ 1^1 c e x* 
Cauip Detxick 
Fre(:erick, karyiaud 



Dear IT. Thoiiias: 

I w s a(ivised to co it" et you ±o obtain 
OiÄ-.i'teis in ti.e B^jch^-^iois OMrixteis on the jvost. My tei^tative 
repoitiag d.^-^te is Februiry 1, 1 ■'32, "üd I will work with 
Coiüae.L O'Uric, Lt. J.W. I.eyer ii.foii.ied liie th t he tvr^s piaced 
my .'laii.e on y ...r waitia^-^ list, ai.d I v;o-^id aj^preciate Lo 
kuo\7 wlK-?t my cha,icei3 tire to ootain qu'-i'tei-s ci the ;^ost. 



Very truly youiß, 



Karvey P. :ie,vton 



UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 



BUSINESS GUIDANCE AND PLACEMENT BUREAU 



NEWARK. DELAWARE 



COLONEL D. M. ASHBRIDGE 
DIRECTOR 

MRS. GERALDINE WYATT 
ASSISTANT 



J\ily 11, 1952 



Dr. Harvey P» Newton 
West minut Road 
Vineland, New Jersey 

Dear Dr. Newton t 



As disoussed with you when you visited the 
Placement Bureau, I wrote to ¥x. John E. Thompson regarding 
the Status of your security clearance and in reply received 
the following letter: 

"We have been informed by cur Intelligence Office 
thixt Dr# Newton' s preemployment security clearance has not yet 
been completed« We have been unable to obtain any specific 
information as to when this clearance will be accomplished« 
We are holding the posi-cion of Research Agronomist, GS-9, for 
Dr. Newton. As soon as we are notified that the required 
clearance has been effected, we will contact Dr. Newton and 
request that he select a date to report for duty at Camp Detrick." 

Apparently they are working to complete your clearance 
and you should hear from them before too long. 



ery sincerely. 




(Mrs.) Gerald ine M. Wyatt 
Director 



GMV\r/dks 



HEADQUARTERS CAMP DETRICK 
FREDERICK, MARYLAND 



CIJIRE-BL-CP 230.02 



Gii;il/jb/3103 
Octobor 13,1952 



Dr« Harvey ?• Newton 
V/est -alnut Road 
Vineland, New Jersey 

Dear Dr» lle-vvton: 



Reference is made to your applioation for employment and subsequent 
corre spende nee relative to your proposed appointment at this Installation 
as Research Agronomist, GS-9, $5060,00 per annum. 

Since our offer of employment to you in Decei-iber 1951, this office 
has been awaiting a report on the proemployment invsstigation for you 
T;hich the Seoond Army Intelligence authorities have boen conducting» 
A satisfactory report on this investigation has now been received» 

As you will recall, Colonel Ödland initially requested your appoint- 
ment in Decerber 1951, basing his request on plans in effect for his 
pro je et at that time, Subsequent to this action, overall responsibility 
for this special project has passed from Colonel Ödland to Colonel 
Armitage at Ariiy Chemical Center, I^kryland* During the 1951-52 v/inter 
Operations and the 1952 summer Operations of the project, the per sonne 1 
needs have developed somewhat differently from those originally onvisionod 
by Molenei Ödland« Further, planned expansion in the Operations of this 
group has failöd to uLaooritilize. In view of the above it has oeen deter- 
mined that the need for an Agronomist on this project no longer exists« 
i"/e have looked into the possibility of assqgning you elsewhere on the 
Fest and have found that at the present time, there are no positions 
available for a person with the qualifications you possess» Accordingly, 
it is necessary to v/ithdraw the off er v«hich was extended to you. 

Needless to say, we sincorely regret that ev^nts subsequent to our 
initial contact with you necessitate this action« ;.e wish to assure you, 
however, that we are retaining your application in our active file and 
you will be given every consideration for appointmont to future vacancies 
at th:is Installation in any position for v/hich you are qualified. Je 
want you to know that we greatly appreciate the interest which you hav© 
expressed in our research program. 

Very truly yours 





ÖHN .:;. %IOI^S0K 

ivilian Perscmnel Officer 



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FIELD OFFICE 
SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO COMMANDING GENERAL 
CHEMICAL CORPS MATERIEL GOMMAND 
Camp Detrick, Frederick, Maryland 



April 15, 1952 



Dr« Harvey P. Newton 
West Walnut Road 
Vineland 6, N. J. 

Dear Dr» Newton: 

Thank you for your letter in regard to the status of your 
clearance, I checked with our security again today and they got 
in touch with the Second Army. Apparently the clearance is ready 
except for one report that is slow in Coming through. They were 
asked again to try to get this clearance through as quickly as 
possible. We were assured that this would be done. 

I am indeed sorry about this delay and I know how you must 
feel, We will continue pushing this as much as possible, I an 
hoplng that this will all be cleared up v/ithin the next few days. 
Rest assured that we will get in touch with you as soon as we get 
something definite. 



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Sincerely yours. 




THEODORE E. ÖDLAND ' 

Colonel, Gml C 






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West Waiaut Road 
Vineland, New Jersey 
April 10, 1952 



Coioaei Theodore E. Odlaxid 

Fieid Office 

Sp^^cioi As^istriut bo Com /and i .r Ganeral 

ChoLiicni Oorps Fateriei Conii.iaiid 

Caiap Tetrick, FrenoricV, l aryx-^.d 



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Dear Coio.iel Odlaad: 

I like to pass the xoiiowing iuxoxaiatioii 
un to yooi« In vievv ox the exteuded peiäod 1 hRve to wait for 
u^y cieax-aace, I f^lt justified in riiakiag aa ianairy about iwy 
case througii a persona^, frieiid in Coagress, Th^ iiüpressiou 
I nr.ve as a xvjsuit ox thit. iiiQ^xiiy is that very little wuxk 
has ueeu corie oa iny case. Of couise this ±nij.ressxon cguIG te 
üd.'takeni üut oae of the two ofiicers worAing oii my case üL -ted 
th^t tlie h''c\ ./uso iüore work th^n tiiey coalri keex) .*p with. 
To the best of L:y kao.vled/re ^o rnenticri 'vas raa :e of any ja^ticulai- 
diffjcultieB ia iavestigati ig me, 

It Uiay Le uorie cf my busiaess to iiave fae 
foilov.ia^^ i ifor:riatioa, aad it r^ay De nvaliabie to you anyway, 
The ^f-i-icers woi-kiatr o.. »wy c^se aie Yliieute la .t-s Keedei^ aud 
KumaeTDi, Gr-2 sectioa, He .dq>axters Secoad Ax'iTjy, Fort George 
G. Meaae, ka^yi ^idr/ 

I tho.tg.»t tiiis iafji^äiatioa co^xd ue 
hexpfui to yju iii cj.&e yoa vvith to cxex't lay adcitio.i.al 
prosraxe to have iny cieaaace couixieted. 



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siucere4.y y9ui's, 

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Harvey P, Newton 



College of Agriculture 
New Brunswick, N« J. 
February 1, 1952 



Dr. Harvey Newton 
W. Walnut Road 
Vineland, N. J« 

Dear Ilarvey: 

I talked with Colonel Ödland by telephone yesterday. 
He asked me to teil you that clearance for you has not yet 
been completed« I got the Impression that he thought this 
activity would be completed soon. I'm sure you hope that it 
will be« 



Very truly yours. 




0. R. Neal 



GJtÜÜl^JlUAL UÜKPö BIOLOaiGüL LüBÜKATOKlKi^ 
FlillLD Ui^'iJ'ICii; 0]?' Ttmi AbblüTANT CHIEij' OJriEMIÜ^iL OJj'i^'IüÜK 

iJ'OH Iv'iATERIEL 
Uamp Detrick, i^'rederick, Maryland 



October 1, 1951 



Dr« Harvey P. Newton 
V/est Vi/alnut iioad 
Vineland, New «Tersey 

Dear Dr. Newton: 

Thank you f or submitting your application form. 
This is being evaluated and we will keep in touch with 
you. 



oincerely yours, 



ThKÜDÜKE Jü. ÖDLAND 
Golonel, OmlG 




West Walnut Road 
Vineland 6, Hew Jersey 
March 3$ 1952 



Colonel Theodore £• Ödland 

Held Office 

Special Assistant to Coamanding General 

Chemical Corps Materiel Comniand 

Camp Detrick, Frederick, Maryland 



Dear Ooionel Ödland: 

Tour letter of ?ebruary 21, 1952, did 
not reach me until today, I realized when I accepted the 
Position that my clearance aight take some time as it is probabl 
ilfficult to iavestigate my personal history prior to 1940, 
and also ay recent visit to Bni7Al might raise some doubts« 
On the other band I know that at leaat until 1944f when I 
received ray cooniiesioa in the Amy, I was investigated 
repeatedly by various ageneies. Naturally 1 do aot expect any 
detrimental information to tui-n up in this iavestigation, and 
I aiü quite anxioua öo n-ve it coiüpleted. Therefore I wonder 
whether a personal iaterview with a aeaber of your security 

«si Ä/*f •» /Av» />-!« ^-P "t-ViÄ -i <o trö o-f -i r.*.3-f 1 n er 'jt rtoimvr uii ijrVii; anAA^ "tlllfliirÄ. 

If you beiieve it vjoald help, coald you anfange for such 
an interview ? 



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CLIFFORD R. HOPE 

FIFTH DiSTRICT 
KANSAS 

GEO. L. REID. JR. 
SECRETARY 



COM MITTEE: 
AGRICUL.TURE 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. U. S. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



April h, 1952 



Dr» Harvey P. Newton 
West Walnut Road 
Vineland 6, N.J. 

Dear Friend Newton: 

I had not heard f rom the people at Fort 
Meade with ref erence to your application, so this 
morning I called them again. 

Lieutenant Reeder told me that the delay 
was due to the fact that they just had more work 
than they could keep up witli. He did, however, 
promise to attempt to huriy the matter along and 
I thought I should pass this inf ormation to you. 

VJ'ith kindest personal regards, I am. 



Yours very sincerely. 




GLR:ym 



FIELD OFFICE 
SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO COMMANDING GENERAL 
CHEMICAL CORPS MATERIEL COMMAND 
Camp Detrick, Frederick, Maryland 



March 13, 1952 



Dr« Harvey P, Newton 
West Walnut Road 
Vineland 6, New Jersey 

Dear Dr. Newton: 

Replying to your letter of March 3, we conta«ted Intelligence 
and asked if a personal interview would help expedite your clearance, 
They said an interview would not be of any help. Everything possible 
is being done to hasten your clearance, but the fact that you were 
born in a foreign country, have changed your name, and have traveled 
in several foreign countries, makes it rather difficult to complete 
their investigation and consequently it may require considerable time 
to clear you, 

We will continue to do rverything we can to help you and hope 
you may so<^n be a^»!*» +"^ fairo -n-rvti*» r^l«»r>A ■?*% ^«•« ^«.^«•,4-,«^.^ -.-, 

Sincerely yours. 



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Ootober 15, 1952 



The Honoiv-^ble T. Millet Hand 
1723 House Office Building 
Washinijton, I)« C« 



■y daai" CongroBonaari: 

It WPS a {i^reat ple^isure to receive 
your letter ot October 9, i952> and I wish to thar.K you 
agaiii for your riforts* I espficially ap^xeci^te it tnat 
you foliovveu up ori my case without fsn adäxtionax request 
on my p>^ri;, Tour letter is the firet xndication I rcceived 
coaoernlfifr the oor«pl3'.i „r: of n^ clearance* 

fhea I realijsed that my clearaace _ . 

woald be coaaiderably ielayed I accepted a poeition in 
priv;ate in»1aeti^y, thus I aui nct veiy concerned at the present 
time thf^t I am apt neücled tor the project I was to work on. 
However the cGflcpetioa oT my cleararice should Ciake my aeihricea 
avÄÜable. if s.n eisert:encv arißes in the luture. 

'' I am still concerned about the efficiency 

and fairness ot our aecurity-loyaity cleaiance System, and 
I hope you will keep casea üKe ü-y o*a ia iiiad when considering 
future legisiatiOiA on this subject. After all it toc-^ about 
one year to clear aei and ay aervlces could iiave baea vital 
to the govemment, or I could have atarved waiting lox* oy 
clearance to be conpleted. 



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Toui^s very siaoerely, 



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(atlantic, cumberland, ano 

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8ECRETARY: 

MISS D. W. BRUNE 



ton^vtfisi Ol ttie Winitth Mattö 

9lbu(||{ngton, 9B. C 



Merchant Marine and 
fi8herie8 committec 

SUBCOM MITTEES: 

coast guaro 
Fish ano Wilolifs 



October 9, 1952 



Dr. Harvey ?• Newton 
¥• WäLnut Road 
Vinelandj ^ew Jersey 

Dear Doctor Newton: 

Since I have not heard from you 
slnce July, I again checked with the 2nd Amy 
Headquarters conceming your security clearance« 

I am told it has been cleared, 
but unf ortunately the program f or which you were 
going to be hired has bogged down completely» 
Since you have been cleared for this highly 
specialized work, you will of course be actively 
considered for anj openiag where they can use you« 
Perhaps you have already beer^ so advised» 



further« 



Let me know if I can help you 



Sincerely, 



M. C< 



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PLEASE ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO 1723 HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING. WASHINGTON. D. C. 




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OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT CHIEF OF STAFF, G-2, INTELLIGENCE 

WASHINGTON 25. D. C. 



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Lt. Harvey P. Newton, CMP (Ret) 
West Walnut Read 
Vineland, New Jersey 



Dear Lieutenant Newton: 

Reference is made to your letter of 20 July 1952 con- 
cerning the delay in granting you a security clearance, 

I have inquired into your corr^laint and I assure you 
that Steps have been taken to complete your case as ex- 
peditiously as possible. 

I know that you will appreciate the fact that the 
Department of the Army is making every effort to expedite 
clearances that are pending in cases such as yours» 

Sincerely, 



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U. General, GS 
A. C. of S.; G.2 



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Lt. Harvey P. Newton, CMP (Ret) 
West Walnut Road 
VLneland, New Jersey 



Dear Lieutenant Newton: 

Reference is raade to your letter of 20 J\i3y 1952 con« 
cerning the delay in granting you a security clearance. 

I have inquired into your cowplaint and I assure you 
that Steps have been taken to coraplete yoiir case as ex- 
peditiously as possible. 

I know that you will appreciate the fact that the 
Department of the Army is making every effort to expedite 
clearances that are pending in cases such as yours. 



Sincerely, 



(Sgti.) A. B«BöHing 
A. R. Bolllng - 
■ t. Generali (SS 
A. C. of S., G-2 



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'' Eev. 1-4-40 

RETURN RECEIPT 

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number of which appears on the face of ihis Card. 

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T]^IS/Pji:NlAGON, WASHIUGTON 25, D« Cn 
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ly dear (Generals 

May I take the liberty of writing to you 
as I believe I have a valid complaint, which I like to »ubnit 
to your consideration and possible action. 

I accepted a poeitlon ae Research Agrononietf 
0S-9f with the ü.S« Army Chemical Corps at Camp Detrick, 
Trederlckt Maryland • The underatandingt when I accepted this 
Position, was that I would Start there oa February 1, 1952. 
I coopleted my "Stateuieut of Personal History" (DD Form 398) 
on October 28, 1951» At the writing of this letter I have 
not received any type of security clearance for this position« 

While I realiae the importance of security 
in this connection, it is my understandiog that many people 
have st rted to woi'l: at tais instal^ation with a teaporary 

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I have been able to obtain, that I will not be allowed to 
Y/orl: there until a complete background iuvestigation has been 
completed» I kuow that tue fact that I am foreign-bom, and 
tn.t I spent three ikonth in Brazil prior to accepting this 
Position inight cause the investigators soae difficulties« 
However, I have spent practlcally all ay adult life either 
as a member of the U«S« Army on active Service er as a Student 
on an American university« I believe that my past sefviee 
in the Army and my present Status should entitle me to some 
considei*ation« 

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' The following data are a brief suminary of my 
Service in the Army of the United Statesi 

Volunteered through Selective Service and inducted, May 24, 1941. 
Service in tho 176th Infantry Regiment (29th Div*, HDW, Infantry 
School) until sarnrner 1943» ASTP# 

CoiDiTiiseioned Second Lieutenant, AUS, «?esii?ried to the Militnry 
Intelligence Service, at Caai^ Ritchie, Maryland, on June 18, 1944, 



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3rd Aray, 29th and lOOth ÜTitlon. wJl&Mttf^'ko* 

lovoMber 30» 1944* 

S^rvlo« wlth tha Sitay Prisoner of War Infcrvation Buraauy 

Office of the Frovork Baikkall dantralt until the and o£ 1943t 

Ratirad aa Ilrat Llautenanti OHPf AUSf for diMbility oa 

April 2» 1946 t 

Appointed llrrt Liautananty Honorary» AUSf oa Vabruary 27» 1947« 



Baapaoiftaiy yourat 



Harvay y. Kfewton 

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Retirod Ofricars ASöociatioa 
1616 Eyo llreot, l].Vj. 
H'iShia^jton 6, D. C. 



West Walnut Road 
Vineland, New Jersey 
June 16, 195^ 




Sear Major Sta^uiisj 

T!.i6 is junt to teil you thrt your 
aiid Aß.iii^'l ruivhy'8 ndvice r s of dei'iaite help, I talked to 
Coloiiol Kinc, tijc Executive Ofiicer to the Chief Chei:,icrl Ofl'ioer, 
who told irie tiv t I get a corui-iete bdc'kjrouad investig-tion, wliich 
ffiirht tvke until tho e:id o^ '..iis year. Thu. siioalö you coß.e 
across the circuiar Cüncexain,:; an opening for an agronomist 
(oi soll scieatist) , I woald ap reciate it to lc*o\v Lout this 
positioii, 

kany tiiaa-cs .cifTam lor your f^ssiöteace. 
Very truly y^u rs. 



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FRBDERICK, MARYLAND 



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June 14, 1951 



ilr. Harvey ?• Newton 

Solls Dept,, Rutgers University 

New Brunswick, New Jersey 

Dear Mr. Newton 



Receipt is acknowl«dged of yoiir application for employment 
at thia inatallation and you haire received an eligible r&ting 
aas 

Agronomist 

You will be 00ns idered for poasible appointment to iraoanoiee 
in the type of position for whioh you applied in accordaaioe with 
•xisting Civil Service Comniission requirements« 

Very truly yoi2rs. 



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BERT C» Mc! 
CiTilia2]n%'sonnel Off leer 



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23 May 1951 






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Photos sent by Harvey P> Newton 

1. Sommerlager, Gau "Schlesien", Schwarzes Fahnlein. 

Jahr ??(35, 34 or 35.) Fahne des Gaues. Schelsichser Adler. 

Wache vor der Fahne. I have no negative for this one. I am not even 

sure, I was there. It could be soaeone gave these to me afterwards. 

Location :: I belive , near the Schelisier Talsprre, but 1 ce> uld 

be mixed up# 



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2. Same as above. 1 beiieve boy in froni is "Zwerch", but 1 could 
be wrong. (esp. if 1 really was not there) (Zwerch, Kans Fabisch, 
brother in law of Yogi hayer. 

For the following, J problably could produce the original negatives, 
if you want any of these, and the copy is not suitable for reproduction 
While I have not checked it for years, I beiieve I still have 
all my negavites since 1936, 

3. Riesengbxrge, hoher alsdie Baumlinie ,( etwa 1000m ) 
4» Ries enge bierge , etvm 1000 m Hohe, im Winter 

5 A & B: Selbe wie 4. 

6. Wie 4» 

7. Wie 4. Wahrscheinlicn Nahe Krumhubel. (Vermutlich die anderen auch). 

8. Reisengebirge (oder ist es Gebierge?) Baude Schlesierhau s ? 
im V/inter. Aufgenommen auf einer Skitour von der Zackelfal Ibaude 

über ds Seh ei si er haus zur Gr. Schneegrub enbause, d.h. wenn-- ich mich 

richtig erinnere und meine lokale Geographoie richtTg ist. 
9* Schegrubenbaude im Winter, 

10. Teil der Gr. Schneegrube (V/ohl vor üer Baude aufgenommen.) 

11. A & 3 cc C: Auf dem Kamm im v/inter. (V/ohl zwischen diesen Bauden) 

12. Waldschneise im Winter, oberhalb der Zackelfallbaude (12 A & B) 

13. HPW beim Ski reinigigen. Im liinterfrund ist die Äackelf allbaude. 
(oberhalb von ICrumhubel, wenn ich mich richuig erinnere) 



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17. Der Käse Böhm vor der iülizathkirche am Ring. Soll heute nicht 
merh sten, d.h. diese kleinen Gebause) 

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HERMAIJN NEUSTADT . 



To whom it may cone^mt 

Hermann 1 «uetadt has been worVing undar me at Hyda 
Farmland 8 for mora than a year* He ia a boy of excellent character and haa 
an excellent mind« 

Hö haa had exparieuce in Joultry, General Faming and aoire 
Dairy experience« 

Hermann has improred irwaendoualy and wae one of my beat boya 
the Ir st aeveral monthe« 

He is the type of boy who does not lock streng but really ia 
and can do hie werk and do it well. 



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BURKEVILLE 
Virginia 



April 4th 1941. 



HERMAIniN NEUSTADT. 



To whom it may concernt 

Hermann Neustadt has been working under me at Hyde 
Farmlands for more than a year. He is a boy of excellent character and has 
an excellent mind. 

He has had experience in ßoultry, General Farming and some 
Dairy experience. 

Hermann has improved tremendously and Y/as one of my best boys 
the lest several months. 

He is the type of boy who does not look strong but really is 
and can de his work and do it well. 

He is very dependable and I can recommend him highly. 




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das ohcrislelieudo laclilhild dari;est<'llte Person ist und 
die daninler horindliclie Unterschrift eigoidumdii; \ oll 
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Horüianri Neustaat, geb« am 4. IC» 19 20' in Breslau, 
hat sieh vom 24*5. 36 bis zun 13.12.38 auf unserem Lehr- 
gut lals Inndwirtseh^ftilcher Fr*^l<tikant betätigt* 

Er wurde in dieser Zeit Tiit sä^tliehen in unserem Be-^ 
trieb vorhoinnfienden lundwlrtsehaftll^hen Arbeiten ver- 
traut geiiaoht und ausserdem, in unserer Gärtnerei und 
Schmiede beschäftigt. 

Herrreinn Neustidt hat sich Tilt t^roSeTi Interesse und Ver* 
stänanis in den landwirtschaftlichen Beruf hineinge-» 
arbeitet, für den er .eut geeignet ist. Er zeichnete 
sich in der Arbeit durch ZuvarlässigkeJ t 'lus. 

Er varlästit unseren Betrieb, u^ g^meinsan -nit einer 
Gi-of^-Breebtner Gruppe nach Ättstr>illen ^duszuATjrxlern. 



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Hiermit bescheinige ich, dass liermann Israel Neustadt , 
geb. am 4. 10. 1920, vom 24. 5. 1936 bis zum 13. 12. 1938 
auf dem Judischen Auswandererlehrgut Gross- Breesen als 
landwirtschaftlicher Iraktikant taetig gewesen ist. 
Gross- Breesen, den 2. November 1939. 




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STICHTING JOODSE ARBEID 

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Postgiro: 249.100 

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WERKDORP, 8. ?^ov#mb#r 1939 



G#tttig»ohrift 1 



Hlermede verklären wij dat da heer 

Herma?!« Neustadt 

op One la^dbouwbedrijf Is werkzaam vanaf E« Jaf«uarl 19Ö9. 
HiJ hatft In die tljd getocmd een aar^ger»aam me»^sch te 
zljn die zljii leartljd hier doorgebracht aeer goed ba- 
nut heaft« 

Zljn werteaamü^iadan habbar^ bastaan ult alias wat 
voorlcomt ir» bovangainoamd badrijf* HIJ haaft goada rou- 
tlna i« hat omgaan mat paard«!i an varsohillenda land- 
bouwmachli^as# 



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Yarder la hij aan goade ki^cht in handarbald, als 
hat makan va^^ grappals er slootan» kun s tmestzaai an | 
alla oogstwarks^aamhadan anz« 

WlJ Icunnan niat av^dars dan da haar **eustadt blj 
balanghabbande'^ te*» zeersta aanbevelen« 



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WERKDORP, 21 r.ovemher 19o8 

POST MIDDENMEER 

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Uw schrijven van 
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Hermann Teustadt 
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WiJ hebben hat genoegen ü mede te deelen, dat 
U ingevolge bealuit van de Stiohting «Joodse Arbeid" in het 
Wepkdopp Nieuwe slui 8 opgenomen kunt worden* 

U bent verplioht, Holland weer te verlaten, 
indlen U het 'J\rerkdorp na het beeindigen van de opXeiding of ook 
voordien Kta definitief verlaat* 

ü gelieve zoo te reizen, dat ü 16 Decernber 

S morß:en8 Vroe^ in AmatA-r/lfim hAnt. ^r^t^A-vu rr onv.V/%m-l- ^^14^^^ ^ 

zieh bij ona se»retaria«t, 's Gravenhekje 7, te melden. 



GEZIEN 

De Burgemeester van 
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Kieriiiede verklären v/ij , dat de Heor 



op ons landbouwbodriif v/enczaaT. is c^eweest vanaf 
2 Jariuari 1939 'tot p Januari 19^0. 

Hij heofo in dien tijd r^etoond een aan[j;enaaia 
nensch te zijn, die aijn leerti.jd, hier doorgebracat, 
aeer ^'oed beuub hoef"b. 

Zijn werixzaaiihedGu hebben bestaan uit alles, 
v/at voorr:oi.;it in bovenr;;enoe::id bedrijf, als heb naicen 
van slooten en Q-reppels, xomstnest zaaien, wieden en 
verder alle ooß'stwerkzaa'iilieden» 

Tevens iieeft liij reods een goede routine in heb 
omgaan net pa.xrden en verschillende landboiw/imchines . 

Wij riunnen niet anders dan den Heer ITeustadt bij 
belanghebbenden teil zeerste aanbevelen. 



25 Februari 19^1. 



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8d^ulort)nung. 



^IClc Gd^ülcr unb 6d;ülcrimien fiiib Dcrpflid)tct, bic 6d)iüc rcciclmäfjici 
311 bcfud^cn. 

3ft ein il^inb bmd) 5^raiif[;ctt ober aiig anbercn (unt>crnicibnd;cn) 
(Brünbcn i)crl;inbert, am Htitcrnc^t lcif3uuct)mcn, fo inufe btcö bor 6d)iilc 
al^balb angc3cigt it>crbcn. 

Urlaub inu^ öor^er beantragt iDcrbeit. 

Hncntfd;ulbigte^ ^c^Ien tft ftrafbar. 

(Störungen beö Ilnterrid)tg ftub t)crboten. 

9^üdfprad)cn mit bm l?e()rcrn bürfeu nur aufeerr^alb ber llnterridjtg= 
ftunben ftattfinbcn. , 

^ünfd&c ober '^efdjtoerbcn ber ör3ie^ungöbered)tigten finb 3unäc^ft bei 
bcm 2c\)Yev fclbft Dor3ubringen. 

"^enn feine (Einigung er3ielt iDirb, ift ber (Sd&uüeiter an3urufen. 

^eleibigung be^ £e^rerg loirb gerid)tlicl^ t^erfolgt. 

0ie (gr3ie]^unggbereciötigten muffen bie unentbel)rri($en i^ernmittel bef d)af f en . 

€)d)nk unb Qau^ foEen einträd)tig bic ^r3ie[)ung förbern. ^a&er finb 
bie (gr3ie^unggbered)tigten t>erpf[ic^tct, i^re i^inber aud) au&er^alb ber Schule 
3U gefittetem 'betragen an3u^a(ten. ©aft^äufer unb öffentlid)e '^kM-gnüguiigö» 
ftätten bürfcn bie 5linber nur in '^Begleitung ber (Altern ober (ErU)ad;fenen, bic 
il)TC (Stelle Vertreten, befud^cn. (Eg ift ferner 'ocrbotcn, auf ©trafen unb 
'T3Iä^en SIDaren fei(3u^alten, auf ^^af^n^öfen unb anberen ^l^crfe^r^orten 
^ienfte an3ubieten unb bei 6d>uifte[(ungen mit3uü)irfen. 5)er ^^efud; ber 
l^id)tfpiele unb ba^ 2cfen im Qau^c finb 3U übenr>ad;en, um bie ^inber i)or 
bem öerberblic^en (Sinfhig ber 6c^uubfilme unb (5d)unbfdöriftcn 3U beü)a^ren. 
•^or bem (BenuJ3 Don "^Hfo^ol unb 3!abaf finb fie ftreng ^n bel)üten. 

^inber unter 12 ga^reii bürfeu it>eber in ^erf ftätten nod; im §anbel^= 
unb 'iöerfel^rggelTJcrbe befd)äftigt iperben, ältere S^inber nur, folDeit c§ baä 
5Tinberfd^u^gefet3 gcftattet. 



■»••'■ ^ tm ii n ««" 



2 



^'-Bci Umfcf)ulungcn mufe baS> ^inb abc|cmcfbct luib bcr neuen ^d)uk 
fofort 3ugcfü5ft locrbcn. Hnentfc^ulbigte "i^erfäumni^ ift and) in bicfem 
Jcille ftrafbar. ^ug bcr 6d^u(pflicf)t cntlaffcn u^crbcn nur bk ^inber, bie 
ad)t 3^^rc lang bie 6c^ule bejud^t unb bk crforberlic^e geiftige unb fittlid;e 
9^eife erlangt ^aben. (^rt. 1^15 b. 9^eic^göerf.) 

0ie 5^inber ex^alkn über '^Setragen unb l'eiftungcn 3^i^9"iff^> ^^^ ^^^ 
(Sr3ie^unggberec^tigtcn 3ur S^enntniö unb Hnterfc^rift öorgelegt toerben. 
:5älf(^ungen finb ftrafbar, fd)rift[ic^c ^emerfungcn üerboten. 

^reölau, bcn 27. ^lloöember 1925. 

®ie ftäbttfd^e (Sd^ulbeputation. 



l^d) t)erpflicl^te nüd), bie Dorftc^enben "^eftintmungen 3u befolgen. 



^vc^laUy bcn 




'^ i' 





umcr|a)rifi ücö oaurd uüer ^Dürmuriüß. 



^Bcmcrfung: (SS ü)erben folgenbe 3^»f"rcn erteilt: 

r. betragen: l*fel)r gut, 2. gut, ^Am gan3cn gut, 4;-uid)l o^nc ^abcl, 5- tabcln^lDcrt. 
ri rflciR, ^ufmcrf^amfcit unb ^iftungcn: 1. fc^r gut, 2, gut, 3^ genügen b, 

V mangelhaft, 5»i»§enügcnb. 



^on ber Qd)nlc aug.^ufertiflen. 




*/^WU^H >V 




1. geboren bcn HAO,...mO..... 

2. in Uh.^i^i<\AA/ 



3. getauft — et), fat^. ^denntni^ 

4. geimpft 4) Jl...^ %L 

5. eingefd^ult bcn . M.,.Hx../y.t..^ 

6. in (©d&ulort unb 6d&ule) VJ,U^/i<M\/..^ X. 

7. 3nrücffte[Iung 

8. (Eintritt in eine ©onberfc^ule 







1. ^amc (^ater) JltöL^...C/.(/^ 

2. „ (Smutter) 3M^VU/,.0\iß^...:XW^ • ini?.. 

3. etanb ./^.i44i41fV" 

4r\-\ « 1.^ 4 4 4 11 
. ^-oeienmni0 /Vvvi/..*. 

5. 'iHugloärtiger 3^i&^cl&üler: IVa V 




Breslau, ben 



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(Gd^ulfteuipel) 



19 



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GaiiQi£ 

Stadt. Volksschule Nr. 70 

Breslau -Kleinburg 







©c^ulpeiter. 



1. gc^ltage: ^. eutfdjulbigt O^. imcntfd)ulbigt 

2. 33ctragen .^^^h^fr^... 4. 5iufmeri[aiufeit 

3. 5^lci& .y^Shi^i^^fr^^!^^ 5. DrbnungßUcbe.. 

getftungen: 

1. JRcligionöle^re .^fn^:t^j>ffi(<f^*rf^..- 




2. 3)ciitfd) 
a) Scfcn 



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b) münbl.'musbnicl ^..p^/^... ^'*^' 10. ©djreiben 



c) W\\i\. 5(uöbrud ...r. 

d) $Hcd^tfd)reibun9 

3. §cimatfunbc unb l)eimat^uj)l. 
2Infd)auun9öuutcrricftl 

4. ©efd)id)tc unb 
Staatöbürgcrfunbc 



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5. (Srbfunbc 

6. 5fJaturbefcf)rcibung 

SScmerfungcn: 



7. 5^atur(c^rc 

8. ^Rcdineii 

9. 3ftaumle{)rc 




11. 3ßi<i)^c^ 

12. @e[ang . 

13. turnen 




14. 3^abelarbcit 



15. ^auöu)irt|C^aftlid;cr 
Unterrid^t 



16. SBcrfuntcrrid)! 

17. ilurafd^rift 











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1. gc^ltagc: /iJ^ cntfc^ulbigt uncntfd^ulbigt 

2. ^Betragen ^„.^^^^s^^rii^. 4. 3lufmcrf|amfeit .^.-:0^A. 



3. gleig 



5. Drbnungölicbc. 



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2. S)cutfd) ^^ "^ ."i^. 



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b) münbl.' Slußbrucf 

c) Wriftl. 3lu§brurf 

d) Dflcd^tfd&rcibung .^^ 

3. §eimatfunbc unD f)eimatfunj)l. /- 
5lnfc^auungöunterric^t ^y^^^^.^.rH^.^^ 

4. ©efc^icbtc unb 
6taalöbürgcrfunDe 



5. ©rbfunbe 

6. 5^aturbcfc§rcibuug 



7. ^^lalurlc^rc 

8. Dfiec^ncti 

9. 9iaum(e^rc 

10. (5d)reibcn . 

11. Seinen . 







13. turnen 

14. 5^Qbclarbeit 



15. §auön)irtfc^Qftlid)er 
Untcrrid^t 



16. SBcrfunterric^t 

17. ^ursfc^rift 



©emcrfungcn: 



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1. geliltngc: ^.. entfdjitlbtgt ^ ...uncntfc^ulbigt r-r 

2. 33ctra9cn .,^/^c^.. 4. 5lufmcrffamfeit .y<r^fri<P^.. 

3. Slei6 




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.,^.ii(^ii^,<it^. 5. Drbnungölicbe , 

getftungen: 




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1. 9lca9ionölel)rc .......j^.J^.... 

2. 2)eutfc^ .^. 

a) Sefcn .^i^.r^:lit<r.. 

b) münbl. ^luöbracf .. ..^ 

c) fc^riftl. 5Iuöbrucf 

d) SWcditfddrcibung ^Ji^*f^^... 




3. ^eimotfunbc imb ()einfmfaubl 
5(nfd)auun9öuntcrrid)t "-^^^^ 

4. ®efcöid)tc unb 
©taatßbürgerfunbc 

5. ©rbfunbc 

6. 5^aturbcfc^reibimg 

S3cmcrfungcn: 



^^. 




7. 5iatur(cl)rc 

8. 3flcc^ncn 

9. Sflaumlcl^rc 

10. (Schreiben 

11. 3ßic^^ß" • 

12. ©efang 

13. turnen 

14. 3^abclarbcit 




^>^ 







15. §auön)trtfd^aftli4)cr 
Unterricht 




16. SBcrfuntcrrirf)t 

17. ^urjfdjrift 

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1. W)ftQöc: ^^ cntfd)it{bu3t "^.'^......y^:^^ 

2. ^Betragen ^^3^^^^ 4. 5(ufmerf)amfeit ^^<<^fr'^ 



^. Steife 



.^W:^ 




1. 9ieligionö(et)re .... 

2. ^cutld) 

a) ;^efcn 

b) münbl. 3lifö^rud ..^^^^^J;:^. 

c) fd)rift(. 5lu§briid 

d) 9fled)tfc^reibung....^.<^^^^'"^...^.^<e;:^^^ 



5. Orbmingöücbc 

getftungen: 

7. 9talurle()rc 





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3. §eimatfimbe unb -^eimalfuiibl' 
5(nfc^auungöuuterrid)t ....^..^/^*^^^.. 

4. ®efcöid)tc unb 
Staatöbürgerfunbe 

5. ©rbfunbe 

f). 5^aturbe[d)reibung 



8. 9{e(^ncn 

9. 9^iauinlef)re 

10. ©djreibeu 

11. 3eicljuen . 

12. ©efang ... 

13. 2^urnen .'^ 

14. 5Jabe(arbcit 






1 5. 4>auöiuirtfdjaft(id)er 
Untenid)t 



IT). 3Bcrfunterrid)t 
17. iiurjfdjrift 



^cmerfungen: 



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19 



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'^^^^'^.ec&ule .^.':^..>Ä^ maffe ^..^ 

.^<^. unent)d)ulbigt 

2. Setragen .^^.^^'^.. 4. ^ilufmerffamfeit ..^^..t^':^.. 

^^M^J^ 5. DrbnunQöUebe ^.^^if^^^tff'^i/^.. 

getftunqen: 

i^. 



1. gel)ttage: r...:^ enifdjulbigt 



3. gieife 




1. SReltgtonölc^re ..J^.. 

2. ^Deutfd) '^. 

a) Sefen 4^^^J^.. 

b) tnünbl. 5lußbrii^ ..^..i^./^. 

c) fd^riftl. 3luöbrucf 

d) Die^lfdireibung ^JT^,^-^....^^^ 

3. §eimatfunbe unb ()emiatfun>l.^ 
5lnfd)Quun9öunterric^t 

4. (Sefd)i4tc unb 
©taalöbürgerfunbc 



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5. @rbfunbe 

6. ^aturbefc^rcibuug 

S3emerfungen: 



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7. S^alurte^re. 

8. SRec^nen 

9. 9iaumlet)re . 

10. 6d)rciben ..^!^:^ 

11. 3^ic^^c" 

12. ©efang ... 






;?if*:^*Kf 




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1 3 . SL^Urncn '..,.'^,^Hf:fcr>r.M^<^ 

14. ^abelarbeit"^. 




15. §auön)irt[^aftlid;cr 
Unterrid^t 



16. Sßcrfunterric^t 

17. iluraf^rift 



^re^lau 




^^.4^j5c&ule..../.:.^'^^. muffe 

1. gß^ltage: *^. entfc^ulbigt a^ unentfc^ulbigt 

2. betrogen ^f^p^/^.. 4. Slufmerffamfeit .^^/^yd^:.. 

^^^^ '^rj^. 0. iuronungsueoe ^^^....rr. 

Seiftungen: 

1. $He(igionö(e^re ^^^^^^y^:... 

2. S)cutfc§ ^... 

a) Sefen ..<tk:^fihr^ . 



9 



3. glei§ 




• \^^' ••• ■•■■•■•••■*•• q^a • • • «4 ••■•■■••■ 



b) münbl. 3luöbrur .^2<;^^.... 

c) fd^riftl. 3luöbrucf .'^. 



d) Sfied^tfd^reibung ..^ 




^ifik^^*^^^ 



7. S^aturle^re 



8. D^e^neti /J^^., 

^y 

9. S^laumle^re 



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3lnf c^ auungßunterr ic^ t . . .<^. ft<r . ,.^^:^ 

4. ©cfc^ic^te unb 
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5. ©rbfunbe 

6. S^aturbefc^reibung 




10. (Schreiben ^^:?i?f?F3^i^^r^. 

11. 3ßi^tien 



12. ©efang .... 



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13. 2:^urnen ./;f>ft.'^3i<fil<^..^. 

14. «Tiabelarbefr. ^5^ 




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15. .&auön)trtf(^aftlic^er 
Unterrid^t 



©emcrfungen: ....'. 




16. 2Berfunterrid)t . 

17. iluräfc^rift 







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10 




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2. Setragen 

3. SIei6 




4. Slufmerffamfeit 

5. OrbnungöUebc 




^^ 



geiftungen 



1. $Religionö(el)re z^;^^ 

2. S^cutfc^ ^. 

a) Sefcn ^^^>^.^ 

b) münbt. 2IuöbrM . ...y^-^'^*^ 

c) fdöriftr. 5[uöbrucf ...^^.'^... 

d) 9lcd)tfd)reibun9 ^..^^.:^.^. 

3. ^eimatfunbe unb fteinfatfuiUrf. 
^Infc^auungöunterric^t 

4. ©e|4id)tc unb 
©taatöbürgerfunbe 

5. ©rbfunbe 

6. S^aturbefd^reibuuQ 




7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 

16. 
17. 



3^aturlc^re 

$Recf)nen j^ 

9flaum(ef)rc 

©einreiben .....^^. 

Setc^nen .^ft 

©efang ^^ 

turnen 

5^Qbe(arbeit' 



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^^f .*r*. *;J!^^^ 




$au9iüirtfd^aftU4)er 
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^urjfdirift 



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2. Setragen 

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d) Sflec^tfd^relbung ...^^^..•r...^^.-^.j^ 



entfc^ulbigt rr: unentfd;ulbigt rT 

4. Slufmerffamfeit .ß^.>h^. 

5. OrbnungöUebe ^^^^:^*^*r*r*^r!r^. 

geiftungen: 

7. 9iaturle^re 

8. «Jiec^nen .^^^^^...^^^v^ 

9. D^aumlebre 

10. (Schreiben .-'^^^.^'t^^'?'^^^^^^:^^^ 

11. 3ß^ttßn . 



^*<^. 



3. §eimatfiinbe unb b^itnatfunW: 
3lnfc^auungöunterric^t - 



4. ©efd^icbte unb 
©taatöbürgerfunbe. 

5. ©rbfunbe 

6. 9^aturbef(^reibung . 




12. ©efang 

13. turnen 

14. S^Jabelarbet 

15. §auön)irtfd)aft lieber 
Unterricht 




16. SS^erfunterric^t 

17. ^urjfdirift 



S3emerfungen: 




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.^^.....f:^:^;^. i9>^.^. 




be.<^. Sd^ulleiter:?^..- 
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1. s^^itf^ö^* 

2. Setragen 

3. 3lei§ .... 






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4. ^ilufmcrffaiiifeit .. 

5. Drbnungöliebe....,^^^;:^ 

ßeiftunqen: 



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c) fc^riftl. 5luöbrucf 




d) Dicc^tfc^reibung 

3. ^eimatfunbe unb ^eimatfi^ 
5lnfc^Quungöunterrid)t 

4. (Scfc^icfttc unb 
«Staatöbürgerfunbe 





5. ©rbfunbe 

6. 9^aturbefc6reibung 

23cmerfungen: 



7. S^aturle^re 

8. JRec^nea 

9. S^taumlc 

10. (Sd)reiben 

11. S^i^nen . ^.^. 

12. ©efang.. ^^ 

13. Säumen.. 

14. 5^abelarbei 

15. ^auörairtfc^aftlicfccr 
Unterricht 





16. SBerfuntcrric^t 

17. 5luräf^rift 




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1. ge^ltagc: entfc^ulbigt unentfc^ulbtgt 

2. S3ctragen .,^;^^^f^.....y^^4J^... 4. 3lufmerffamfeit ^;^;*^j^. 

3. glei§ ..^,*t^.. 5. DrbnunööUebc .^pk^.r.....p^"^.€^.. 

gciftunflcn: 

1. Sficligionöle^re .^;^.:^.. 

2. 2)cut|c^ ^.. 

a) Sefen .,^:^^y:^.. 




b) münbl. 3luöbrucf ^....,^.> 



c) fdfiriftl. 5lusbrucf ...^^.r...J;tf^^ 

d) ^ed^tfc^reibung /f^^^r:..,^.t^^ 



7. 3fJaturle^re 

8. ^ec^nea 



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5lnfd)auungöunterrici^t ,.f^<i^^^..^.<pkJ^^ 

4. @efd)ic6te unb 
6taatöbürgerfunDc 

^- ®^^'""^' I3rsn::;:::m:l-- 3./ 

6. 9Jatur6efc^rctbun9 ^.....^.^^^ 
löemerrungen: 



9. S^iaumle^re 

10. Schreiben ..^.^^:i?^t*'*:^rf^:le?*:?::f: 

11. 3^ic^n^tt -.^..,^^<i>f:..rT...^.^t^:/Lr. 

12. ©efang .'f^,^^5^?^....>^i^;S^;?r?:?J^..... 

13. STurnen '^f^^^.'f^-^^ 

14. 9^abelarbeit ^... ^... 



15. ipauön)trtfd)QftIirf)er 
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Thii record oi |ob assignmrnts and special training rrceived in the Army is furnishcd to the soldicr when he leaves xhe »er vice In its prrf^^rt 
fion, Information is caken from availabie Armv records and supplemented bv personal interview. The Information about civilian educanon «nd 
werk experience is based on the individual's own Statements. The veteran may present this document to former employers, prospective employers, 
repretcntatives of schools or college«. or use ii in anv other way that may prove beneAcial to htm. 



*«r ••••«• ».»«r NAMt MiCXX-C INITIAL 



NEIÄTON, HAhVLY P. 



MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS 



' «»MV SCRIAL NO 



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Ist Lt 



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10. MONTHS; II. GRADE j 12 MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY 



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S PIWM**«*.' MAILING ADDRESS (StrrH, Cüt. CoHfU}), Stak) 

Wä5* l^alnut Read, Vineland, 
Ca&L«rl^nd County^ N. J. 

«. DAT» O0 iNt«» iNTO 7 DATl OT SEPAR^tftON \ •. DATE OF BIRTH 

ACTIVE SERVICE 



18 Jun 1944^ 2 ^prii 1A6 



A Oct 1920 



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F^fionAl Hospital 



8 2d Lt Priscner of War Interro- 

gatlon Officer (3316) 
6 Ist LtiAdmlnistratlve Officer 

(2120) 



SUMMARY OF MILITARY OCCUPATIONS 



• fi»i_J CMacWi^TioN RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATION 



PRISQNEK OF Y;AB INTERKOGATION OFFICER — Conducted interrogation of German 
Prlsoners of War and civilians to obtain information for use in strate- 
f Ical planning and for combat intelligence. Reported to G-2 of United 
L'tates Third Army on Strategie level and to G-2s of 29th and lOOth 
iJivisions and Regimental S-2s on tactical level. Supervised regimental 
PW enclosures, search and evacuation of prisoners and examination of 
•neaiy documents. Participated in Normandy, Northern France and Rhine- 
iand campaigns. Awarded Purple Heart Medal, 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER — Was in Charge of reporting and flexoline sec- 
tion in Enemy Prisoner of War Information Bureau, Office of the Provost 
lUrshall General. Supervised reporting of capture and death of enemy 
personnel in United States Custody to International Red Gross, protect- 
Ing powers and U. S. Department of State. Served as Personnel Officer 
supervising EPWIB non-American personnel» Was assistant Chief of Cor- 
respondence and Reporting Branch. 



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APPmONAL INFORMATION 



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Served as enlisted man from 24 May I94I to 17 June 1944. 



24 SIGNA T UWE or PERSON BEING SEPAMATED 



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C;^etuigsohrlf t 

Hiermede verklaren wij, dat de heer üermann 
JI e u s t a d t vanaf 2 Januari 19^9 in ons 
landbouw is werkzaam. 

Hl j heeft in die tijd getoond een aangenaarn 
mensch te zijn, die zijn leertijd hier doorgebraoht 
zeer goed benut heeft, 

Zijn werkzaamheden hebben bestaan uit alles 
wat voor^omt in bovengenoemd bedrijf. Hi^ heeft 
goede r«outine in het omgaan met paarden en ver- 
schillende landbouwmachines. Herder is hij een 
goede kracht in handarbeid, als het rnaken van 
greppels en slooten, kunstmestza.aien, alle oogst- 
werkzaa mheden enz, 

WiJ kunnen niet anders dan den heer ITeustadt 
bij bel.jnghebbende ten zeerste aanbevelen. 



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Zeugnis 



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der 
Stichting Joodse Arbeid 

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Hiermit erklären wir, dass Herr 
Hermann Neustadt 



auf unserem S^ndgut tätig gewesen ist, vom 
2 Januar 1939 bis 5 Januar 194-0, 

Er hat in dieser ^eit bewdj*sen, dass er ein angenehmer Mensch! 
ist, der seine ^.ehrzeit, die er hier verbrachte, gut aus^e» 
nutzt hat» o^,^« 

Seine Tätigkeiten haben in allem, was in obengenannteia Beruf 
vorkommt, bestanden, wie das tolegen von grossen Graben und 
Verbindungen, Kunstdünger säen undjätrn und weiter alle ^^rnte 
arbeiten. 

Ausserdem hat er bereits gute Erfahrung in dem Umgang von 
Pferden und allen Landbaumaschinen. 

Tir können nichts anders sagen, als ^errn ^^eustadt bei in 
Frage Kommenden sehr zu empfehlen. 



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und nach den vorgelegenen Urkunden hierdurch bescheinigt, dass 
Hermann N e u s t a d t , geb. am ^, 10. 1920 in Breslau, die Schule 
mit der mittleren Reife abgeschlossen riat. 



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HARVEY P. NEWTON, Ph. Di 

Soll Soientist-Agronomlst 

Apt 63-1250 

ESCAZU, COSTA RICA 



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Tel: ^506) 228 10 97 
Fax: (506) 228 52 98 
1. Mai 1996 

Botsohaft der Bimdearepublik 

Deutschland 

San Jose, Costa Rloa 

Attn: Herr Ziegler 
AZ: RK 512 B IfEWTON 

Sehr geehrter Herr Zieglert 

Besten Dank für Ihren Brief rom 7.3.96, den ich mir erlaube, etwas yerspa- 
t et auf diese Weise zu beantworten. loh lege eine Kopie zur Weiterleitunir 
an das Einwohner - und Statistikamt der Stadt Halle(Saale), das meinen 
Antrag bearbeitet , bei. v /, « mexnen 

loh muss bemerken, dass es mioh etwas befremdet, dass die BehSrde nooh 
weitere Beweise braucht, denn es soheint mirloh habe genligend Beweise 
unterbreitet, dass ioh als Burger des Deutschen Reiches, Republik Ton 
Weimar, geborj^ wurde, ürsürung]^ ich hatte ioh nooh Preussiche Staatsan- 
gehörigkeit, die dann allgemein in "Deutsches Reich " umgewandelt wurde . 
^Mein Kinderausweis) 

Weiterhin muss ich micVi gegen den Ausdruck "Jüdische Volkszugehoriirkeit" 
Terwahreni loh bin mindestens als stl guter Deutscher geboren, wie 
Bitler es zu sein behauptete. Mein Vater war Mitglied des "CentralTereins 
deutscher Staatsburger jüdischen Glaubens e.V.« und des "Refiisbundes 
Judisoher Frontsoldaten e.V.« 
Zu den Fragen in Ihrem Brief: ^^ 

1. Ich wurde am 1. Dezember 1942 Burger. USA unter den Bestimmuniren der 
"becona war Power Act", Terabschiedet im U.S. Oongress etwa März 1942. 
Die Einbürgerung fand im "U.S. Distriot Court of the District of 
Columbia" (Washington, D.C.) statt.Die Nummer meines Bürgerbriefes ist» 
Nr. 5793489 

2. Wann genaur ich meine Deutsche Staatsangehörigkeit verloren habe weiss 
ioh nicht genau, da ich keine Kopien des Reiohsgesetzblattes habe. 
Meines Wissens wurden alle ausgewanderten "Nicht arier" eines Tages im 
Jahre 1941 , ihrer Staatsangehörigkeit Ter lustig^ er klart. (Staasbürger 
waren wir schon nach den Nürnberger Gesetzen nicht mehr) 

3. Dass ich Judisch bin, oder zumindest ^oht arier " bin, unter der 
Gesetzgebung des III. Reiches bin geht aus meinem Reisepass herror, der 

auf der 1. Seite ein grosses "J" eingestempelt hat, und wo man nachträglich 
mirllen Ton den Nazis aufgezwungenen Vornamen "Israel" eingetragen hat 
Zum weiteren Beweise lege ich die folgenden b€JLaÄ)igten Dokumente bei:* 

1. Seite Nr. 3, meines Schul zeigniss es der Gaudigsohule (Stadt. Volk's- 
schule Nr.7o) Breslau - Kleinburg. 

2. Seite Nr. 1 meines Schulzeugnisses des Realgymnasium am Zwinger - 
Breslau * 

3. Schul -^tlassungs-Zeugnis der "Jüdische Volksschule zu Breslau 

4. Mitglifikarte Nr. 129 B des "JÜdisolb^ Kulturbund Breslau 



Wenn das alles nicht genügend ist, kann die Behörde jemand auf den 
Jüdischen Friedhof in Halle / Saale schicken, wo der Vater meiner 
Mutter auf der Ehrenreihe beerdigt ist, da er Rabiner Ton Halle/Saale 
Ton etwa 1881 - 1909 war. Sein Name war Dr. Siegmund Pessler. Das 
Einwoh^eramt sollte ihn auch in alten Akten haben. Was allerdings Tom 
jüdischen Friedhof und den alten Akten noch übrig ist weiss ich 
allerdings nicht. 

Mit freundlichen OrujBsen 



^\ ^^ /Vt-v^Uxv^ 



HarTey P. Newton 



HARVEY P. NEWTON, Ph. D: 

Soil Soientist-Agronomist 
Apt. 63-1250 
ESCAZU, COSTA RICA 



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Betr.: 



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Bezug: Ihr Antrag vom 29. Juni 1995 

Sehr geehrter Herr Newton, 

Ihr o. a. Antrag wurde inzwischen zuständigkeitshalber vom Bundesverwaltungsamt in Köln an das 
Einwohner- und Statistikamt der Stadt Halle (Saale) weitergeleitet. 

Zur abschließenden Bearbeitung wird von dort noch ein Nachweis über die Art und den Zeitpunkt 
des Erwerbs der amerikanischen Staatsbürgerschaft benötigt. Außerdem werden Sie gebeten, einen 
Nachweis für den Verlust der deutschen Staatsangehörigkeit beizubringen. Hier würde es genügen, 
wenn Sie ein Dokument, aus dem sich Ihre damalige jüdische Volkszugehörigkeit ergibt, vorlegen 
könnten. 



Bitte setzen Sie sich daher nochmals in dieser Angelegenheit mit der Botschaft in Verbindung. 



Mit freundlichen Grüßen 
Ini^V^ftrag \ 




(Ziegler) RAV 











6/ 







Bot«ohaft der Bundesrepublik 

Deutsohland 

San Jose , Costa Rioa 

Attn: Herr Zle|^ler 
AZ: RK 512 E Newton 

Sehr geehrter Herr Ziegler: 

Besten Dank für Ihren Brief, der mir mitteilt, dass die Behörde, die mei- 
nen Binburgerungsantrag Tom 29. Juni 1995, bearbeitet nooh wissen mochte^ 
wükxUkxx 

a. Wann ioh Tom 3. Reich ausgebürgert wurde 

b. Ob ioh der jüdischen Volksgemeinsohaft angehört habe. 

loh mtiss sagen, dass die Fragen der Behörde mioh etwas befremden. 
Ioh habe beglaubigte Kopien der folgenden Dokumnete eingereicht: 

1. Mein Einderausweiss (Pass), aus dem hervorgeht, dass ich als Preusse 
geborne wurde 

2. Mein Reisepass de s Deutschen Reiches, aus dem hervorgeht, dass ioh 
Jüdisch bin, oder zumindest unter der Gesetzgebung des 3* Reiches, 
**Niohtarier war**, da der Pass ein grosses **J** mnd den naohtB§|^i&b]i 
eingetragenen Na men^Israel** auf der ersten Seite hat. 

3« Meine Kopie meiner polizeilichen Afcmdeldung von Gross Breesen, 
Kreis Tregnitz, Sohlesien vom 13. Dez. 1938 
4. Meinen Heimatschein 



5* Meinen Vertiebenenausweiss 

loh dachte , dass aSä diesen Dokumenten eigentlich klar mnd deutlilsA ±ck 

kmxvbewiesen ist, dass ioh als Burger de» Veimarar Republik 

geboren wurde« 

loh muss mich gegen den Ausdruck 2judftsche Volksgemeinschaft** verwahren. 

Mien Vater war Mitglied des **Centralvereins Deutscher Staatsbürger 

jüdischen Glaubens e.V.* und des "Reichsbundes jüdischer Prontsolaten e.V.** 

Ioh betrachte es, dass ioh als mindeste s so guter Deutscher geboren 

wurde als Adolf Hitler, der erst eingebürgert werden musste. Das er 

spater die Macht hatte mir meine Bürgerschaft abzuerkennen ist eine 

andere Stäche. 

Konkret zu den Fragen in Ihrem Briefes 

1. Wann genua ioh ausgebürgert wurde weiss ioh nicht« Soviel ioh weis 
wurden alle **Nichtarier**, die auswandert waren, an eiam Tage im 
Jahre 1941 als ■'ausgebürgert** erklart. Pur das genaue Datum usste die 
Behörde, die meimmn Antrag bearbeitet , im Reichsgesetzblatt nacaehen. 

2. Ztim Bewiis, dass ioh jüdischen Glaubens bin, unterbreite ioh 
die folgenden Dkomentet 

1. Seite 3» meines Schul zuegniss es der Gadigschle, Breslau-Kleinburg, 
Stadt. Volksohule Hr. 70 

2. Seite 1, meines Schulzeugnisses des **Realgymn€L8ium am Zwiger, Breslau 
3* aelnrlrewtVas ammgxx tKxl:sixtkxKxzxgasntgx±sSohul-Sntlassungs-Zeugnis 
der ** Judischen Volksschule - Breslau 

4. Mitlgieds karte Hr. 129 B •* Judisch er Kulturbund Breslau** 
Sollten diese Dokumente nioht genu ned sein, kann die Behörde, da sie 
in Hal.e/Saale ist, jemanden auf den jüdischen Friedhof schicken, 
fftb^fnS^^fS MiflJsItaf*®^ ^^ ^®^ Ehrenreihe begraben wurde. Er war 



wo mein rnttarlloher OroBsrater, Dr. Siegmmd Fessler, in der Ehrenreihe 
begraben marde. Ir war der Rabbiner von Halle/Salle Ton etwa 1881 bis 1909 

loh lege eine Kopie dieses Breifee bei, mit der Bitte an die Weiterleitung 
an die Behörde, die meinen Antrag bearbeitet. 

Mit bestem Dank tm Ghirss, 



Haryej P. 9evtom 



Botschaft 
der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 

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United States Department of State 
Washington, D.C, 20520 



November 16, 1992 



Dr. Harvey P. Newton 

c/o U.S. Embassy 

APO Miami, Florida 34020 



Dear Dr. Newton: 

I refer to your letter of October 20 inquiring whether it 
would be possible to for you to reacquire German nationality 
without placing your U.S. citizenship at risk. You indicated 
that German law provides for the restoration of German 
citizenship to those individuals whose German citizenship was 
involuntarily taken from them under the Nazi regime. 

I believe the Provision of German law you are referring to 
is set forth in Article 116, Paragraph 2, of the German Basic 
Law (Constitution), as adopted on May 3, 1949, effective 
May 24, 1949. That law reads, in translation, as follows: 

"Former German nationals who were deprived of their German 
nationality between January 30, 1933 and May 8, 1945, for 
political, racial or religious grounds, and their 
descendants shall be renatural ized upon application. 



«3 r B c o ;\ s i d «-^ red 3 s n o 1: e >: v n 1 1: i ?i t e d :i f t: h e y h a v e e n t r\ h 

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a dcmiciie in Germany öfter May 8, 
expressed a contrary intention." 



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U.S. law, as codified in See. 349(a)(l) of the Immigration 
and Nationality (INA), states that a national of the United 
Skates shall lose U.S. nationalit'^ b'^ obtainin«^ n=»f-nrai -i -^ af-i on 



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in a foreign State upon his own application, or upon an 
application filed by a duly authorized agent, after having 
attained the age of eighteen years when obtained voluntarily 
with an intent to relinquish U.S. nationality. While the 
Department of State finds that United States Citizens who 
reacquire German citizenship under the first sentence of 
Article 116(2) of the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of 
Germany bring themselves within the purview of Section 
349(a)(l) of the Act, the practical ramification is that the 
acquisition of a foreign nationality upon one's own application 
is an expatriating act only when done voluntarily and with the 
intent to relinquish U.S. citizenship. Where the act is 
involuntary or where there is rr^ intent to relinquish U.S. 
citizenship that Status is retai.ned. 



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Former German Citizens of the class covered by the second 
sentence of Article 116(2), who after May 24, 1949 established 
a domicile in Germany hold German citizenship without any 
application or deliberate action. Consequently, they are not 
subject to the technical provisions of Section 349(a)(l) of the 
INA. 

We hope you will find this Information useful. If I can be 
of any further assistance to you in this regard, please let me 
know . 



Sincerely, 




(S-^^^t-^t^r»^ 



Steven A. Donion 

Consular Affairs Officer 

Europe and Canada Division 

Office of Citizens Consular Services 



Enclosures : 

1. Dual Nationality. 

2. Loss of U.S. Nationality. 

3. Correspondence returned. 



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United States Department of State 
ffbskingion, D.C. 20520 



DUAL NATIONALITY 

What .Kt .Is: Dual nationality is the simultaneous possession of two 
cltisenshlps. Ttie Supreme Court of the United States has stated that 
dual nationality is '*a Status long recognised in the law** and that **a 
person may have and exercise rights of nationality in two countries and 
be subject to the responsibilities of both. The nere fact that he 
asser ts the rights of one citizenship does not without more mean that he 
renounces the other**, Kawakita v. U.S.» 3A3 U.S. 717 (1952). Tfie 
roncepts discussed in this leaflet apply also to persons who have nore 
than two nationalities. 

HüW Acquired Dual nationality results from the fact that there is no 
UTilform rnle of international law relating to the acquisltion of 
nationality. Each country has its own laws on the subject, and its 
nationality Js conferred upon individuals on the basis of its own 
jndepeudent domestic poliry. Individuais may have dual nationality not 
by chf>i(!p but by autotnatic Operation of these different and sometintes 
conflicting laws. 

The laws of the United States, no less than those of other countries, 
contribute Lo the Situation because they provide for acquisltion of U.S. 
citizetiship by birth in the United States and also by birth abroad to an 
American, regardless of the other nationalities which a person night 
sequi re at birth. For example, a child bom abroad to U.S. Citizens may 
acqnire at birth not only American citizennhip but also the nationality 
of Ihe conti try in wliich it was born. Similarly, a child bom in the 
United States to foreigners may acquire at birth both U.S. citizenship 
and a foreign nationality. 

Tlie laws of some countries nrovide for automatic acauisition of 
ciMzenshlp after birth, for example, by marriage. In addition, some 
countries do not recognize naturalization in a foreign State as grounds 
for loss of citizenship. A person from one of those countries who is 
natural ized in the United States keeps the nationality of the country of 
origin despite the fact that one of the requirements for U.S. naturaliza- 
tion is a renunciation of other nationalities* 

Current Law and.PQlicy The current nationality laws of the United 
States do not specifically refer to dual nationality* 

The automatic acquisltion or retention of a foreign nationality does not 
affect U.S. citizenship; however, the acquisition of a foreign national- 
ity upon one*s own application or the application of a duly authorized 
ag*»nt may cause loss of U.S. citizenship under Section 349(a)(l) of the 
Iiranigration and Nationality Act 18 U.S.C. 1481(a)(l)]. 

In Order for loss of nationality to occur under Section 3'i9(a)(l), it 
must be established that the naturalization was obtained voluntarily by a 
person eighleen years of age or older with the Intention of relinquishing 
U.R. citizenship. Such an intention may be shown by the person *s 
Statements or conduct, yancjß v. JerjrajKÄfi, A44 U.S. 252 (1980). If the 
U.S. Government is imable to prove that the person had such an intention 
whcn apply ing for and obtaining the foreign citizenship, the person will 
liave both nationalities. 



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Unjted States Iflw does not contain any provlslons requiring U.S. Citizens 
who are born with dual nationality to choose one nationallty or tlie other 
when they become adults, tJan doU v. Acheson , 3V4 U.S. 133 (1952). 

WIdle recognlzlng the exlstenre of dual nationality and permltting 
Amerlcans to have other nationalities, the U.S. Government does not 
endorse dual nationality as a matter of policy because of the problems 
which it may cause. Claims of other countries upon dual-natlonal U.S. 
Citizens often place them in situations where their obligations to one 
country are in conflict with the laws of the other. In addition, their 
dual nationality may hamper efforts to provide diplomatic and consular 
protection to them when they are abroad. 

Allegiance to. Wluch__Country It generally is considered that while 
dual nationals are in the other country of which they are Citizens that 
country has a predominant claim on them. 

Like Amerlrans who possess only U.S. citizenshfp, dual national U.S. 
Citizens owe allegiance to the United States and are obliged to obey its 
laws and regulations. Such persons usually have certain obligations to 
the foreign country as well. Although failure to fulfill such obliga- 
tions may have no adverse effect on dual nationals while in the United 
States because the foreign country would have few means to force compli- 
ance under those circumstances, dual nationals might be forced to comply 
with those obligations or pay a penalty if they go to the foreign coim- 
try. In cases where dual nationals encounter difficulty in a foreign 
cotmtry of which they are Citizens, the ability of U.S. Foreign Service 
posts to provine asslstance may be qulte limited since many foreign coun- 
tries may not recognize a dual nationales claim to U.S. citizenship. 

Which Passport toJLJse Section 215 of the Immigration and Nationality 
Act [8 U.S.C. 1185] requires U.S. Citizens to use U.S. passports when 
entering or leaving the United States unless one of the exceptlons listed 
in Section 55.2 of Title 22 of the Code of Federal Regulations applies. 
Dual nationals may be required by the other country of which they are 
Citizens to enter and leave that country using its passport, but do not 
endanger their U.S. citizenship by complying with such a requirement. 

How to„Give__Up Pual_JNationa^^^^^ Most coimtries have laws which 
specify how a Citizen may lose or divest citizenship. Generally, persons 
wfio do not wisli to maintain dual nationality may renounce the citizenship 
which they do not want. Information on renouncing a foreign nationality 
may be obtained from the foreign country's Embassies and Consulates or 
from the appropriate governmental agency in that country. Americans may 
renounce their U.S. citizenship abroad pursuant to Section 349(a)(5) of 
the Immigration and Nationality Act [8 U.S.C. 1^81(a)(5)]. Information 
on renouncing U.S. citizenship may be obtained from U.S. Embassies and 
Consulates and the Office of Citizens Consular Services, Departmr-nt of 
State, Washington, D.C. 20520. 

For further Information on dual nationality, see Marjorie M. Whlteman's 
tilgest _of „International __law (Department of State Publication 8290, 
released September 1967), Volujiie 8, pages 6A-84. 

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United States Department of State 
Washington, D. C. 20520 



APVICE ABOUT POS SIBLE LOSS OF U.S. CITIZENSHIP 

AND DUAL NÄTIONÄLITY 



The Department of State is responsible for determining 
the citizenship Status of a person located outside the 
United States or in connection with the application for a 
U.S. passport while in the United States. 



POTENT lALLY EXPATRIATING STATUTES 



Section 349 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, as 
amended, states that U.S. Citizens are subject to loss of 
citizenship if they perform certain acts voluntarily and 
with the intention to relinquish U.S. citizenship. 
Briefly stated, these acts include: 

(1) obtaining naturalization in a foreign State 
(See. 349(a)(l) INA) ; 

(2) taking an oath, affirmation or other formal 
declaration to a foreign State or its political 
subdivisions (See. 349(a)(2) INA); 

(3) entering or serving in the armed forces of a 
foreiqn State enqaqed in hostilities aqainst the 
U.S. or serving as a commissioned or 
non-commissioned officer in the armed forces of a 
foreign State (See. 349(a)(3) INA) ; 

(4) accepting employment with a foreign government if 
(a) one has the nationality of that foreign State 
or (b) a declaration of allegiance is required in 
accepting the position; (See. 349(a)(4) INA); 

(5) formally renouncing U.S. citizenship before a 
U.S. consular officer outside the United States 
(sec. 349(a)(5) INA); 

(6) formally renouncing U.S. citizenship within the 
U.S. (but only "in time of war") (Sec. 349(a)(6) 
INA) ; 

(7) conviction for an act of treason (Sec. 349(a)(7) 
INA) . 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STANDARD OF EVIDENCE 



As already noted, the actions listed above can cause 
loss of U.S. citizenship only if performed voluntarily and 
with the Intention of relinquishing U.S. citizenship. 
The Department has a uniform administrative Standard nf 
evi(?ence ba sed on th e p remise that U.S. Citizens int^nd tn 
retain United States citizenship when thev obtain 
ngturalizgt ion in a foreiqn State, subscribe to routinp> 
declargtion js of all e g ia n ce to a foreian State, or accept 
non-pol icv level emplovment with a foreian oovernmpnt . 



DISPOSITION OF CASES WHEN ADMINISTRATIVE PREMISE IS 

APPLICABLE 



In light of the administrative premise discussed 
above, a person who: 

(1) is naturalized in a foreign country; 

(2) takes a routine oath of allegiance; or 

(3) accepts non-policy level employment with a 
foreign government 

and in so doing wishes to retain U.S. citizenship need not 
submit prior to the commission of a potentially 
expatriating act a Statement or evidence of his or her 
intent to retain U.S. citizenship since such an intent 
will be presumed. 



When such cases come to the attention of a U.S. 
consular officer, the person concerned will be asked to 
complete a questionnaire to ascertain his or her intent 
toward U.S. citizenship. Unless the person af f irmatively 
asserts in the questionnaire that it was his or her 
Intention to relinquish U.S. citizenship, the consular 
officer will certify that it was not the person's intent 
to relinquish U.S. citizenship and, consequently, find 
that the person has retained U.S. citizenship. 



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DISPOSITION OF CASES WHEN ADMINISTRATIVE PREMISE IS 

INAPPLICABLE 



The premise that a person intends to retain U.S. 
citizenship is not applicable when the individual: 

(1) formally renounces U.S. citizenship before a 
consular officer; 

(2) takes a policy level position in a foreign State; 

(3) is convicted of treason; or 

(4) performs an act made potentially 
expatriating by Statute accompanied by conduct 
which is so inconsistent with retention of 
U.S. citizenship that it compels a conclusion 
that the individual intended to relinquish 
U.S. citizenship. (Such cases are very rare.) 

Cases in categories 2, 2, and 4 will be developed 
carefully by U.S. consular officers to ascertain the 
individual 's intent toward U.S. citizenship. 



PERSONS WHO WISH TO RELINQUISH U.S. CITIZENSHIP 



An individual who has performed any of the acts made 
potentially expatriating by Statute who wishes to lose 
U.S. citizenship may do so by affirming in writing to a 
s^ . ^ , wwiA^ju» j.wi v^i-j-Av^ci. uiiac uxie c3il;l wdö peiroriTiea witin an 
intent to relinquish U.S. citizenship. Of course, a person 
always has the Option of seeking to formally renounce U.S. 
citizenship in accordance with Section 349(a)(5) INA. 



APPLICABILITY OF ADMINISTRATIVE PREMISE TO PAST CASES 



The premise established by the administrative Standard 
of evidence is applicable to cases adjudicated 
previously. Persons who previously lost U.S. citizenship 
may wish to have their cases reconsidered in light of this 
policy. A person may initiate such a reconsideration by 



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submitting a request to the nearest U.S. consular Office 
or by writing directly to: 

Director, Office of Citizens Consular Services 
(CA/OCS/CCS), Room 4811 NS 
Department of State 
Washington, DC 20520-4818 

Fach case will be reviewed on its own merits taking into 
consideration, for example, Statements made by the person 
at the time of the potentially expatriating act. 






When a 
otherwise 
found not 
consequent 
however, t 
see if dua 
The United 
matter of 
individual 



DUAL NATIONALITY 

person is naturalized in a foreign State (or 
possesses another nationality) and is thereafter 
to have lost U.S. citizenship the individual 
ly may possess dual nationality. It is prudent, 

check with authorities of the other country to 

1 nationality is permissible under local law. 
States does not favor dual nationality as a 

policy/ but does recognize its existence in 
cases. 



QUESTIONS 

For further information, please contact the 
appropriate geographic division of the Office of Citizens 
Consular Services: 



Europe and Canada Division 

Inter-American Division 

East Asia and Pacific Division 



(202) 647-3445 
(202) 647-3712 
(202) 647-3675 



Near Eastern and South Asia Division (202) 647-3926 



Africa Division 



(202) 647-4994 



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Dear Gerry, 

♦.^ ^4 ^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ second time you came straight from the airoort 
to find a message from here and answered immediatelyi thanks a lot thic 

]ltT.aLT"^ H^'^ !^^^^ "' ^"^' ""' ^ ^^^^ y-^ ^-^^ recoCered from 
jet lag and much work in the meantime. 

T o •■,• O^f.fJ^iend "Prin?" teils me he doesn't have your address, whi 
I am mailing hxm now. He is trying to be allowed to oay into the 
Landesyersicherungsanstalt HAMBURG (not Berlin, my mistake,) for a nensi 

had'^heJr tLe'^r Jn""-^'^ ' ^^'^^^' ^""^^ ^^°^'^ ^^^ ^^"^ ^^ HachshaJJh 
had their time recogniired, while Gross Breesen -although Jewish - was no 

Because of your kind consent to look at the storv t am conrH 

retuin\lylitna'\r^ caboodle. and I have a copy] so'yol'Sed'n^t '"""' 

call me and ini ILll^^'T ^"^^^^ ^""^ ^^^" ^° '^^^^^i'' ^««^ ^^" «ither 
call me and l H note it down and write him, or send him a note to 

or. H. P.Newton 

Unit 2513 ^ 

A.P.O. AA 34020, 

which as A^O only costs U.S. postage and he collects the mail at the 
u.o« ümoassy. 

i=„ ^^^ ^ ^^.!°^ ""^ ökrainian ex-slave-laborer, I'll write to the vienn 
law firm for them; one can do no less but do one's share when faced with 
such gross injustices as cur generation has exoerienced, right? 

i u -i '^hank you again. To you and ^usan my very best regards and 
wishes for a healthy winterl y^xus ana 



Yours, 



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' HARVEY P. NEWTON, Pn. D: 

Süj) Soientist-AgfonoiTiisi 
I Art 63-1250 



Landosversioherurjsanßtalt irei und Hanse Etait 
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Tel: (506) 23 lo 97 

Frjc: (506; 28 52 98 

Oot. 2o, 1993 

Hcjiiburg 



Ihr Aktenzeichen: VSIIR : 53 041020 K 025 - 5031 

Seiir gehrte Herren: 

Hiermit -oobte ioh Ihnen d^en Erhalt dc-s V'iderspruckBbeBoheid bestätigen, der 

in riGinoüi Falle ne^stiv ist, 

/uf Seite nr. 6 d-r I:e^:riindung teilt der Vidorsrruchcaucs^cl.uss :nir i:dt, dass 

CS ri^ frei steht frcivilli^^e Beitrr.ge zu rr.chcn, die nr.oh der iT-rfa£.::iing 

der HandcsvcrsicViOrunr. :^nstalt nicht -irti^chaitlioh £:cin inirden. 

Dazu habe ich die folgenden "■ra5:cn v :d Hc r .-.cntc-rÄ: 



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1 '^i^ ui-tcrsGhr>^ded eich die::c Kc-r^li:.*.: "-it von der : ir vor rr.hrcn (l9ül/B2, 
c^-fc^e^S-ite I:r» 5, des \:ider£-ua. bc^c:-.c i:.^D) von der :fi t;.-,-::hrtcn ~ctcilij^ 
die jfie da:in veg^-n -ei-er iinfrci^ciliig:.:-± "fchlc-^ien I-:it\^ir:nir:S« nicht zu 
zu Ctndo hEm, obwohl ich Widcrspriich c-sgegen einlegte. 

2. Ich 2r.7aifle rJ.cht, dass die Lo-r. :i es versieh er ir-.gsanstalt wohl recht hat, 
d-ss froivillirre ^-eitrage von noincr Seite virtschaftlnoh nicht selir vort; l.'.-.-i-t 
Bind. Jödooh habe ioh von dieser MogUübkoit, in Hinbli«: auf die fruiiere A'. ' chi:::.-^ 
nichts gexiTUßst, und habe , vie aanals, keine Inforination vci eine Entscheiav g 

r^ s j, .»^1. — 4«« v.^4- AAa. T:-^ A n'y^ ^ ay* sji),nh\ au^^h die L^^nd G svBr s 1 ch or :: n.'TS • 

anstalt dazu g-hort, Hentenber/^ter, die eine-: entsprechende Daten und Beratiiag 

gaben konnten. 

So bitte ieh rAr die entsprechenden Dicton ::u schiclrjn, denn wenn ioh daß Rsoht 
habe, sollte die entgultige Hut sei. -i!-..g r.ir ;:i:2tc.hen. 

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Einschreiben 

Herrn 

Harvey Newton 

Apto. 63 

Escazu 
Costa Rica 



fiajnburg, den 5.10.1993 



Selir aeehrter Herr Newton! 



Wid ersDruchsbesche id 



Der Widerspruchsausscliuß hat in seiner Sitzung am 5.10.1993 dui~ch seine 
Mitglieder 



Herr Peter Ahner als Vertreter der Versicl-ierten 



Herr Klaus Reszczynski als Vertreter der Arbeitgeber 



entschieden: 



Der Widei'spruch wird zuruckgew^iesen. 



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Seit-e 2 

Becrründuncr; 

Am 27.12.1990 (Eingang) haben Sie einen Antrag auf Nachentrichtung von 
Beiträgen bei der BfA gestellt. Der Vorgang wurde am 29.4.1991 an die 
LVA Harnfcurg abgegeben. 



Am 4.4.1991 haben Sie ergänzend einen Antrag auf Gewährung von Altersren- 
te wegen Vollendung des 65. Lebensjahres eingereicht. 



Mit Bescheid vom 2.4.1992 wurde der Antrag auf Nachentrichtung von Bei- 
trägen gemäß § 21 des Gesetzes zur Wiedergati achung nationalsozialisti- 
sehen Unrechts in der Sozialversicherung {V>3SVG in der Fassung des Ren- 
tenreformgesetzes 92) mit der Begi-Qndung abgelehnt, daß Sie nicht zum 
Personenkreis derjenigen gehören, die erstmals durcli die §§ 20, 21 WGSVG 
(RRG 92) begünstigt werden sollen, da Ihnen bereits 1972 die Vexiiriebene- 
neigenschaft zuerkannt uiirde. Im. üijrigen komme eine Anrechnung von Zei- 
ten nach dem Rr-emdrentange^etz (FRG) nicht in Betracht, v;eil der angege- 
bene Beschäftigungsort innerhalb der Grenzen des E)eutschen Reiches nach 
dem Stand vom 31.12.1937 lag (§ 3 FRG). Der Rentenantrag wurde abge- 
lehnt, weil Sie bereits Ihren eigenen Angaben nach niemals Beiträge zur 
deutschen Rentenversicherung enti ichtet haben. Mangels ani-echejil:iarer Bei- 
tragszeiten wären auch eventuelle Ersatzzeiten nicht anrechienbar . 

Dagegen haben Sie am 29.6.1992 (Eingang) Widerspruch erhoben. Sie haben 

^ -/ :j / ^ — ..w^ *.^^-.*. — ^>y f ^.-tj> u-<jl5— i ij.«wJiiL4.^o i_x;;x L-i. av-^c; ^UX LitiU l-i^C-i Ifcil 1 

Rentenversicherung entrichtet hätten. Dies sei jedoch darauf zurückzufüh- 
ren, daß Sie bis 1936 zu jung und von 1936 bis 1938 in der Landwirt- 
schaft tätig gewesen seien, die Ihres V7issens nicht unter die Rentenver- 
sicherung fiel. Sollte eine Entrichrung von Beiträgen a^jfgrund eines feh- 
lerhaften Unterlassens der Vorgesetzten nicht erfolgt sein, wäre Ihnen 
dies nicht zuzurechnen. Sie seien am 15.12.1938 gezv.nangenermaßen ausge- 
wandert und später unfreiwillig ausgebürgert worden. Sie baten um zusätz- 
liche Gelegenheit zur Nachzahlung, da Sie aus Gründen der rassischen Ver- 
folgung vom normalen Berufsleben und damit von der Rentenberechtigung 
ausgeschlossen worden seien. Bezug nehmend auf die unanfechtbare Ent- 
scheidung zum früheren Nachentrichtungsantrag ti-ugen Sie ergänzend vor, 
daß Sie Geld bai-eitg es teilt und um rrehr detailliei-te Informationen gebe- 
ten hätten. E.3vor Sie diese be>;on^jrr2n hätten, sei die Endfrist, von der 
Sie nichts ge'v.Mßt hätten, verstrichen gewesen. Ihre dagegen erhobenen 
Ein'w-ände seien Ihrer Ansicht nach zu Uni-echt abgelehjnt 'worden. 

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Im weiteren Verlauf des Verfahrens haben Sie ergänzend vorgetragen, daß 
nach Ihren Kenntnissen bei in Israel lebenden Juden Zeiten der Beschäfti- 
gung als Hachsharah-IiShrlinge bei der deutschen Rentenversicherung Be- 
rücksichtigung finden würden. 

Aus Gründen der Gleichbehandlunc müsse dies für alle gelten, die eine 
ähnliche Ausbildungsstätte besucht hätten, aber nicht in Israel leben 
würden. 

Der Widerspruchsausschuß hat Ihren Widerspruch sehr eingehend in tatsäch- 
licher und rechtlicher Hinsicht überprüft. Er ist jedcx±i zu keinem für 
Sie günstigeren Ergebnis gekcjmrnen. 

Ihr Widerspruch ist rechitzeitig erhoben ujid zulässig. Er ist jedoch 
nicht bagründet. 

Gemäß § 1248 Abs. 5 ReichsversicJierungsordnung (RVO) erhält der Versi- 
cherte Altersruhegeld, der das 65. Letensjahr vollendet ^and die VJarte- 
zeit von 60 Kalendernpnaten Vers icherungs zeit erfüllt hat. 

N;=»ch dem deutsch-amerikanischen Sozialversicherungsabkomiren werden zur 
- ^.•:n,,rv-r Ho-r wp»r-i-^7<=^it von 60 Kalendermonaten die deutschen und die ame- 

» 

riVr.^nischen Versicherung::^ Zeiten zusammengerechnet. Voraussetzung hierfür 
ist jedoch, daß in der deutschen gesetzlichen Rentenvejrsicl^erung eine 
Mindestversicheruj-xgszeit von 18 Kalendemvonaten zurückgelegt wurde 
(Art. 7 Abs. 2 des Ab)-;omrTens) . 

Anrechnungsfähige Versicherungszeiten sind gemäß § 1250 RVO Beitrags-, 
Ersatz- und Zeiten der Kindererziehung, wobei die Berücl'^icl-it jung von 
Ersatzzeiten mindestens einen Kalendermonat anrechenbare Be.tragszeit 
voraussetzt . 



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Zu den rentenrechtlich relevanten Zeiten wurden von Ihnen im Rentenver- 
fahrc^ folgende Angaben genacht: 

- Beiträge zu einer Rentenversicherung der Bundesrepublik Deutsciiland 
cder West-Berlin seien nicht entrichtet worden. 

- 1927 bis 1931 Besuch der Vol3<:ssGhule in Breslau, 

- 1931 bis 1934 Besuch des Realgymnasiums in Breslau, 

- 1934 bis 1935 Besuch der jüdischen Volksschule Am ;\nger, 

- 1935 bis 1936 Besuch der Aufbauschule, 

- 24.5.1936 bis 13.12.1938 Ausbildung im Jüdischen Auswanderer lehrgut 
Groß -Breesen , Kreis Trebnitz, Schlesien, mit Abschlußpi-üfung als land- 
wirtscha f 1 1 icher Pr - . Vrt Lkant . 

Bereits Ihren eigenen Angaben nach wurden für Sie niemals Beiträge zur 

deutschen Rentenvers icheruiig entrichtet. Zeiten der (Schul-) Ausbildung 

sind keine Beitragszeiten. 

Daher können auch die Zeiten im jüdischen Auswanderer lehrgut Grob-Bree- 

sen zum Zweck der Ausbildung nicht als Beitragszeit berücksichtigt wer- 

den. 

Die Vorbereitung von jüdischen Vei folgten auf eine berufliche Existenz 
nach der Auswanderung in kolle>rtiven Ausbildungsstätten im Reichsgebiet 
(sog. Hachsharah- Zeiten) zieht nach der Rechtsprechung des Bundessozial- 
gericlites (BSG, Urteil v. 14.5.1981 zu Az. : 4 RJ 15/80) mangels Entgelt 
nach daiTialigen Vorschriften weder Versicherungspflicht nach sich, noch 
kann es zu einer fiktiven Beitragszeit gemäß § 14 II WGSVG kommen. 



Eine Berücksichtigung von sog. Hachsharah-Zeiten ist ausschließlich auf- 
grund des deutsch-israelischen Sozialvers icherungsabkanmens möglich. Da- 
rin werden jedoch nur Verfolgte berücksichtigt, die unter anderem vor 
dem 1.1.1950 nach Palästina oder in den Staat Israel ausgewandert sind 
und sich dort als israelische Staatsangehörige am 1.1.1982 nicht nur vor- 
üb2i.'gGhend aufgehalten haba 



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Diese Voraussetzungen erfüllen Sie nicht. 

Eine Gleichstellung anderer jüdischer Verfolgter mit sog. Hachshara-Zei- 
ten außerhalb dieses Abkommens ist nicht nöglich. Als ainerikanischer 
Staatsangehöriger ist auf Sie das deutsch-amerikanische Sozialversiche- 
rungsabkoaimen anwendbar. Die gleichzeitige Anv/endung mehrerer Abkommen 
ist im übrigen nicht zulässig. 

Die MLndestversicherijngszeit kann von Ihnen auch nicht durch A^usübung ei- 
nes Beitragsnachantrichtungsrechts erfüllt werden. 

Die Wiedei-eröffnung des Rechts auf Nachentrichtung von Beiträgen zur 
deutschen Rentenversicherung setzt sowohl nach § 21 I \siGS^G als auch 
nach § 22 I ViG^G voraus, daß für den Versicherten e rstmals aufgrund der 
Neuregelung des § 20 II \'^SVG oder nad:i § 17 I b letzter Kalbsatz FRG 
(i. d. F. V. 1.1.90) Beitrags- oder Eeschäfticfun:?s zelten nach dem FRG zu 
berüch'siclitigen sind. 

5e-reits im Zeitraum 1.12.79 bis 31.12.80 Vv-aren Sie als Verfolgter i. S. 
d. § 1 BB3 und als Vertriebener i. S. d. § 1 II Nr. 1 BVFG anerkannt und 
haben deiigeTäß schon am 15.1.80 bei der BfA einen Antrag auf Nachentrich- 
tung von Beiträgen nach \'^^G gestellt. Der Antrag wurde dui^ch Bescheid 



UdL Di-Ai VUJll 



4.9.1981 in der Fassung des Widerspruchsbescheides vom 
27.7.1982 v;egen fehlender Mitwirkung - rechtsverbindlich - abgelehnt. 

Bei dieser Sachlage gehör -n Sie nicht zum Personenkreis derjenigen, die 
erstmals von der Neuregelung des § 20 II ViG^G erfaßt werden sollen. 

Für Sie sind im übrigen weder BeiU^ags- noch Beschäftigungszeiten nach 
dem Fremdrentengesetz zu berücksichtigen. 

Sie haben angegeben, im Auswanderer lehrgut Groß-Breesen, Kreis Trebnitz 
Schlesien, zur Ausbildung gewesen zu sein. Dieser Ausbildungsort liegt 
jjinerhalb der Grenzen des Deutschen Reichs nach dem Stand vom 
31.12.1937, v;eslialb eine Berüc>-^ichtigung von Zeiten nach dem FRG nicht 
in Betracht kommt. 



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Mangels anrechenbarer Beitragszeit konnten auch eventuell anrechenbare 
Ersatzzeiten nicht berücksichtigt werden. 

Scfweit Sie vortragen, die Ableriiong des Nachentrichtungsantrages vom 
15.1.1980 sei nicht rechtiräßig erfolgt, ist einzuwenden, daß das Verfah- 
ren rechtskräftig cibgeschlossen wurde, da Sie von der hfcglichkeit, gegen 
den Widerspruchsbescheid Klage zu erheben, keinen Gebrauch gemacht ha- 
ben. 

Aber seltet wenii Fan Ihrer Auffassung folgen würde, hätten Sie jeden- 
falls nach Maßgabe des .z^rt. 16 II der Durchführungsvereinbarung zurrt 
deutsGh-air>eril;aniEichen Sozia Iversicherurygsahikommen (DV-DAS\7^) in Verbin- 
dung mit § 10 \'^SVG kein Recht äuf Nachentriditung von Pflichtbeiträgen. 

Dieses setzt voraus, daß eine in der deutschen Rentenversicheruiig versi- 
cherungspflichtige Beschäftigung oder Tätig>:eit aus Verfolgungsgründen 
unterbrochen oder beendet worden ist oder bis zum Beginn der Verfolgung 
eine Ausfallzeit wegen Krankheit, Sdiwangerschaft oder Arbeitslosigkeit 
vorgeleg.^in hat. 



Diese Voraussetzung erfüllen Sie nicht, da die Zeiten ijn Ausv/andei^er lehr- 
gut Groß-Breesen aus den dargelegten Giöinden keine vers icherungspf licht i- 

ae B^SChäf i"'irninrr war nnH H;::^ho-r ?^T»r^Vi Hiö \7r>^-^y^c-c-'r^■*~^r^^>^^ ^^^ -. ,1 •, 

Vei-sicheiaingszeiten von miirJester^ 60 Kalendemionaten von Irmen nicht er- 
füllt v;ird. 



Es b3stür>de für Sie lediglich die Möglichkeit der Nachentrichtung frei- 
wmig.er Beiträge nach Maßgabe des Art. 16 I DV-aASVA in Verbindung mit 
§ 10 a \\iGSVG. 

Sollten Sie daran nochmals Ihr Interesse bekunden, wäre die Landesversi- 
(■.'heriingsanstalt Freie und Piansestadt Hamburg bereit, einen entsprechen- 
den Antrag zu bescheiden. Sie werden jedoch darauf hingewiesen, daß die 
Nacl-jentrichtung freiwilliger Beiträge nicht die Anrechenbarkeit von Er- 
satzzeiten zur Folge hat. Eine Rentenleistung v^nlrde ausschließlich aus 
den von Ihnen eingezahlten freiwilligen Beiträgen erfolgen, was sich 
nach Auffa3sur'>g der Lai-desversicherungsanstalt als nicht wirtschaftlich 
einreisen v/ür-ide. 



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Bei dieser Sach- und Rechtslage mußte der Widerspruchsausschuß den Wider- 
spruch zurüc)":v;eisen. 



Redhtsbehelf sbelehrung : 

Gegen diesen Bescheid können Sie innerhalb von drei Monaten nach seiner 
Zustellung Klage erheben. 

Wenn Sie Klage erheben wollen, ist sie schriftlich beim 

Sozialgericht Piamburg 
Kaiser-Wilhelm-Str. 100 
20355 Hamborg 
Bundesrepublik Dautschlard 

einzureichen. 

Sie können auch den Urkundsbear.iten der Geschäftsstelle dieses Gericlits. 
aufsuchen und Ihre Klage schriftlich aufn'2hiTien lassen. 









den USA, dem Department of Health and Human Servi c-es, Social Security Ad- 
ministration, eingereicht werden. 



Die Widerspruchsstelle; 



Aliner 

Vertreter der Gruppe 

der Versicheixen 

Beglaubicft: 



Reszczynski 
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\ • OFFICER OUALIFICATIONS RECORD 

9 Read the form completely before you answer any of the questions. If a question does not apply to your particular case, write "Does not 
apply". If in doubt about the answer to a question, leave it blank. An experienced officer will assist you in answenng such questions. 
Do not US« blocks in right margin. 

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(») DATE OF BIRTH CUDUI^TRY 

U Oct, 1920 Garmany 



(13) MARITAL STATUS (ciRO-E) 
(SjNCL^ MARRIEP SEPARATED 



OIVORCED 
WIDOWED 







(2) SERIAL NO. 

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(3) ARM OR SERVICE 

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(6) ENTRY ON 

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GRADE ON ENTRY DATE 

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(10) WIFE'S COUNTRY OF (11) MOTHER'S COUNTRY OF 

Doerf'TOt apply G^ttaär^ 



(12) FATHERS COUNTRY OF 



(14) NUMBER OF DE- 

2PENDENTS OTHER 
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DATES (month and year) 



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Sept.^j iüS (Inf.) 



Jan UU 



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ARMED FORCE 



ADS(RBIB) 



HIGHEST 
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Pfc Xifleaan, Intemal Security, 



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TYPE OF DUTY 



ASTP Student, Area and Language( Chinese) 



Pfc Student at Mil. Int. Tr. Center, Gaap Rit- 



chie, Md. Course: Inte rrtgation of Pl's» 



(germsai) 



ACTIVE OR 
INACTIVE 
(SPECIFY) 



Active 



Active 



Active 



(17^ CURRENT MILITARY EXPERIENCE —INDICATE EXACT DinY BY Trn_ES. SINCE EhfTRY ON CURRENT ACTIVE DUTY. EXCEPT FOR TOURS OF DUTY WMICM CONSTITUTE MIU- 
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UNIT. ORGANIZATION 
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Det. of Patiento 



Enemy PI Information 
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Ft. Meade, Md. 



DUTY 



Lt. FW Interrogation Officer (MOS 9316) 



Interrogations conducted at Aniy level( itrat* 
a nd f o r CI C ), a t Regt l. l t?ve l (t ft ctic al ) 



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Supervision of search of Pls, regtl. Pf endo- 
mir ft ^ evac^^a t io ^^ of P*« . Kvamlnii t . i rvn nT ftn ftm y 
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Adminiatrative Officer (MOS 212#) 



In Charge of Heporting sub-section 



W. Dm A' O. O. Form No. 08fi7 

12 Octobar 1043 



ATTACH ADDITIONAIi SHEETS IF NECE3SARY 



24-59440 ABCO 



(t8) MILITARY SPECIALTIES (DESCRIBC BRIEFLY SKILLS IN WHICM VOU HAVC MAO MILITARY EXPERIENCE OR COUCATIONl 



As EM: iilfleman« ßn> Int> Scout ani ObS'.jrvt^^r 



Int. NGO ( ÄQS 631) 
As Of f X Interro^,ator of Prisoners of War (AOä 9316) 



Administrative Officer (^^üS 2120) 



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f19) CIVILIAN EXPERIENCE. — GIVE A COMPLETE RECORD OF CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT. START WITK YOUR LAST POSITION AND WORK BACK TO THE 
FIRST POSITION YOU HELD. DESCRIUE YOUR FIELD OF WORK AND POSITION AND STATE YOUR OUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES SO SPECIFICAU.Y AND IN 
SUCH DETAIL AS TO MAKE YOUR OUALIFICATIONS AS CL.EAR AS POSSIBLE. "NAME OF EMPLOYER" SHOULO BE THE ORGANIZATION NAME, NOT THEOWNER'S 
OR SUPERVISORS. 'KINO OF BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION" SHOULO BE SPECIFIED BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND COMMOOITY OR SERVICE (E. C. 
MANUFACTURER OF ELEVATORS. WHOLESALE FURNITURE). "nUMBER ANO CLASS OF EMPt-OYECS YOU SUPERVISED'" SHOULO INOICATE WHETHER SUPER- 
VISION WAS OIRECT OR INDIRECT. ' EARNED INCOME" SHOUI-D NOT INCI-UOE TRAVEL EXPENSE ANO SIMILAR ITEMS "EXACTLY WHAT YOU OID"'SHOULO 
SHOW YOUR FUNCTION. IN ENGINEERING THIS WOULO BE CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN. OPERATION. ETC.; IN INDUSTRY FUNCTION WOULD BE EXPRESSED AS 
SALES. PURCHASING. OVER-ALL MANAGEMENT. ACCOUNTING. ETC. IN OTHER OCCUPATIONS. SIMILARLY. EXACT FUNCTIONS SHOULD BC STATCD TO GIVE 
THE CLCAREST POSSIBLE PICTURE OF YOUR EXPERIENCE 



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Hyde-Farmlanis, BurkeviJkle, Virginia 



EARNED INCOME (PER ANNUm) 

FINAL » Nona 



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FROM (MONTH and YEAR) 

Feb. /JJ 



TO (MONTH AND YEAR) 



EXACTLY WHAT DID YOU D07 



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WoFKüd witn th^ Pouitry -breeder flock 



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Hyde - Fa ralan dg I nCt 



ADDRESS 



Caiütnieted farm buildings, worked Inthe 
latU U Cr op D ß pt . 



BiirkaYlllft, Ya] 

KIND OF BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION 



Pouitry Farm. (170D acrea) 

NUMBER AND CLASS OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED (sHOW DIRECT AND INDIRECT 

supcrvision) 



3 , dlrect. 



MACHINES AND EOUIPMENT USED 



Genaral Farm Equipaant^ truek^ traetor. 



EXACT TITLE OF POSITION 

Sharfthnldar of H.F. Ine. 



PLACE 



(CITY) 



(STATE) 



Wieringerwaard y Holland 



FROM (MONTH ANO YEAR) 

Dac 1936 



TO (MONTH AND YEAR) 

Jan 19AD 



NAME OF EMPLOYER 



larkdorp fierlngarwaard 



EARNED INCOME (PER ANNUm) 

FINAL 9 Hotna 



STARTING $ 



EXACTLY WHAT DID YOU DO? 



Stqpenriaad work detaila of atudenta» 



ADDRESS 



Wieringerwaard , Holland 

KIND OF BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION 

General and Daizry Farm, ( jDO acrea ) 



NUMBER AND CLASS OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED (SHOW DIRECT AND INDIRECT 
SUPERVISION) 

60 « lOD atudenta. direct. 

MACHINES AND EOUIPMENT USED 



General Farm machjaery 



EXACT TITLE OF POSITION 



Bataila working in the Field Crop Dept 
biiilding tne drainage ayitem and takinf 



aoil i^proving aeaaurea. 



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EXACT TITLE OF POSITION 


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FROM (MONTH AND YEAR) TO (MONTH AND YEAR) 


EARNED INCOME (PER ANNUM) 

FINAL % STARTING % 




NAME OF EMPLOYER 


EXACTLY WHAT DID YOU DO^ 




ADDRESS 


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KIND OF BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION 






NUMBER AND CLASS OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED (SMOW DIRECT AND INOIRECT 

sufervision) 






MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT USED 






PLACE (CITY) (STATE) 


EXACT TITLE OF POSITION 




FROM (MONTH AND YEAR) TO (MONTH AND YEAR) 


EARNED INCOME (PER ANNUM) 

FINAL $ STARTING t 




NAME OF EMPLOYER 


EXACTLY WHAT DID YOU DO? 


ADDRESS 






KIND OF BUSINESS OR ORGAKiZATION 

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NUMBER AND CLASS OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED (sHOW DIRECT ANO INWRECT 
SUPERVISION) 






MACHINFS AND EQUIPMENT USED 






PLACE (CITY) (STATE) 


EXACT TITLE OF POSITION 




FROM (MONTH AND YEAR) , TO (MONTH AND YEAR) 


EARNED INCOME (PER ANNUM) 

FINAL $ STARTING $ 




NAME OF EMPLOYER 


tXACTLY WHAT DiD TÖO DO^ 




ADDRESS 


' 




KIND OF BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION 






NUMBER AND CLASS OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED (SHOW DIRCCT ANO INOIRECT 

supervision) 






MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT USED 






PLACE (CITY) (STATE) 


EXACT riTLF OF POSITION 




FROM (MONTH AND YEAR) TO (MONTH AND YEAR) 


EARNED INCOME (PER ANNUm) 

FINAL S STARTING $ 




NAME OF EMPLOYER 


EXACTLY WHAT DID YOU DOT 




ADDRESS 






KIND OF BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION 






number ano class of employffs you supervised (show dircct and indf rect 
supervision) 






MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT USED 







ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS IF NECESSARY 



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(aO) EDUCATION. (ciPtCLK HIOHKVT ORAOE OOMMJETCD. D-CMCNTARV On HIOM SCHOOI.) 



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OTHER SUBJECTS SPCCIALIZED IN (SHOW TRADE ANO VOCATIONAl. SCHOOCS) 



(2t) FOREIGN LANGUAGES. — (cHECK PNOnciCNCV) 



LANGUAGE 



(SPECirr OIAL.ECT IF any) 



German(high and most 



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AND PURPOSE OF ANY FOREIGN EXPERIENCE. (gIVE COUNTRY AND SUBOIVISION; USE OFFICIAl. NAME AS OF IMS) ADOITIONAl. INFORMATION CAN 8E 
EKTERED UNDER REMARKS AT ENO OF FORM. 



COUNTRY 



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DATES 



FROM— 



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(city) 



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SPECIALIZATION. UST ONLY SUCH SKILLS AS YOU BE1.IEVE ARE AT A LEVEL SUFFICIENTLY HIGH TO BE UTILIZEO ON THE SAME BASIS AS MAJOR OCCU- 
PATJONAL EXPERIENCE E. G.. RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATION UNDER FEDERAL LICENSE. MEMBERSHIP IN THE U. S. POWER SQUAORON. ETC.) 



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(24) REMARKS (STATE ANY OTHER INFORMATION YOU MAY DESIRE TO SUBMIT WHICH WILL BE HELPFU. IN ASCERTAINING YOUR BEST FIELD OF USEFULNESS). 

5) SFW l.wri^t, rößtricted movainent of left wrist and general we:ikncss of 
— left haÄd, TLS for 6 morith wlttv re-G::ainlnatlön at en i of tuat tlmeCHq, asT Conv.Hosp.' 

Camp üpton, N.Y. Par. 11 S.O. I4I1 13 Jun 45) 

KüriTwndy 

Purple Höart, ETO ribbon wit:i stars for the campaiOT of M. France and ^nineland, Aacr. 
Def . Serv. ribboü, Gooi ^ondict rlbbon) ; 



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ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS IF NECESSARY 



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SIGNATURE 



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■ir U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFr 



H3AD(iü.<UtTaRS AR^tl INSTITOOS 
lladis<»i^ V/isconsin 



September 23, 1942 



Private Icl Hermann Neustadt 
Goapar^ If 176th Ini^antry Eg (R) 
Fort llyer, Virginia 



Dear Private Neustadt: 



The Anay Institute is privileged to award you the "Certifi- 
cate of Proficiency»» for having successXully completed thö 
Anny Institute course in ARITHIßiTIC . 

You will be intorested in knowini^ that you have co^pleteii 
thiö course ivith a fiaal average grade oi 93 »6 • 

It is thü sincero wish of the CoBEnandant and the staff of 
The Hrmy Institut o that your study of thia course will prove 
boneficial both to you and to the Ariay of the United States, 
in vfhich you are serving your Country at v;ar« 



Very truly youra. 



Incl. 



»^Certificate of 
Proficiency" 



AUN K. DeVilTT 
Ist Lt., Infantry 
Principal 








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SEPARATION QUALIFICATION RECORD' 

SA VE THIS FORM IT WILL NOT BE REPLACED IF LOST 



This record oi )ob aMignmcnts and special training rrccived in thc Army is furnishrd to the soldicr when he tcaves che scrvicc. In irs prrfittra- 
cion, Information is takcn from available Armv records and supplcmcnted by personal interview. The information about civilian educanon aad 
work experience is based on the individual's own Statements. The veteran may present this document to former employers, procpettive cmployers, 
represenucivet of schools or Colleges, or use it in any other way that may prove bene6cial to him 



> «•* 



9\mi%-% NAMC MiOCX-C INITIAL 



NEH'TON, riAKVbY P. 



I *«MV SCftIAL NO 



o 555 150 



S GMAOC 



Ist Lt 



4. SCX:iAL SECURITY No 



None 



•. ^CMMANKMT MAU iNO AOOMCSS (»WtA, Tily. C^miUji, Sitkt) 

W^st Walnut Read, Vineland, 
Ca«t>^rl&nd Countyj N> J, 



«. OAT» O» tXTWt INTO 7 0%TC or SEPAR^tflON 

ACTivc aciwicc 

18 Jun 19M^ 2 ^prtl l>i;6 



•. DATE OF BlfTTH 



4 Oct 1920 



^ • ^^ * ^'■s >^* ^^ > »« *«^% * I ^ I % 



R^CioriAl Hospital 
Zt-a-ütQ^ G^ Meade j Md> 



MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS 



10 MONTHS II GRADE i 12. MILITARY CX:CUPATK>NAL SPECIALTV 



8 

6 



2d Lt Prlscner of War Interro' 
j gation Officer (9316) 
Ist LtJAdmlnistrative Officer 

(2120) 



• »•^« 



SUMMARY OF MILITARY OCCUPATIONS 



RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATION 



PRISQNEK QF WAR INTERBQGATIQN QFFICER —Conducted interrogation of German 
Prlsoners of War and clvilians to obtain information for use in Strate- 
gie« 1 planning and for combat intelligence. Reported to G-2 of United 
CtÄtes Third Army on Strategie level and to G-2s of 29th and lOuth 
iJivisions and Regimental ö-2s on tactical level. Supervised regimental 
PW tnclosures, search and evacuation of prisoners and examination of 
•neay documents. Participated in Normandy, Northern France and Rhlne- 
land caapaigns. Awarded Purple Heart Medal« 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER — Was in Charge of reporting and flexoline sec- 
tion in Enemy Priscner of War Information Bureau, Office of the Provost 
Marshall General, Supervised reporting of capture and death of enemy 
personnel in United States Custody to International Red Gross, protect- 
ing powers and U. S. Department of State. Served as Personnel Officer 
supervising EPWIB non-American personnel. Was assistant Chief of Cor- 
respondence and Reporting Branch. 



WD AOO FMM ._. 
I Jfl ifil lUU 



This fr>rm MpBrMdM WD AOO Porm lon. lA July 1944, which will not hp uard 



MIUTARY EDUCATION 



U. NAMC Om TYFC OF 9CMOOL —COUIWC Oft CUfWtICULUM OUNATtON — OCSCftimON 



1 



Military Intelllgence Training Center, Camp Ritchie, Md. PV/ Interroga- 
tion ~ 6 weeks. 

Unlversity of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Alien Language Studies 
(Chir.ese - 4 mos. 



aVIUAN EDUCATION 



15 HIGHFST GRALM 
COMPtf TFD 



»• DCGRFXS O« DIPLOM AS 17 VEAR UETT 



2% years i 

College H.S, Diploma 

<• NAMC *»«i AOOReSS O^ LAST SCHCXX. ArrENOCO 

Gross Breesen 

Silesia, Germany 



SCHOCX. 



1938 



• MA>t<« ( oijwses OF STuor 



Agronomy 



OTHER TRAINING OR SCHOOLING 

2a CCXJMSE- NAME ANO ADDRESS OF SCHOOl (>««• /' n 



None 



aVlUAN OCCUPATIONS 



21. TITVE -MAME. ANO AL>oneBB OF EMPt-OrER -INCLUSIVE OATES OCSCRIPTtON 



KAKMER — Raiseu and harvested com, wheat, soy beans, alfülfa ±nCi saaII 
crops. Raised and bred livestock on farm devoted to diversified agrl- 
culture. 



ADDIXIONAL INFORMATION 



U RftMARKS 



^Served as enlistea man from 24 May 1941 to 17 June 1944 



24 SIGNATURC OF PERSON BEING SCPARATED 



?S. SIGNATURE OF SEP/ RATION CLASSIFICATION 
OFMtER 




26 NAMC OF OFFICER (T^ftdor Simmptd) 

JAMES C. EARBOUR, 
2d Lt. MAC. 



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•»»JN 



W^ 








^♦e. 

'$^ 



ji^onoralile ©iÄcfjarae 



33044875 



Harraann Neujtfcdt • 

PrlTaf Firat Cla». Co ^L jä T^Ll„i„g Battalion 

9rmp of tfje «niteb Ätatc« 



m€^4€a. 









^■ 



</>/y. /<n//,/4(/ 



./ntr» a/ Camp Ritchi«, Maryland, 



-/<//f 



17 Jun« 1944, 




CHILES Y. a/L„.,^ 
Jrigadiar GenarAlT USA 
Cünmanduit 




D., A. O. O. Form No. M 

JttMMfir a. 1M3 



ENLISTED RECORD OF 



Itustadt Htrwam MI . S5(H4875 ^ Prt lol 

Born in ÖTttUu ..ntheÄBlof — ^ 

P— — ,nd.Kt«i ' 24 Ita/ , 1941 . «t ÄlQlmoiid^ Ya,. 

Whrn ^nli.ted or mduel«! be w,M TlTtaty > F f N ?PW ft fT WV^^^TiPftt^"" 

ft rani*r ictMral CA 

Hr hm.\ ir«y ♦•>«». DrOWn hair, 



Conipletod 



M«^R''l'CHi%inMfc*rf, 



v^ar«.. 



iiioiiths, 



24 dmys Service for lonKTMiv pav 

Total A«i't. Piid$2ii2__. 



Trard Pay to 



• Nt>iiP<Miiini!wione<i offirer 

M,i.tar> .r.itJ.^rai,..„..Riri« Cal ,22 MU; Soor# 199. Rifl» '03 MU; Score 166. M-1 Rifl'» I^; 
i A^.nv M-c.aiiv Intelli«#ttoe »CO (651) 1944. ' '^• 

ASTP AAL (ChiasM) 1943. MITC Cp Ritohi* Md (G^nMin IIW) 1^44. 

(Nam« of Doocommwsiooed nflicmn' or s[)«rta] mry\tm schooli 



Aitenrlance «t 



BamI#»<. •fican« >nrrit«. «kirmiiiKeii, exf>editi<)nH 



(Nam« 

none. 



rWor.t.o,». .ervire.neilal. rit.t.oni, Good CondUCt RlbboO ZZ JWMI 1943. 



Woiindt* FfreivtHi in j*er\ irr 



BD IM 



c LurrdR 

" CÄPTÄIN. F n 
FlNAHCEmMCtH 



Dau" äimI rr^uit of HmÄiiiH.i vaccination « 7 Ffbruary 1943 Xivnun«. 

Dateof completion of all t>F>hüid parntvphoid VÄCCinationM «6 March 1943. Stlm 8 Mar 44. 
Dmte and rewuh of di|»htheria immtinitv te«t (Schick) ♦ nOUe. 

r>«uofoth.r .•rru.*M.>n. .p^.f ..rcoe..^ • 2 Ootob«r 1941 TeUnu« toxold o<nipl0t#d. Idd 2 D»o 42 

Phviral rofHl.t..»^ wH^ 'l.üehartf^l ^OOd Marrted <.r -in.l- •iogi«. 

Honorablv di«rhaM#1 Jh ^«^'' H/^^^ Of ^OTt tO a0C«pt O0«aii««ioil 2d Lt AUS. 

(Hmrmcter 0{^/^^^^^<4^ >öf Periods of active duty • 24 May 41 tO 17^00« 44 IrVOl* 

RemArkx ' No t Jm lott undar AW 107« Soldiar isot antitlod to traVal or mustaring-out^ 
pigraiAt. 




Hignature of soldicr 




Capt.f AUB 
Pariozinai Offioer 



numlMr af dayt \mX uadw A W 197 (If mnm. 



INSTRUCTION» PO> ENUSTED RBCORD 

• %*\m .Ut>a#hiiWKfti^ only in aue <►( IraioM in<luct«d umler S*l«?tive Tmining «nd S«r% k» Act of 1»40 (Bull. *V. W l) , IMO); ia all otliar 
•nliatnwnt Klimin«t# «ofd not aitpliraMc 

' t cir M(-h •olisini.iii (ue r«>m|«n>. rcfiment. or uriii «if Service wiih inrluxive dat«a of larvioe, ffimd.. raija» crf «1 
■• Mal«). vnA fiuriihrr i>f days rrtaiiMd and causr »f rMMilion in wrvioe lor oi>nveDiano» of th« Ocvarnniant. if anjr 
» Fnl#r .lualiflmimn.* jn arm«, horwmanship. .tc. Show the iiualiftcalion. data Iharaof. and numhw, data, aad 

• M» paracraph 12. A H 44> 210 

• If 'iitrhari»! prior to ripiration of wrvice. «iv* numbw. datf. and v>uro» of order or füll «ledoripton of authority th«r«lor 

• FoiM i»ri,Ki« Mf active .liii> ,,f nili-»t*.| men or i»ie Hf«ular A-my Revrve and Ih« Enlintrn Kiwervf ( ..rj» aml 'lataa i>f ladurtton into Fadarai Sanrtaa la tha eaaaa 
nf ui«m>i«ir« of \.\w National (Miar<j 

' Inallcaiwuof in*n whoareenttiJ^.I »orfc^iv« ^ertlf1^^»t*^ of Servii» imdpr AR :U.S .VM), fiti.-r lu rr app.>intm.'nl» aml ralingi held »nd all olhrr IUm< M spaeial 
proflciency or mrrr oiher thaii th<>w shown a^xivr 

INMTRDCTIONS POR CERTIPirATE OF DISCHARGE 

AN M-> 4>« 

Inaart wam» a*. "John J Dof," in rvnifr of form 

Irawrt Arm> sarial numbw im.ie roriipany. re«iin»ni. or arm or .icrvic«. n» "•«3(ÖÜ2 ". "Corporal. Comiiany A. IM Iniantry". "tarptant. 

Th» nani« an<l fra.l» .»t ih» ..mrrr %iK(iir.| ih< certificate will l» tyr«writl*n or phnied below th« signatura. 

U. t. OOVCRKMKNT nUKTIMC OrriCK IMl O SSWTl 



1 i 



^ 






'O« -^ 



'^ 




SEPARATION QUALIFICATION RECORD 

SA VE THIS FORM. IT WILL NOT BE REPLACED IF LOST 



This record of Job assignments and special training received in the Army is furnished to the soldier when he leaves the Service. In its prepara- 
tion, Information is taken from available Army records and supplemented by personal interview. The information about civilian education and 
work experience is based on the individual's own Statements. The veteran may present this document to former employers, prospective employers, 
representatives of schools or Colleges, or use it in any other way that may prove beneficial to him. 



1. LAST NAME— FIRST NAME— MIDDLE INITIAL 



NEVv'TON, HARVEY P. 



2. ARMY SERIAL No. 



555 150 



3. GRADE 



Ist Lt 



4. SOCIAL SECURITY NO 



Nene 



5. PERMANENT MAILING ADDRESS (Street, City, CoutUy, State) 

V/est Walnut Read, Vineland, 
C-omberland Coiinty^ N* J. 



6. DATE OF ENTRY INTO 
ACTIVE SERVICE 



18 Jun 1944n 2 April 19hb 



7. DATE OF SEPARATION 



8. DATE OF BIRTH 



4 Oct 1920 



.9. PLACE OF SEPARATION 



Regional Hospital 
Ft. Geo> G, Meade 



Md^ 



MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS 



10. MONTHS 



8 
6 



11. GRADE 



12. MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY 



2d Lt Priscner of War Interro- 
gation Officer (9316) 
Ist Ltj Administrative Officer 

(2120) 



SUMMARY OF MILITARY OCCUPATIONS 



13. TITLE— DESCRIPTION— RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATION 



PRISQNER QF Y/AR INTEHROGATION OFFICER ^-Conducted interrogation of German 
Prisoners of War and civilians to obtain information for use in strate- 
gical planning and for combat intelligence. Reported to G-2 of United 
States Third Army on Strategie level and to G-2s of 29th and lOOth 
Divisions and Regimental S-2s on tactical level. Supervised regimental 
FW enclosures, search and evacuation of prisoners and examination of 
enemy documents. Participated in Normandy, Northern France and Rhine- 
land campaigns. Awarded Purple Heart Medal. 

ADIvlINISTRATIVE OFFICER — Was in Charge of reporting and flexoline sec- 
tion in Enemy Prisoner of Vvar Information Bureau, Office of the Provost 
Marshall General. Supervised reporting of capture and death of enemy 
personnel in United States Custody to International Red Gross, protect- 
ing powers and U. S. Department of State. Served as Personnel Officer 
supervising EPWIB non-American personnel« Was assistant Chief of Cor- 
respondence and Reporting Branch. 



1? AGO FORM 4 ^^ 
114 5 lUU 



This form supersedes WD .\(}0 Form 100. lf> July 1944, which will not bt> ust>d. 



i 



MILITARY EDUCATION 



U. NAME OR TYPE OF SCHOOL— COURSE OR CURRICULUM— DURATION — DESCRIPTION 



Military Intelligence Training Center, Camp Ritchie, Md. 
tion - 8 weeks. 



PV/ Interroga- 



University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Alien Language Studies 
(Chinese - 4 nios. 



avnJAN EDUCATION 



15. HIGHEST GRADE 
_ tCOMPLETED 

2i years 
College 



16. DEGREESOR DIPLOM AS 



H.S. Diploma 



17. YEAR LEFT 
SCHOOL 

1938 



18. NAME AND ADDRESS OF LAST SCHOOL ATTENDEO 

Gross Breesen 

Silesia^ Germany 



19. MAJOR COURSES OF STUDY 



Agronomy 



OTHER TRAINING OR SCHOOLING 



20. COURSE— NAME AND ADDRESS OF SCHOOL— DATE 



None 



21. DURATION 



aVILIAN OCCUPATIONS 



22. TITLE— NAME AND ADDRESS OF EMPLOYER— INCLUSIVE DATES— DESCRIPTION 



FARMEPv — Raised and harvested com, wheat, soy beans, alfalfa and small 
crops. Raised and bred livestock on farm devoted to diversified agri- 
culture. 



4 ■( ■ 



ADDITIGNAL INFORMATION 



23. REMARKS 
1 



Served as enlisted man from 24 May 194-1 to 17 Jiine 1944 • 



24. SIGNATURE OF PERSON BEING SEPARATED 



25. SIGNATURE OF SEP> RATION CLASSIFICATION 
OFPftER 




26. NAME OF OFFICER (Typed OT Stamped) 

JM\E3 C. EARBOUR, 
2d Lt. MAC. 



tnitt 



u. s. covcüNHCNT nriMfiMG offi<:e — 0-e57477 



MILITARY RECDRD AND REPORT DF SEPARATIDN 

CERTIFICATE DF SERVICE 



1. LAST NAME ■ FIRST NAME - MIDDLE INITIAL 



U&^Ul^B üttTVigr / 



6. ORGANIZATION 



I^UWury 4it%«Ui^«ia«i ü^rtimt m^ 



9. PERMANENT ADDRESS FOR MAILING PURPOSES 



2. ARMY SERIAL NUMBER 3. Aus. grade 4. ARM OR SERVICE 



&äiS%SQ :\»% 1% 



7. DATE OF RELIEF 
FROM ACTIVE ÜUTY 



Ü Ä|)rll l»^ 



•Mi daXftut u4Nd ¥li30Umi hmw «^erö««> 



CMF 



5. COMPONENT 



AOa» 



8. PLACE OF SEPARATION 






10. DATE OF BIRTH 



4 w€lpü«r a^ 



12. ADDRESS FROM WHICH EMPLOYMENT WILL BE SOUGHT 



M« QU» Ky> 



13. COLOR 
EYES 



18. 



RACE 



WHITE 



NEGRO 



OTHER (speci/y) 



19. 



MARITAL STATUS 



SINGLE 



MARRIED 



OTHER (spect/y) 



20. U.S. CITIZEN 



NO 



br 



14. COLOR 
HAIR 



isriiMi 



1'. PLACE OF BIRTH 



r 



i^r#»JUtt i>riiny 



15. HEIGHT 



^f^ 



16. WEICHT 



iu 



LBS. 



17. NO. OF 

DEPENOENTS 



lüO 



21. CIVILIAN OCCUPATION AND NO. 



^hsrmir 



Mi 



SELECTIVE 

SERVICE 

DATA 



► 



MILITARY HISTORY 



22. REGISTERED 



YES 

JL 



NO 



23. LOCAL S. S. 

BOARD NUMBER 



26. DATE OF ENTRY ON ACTIVE DUTY 



X& «luAft Xi^ti^ 



24. COUNTY AND STATE 



Mot^-^iNM' <*^ WLrfJiuLsk 



25. HOME ADDRESS AT TIME OF ENTRY ON ACTIVE DUTY 



27. MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL S.t-ECIALTY AND NO. 



in«amir oT «cio« iiiUiT0i4iU«ft iXiimr yjl6 



28. BATTLES AND CAMPAIGNS 



Qmk^i^$k af i^tHmXiu^ 



29. DECORATIONS AND CITATIONS A«Wi««ll XllMtor iT.ltellt« W^TIA UUt U U^Ü^^^JUl l^tt^iU k^Wt 

Ämrlüm ;>^rci^« tttrviij« iilui^ott i&ttro^Ä»-4tViWÄ-iii.<iai# 4.Ä«t«ira lii«»&«r 4tu>Ä 



30. WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION 



fmi^Mfti v^ynd Urt m^Ut imptiU^ir FrMM >a lia%«ü£}i^r XJkU 



31. SERVICE SCHOOLS ATTENDED 



MttiMI 



33. REASON AND AUTHORITY FOR SEPARATION*^ ^iT i^^!) J^' i^ Üw*!^ 



34. 



32. 



SERVICE OUTSIDE CONTINENTAL U. S. AND RETURN 



DATE OF DEPARTURE 

1 MKt IjTU» 



DESTINATION 



fi*jkli3^ liMkAtlir 



U|lit#4 ^UtAli 



CURRENT TOUR OF ACTIVE DUTY 



CONTINENTAL SERVICE 



YEARS 



MONTHS 



DAYS 



FOREIGN SERVICE 



YEARS 



MONTHS 



DAYS 






INSURANCE NOTICE 



DATE OF ARRIVAL 



35. 



EDUCATicN (years) 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL A 

. -1 



HIGH SCHOOL 



COLLEGE 



H 



IMPORTANT *Ir.^^J^l^*^ '^ ^^"^ ^^*° y^HEH DUE OR WITHIN THIRTY-ONE DAYS THEREAFTER. INSURANCE WILL LAPSE. MAKE CHECKs'o« MON EY ORDERS PAYABLE 

imfUXXil^iyi TP THE TREASURER OF THE U. S. AND FORWARDTO COLLECTIONS SUBDIVISION. VETERAN3 ADMINISTRATION. WASHINGTON 25. D. C. «^ »''^^ABLE 



36. KIND OF INSURANCE 



NAT. SERV. 

A 



U. S. GOVT. 



NONE 



37. HOW PAID 



ALLOTMENT 



OIRECT TO 
V.A. 



38. EFFECTIVE DATE OF ALLOT- 
MENT DISCONTINUANCE 



39. DATE OF NEXT PREMIUM 

D u E ( one tnonth after 38) 



40. PREMIUM DUE 
EACH MONTM 



41. INTENTION OF VETERAN TO 



CONTINUE 



CONTINUE ONLY 



DISCONTINUE 



42. 



X 



X 

c 



■ü 

s 

z 



43. REMARKS (This Space for completion of above items or entry of other items specified in W. D. Directives) 



44. SIGNATUBE OF OFFICER BEING SEPARATED 



45. PERSONNEL OfFiCER ( Type name, grade 4lt4l^(sii$i^^^ö$§Si^ii^0iM}ßJi,. \.:.l^ 4^% Mj^' 



WD AGO FORM 53-98 This fomt superscdes all previotis editions of WD AGO Forttis 

1 November 1944 53 and 280 for o/ficers entitled to a Certificate of Service, 

which will not be used after receipt of this revision. 



7. REEMPLOYMENT COMMITTEEMAN COPY (To: State Director of 
Selective Service for State sbown in Item 12) 



( 




Veterans Administration 



WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 

August 28, 1946 



Lieutenant Harvoy P. Newton, 
West Walnut Road, 
Vineland, New Jersey 



YOUR FILE REFERENCE't 



IN REPLY REPER TOt 8ACBA, 



Dear Sir: 

C-7 ,827,371 

This has reference to your claim for retired pay under the pro- 

visions of Section 5, Public No. 18, 76th Congress, as amended. 

Certification has been received from the War Department that you 
are entitled to retired pay of |131*25 monthly, effective from 4/5/46 * 
Under the law, payment of these benefits is made by the Veterans Administra- 
ion and appropriate action is accordingly being taken regarding the ad- 
justment of your account. ♦ ♦157.50 from 7/1/46 

Section 212, Public No. 212, 72d Congress, as amended, provides, 
in effect, that no Federal employee, employee of the Municipal Government 
of the District of Columbia or employee of any corporation the majority of 
the stock of which is owned by the United States, shall be entitled during 
the period of such employment to retired pay from the United States on ac- 
count of Service as a coraraissioned officer, at a rate in excess of an amount 
which when combined with the annual rate of compensation from such employ- 
ment, makes the total rate from both sources more than $3,000 annually. 
This Provision, however, is not for application if the disease or injury 
for which retired pay has been authorized was incurred in combat with an 
•enemy of the United i^tates or was the result of an explobion of an instru- 
mentality of war in line of duty. 

The provisions of Section 212 are notapplicable in your case, 
since the War Department states that the disability on which your retire- 
ment is predicated was incurred in combat, or as the result of an 
explosion of an instrumentality of war in line of duty. If your disability 
was not incurred in combat or as the result of an explosion of an instru- 
mentality of war in line of duty and you should be employed as contemplated 
by Section 2l2 you may elect to receive any compensation or pension to which 
you may be entitled instead of retired pay. If such an election is made 
the füll amount of compensation or pension* due and salary may be paid con- 
currently until an election to again receive retired pay is made. 



,"7 /? Respectfully, 



^ 




GEORGE E. BROWN, 
Director, 
Veterans' Claims Service. 



FL 8-14 
Feb 1946 
(Replaces Forms 8-507 and 8-507a) 



• V 



n THE MA'^TK; OF THE PETITION 
OF HER; ANN NFUSTiU)T 



# 



KO 



^ /^7^ ^ 



EQÜITT 



IH THK CIRCUIT COURT FCR 



WASHINGTON COUNTY, I^ARYUND 



üpon conslderatlon of tbe petitlon and affidavlt filed in thie 
eatiae, It 1«, this /7'' ^ay of June A.D. l^U, by the Circuit Court 
for Washirgton County, P-^feryland, In Equlty, ADJTJDGED, ORDTRFD AND DECREED 
th«t the narne of HerD-ann Neustadt b* and It ii hereby obangod froin Hermann 
Netuitadt to Hanray F. Newton, ae prayed in thls petitlon, and that the 
eaid petitioner pay the coat of theae proceedinge. 




TV 




Judge 





X 



/ 




WAK »KPAHTMKXT 

THE AIJ.HT.VNT (JENEILVL'S OFFMIE 
W.\8HINIiT()N,D.<'. 







• • •• 



^ ^KIVHIFI<^TI9l%CA]^ 



NAME 

2m LT 

DESIGNATION 



IL 



SIGNATfiRf i J - 




iED 28 MAY il5 /#"^ >'2'<^«'w.-AA^y >"*i/j4«^ 

^, „„ . iTi i-ouiCrfr' ■ ■ . / ., ., o. 65 




EYES 



Brown 



• • • 




DATE OF »RTH 



K Oct 20 



OTHER IDENTIFYING DATA 









• • • 

f 



THIS CARD IS ISSUED BY THE WAR DE- 
PARTMENT FOR OFFICIAL USE OF THE 
HOLDER DESIGNATED HEREON. ITS USE 
BY ANY OTHER PERSON IS UNLAWFUL 
AND WILL MAKE THE OFFENDER LIABLE 
TD HEAVY PENALTY. 



IF FOUND. FINDER WILL PROMPTLY 
RCTURN IT TO NEAREST U. S. ARMY 
HEADQUARTERS OR PLACE IT IN U. S. 
MAIL BOX. 

POSTMASTER: POSTAOE GUARANTCCOl 
RBTURN CARD TO THE ADJUTANT 
OCNCRAL. WASHINGTON. D. C. 




Dear ASTPers: 




Louis E. Keefer 
1503 Farsta Court 
Reston, VA 22090 



Well, the book's been accepted by McFarland & Company, Inc., 
Jefferson, NC, for publication in 1988. It was accepted in the 
original long and somewhat academic Version that so many other 
publishers rejected. 

Nevertheless, at McFarland's request, I've just reduced the text 
from 500 pp. to 400 pp. , and expect to submit the final, final 
manuscript within a month — with your help this one last timel ! 
(again, apologizing for the mass production appearance of an 
impersonal form letter, and hoping you'll forgive that). 

Enclosed is a tissue carbon of what I've used as quoted material 
out of all you may have sent me at one time or another. I*d like 
you to check it for accuracy, make whatever changes you think are 
needed in the margin, and return it to me as soon as you can. 

Basically, I stuck either exactly, or very closely, to your own 
words, and they have a sense of immediacy that may be lost if you 
Start trying to make them sound more sophisticated; so I'm really 
hoping that you won't change them unless absolutely necessary. 
They're great, as is. I think so, and so does the publisher. 

If easier, send me a post card or give me a call (703/437-1711) 
if what you see is okay. Alternatively, if I don't hear from 
you at all, 1*11 assume you have no problem with what I've used. 

I'm sorry that each of you can't see the whole context wherein 

VOU * re a\in"hPd . Wh;^-h T HiH w^c m^Vc^ r>ir»o r«a>-KrNT-» r*/^r>-»r r3r%/^ -i-K^^ ^^,,4- 

it up into a lot of little pieces, for me the only feasible way. 

I'm especially sorry that I simply could not use more of what 
each of you sent. I may not even have used what you thought most 
important. Altogether, t had at leact a ir.illion words to choose 
from, and I did the best I could. 

It was great to hear from so many of you over the holiday season. 

All the best. 




Harvey P. Newton ^ a German-Jewish refuqee who ca 



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o the States in 1940 and volunteered for Army 

Service in 1941, was a Chinese language Student at 

the University of Pennsylvania when the program was 

curtailed in early 1944: 

In February 1944 a group carne around to 
pick out anyone who was fluent in either 
German, French er Italian, and I was 
transferred to the Military Intelligence 
Training Center at Camp (now^Fort) Ritchie, 
Maryland. Thanks to my record as a top 
Student at Ritchie, and my relatively long 
Army Service by then, I was one of a couple 
of hundred directly commissioned officers 
in M.I. Not exactly part of the program of 
ASTP, but in my case the result of having 

been t-hPr<=». Vnr- mo r>o-rcr\n;al Irr 1 4- >-4-ko,i 1 ♦. /^/4 

in a lot of benefits, because I was wounded 
in Ingwiller, France, on November 30, 1944, 
returned to the U.S., and then placed on 
temporary limited duty at the Enemy 
Prisoner of War Information Bureau, an 
agency set up under the Geneva Conference. 
I was retired as a Ist Lt. on April 2, 
1946, and I have now been on the government 
payroll for almost 45 years. 




Harvey P. Newton was wounded on November iu, 1'j4 4 
in Ingwiller, France, at exactly noon: 



"I was most heroically on my wäy'to have lunch, I 
had finished interrogating a POW who said some German 
mortat crew was still outside somewhere in the 
woods. While talking to the S-2 officer in the Regt, 
Commander 's Office I heard an explosion, and asked 



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is this incoming or outgoing stüff?' The new Regt. 
Commander, Lt. Col. King (the first Commander, Col. 
Allen was the first casualty on the Regt, staff, and 
I was to be the second) said, *that was incominq; I 
know the difference.* I went downstairs to go to 
lunch, and asked the guard, 'did you see any Shells 
come in?* He said, *no sir. * When I turned away, 
something went Vboom* and I feit something in my left 
wrist. The mortar Shell got four of us: myself, an 
MP badly in the legs, and two others slightly." 



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a^i September l^U 



^ubjoct: Trar^afer of IPW Team, 



To 



j AC of B, G-2, Heaaquartcrc, Flrat United r^tatea kj^-oy, AIG 230, U S Arm.% 



1. In compliance vdtb verbal Instructions of the Cca«i&nding General, 
Ti'olfth Ürdted States Armv Group, the follo^viiig officers and enlisted jaep 

will proceea ttis dato to the First United fPtates Arniy Frisoner of War Enclosurc-c 

Ist Lt Ernst F, Braun 0229264? 
2nd Lt Karvey B. Newton 0555150 

M/Sgt £rnest M, Hieß 3^; 78^16 

T/3 ^vla:x SilbersÄn 55066874 

Sgt Robert Fobuda, Jr, 11083196 

2. Written ordodTä coreriiig tbis trt?»nsfer are being prepared bj Ti^elf th 
United Statca Arny Gioup, 



OSCAR W, KOCH 
Colonel Qm 
AG of S. G-2 



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THIRD UNITED STATBS ARMI 
APO ^03 



24 September 19iU 







Subjectt Transfer of IPW Team, ; 

Tö' \ AC of S, 0-2, Headquartere, First United States Army, APO 230, ü S Army* 

1. In compliance with verbal instructions of the Commanding General, 
Twelf th United .^tates Array Group, the f olloT?ifag officers and enlisted men 

ifill proceed thia dato to the First United Ftates ArirQr Prieoner of War EnClosures: 

Ist Lt Ernst F. Braun 01292647 
2nd Lt Harvey B, Newton 0555150 

M/Sgt Ernest M. Ries 3i^78Ul6 
T/3 ^te^t Silberman 35066874 
\ Sgt Robert Pobuda, Jr. 11083196 

2. Written Orders covering this transfer are being prepred by Tvelfth 
United States Arny Gioup. 



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Colonel GSC 
AC of S, G-2 






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Subjectt Transfer of IPW Team. ; 

Tö I AC of S, G-2, Headquartere, First United States Army, APO 230, ü S Anny^ 

1. In compliance wLth verbal instructions of the Commanding General, 
Twelf th United States Array Group, the f ollo^ihg officers and enlisted men 

ifill proceed thia dato to the First United Ptatea Arniör Prieoner of War Encloauresj 

Ist Lt Ernst F. Braun 01292647 
2nd Lt Harvey B. Newton 0555150 

M/Srt Ernest M. Ries 3478U16 
T/3 ^tetx Silberman 35066874 
; Sgt Robert Pobuda, Jr, 11083196 

2. Written ordere covering this transfer are belng prepred by Twelf th 
Uxiited States Arn^r Gioup, 



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Colonel GSC 
AG of S, G-2 






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Bv direction of the President 

Tn^avol dirocto'i Is r.ecossary in militnry Service 

'vil-l proceod to 

Tra/ol by cffilcer oi- hla dcpondents "by pri vatel.y ownod 

autoiTxOoilo it authoiized. Dts for officor*s trayol. ie 

authorized, par. 1 e, AK 605-l30, changes No, 1 

Active duty 

Tomp duty pending further ordora 

Permanont change of Station 



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20, DP following off leer ordored to AD W ft* home to sta on date Indicated. 
TDN. PCS. AlJ.otuient sorial niiDJlDer in column after each name. P i^-31-01, 02, 03, 
07, 08, A 0U?5.2l^-, 25. All personnel of AUS imlose othorv^iee indicated: 



Alnt 
Grade, narae, section, and home Sor 
address No.l- 



Eff dato Branch and eta 
of duty to which asgd 



Date of 
Rank 



2D I,T ISRAEL ISIDORE /ilTIüK- 
STRITT, 055!'>157, Bronx, M 
(Now at Cp Ritchio, Md) • 

2D LT CHARLES ERIC Bm- 
BSRGER, 0555159, Kew Gardons, 
LI, m (Now at Cp Ritchio, Md.) 

2D LT ROBERT BARTIl/'.rT, 

0555169, East Greenbush, 
I^ (Now'at Cp Ritchio, Md.) 

2D LT JOErT^ BJFIRCMAN, 055?172, 
Easton, Pa (Fov at Cp Rit- 
chie, Md.) 

2D LT ER'^i;Z JOSEPH BIIRM/\N, 
0555168, New York, m 
(Now at Cp Ritchie, Md.) 

2D LT IRIC BAÜI'^. BOLTLTOn, 

0555170, New York, -^n 
(Now at Cp Ritchio, Md.) 

2D LT PETER CHRISTI/vN BE[SE, 
0555173, Princoton, NJ 
(iJow at Cp Ritchio, Md.) 

2D LT IjREDERIC GERHARDT COHIT, 

0555190, Littlo Rock, /iTk 
" (aIow at Cp Ritchie, Md.) 

2D LT HANS JOACHUvT COIMER, 
0555158, New York, ITI 
(Now at Cp Ritchie, I!d.) 



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5^12 18 June MIS, MITC, Cp 

Ritchio, Md. 



5^12 18 June 



r 



5^12 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



iKl2 18 Jme MIS, MITC, Cp 

Ritchie, Md. 



5^12 18 June 



5412 18 June 



3.8 June 



5^12 18 June 



5^12 18 Jime 



5^1-12 18 Jime 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cv 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 Juno 



18 June 



STRICTED 



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Par 20, SO lU5> Wb, es (Contd.) 



Almt 
Grado, namo, sectlon, and hämo Sor 
addreas No. 1- 



Eff dato 
of duty 



Branch and sta 
to vhlch asgd 



Dato of 
I^anlc 



2D LT JTOGM EUÜ^iU, 05:^5191 
NoT7 York, m (Now at Cp 
Eitchle, Md.) 

21) LT M^I'O^ERICK CH.'^J^DIIS 
i;irrICIl^\?JH, 0^055151; Log 
/m^^eles, Calif (New at Cp 
Eitchie, Md.) 

055^l6C, i:£;7 York; ]MY (Nov 
at Cp !F»ltchiü, i'iö .. ) 

2D LT I]i>rBERT JuTPBI ir.LcWG- 
ER, 05^5.171, i^ov rorl:, TTY 
(Now at Cp 3i-bchio, Md.) 



5i+12 18 Juno 



•^'iH^ 18 June 



5IH2 18 June 



•)lM2 18 Juno 



2D LT 5:RliIDERICK- OSCAR HIHIED- 
I/il^IDER, 055515^»-, New yoric, 
m (Nov at Cp r.itcb.io, Md.) 

2D LT HEI^EI^T GONr.^T?D, 
Oyi:^l6';>, Kannr.a City, Mo. 
(Nov at Cp Pvitr-liie, Md.) 



5lfl2 18 June 



^)JH2 18 June 



2D LT KRSD GOTTLr:iß, 055:a?6, 5H12 

Brooklyn, CT (l-Iov at Cp 
I^itcMo, Md.) 



2D LT PPITEIR ORUEj^^niAL, 
(Nov at Op Rltchle, Md.) 



2D LT G0TTI:RIED HEBIE- 
GELDEEN, 05?5179, Nev York. 
n" (Nov at Cp P::-tchie, Md.) 

GB LT W/JuTIHR I!r^CCHE?Jl^G, 
0555161, Detroit, Mich, 
(Nov at Cp EitchiG, Md.) 

2D LT EDG/JR IIENRY HOLTON, 
05553-78, Nov York, -^rr, 
(Nov at Cp Bitchio, Md.) 






D LT JIAMS SL^LDIN IGMII5R, 
05551^+7, St. Louis, Mo. 
(Nov at Cp Pitciiie, Md.) 



2D LT NORBSRT JACOB, 
0555l6i+, Nov York, ■ ITY, 
(Nov at Cp Eitchie, Md.) 



18 June 



5i+12 18 June 



5ij.l2 18 Juno 



5^112 18 Juno 



514-12 3-8 Juno 



5l|ir. 18 Juno 



5IM2 3-8 Juno 



MIG, MITC, Cp 
Eitchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
I^itchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
EitchJO, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
rlitchle, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Bitcliie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
lUtchio, Md. 



mBj Mrrc, cp 

Rnchlo, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Bitcliie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Bitchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



RESTRICTED 



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18 Jixne 



18 Juno 



18 June 



.8 Jime 



18 Juno 



18 Juno 



18 June 



18 Juno 



18 June 



18 June 



18 Juno 



18 June 



18 Juno 



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arcdo, nnmo, oection, arid homo Sor 
address ig-o. 1. 



Eff date 
of duty 



Branch -and sta 
to whlch asgd 



2D LT EETTIRICn PETER 
JACOBI, 0555187, Brooklyn. 
i^ (New ab Cp Eitchie, Md) 

2D LT KIIRT ERICH JACOBI, 
0555186, Los Angeles, 
C^llf (New at Cp Bltchle, 
Md.) 

eD LT m^rm paul loeffler, 

0555185, WatertoTm, Vlsc, 
(Fov ab Cp Mtchl.e, Md,) 

2D LT HANS FOT)INAro LOESER, 
055518^1, »Jackson Helghts, 
m (l7ow at Cp Ritchie, Md^). 

2D LT /JRNOLD MLZKR, 0555183, 
PhiladelTDhla. Pa (nov at Cp 
Ritchlo, Md.) 

21) LT WAT.TER TißJjm ME^LI^^ORD, 
0555152, Brooklyn, m 
(Nov at Cp Ritchlo, Md.) 

2D LT ATJ^IUin) GEORGS ^f ^TBIR , 
0555182, Santa Ana, Callf . 
(Now at Cp Pltchle, Md.) ' ' 



5J^12 



18 Jime 



5^+12 18 J^jne 



MS, MTTC, Cp 
Pitchio, Md, 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Pitchie, Md. 



5^12 18 June MIS, MITC, Cp 

Pitchie, Md. . ' 



5^12 18 .TUne 



>ii-12 18 June 



^ 



>4l2 18 Juno 



5^-M2 18 Jijino 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Pitchie, Md, 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Pitchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md, 



2D LT KDRT WILLIAM MOSi^\UER, 5IH2 l8 JUne MIS, MITC, Cp 

OR'55177. Beverly Hill«, 
Calif (ffow at Cp Pitchie, Md.) 






21) LT KFPMAM IMJSTiVDT, 
0555150, Vlneland, NJ 
(Nov at Cp Pitchie, M.,) 

2D LT GIDEON HERBERT OPPEN- 
HEIMHPv, 0555176, Forost 
Hills, LI, ilY (Ilow at Cp 
Ritchie, Md, 

2Ti LT WILLIAM PJiIRL, 05551^9, 

Nev York, iry (Nov at Cp 
; Pitchie, Md.) " 

2D LT JOHN FELIX POLACHEFC, 

0555173; Chica,o;o, 111 
■ (Now at Cp Ritchie, Md,) 

2D LT TmXIAI.l PITTMAI^N, 
0555lif8, Brooldyn, NY 
(Nov at Cp Pitchie. Md») 



5^12 18 Juno 



5^12 18 June 



MIS, Mrrc, Cp 

Pitchie, Md. ' 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Pitchie, Md. 



5^12 18 June 



5^12 18 June 



'5^12 la June 



ras, MITC, Cp 
Pitchie, Md, 



MIS, MITC, Cp 

Pitchie, Md. " 



MIS, MTTC, Cp 
Rltchio, Md^ 



Date of 

Paiik 



■^■■«■•i-*« 



18 June 



13 June 



3.8 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 Jime 



18 Juno 



18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 Juno 



18 June 



PESTRICTED 



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Almt 
Grado, n'iuie^ sect.lon, and home Ser 
address . No. 1- 



Eff dato 
of duty 



Branch and sta 
to "t/hlch asßd 



Dato of 
Rank 



91) LT Fm^D FKLJX POBIT- 
3CIE]K:, 0505162, Foroot 
HlllG, m (Nov at Cp 
P.itchio, Md.) 



2D LT Jm^liEICK M^JRTIH 
I^0S3NST0rK:, 0:)553.6l, i^Iev • 
York, iry (New at Cd Pj'tchio, 
Md.) 



5i^l2 18 J:uno 



A12 18 June 



21) LT TONS ::!RISD:RICH ßCT-rFUFT^I^ 5^12 
n'355l7J-{-, nomeatoadPark, Pa, 
(i\ro-w at Cp Eitcliie, Md.) 



2 



'D LT EaB]IRT .T^HOEirrFHm) , 
0555163, Broc::l;^ni, • IJY ' 
{lioy at Cp Ritchio, Md.) 



2D LT MlTi]I)I3^ICK SOHn^LKC, 
0555^11, Now York, m 
(llov at Cp Ritchle, Md.) 

2r> LT APTHfjPv FUDOL?:^ vemnjvz, 

0:;55X80, nhobo.ygai-.; Wisc 
(No¥ at Cp Eitchl^-v, Md.) 

2D LT JOOT ALB:i^'.r SJnn^URGH, 
055R.li|.U. ^ ICev Cai^dena, ITY 
(Now at Cp P.j tcjiie, Md.) 

?D T/P PAVTi^ PApirn\T gri^TO- 
BHRG, 055?.lA5, MonphlB, 
Tc.nn ('•low at Cp Pitchic, Md.) 

21) LT WALTER AlBmT STESriG,, 
0555167/ Toronto, Canada 
(TIov at Cp Ritch^.o, Md.) 



5^fl2 



Si;TP 



r.'D LT HKTMJT S^!?j?JJSS, 0555188 5^+12 
Monroe, L?. (T\fow at r;p R.ltchie, 
Md.) 



2D LT WOLFCANG P3njT7iiM^im 
V0aü3I.STj;iITT, 0555'-?^, Now 
York, IJY (Nov at Cp Ritchio, 
Md.) 

2D LT ROL-R^ V.nüIL, 055''\l66, 
SouMi Ozone Park, LI, OT 
(Now at Cp Pitchlö, Md;) 

21) LT C-EORCrE WENZIO:., O555189, 
Nov York, OT (Now at Cp 
Ritchio, Md.) 



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5^12 



18 Juno 



^12 IS June 



5i^•12 18 J\rae 



5^1-12 18 Ji:no 



18 Jimo 



lo .Tnne 



5i^l2 IB Jime 



13 Juno 



5Jf+12 18 June 



18 JVJlQ 



5Ja2 18 Juno 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS^ f^irn, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, C-p 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIG, I-HTC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



^^:s, mitc, cv 

Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



m^. I-.4ITC. Cv 
Ritchio, Md/ 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



IvUS,. MJTC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



18 Jiono 



18 June 



18 Juno 



18 June 



18 J\xnx 



3-8 June 



18 Jime 



18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 Juno 



18 June 



18 Jiuio 



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Branch and ata 


D.ite of 


No. 1- 


of duty 


bo which asgd 


Roiik: 



2d LT mxNK MAX w:ieei:h!r, 

0555153, Nüw York, M 
(Now at Cp Ritchio, Md.) 



5^+12 18 June 



MIS, Mlix:, Cp 
BitcMo, Md. 



By Order of tlie Socretary of War: 



18 J\me 



OFFICIAL: 

EOBinRT H. niNLOP, ' 
Brif^adier Generrl, 
Acting The Adjutant G-onoral 

A TRUE lOTRACT COPY: 



(SEAL) 



G. C. MARSEALL, 
Chief of Staff , 






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Capt, AUS 
Porsonnel Officor 



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V , ^ ;.^" IDN - Travel dlroct'^d ie necossory in milltary Service. '' 
; ^•;- V^. ^ •• '^'il-l Proceod to \ • . ' ,:,..,,,,.,,•.:,•-"; 

, • TPA - Trarel by cfflcer or hio depondents t^ pi-^h-^tely ownod 
• ^. automoolle- ie authorlzed. 'Du for off leere's travel. is 
^ . *. . authorizGd^ par. 1 e, AR 605-l3ü, changes No, 1. . • 

'V AD - Active du ty. •■; : 

- ^ ;\. ;■ TDPFO - Tomp duty pending further ordera - ,:^^:r;0^' '. /;."; ; 
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' • . 20. DP following officor ordered to AD WP fr home to 'sta on date Indicated. 
TDN« PCS. Allotment sorial number in coluim äfter each name. P i^31-0l,' 02, 03, 
07, 08, A 0l|25-2l^., 25. All porsorinel of AUS unless otherwise indicated: -< ., ^ 



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/iv.. I.Grade, naane, section, -and home Ser Eff data Branch and sta 
, • address • ' No,l- of ' dUty ' to vhicli asgd • 



2D LT ISRAEL ISIDORE ANEK- 
STEIN, 0555157, Bronx, NY 
(Now at Cp Rltchio, Md) • 



5^12 18 June 



2D LT CHARLES ERIC BAM- ' 5^1-1 
. BERGER, 0555159, Kow Gardens,. 
■ .LI, NT, (Now at Cp Rltchlo,Md.) 



2 



18 June 



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^ 2D LT, ROBERT BARTI^rj, 
,. * 0555169, East Greenbush,' '^ 
■ • „NYXNow.at Cp Rltchio, Md.) 



5^12 18. June 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md, - 

'MIS,' MITC, CpV . 
:^Ritchie, Md; S' 



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2D LT JOm BERGEN,' 0555172, 

Tn<-i >i»4- ^.^ TS^ 

chie, Md.) 






5^12 ' . 18 June MIS, MITC , Cp 



Rllchiö, Mä. 



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2D LT FRANZ JOSEPH" BIERM\N, 
0555168, New York, NY 
(Now at Cp Ritchie, Md.) 



5^12 18 June 



2 



D LT ERIC BAUML BOULTON, 
0555170, New York, NY 
(Now at Cp Rltchio, Md'.) 



2D LT PETER CHRISTIAN BEER, 
0555173, Princoton, NJ 
(Now at Cp Ritchie, Md.) 



5i^l2 18 June 



5^12 18 Juno 



2D LT EREDERIC GERHARDT COHIT, 5^12 I8 Jime 

. 0555190, Littlo Rock, Ark , ^ . ." ' . 

(Now at Cp Ritchie, Md.) 



2 



^D LT HANS JOACHHyi COIMER, 
0555158, New York, WI 
(Now at Cp Ritchie, Md.) 



5i^l2' 18 June 



MIS,. MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC> Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



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Date of ' 
• Rank. ^ - ^' 



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18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 June 



18 Juno 



18 Juno 






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öddreas No, 1- 



Eff dato 
of duty 



Branch and sta' • 
to vjiich aegd 



Date of 
, .'Rank • 



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SD LT JUPGEN EnOVN, 055:^191 
Nov York, ITY (Now at Cp 
Bitchlo^ Md.) :;• ; • • : - 

2T) LT M^EDERICK CHAELES 
• ENGEIMAM, 0555-151; Lob 
Angeles ^Calif (New at Cp 

Eitchlo, Md.). 

2r» LT JOOT lf:AjIo 'MGUWER, 
0555160, Ke:/ York; M (Nov 
at Cp Eitchlü, f'ici.) 



514-12 18 Jmio 



5i|.12 18 Juno 



5U12 18 June 



2D LT ra^TBD^T JUSPIN l^P.LOTG- ^hl2 I8 Juno 
ER> 0555172, Now fork, NY 
(Now at Cp Ri'bchio, Md.) • 



5 



5 



2D LT IRKDERICK OSCAR 1?REED- 
I^NBER, 055515!^, Now York, 
NY (Now at Cp Ritchio, Md.) 

2D LT HERBERT GONL'\RD, 
0555165, Kanoao City, Mb. 
(Now at Cp Rltchio, Md.) 



2D LT ERED C^TTLIEB, 05551^6 , 5^H2 
Brooklyn, KY (Now at Cp 
RitcMo, Md.) • 



U12 18 Juno 



IH2 18 Juno 



2D LT PETEIR aRUENTHAL, • 

nc;F;c;i )li'> l\Tr»T.T VovV T\TV 

(Now at Cp Rltchio, Md.) 

2D LT C^TTIRIED HEINE« 
GELDERN, 0555179, Now York. 
m (Now at Cp Ritchie, Md.) 

2D LT WALTER HIRSCHBERG, 
0555161, Detroit, Mich, 
(Now at Cp Ritchie, Md.) . 

2D LT EDG/iR HENRY HOLTON, 
• 0555178, How York,'IvlY, 
(Now at Cp Ritchio, Md.) 

2D LT HANNS SELDIN" IGIAUER, 
05551^17, St. Louis, Mo. 
(Now at Cp Ritchio, Md.) 

2D LT I^RBERT JACOB, '" 
O55516I+, New York, inr, 
(Now at Cp Ritchie, Md.) 



18 June 



51+12 ■ 18 Juno 



51+12 18 Jimo 



51+12^ 18 Juno 



5I+12 18 Juno 



5U12 18 Juno 



5IM2 ■ 18 Juno 



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MIS, MITC, Cp 
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MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS,:.MrK), Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 

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.Ritchio, Md. , 

Mlä'/ MtTC^, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. ' 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
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Rltchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
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18 Juno 



18 June 



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18 June 



18 Juno 



iÖ Juno 



18 June 



18 Juno 



18 June 



18 June 



18 Juno 



18 June 



18 June 



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21) LT HEinRICn PETlilR 
JACOBI, 0555187, Brooklyn. 
m (New ab Cp Pltchlo, Md) 

eo LT KimT ERICH JACOBI, 
0555186, Loa Angeles, 
Callf (Nöw ab Cp Bltchie, 
Md,) 

2D LT ERWIN PAUL JJOWnjm, 
0555185, Watortovn, Wlsc, 
(Now ab Cp Rltchl.e, Md , ) 

2D LT HANS U'CTDINAND lOESHIR, 
0555l8i;, Jackson Hoights, 
m (New at Cp Rltchle, Md,) 

2D LT APNOLD MALZKR, 0555183, 
Philadelphia. Pa (Nov at Cp 
Bi.tchie, Md.) 

2D LT \mjrm mim m^ii^^opd, 

0555152, Brooklyn, NY 

(Now at Cp I^ltchio, Md.) ^ 

2D LT ALIiT^ED GEORGE MliTFUR , • 
0555182, Santa Ana, Callf ^ 
(New at Cp 2Rltchle, Md.) '" 



2D LT MIPT WnJrlAM MOSAirPTR . '-, 

0555177, Beverly Hills, 
Oallf (Now at Cp Ritchio, MdJ 



2D LT HIHRMAOT imJSTABT, 
0555150, Vinoland, NJ 
(Nov at Cp Hltchie, M,) 

2D LT GIDEON HERBERT OPPEN- 
EEIMHP., 0555176, Forost 
Hills, LI, ITY (Now at Cp 
Rltchle, Md, 

.2D LT WILLIAM PTÜRI,, 05'35lI+9, 

New York, inr (Nov at Cp 
: Ritchlo, Md.) '"' ... 

2D LT JOHN EELIX POL/VCHETC, 

0555175; Chicago, lll 
■ (Now at Cp Ritchie, Md.) 

2D LT WHLIAI.l RITTMAI^T, 
05551^8, Brooklyn, NY 
(Now at Cp Ritchie, Md») 



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2 



5^12 18 Juno 



5^+12 18 J\me 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md, 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



5^12 18 June 



5^H2 18 June 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md, . 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



5^12 18 June MIS, MITC, Cp 

Ritchie, Md, 



5^12 18 Jimo 



5^1-3.2 ].8 Jimo 



ItlP 18 






'3^1-12 18 Juno 



5^12 18 Juno 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md, 



Ritchie, Md. 



ras, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md.^ 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie^ Md. 



18 June 



5^12 18 Junä 



•5M2 aa Jime 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md, 



MIS, OTTC, Cp 
Ritchie, Md. ^ 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchlo, Md^ 



Date of 
Rank 



18 June 



3.8 Jijme 



18 June 



18 June 



18 Jun© 



18 June 



3,8 June 



13 Juno 



18 June 



18 Juno 



18 June 



18 Juno 



18 Juno 



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?D LT FR>^ FKLJX ROBIT- 

schek:, 05r)5i6r-:, Foroat 

H.lllo, rJY (Now at Cr» 
Rltchlo, Md.) 

21) LT I^TC*n)ERICj<: MAPI^IN 
I^OSENSTOCK, 0:)r^:>].8.1, Nev 
• York, I3Y (New at Ctd Pj'tchic, 
Md.) 



21) LT 'HMiS 71RTE1)-R1CII SCimjnU: '5h}2 
O'X^yrjh, no?rioQtoadrn:^.\lc, Pa. 
(i\row at Cp Ritchie, Md.) 



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2D LT EOBIII^T SCHOMTmiTD, 
0?!35l63, Brockl^rQ, ■ IJY " 
(Noy at Cp Ritchie, Md.) 

2D LT ]JHTi]BI3^ICK »SCHimLKR, 
0555211, Now York, m 
(llov at Cp Rltchie, Md.) 

2P LT ARTirflR RUDOLPTi r.,:iuJT.T"., 
05553.80, r;hobo,Tga-ü; Wiac 
(Now at Cp Eitchio, Md.) 



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21) LT JOHN ALBJ^T SinT^URGH, 
055^]J!.^+-, Kgm Gardena, Wf 
(Now at Cp Rjtchie, Md.) 

21) LT MVID D.<YRl[IN SILBER - 
Bl^D^G, Or-'5?lA-5; MemphlB,- 
Tc.nn (T>.iov at Cp Ritchio, Md.) 

21) LT VJALTER ALBffiT STÜIHIM:,, 
0555167/ Toronto, Canada 
(Now at Cp R:i.tcli;5.o, Md.) 



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21) LT IIMMJT ST!R/iUSS, 0.^55l88 5^112 
Monroo, La (New at (";p R.ltchie, 
Md.,) 



2D LT WOLFCANCr }T^^IT7IiayL'\m^ 
VOaiilLSTJ^IIW, 05:rll55, IIow 
York, ITY (Now at Cp Ritchio, 
Md.) 

2B LT ROLFü: VDDIL, 055^166, 
GouMi Ozono Park, LI, NI 
(rjow at Cp Rltchrlö, Md^.) 

2D LT GEORGE WENZJII., 0555189, 
Nov York, m (Now ai". Cp 
Ritchio, Md.) 



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5^12 18 Juno 



18 Juno 



5^12 IS June 



5^12 18 June 



5^1-12 18 Juno 



18 Jimo 



^kl2 18 June 



hl2 IB Jimo 



18 Juno 



5^12 18 Jun© 



5^13 18 Juno 



5'a2 18 Juno 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MTS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MLS^ fflTC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIG, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md, 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md, 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS, MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



MIS,. MITC, Cp 
Ritchio, Md. 



Dato of 
Rank 



18 jimo 



lO Juno 



13 Juno 



18 Juno 



3.8 J\m.3 



Iß June 



18 Juno 



18 Juno 



18 June 



18 Jimo 



18 J 



dUno 



.18 Jimo 



18 Jimo 



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Orado, noiriG, Qoctlon, and 
Ijoiuo addrof33 



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(Now at Cp llltohl.o, Md.) 



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By oi'dor of Iho Gocrolary of War: 



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SUBJECT 
Ref erences : 



Survivor Benefit Plan 

Ca) P.L. 92-425, September 21, 1972 

fb) P.L. 93-155, November 16, 1973 

fc) Executive Order 11687, October 11, 1972, 

C37 FR 198) 
Cd) DoD Directive 1332.17, "Retired Serviceman's 
Family Protection Plan," Deceinber 18, 1968 



Enclosed for information and guidance are Regulations for the 
Survivor Benefit Plan implementing reference Ca) • 

Reference Cd) continues in effect for meirfoers retired before 
September 21, 1972, who desire to remain under its provxsions. 

Two copies of ünplementing Instructions shall be fowarded to 
the Assistant Secretar>' of Defense {>lanpower and Reserve Affairs) 



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(3) Married thc rctirce after he was retircd, was narried 

to him v/Iien he dicd, but was married to hi.n for less than 
tnvo years immediately before his death, provided she is 
the mother o£ living issue by that marriage. 

h. '1Vido\>rcr" ineans the surviving husband of the dcceased retiree \Ao: 

{1) Was married to her on the date she became eligible for 
retired pay and was married to her \Aien she died; or 

(2) Married the retiree after she was retired, was married to 
her at least two years before her death, and was married 
to her when she died; or 

(3) Married the retiree after she was retired, w^as married to 
her wlien she died, but was married to her for less than 
two years immediately before her death, provided he is 
the father of living issue by that marriage. 

A **dependent child*' means an unmarried child: 

(1) Under 18 years of age, or at least 18 but under 22 if 
pursuing a fxill^-tiane course of study or training in a 
high school, trade school, technical or vocational 
Institute, junior College, university, or comparable 
recognized educational Institution; or 

(2) Incapable of self-support because of a mental or physical 
incapacity which existed before his 18th birthday or 
incurred before age 22 during pursuance of a full-time 
course of study or training; and 

C3) Includes an adopted, child, and a stepchild, fester child 
or recognized natural cliild who lived with the retiree in a 
regulär parent-child relationship. In addition, to qualify 
as a dependont cliild, a f oster child must reside \d.th the 
retiree at the tijne of death, receive over one-half of his 
Support from the retiree, and not be cared for under a 
social agency contract. 

For the purposes of this paragraph, a child whose 22nd birthday occurs 
before July 1 or after August 31 of a calendar year while he is pursuing 
a full-time course of study or training, is considered to become 22 >'ears 
of age on the first day of July after that birth date. Students \d.ll 
continue to be considered as such during the Interims bet^ceen school 
years but not for periods longer than 150 days. Students must provide 
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or a dificrcnt school during the school semester or otlier period into 
ufiich the school year is divided, 

1 The »»date of receipt of election»» means the day o£ receipt by 
the Office aclmnistcring pay-ment of retired pay or, in those cases 
lere tlie execution o£ the member's election intent might be prejudiced, 
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AlOIED FORCES RESERVE ACT OF 1053 

ARMED FORCES RESERVE ACT OF 1952 

For text of Ad tee p. ^60 

Senate Report No. 1795. June 19. 1952 ^o accompany H.R. 5426] 

House Report No. 1066, Sept. 27. 1951 [To accompany H.R. 5426] 

Conference Report No. 2445, July 2. 1952 [To accompany H.R. 5426] 

The Senate Report repeats in substance ttie House Repo^" /"« 

Conference Report, also set out. outlines the changes m the 

bill accepted by the Conference. 

Senate Report No. 1795 

^HE Con,.ittee on Armed Services, to who. w- -ferred the M, 

W,H.R. 5426) relating to the --^ -^P^tt^lT W^^^ 

of the United States, having considered J« JJ^J^P^ ^^ ^^J,^_ Jo 

on with an amendment, and recommend that the bill. 



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PURPOSE OF THE BILL 



Pr,mary pur£Ose. ^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^ 

The P--V P-PO- °f ;^^^'\V° : "Imber of laws relating to 
extent pracUcable, in f"^ ''^'"'l2 Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, 
:^;c:a73::h;:hir b^enac^ durmg past decades. 
-;^ -fan essentia, P^-na.^eP >n - -e^^ ^ „^tj 
-' -'^°:^^^rlrr^•str:;!:eld funct-Ling of the Reserves 
:ArA::erFor;es-wi,,conti3t.,^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

rZ:ira\rpX:Äfo-t^d m the act., trammg and 
mobilizing of these forces. frequently out- 

out which we cannot proceed further .n this area. 

Secondary purpose ^^ ^ ^^^.^ ^^.^^ ,^ ^pp,,_ 

The second purpose of this b,n is p^ovisions of law 

cable to all oj the A-edJo^es un, Wy, ce rt- ^^ J^^^^ ^^^^^^^ .^ 

Slst Xl'lit rLJrve and the individual .e.bers 
^^®'"®°^' • -««c r^f law will not be particularly sig- 

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ARMED FORCES RESERVE ACT OP 1952 

Force Reserve, the enllsted section of the Air Force Reserve, and per- 
sonnel of the Organized Reserves transferred to the Department of the 
Air Force. 

'g] 14 U.S.C. 751 creates the Coast Guard Reserve as a component 

part of ihe Coast Guard. 

Section 203. Strength of the reserve components 

This section states that the Congress shall fix the nnaximum strengths of 
the reserve components, or that In the absence of such action by the 
Congress, the President shall prescribe such strengths. The Army and Air 
Force Authorization Act of 1949 established the followlng strengths: 

National Guard of the United States 600,000 

Orsranizpd Reserve Corps (Army Reserve) 9 80,000 

Air National Guard of the United States 150,000 

Air Force Reserve 500,000 

There Is no fixed statutory strength for the Naval Reserve, Marine 
Corps Reserve, or Coast Guard Reserve at the present time. The act 
of August 3, 1950, suspended authorized strength llmitations untll July 
31. 1954. Therefore, untll that time the President would have the au- 
thorlty to fix the strength of all the reserve components, subject to appro- 
priatlons therefor. 

Section 204. Definition of the Re+ired Reserve 

The Retired Reserve established by ihls section would be a completely 
volunläry portion of the reserve components. It would consist of those 
persons who had completed thelr perlod of obllgated servIce In the re- 
serve components, and who, although they no longer participate In traln- 
Ing, would be of value to the Armed Forces In a large-scale moblllzatlon. 

This section In no way affects retlrement under title III of the Army and 
Air Force Vitalizatlon and Retlrement Equallzation Act of 1948. 

Section 205. Choice of serviro 

(a) Opportunity for choice of Service. — This subsection assures that 
persons having Reserve obllgatlons will have some opportunity to choose 
the Armed Force In which they may desire to dIscharge such Obligation. 
hiowever. In order that there will be a distributlon of personnel consistent 
with the needs of the Services, and so that the expense of prevlous traln- 
Ing wiii not be wasted, the choice is made subject to the consent of the 
Service in which prevlous training was had and also subject to the consent 
of the gaining Service. The subsection also provides that an individual 
enlisted or appointed under Its provislons shall be ellgible to participate 
in such programs as are authorized to be conducted by the Armed Force 
In which he enlists or Is appointed. Such programs Include active duty, 
ROTC, and other officer-candidate programs, etc. 

The subsection also provides that any perlod of obllgated servIce re- 
möinlng at the time of such enlistment or appointment shall be completed 
In the Armed Force In which the Individual enlists or Is appointed. 

The subsection further guarantees that particlpatlon In any program 
wili be credited against the total servIce Obligation or total Reserve ob- 

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serve during the pleasure of the President. Protections agalnst arbltrary 
dIscharge are found in chapt^r 6 of part II of the bill. 

Present Statutes applicable to this authority are enumerated below. 

Section 37 of the National Defense Act of 1916. as amended (10 U.S.C. 
358). sets the period of service for Army reserve officers at 5 years 
except in time of war when it is for the durätion and 6 nnonths. 

Secilon 38 of the National Defense Act of 1916. as amended (32 
U.S.C. 19). provides that appolntment of officers in the National Guard 
of the United States shall be for the period they are federally recognized. 
and further provides for relief fronn active duty 6 nnonths after termi- 

nation of war. i ,o>. n c r> 

Section 305 of the Naval Reserve Act of 1938. as arnended (34 U.S.C. 
855d). provides that commissioned officers appointed to Naval Reserve 
shall be commissioned to serve during the pleasure of the President. 

14 U.S.C. 753 provides that the term of appointment in the Coast 
Guard Reserve shall be for 3 years. but may be contlnued untll termlna- 
tion of a declared emergency or until 6 months after the termination of 
war. 
Section 217. Common Federal appointment for officers 

(a) Method of appointment.— This section provides for ofricer mem- 
bers of the Reserve components to be appointed as Reserve off.cers or 
the respective Armed Force, in accordance with common Federal appoint- 
ment concept. Under existing law officers are appointed in the reserve 
components of their Armed Force and in the case of the Army and Air 
Force cannot be transferred from the Organized Reserve Corps and Air- 
Force Reserve to the National Guard of the United States or A.r Naliona, 
Guard of the United States without being discharged and reappoinied. 

Under this. officers will be appointed in their Armed Force as Reserve 
officers and the particular reserve component of which they are to be 
members will not be specified in their appointmenfs. The section pro- 
r . .j ,^-:.,.+ ^r^r^r^',r,^mc^r.\- of offlcers In the Nationöi Guara 
of the United States or Air National Guard of the United States un!e:: 
they hold an appointment from a State. Territory, or the District of 

Columbia. r i m • in 

Under existing procedures governed by section 38 of the National De- 
fense Act of 1916. as amended (32 U.S.C. 18a). persons appointed as 
officers in the National Guard of the United States are Reserve officers 
and are commissioned in the Army of the United States. 

(b) Type of commission.— The section speclfically provides that eacn 
;person appointed as a commissioned reservist shall receive a commission 
in the appropriate Armed Force. 

Section 218. Condition of service for Warrant officers 

This section provides that Warrant officers shall hold appointnnent 
during the pleasure of the appropriate Secretary as is now provided by 
law. Safeguards against arbitrary discharge are provided in chapver 6 
of part II. 

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1- in-; of the Naval Reserve Act of 
The Provision U sln,Jar g - - J^ ^\ "^^^^^es that Warrant ofncers 
1938, as er^ended (34 U-S-C. 855d) P ^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^f the 

shall be appointed to serve dormg the pleasu 

^''^' . • „f oresent appolntmenH and enlistments 

Se=t;on 219. Convers.on o P ^^ ^f ^ ;,tmer,ts of Reserve officers 

This sectlon provides that all f"+"^« JP ^ „fficer members of 

sKall be for an -^efin te te- and that a P^^^ ^^^.^ .ppointments as 

the reserve components shall ^e deemed ^^^^ ^ppointnaents 

Reserve officers of the ^PJ^^^l^l^'^Z ofHcer concerned desires to 

t-Z = trr rr ;L se^on does .ot affect the 

period of current enl.stments. p^^^^ pg^g^ve officers 

"^ P.esent law fixes appomtments of ^^-^y »"^ j f„, , term of 3 years. 
,, 5 yeors whHe Coast Guard °^-= -.^t ter. Reserve appoint-' 
The Navy and Mar,ne Corp -^ ^J^^'^^^^ ,„ ^his respect. 
^ents. This section makes all ^-^'Z^ -"Y "«^"^ ^^^"'^ *^'' ''•"'°' ' 
The section provides ^^^^.'^^^f'^'fj ('„definite term by requiring 

^.nt ch.nged from a '-'*«d /^ "^ "j-^-rf^al reservist and by then g,v- 
,h. .ppropriate officials o no^ y he ,nd v d ,^_^ ^^ ^^^^.^^ ^^ ^ ^^^. 

inq the reservist 6 rrionths after such no ^ppointment he would 

:p%i„t.ent. If the --rvist dec ne n , eW PP^^.^^^ ^^ ^^^^ 

,,P^,„,e in his P--J^f J: ■ J ; :, be subiect to being reta.ned .n 
,,^;,,d term appo.ntrnent but wj^u ^^^^^^ ^^ l^^_ 

^he Re-.erve beyond the end of h ,s W p ^^ ^^^^^^^ enlistments. 

Nofnlng in this sect,on «»"'^ f ef the ^^,^^^^ ^^ ^ 

p.esent law '-- "^''J ,9,6 as amended, 10 U.b.U. «o| «-=r •" 
(National Defense Act of 'j'"'"; ^ in the Enlisted Reserve Corps 

Le of war. Present per,od °f f "Jf 7^* ^^ ^^^^ded. 10 U.S.C. 424) 
is 3 years (National Defense Act ot IV.ö, 
except in time of war. a^+ nf 1938, as amended (34 U.S.C. 

cf tne President. 

Section 220. Physical ««f"'*;""'^ . „^j ,„d enlisted members of the 

This section requires ="/°"^"^; '°7° R^tired Reserve to be given 

Reserve components except ^ose - the Re ^^ ^^^.^.^^^ ^^^ ,„. 

physical examinations at least °"- -^^^ /^^^ „f physical condition 

dividual member . ^^q-^^ ;° J^^'^his seclion to insure that members 

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IJ/JORTAOT . READ THE'SE LMSTHUCTIONS AND TAKE NECESSaRY ACTION lMJSDli.TELY . 
direc*: ^^f^^^-^H-lL» SPECIAL ORDIS S 185 . this headquarters, curront serles, 



Cloarance from your Hotel must be' aecompllshed before 2400, 1?^Sl? 

2. RiJiL CR BUS TRANSPORTATION. If you desire railroad or bu3 transDorta- 
tion, you may contact the Transportation Officor at the /.shevilinud^Jorlm in 
Jotortf tf "'^^ !'''' r ^*-^^i"^ ^45 imediatoly. Transportaiion SS Joi^ 

the Lt 1 d.'.rJw '^ ?*"! "^'r^* "^^ ^' ^^^"°S°^ ^^^'^^«^ y°"^ notification to 
thö hotol desk clsrxc not later than 24 hours prior to your doparture. Tüo time 

bu/t^nv. rf • r'''" ?r C^^'^^^'^^^S O^ "««^^ ^^ determinod by the nornial rail or 
bus travol time from the hjur of departure from this Station. 

,f pnn^i^'^^ ^I ^^^''"^^ AUTOkOBILE. You are allowod travel time at the rato 
t.f??^!^^ ^'''' day commoncing at tho hour of your d<.parture from this Station. 
Sumclent gas certxficatos for tr.vel to youx next Station will bö Issued to 

out !f thp'Lr^T ""* *^ Registration Desk in the Ashevilla ..uditorium to sign 
out on the date of your departure. 

4. ai^ICE. on tho day of your departure, you must arr-.ngo for your 
thf ^1.' T.Vt the hotel l.bby if departing by rail or bus. Thfn report to 
the hotel desk to settle your hotel expense account and turn in y.ur room key 
the des^ Clerk will initial your Appointment Control Card to indicate sottle-' 
?^f ; J?''/^ *^^° ^'^ referred to the hotel oompany comander v;ho will take 
the inltialed Appointment Control Card and give you a Clearance and ouarters 
v!rt"%hf.'''\"'°f' ^^ duplicate. The hotel Company Commander will Srect 
you to the Registrstion Desk at the ..shoville ..uditorium whore you will turn 
the ?f?^T^?^°^^^''^ your Clearance and quarters Termination Certificate, ai?n 
wfM,H'\-,!!f !'''■" ^^Sister, and obtain your 3rders. Under no circum^tances 



will yju be /^iven coüies jf v.jyr trnnR-r«T> ,-P,^o-no -k,.^- — 



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^mcx^ illy at tho Reg istr.-m3r pesk in tho ..s h eville ..uditori Sr-^S-fhTlRy-of 
y:ur departure. If y.u have rail or bus schedUÜFT : meet, ^-.^u must arr..nro 
y^ur time s. gs to mako all Oonnections. " ' u^t. ^ri^as- 



milita^v ^?°???: J'"^'^'^^ ^'-"'^ 66-1 (Officer Qualificntion Card) and fleld 
military ^01 file have been f.rwsrded to your new Commanding Officer. 

an .dm;ni«f°f"^"^°^* ,^^^ ^''^^ '^^ Containod in your Special Orders is merely 
an administrative m.rning report change und does not pertain t.. the date on 
wnicn y^u are t.; report to y ^ur new C^mmunding Officer f,;r duty. shjuld vou 
desire additi .nal inf .rmati ;n regarding your departure fr.m this Station, 
cjntact yjur h.tel Company Commander. ' 

7. F^LUHE TO SIGN OUT. inth reference to Paragranh Ib v 605-1 pn it io 
raquired by regulati.ns of this stati.n thnt you clear tSis sia^on S slgf ut 
t'! ^^S^^r'^: Failuret. comply with this procedure will cauJe fr'^port 
Jisciplinary .^cti^n! '^^"^^'^^ °"^°^^ ^'^ ^-^ --* stati.n f .r approprial 

BY ORLER OF COLONEL ''aLLOUGHßY: 



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14.^ IST LT ROBERT A FOLSY, Ol 310 830, INF, is reld fr atchd 
unasgd Casual Co A, this sta, and is atchd una^gd to Det of Patients, 
iv-oore Crh, Si^'annanoa, N. C. FCS. G-ovt owned transportation used. 
iDCFR: 26 July 45. Auth: TD Cir 280, 1944. 

15o IST LT DOROTHY M. ROBINSON, N 723 042, ANC, ia reld fr 
atcxhd unasgd Ca^iual Co .-i, this sta, and is asgd to 6th SvC, Ivlayo GK, 
C-alesburg, 111, r/p immediately on 29 Julv 45. PCS TP.-i TDN 60] -31 
P 431-01, 02, 03, o?, 08 212/60425 S 99-999. EDC^R: 30 July 45. : 
Auth: T'-'X -TITSELL, ATAa, 'Vr^sh, DG, 25 July 45, SPXP0~A, ' ^ 

16. IST LT IvlriBSL A KE,iRIN, N 755 409, hNC, is reld fr atCxhd 
unasgd Casual Co A, this sta, and is asgd to 9th SvC, Letuerman G-K, 
Presidio of San Francisco, Caüf . WP immediately on 26 July 45, 
PCS TP.-i TDN 601-31 P 431-01, 02, .03, 07, 08 212/60425 S 99-999. 
SDCMR: 2 üug 45. üuth: T^'^X ^^TSELL, üT^C, TTash, DC, 25 Julv 45, 
SPXPO-.^. ' > > . , 



17. 2ND LT K^RVEY P NT^TON, 555 150, AUS. ( Six (6) mos Temp 
Ltd Sv, rat to Med Fqcility for reexani 9 Dec 45) is reld fr atchd 
unasgd Cn.sual Co ü, this sta, and is asgd to PMC Repl Pool, Ft Sam 
Houston, Texas, w/fifteen (15) days temp dy enroute at Snemy P;7 
Information Bureau, PMGO, Ft Creorge Cr, U.^r^Ae, Md,, in connection 
w/p'.7 activitieso v/p immediately on 27 July 45. PCS TPA TDN^601- 



31 P 431-01, 02, 03, 07, 08 212/60425 S 99-999. 



;DCMR: 29 July 



i5. ^uth: T"7X ^VITSSLL, ATiiG-, '^nsh, DC, 25 July 45, SPXPO-^. 

BY ORDER OF COLONSL V/ILLOUGHBY: 



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^i^OJG, USü 

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14.^ IST LT ROBERT A FOLSY, Ol 310 830, INF, is reld fr atcM 
unn.sgd Casual Co A, this sta, and is atchd una^gd to Det of Patients, 
iv-oore CtK, Smnnanoa, N, c. PCS. G-ovt owned transportation used. 
EDCFR: 26 July 45. Auth: ''JD Cir 280, 1944. 



15, IST LT DOROTHY M ROBINSON, N 723 042, ANC, is reld fr 

atchd unasgd Ca^^ual Co A, this sta, .and is asgd to 6th SvC, IV.ayo GH, 

C-alesburg, 111. iVp immediately on 29 July 45. PCS TF.-i TDN 601-31 



P 431-01, 02, 03, 07, 08 212/50425 S 99-999. EDCFR: 30 Julv 45. 
Auth: T-^X -TITSELL, ATACl, ^^^^h, DC, 25 July 45, SPXPO-A. 

. 15. IST LT IvL-iBEL A KE-^RIN, N 755 409, .^NC, is reld fr atchd 
unasgd Casual Co A, this sta, and is angd to 9th SvC, Letoerman G-H, 
Presidio of San P'rancisco, Calif . '.'^F immediately on 28 Julv 45. 
PCS TP.-i TDN 501-31 P 431-01, 02, 03, 07, 08 212/60425 S 99-999. 
SDCMR: 2 Aug 45. .luth: T^rx ^^ITSELL, iiT^G, 'Tash, DC, 25 Julv 45, 
SPXPO-.'^. ^ > , . , 

17. 2ND LT K.^RVEY P NE'7T0N, 555 150,' üUS, ( Six (6) mos Temp 
Ltd Sv, rot to Med Facility for reexam 9 Dec 45) is reld fr atchd 
unasgd Cnsual Co ü, this sta, and is asgd to PMG Hepl Pool, Ft Sam 
Houston, Texas, w/fifteen (15) days temp dy enroute at Snemy PW 
Information Bureau, PMGO, Ft George G-. Meade, Md., in connection 
W/P7 activities. v"/p immediately on 27 July 45. PCS TPa TDN 601- 
31 P 431-01, 02, 03, 07, 08 218/60425 S 99-999. EDCMR: 29 Ju] y 
45. ^uth: T:7X WITSSLL, aT^iG, 7ash, DC, 25 July 45, SPXPO-^. 

BY ORDER OF COLONSL V/ILLOUaHBY; 



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ErJEIIY PRISOMER OF ^.TAR INFORIIATION BUREAU 
Office of The Provost Llarshal General 
FoT^ JG^orge G. Meade, liaryland 

4 Decemter 19^-5 
SPEGLX ORDI^S ) 

NU!3SR 46 ) 

1. Ilajor Geor::e L, Reid, Jr, (CLIP) ii^N 0246041 ic reld fr dy as 
executive officer this org effective this <!lgH>«^ 

2. Capt Charles J. llonks, Jr. (CIIP) A3N 01797506 ia asgd dy as 
executive officer this org effective this date. 

3. ■ The following named E!.! are trfd .'n gr to Sep Center, Ft Geo G, 
Iloade, Ud 7JP rptg to CO, Ö Dec 45 for sep fr the mil servicc under the 
prov of PcR 1-1 TTL TAG ;;^83226 AR 615-365 TDN 601-3XP4.31-02A2 12/6042 5 

S 99-999. EDCMR Ö Dec 45 Shipment No 3v624-27 AUTH: VOCG 3rd SvC SPHPI 
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4. Ist Lt, Harvey P. Newton (AUS) ASN 0555150 jjjSeparatcc) this org is reld fr 
asgmt and atchd unasgd to Det of Patients,' Regional Hösp, r't Geo G l.Ieade, 
Md* 17P rptg to CO 5 Dec 45 for Observation, troatment, and disposition under 
V/D Circular No, 313' 1945 ♦ EDCI-IR 5 Dec 45. AiJTH: Par 17 SO 185 ASF AG & SF 
Redistribution Sta, Asheville, N, Ct Dtd 26 Jul 45« 

31 ORDER OF I.LIJOR REID: 



OFFICIAL: 



CHARLES J. HONKS, JR, 
Capt., CLIP 

Executive Officer 



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CH/iRLES J* imKä, JR, ^^ I ^ 
Capt • , CMP 

Executive Officer 

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DP - By direction of the President. 
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AAF - Arniy Air I^orces. 



Special Orders ) 
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i/iR DEPA..:Ti:ariT, 

Washington, 10 IJov 45 



KCTIIACT 



Par. 15. Amiouncanient is mde of the temp oro.v.otion of the 
follov.lng-named officers to the grades indicated in the AUS Tdth 
ranlc fr date of this order: 



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BY Cmm CF TIIE oECilETACT CF :IAR: 



OFFICIAL: 



■EET^mRD F. ITSiCLL, 
Ilajor General, 

Acting The Adjutant General. 



(1 f 7"iOC'Tj;. TT 

Chief of St äff . 



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Don't be Surprised if Johnny Connes Home from 
the War Speaking Hindustani or Chinese 




IN A MOCK TRIAL, Mrs. 
Posheng Yen, native of 
Peking, explains to Army 
Specialized Training Divi- 
sion men at Penn the Opera- 
tion of a Chinese court. The 
judge" is Bernard Fleish- 
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ABDUL KADER LARBI, son of a shiek, who hails from Ber Rschid 
that lies near Casablanca in Morocco.-utters the words again — 
smiling, suave, trying to be helpful. 

•Leh bess," says Abdul. Meaning "all right,'» "okay." One after 
another a half dozen soldiers try pronouncing it. Instructor J. Maurice 
Hohlfeld, lending attentive ear for errors, says: 

"You're not getting the 'e' quite right, Brown. That is not the 
way the Arab says it. Leh bess." Brown tries it again and again while 
fellow students join in tili their classroom at the University of Penn- 
sylvania Museum sounds with the babble of a North African mar- 

In this manner, serious-minded young soldiers of the Army Spe- 
cialized Training Division at Penn are busy long hours each day, 
some learning Moroccan Arabic; others, Chinese, Hindustani — Ben- 
gali, Russian or the more prosaic German, Spanish and Portuguese. 
These last two Latin tongues are spoken in various colonies through- 
out Ihe World where the Army may have dealings some day. 

At certain other American universities our soldiers are familiariz- 
ing themselves, in similarly intensified courses, with other lands, lan- 
guages and peoples under the Army's Foreign Area and Languages Study 
Program. 

After nine months these youths can use the exotic tongues almost 
as well as natives. That's not just ^ 

a cliche — they actually can. ■ - - ■^■"i- ^^^-"■--. ^ir- -^ 
What's more, they will have picked 
up a wealth of up-to-date, usable 
Information about the area they 
specialize in, such as its geogra- 
phy, climate, transportation facil- 
ities, natural resources and the 
economic, political, religious, so- 
cial and cultural institutions of the 
people. Much of the stuff has 
never been assembled in a text 
book. It's new, vital, modern. 

No frills. Just hundreds and ,,.,^^ 
hundreds of pertinent facts that *** 
stand a soldier who is serving in a 
liaison capacity in good stead. Män- 
ner of behavior and knowledge of 
what's what can save broken heads 
and make for good will. Such 
as: 

Chinese do not like to he slap- 
ped on the hack. They don't care 
to shake hands, eithevt or he 
touched at all. 

If a bull sidles up heside you on 
a Street in an India village it is not 
advisahle to smite him on the nose, 
even though he he as meek as Fer- 
dinand. He is prohably a sacred 
animal dedicated to the god Shiva. 

In any pari of Islam the "in- 
fidel" will do wise not to expector- 

ate in front of a mosque. Hurry by - „,.>.,™„. — ™„ 

such holy edifices with averted A LESSON IN HINDUSTANI, the great language of India, 
eyes. Remember, too, that Moslems j^^j^ ^y ^^j^ Mohan Singh, informant, to Private John M. 
do not fancy heing stared at whüe j^j^j^^ ^^^ ' J 

at prayer. > , . 

Itisprudent.aswellasgraciouSt courses: trainincrof ear. toneue and thnir nwn fonmi« o-otf?««. ♦».«i». 




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to oe kmd to üeygurs m lice Lauaa 
0/ the Eastand Near Fast Most 
of them are deserving cases; a 
amall gift occasionally — perhaps a 

ey'-Avifl caiifSß„(in American sol- 
dier no hardship and do the amity 
of nations a Ipt of good. 

Men assigned to A. S. T. D. stud- 
les after completing their military 
training are selected on a basis of 
Unusually high I. Q.'s revealed in 
Army intelligence tests. lyiost of 
them are already bilingual, but all 
study another language unfamil- 
lar to them, one necessary to our 
Army'B present potential require- 
ments. 

A man, for instance, who already 
can speak German as well as Eng- 
lish, will not continue studies in 
the former language. More than 
likely he will take on Russian. As 
a tri-linguist he will be of increased 
use to the Army and helpful in a 
score of capacities as later devel- 
opments in the war unfold. 

In many cases the soldiers choose 
the language-area field they pre- 
fer, though not always, especially 
if the demand is heavier than the 
iupply of volunteers. 

Even to the accomplished lin- 
guist in modern tongues the pros- 
pect of tackling Chinese or Hindu- 
stani may be forbidding, yet in a 
surprisingly short time the youths 
are grinning and forming foreign 
Speech which their classmates and 
teachers can understand. 

One extraordinary fact has been 
fliscovered in the Chinese depart- 
ment; namely, that a Student be- 
ginner in one of the many Chinese 
dialects often makes better prog- 
ress than a native Celestial who can 
already speak another dialect, such 
as Cantonese, the mother tongue 
of most Chinese-Americans. This 
is attributed to the fact that the 
dialects difter and a person con- 
versant with one often finds that 
knowledge is a confusing handicap 
while the soldier starting fresh has 
clear sailing. 

Grammar takes a back seat in 
the early stages of the language 



lip receive chief emphasls. " 

Graduates of the gruelling 
courses at Penn and elsewhere are 
placed in the Air Force, Ground 
Force, Signal Corps, Military In- 
telligence or Military Government 
to perform their special work 
abroad. 

Probably at no time in history 
have so many been learning so 
much about exotic lands and lan- 
guages in so short a time. These 
courses are revolutionizing study 
methods and will have important 
repercussions in the educational 
field after the war. 

Mimeographed material serving 
as text books for the soldiers is 
prepared by faculty authorities on 
numerous foreign subjects. 

Professors who had only a nod- 
ding acquaintance with each other, 
keepirff their noses to the educa- 
tional grindstone of their respec- 
tive departments, have got togeth- 
er to work out study sheets that 
touch both their fields. 



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"Never before has there been 
such a co-ordination of courses, 
such a bringing together of in- 
tellectual resources," comments 
Dr. John M. Fogg, Jr., Dean of the 
College of Arts and Sciences at 
the Unlversity. "It's a very stimu- 
lating thing. 

"We feel that in addition to the 
good these courses are doing for 
the Army and the Nation, there is 
going to be a beneficial effect on 
universities where the plan has 
been in Operation." 

The impact these studies will 
have on the lives of thousands of 
plastic young American minds of- 
fers limitless food for speculation. 

"These soldiers,- continues Dean 
Fogy, "will emerge from the war 
not only with a better understand- 
ing of our world neighbors but also 
with an appreciation of America's 
true picture in international af- 
fairs. Any man, for instance, who 
has been looking down on the 
average Chinese as a coolie will 
learn how mistaken he was after 
glimpsing their cultural contribu- 
tions, after talking with them in 



Points of View and learning how 
to do business with them." 

Dr. Fogg believes that many of 
these soldiers may be in line for 
good Jobs in civilian life in the 
post-war world, serving perhaps as 
agents and representatives in for- 
eign posts for an expanding Ameri- 
can production. But, at home or 
abroad, the world will always be a 
much smaller one for them — 
they'll make poor isolationists. 

One of the most surprising ac-i 
complishments in the A. S. T. D. 
courses is the conquest of some of 
the most dif ficult languages in the 
World in the short Stretch of nine I 
m.onths. 

Yet it isn't so hard to discover 
the secrets of this rapid progress. 
For three-quarters of a year these- 
selected solders spend 17 hours a 
week in informal but serious 
classes studying their new tongue. j 
Compare this with three hours per > 
week the ordinary College students 
devotes to tackling a foreign lan- 
guage. 

But there's more behind it than 
that. Study proceeds under Army 
discipline. If a man can't learn 
Arabic or Hindustani— and some 
high I. Q. tongues, clever as they, 
are, just can't waggle those sounds 
properly— the chap is put in an- 
other language group or may go 
into a different type of Army Spe- 
cialized Training. 

Classes are small, numbering on 
the average between six and a 
dozen, compared with College class- 
es of 25 and 30. Best of all, al- 
though each course is under the 
guidance of a coUege instructor, an 
accomplished linguist, he is assist- 
ed by an "Informant," a native who 
knows the exact sound and expres- 
sion of that particular language. 

Finally, the soldiers are quar- 
tered in dormitories according to 
tjieir language groups and spend 
their free time and study hours, 
often with the Informant present, 
Chattering in Chinese or Arabic. 
Under such conditions proficiency 
in linguistics flourishes. 




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£^3^A^^u^°.^?^^ r^ ^ MOROCCAN FOUNTAIN at the University Museum, soldiers 
In the Arabic division listen to Abdul Kader Larbi talk in his native tongue while J M Hohl- 
feld, language teacher, looks on. All these intensified Army courses have ' i 

native "informants," such as Abdul 



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(Batioi Ltr, 2iid Lt. Harrty P. Iwton. SubJMtj A%fardf of Battle Parti cipat Ion 
Cter«. dtd 17 Octcber 1945.) 



A» 201 • WTäTOK, larrey P, (o) Itt lad. nfrr 

Hq KU Int St (Main), Ü5 Forcei, 15urop«an Theatar. APO 767, ü 8 Aray 

31 Oetol>ar 1946 

tOx 2nd Lt. Harrey P. lewton, Unaay Pritonar of War Inforaatlon BoraaDi, Offlea 
of tha Pro^-ost Harshal General, n. Oeo. »• Maada» Maryland 

1. Hefcrencc inforraatlon cont^ünod in bfisic eoiaoonieation, in aeoordanea 
wlth provlaioni of pftra^r^Tih 1, attÄched lattar, fiq MI8, M0Ü8A, AG 200.6, Sub- 
Jacti Uattla Participatlon Credit, dtd 10 Kay 1946, subjaet offlear it an- 
titlad to credit for the yorjnandy and Hortham Pranc© Cnapalgnt. 

2. In accordanca with parafraph 2. af croBsanti oned lattar, which stataa 
undar vhat conditlons MI8 personnal racalTancradit for lubaacpiant eanpaica«! 
aubjaot officer ia antitled to battla partlcipaticn credit for tha Shlnaland 
Ca»pal|;n on the baeia of haring bean atehd to 3rd ÜB Aray dy/w 29th Xafaatry 
DlTliion durinf tha parlod of tha eaatpaign, whlch vaa eitad per ltr, Hq XTCÄJSA, 
AO 200.6 OpaA, Subjaeti Battla Participation Awda • Bhinaland Caapalm (1). 

28 Jnna 1945. 

70R TSE CQMlUIDIia OPVXOBBt 



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Xaali 

JÜtr, Hq MIS, 3T0Ü8A, 10 May 1945 

"Telephone !f3iaTDadan.-MI8 42« 



josiPH hb^xr 

lat Lt., im 
Paraonnal Offlear 



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17 Oct. 1945. 



Subject: Award of Battle Particlt)itation Stars 

To : Commanding Off leer, Mll. Intl Service, ETOÜSA, APO 757. 



1* The underslgned, 2nd Lt. Harvey P. Newton, AUS, 6 - 555150 
requests Information ae to the number of Battle Participitation 
Stars he is entitled to wear. 

2. The following data are submltted for reference: 
Asg. to MI3, ETOÜSA for duty with PID, ETOÜSA per par. 66. S.O. 198, 
16 Jul 44 and par. 9. S.O. 199, 17 Jia 44, Hq. lOth Repl. Depot, 
GPRS, ETOUbA, APO 874. 

On duty with Hq. Com Z, ETOÜSA (Pwd.) as of 10 Aug. 44, (AG 300.4, 
11 Aug. 44, 488H, Hq. ETOÜSA) 

Asg. to IPW Team 14, 20 Aug. 44, par. 2. AG 300.4. (20 Aug. 44) 
Aap 132 H, Hq. Com Z (Pwd.) ETOÜSA. 

From 20 Äug 44 to 30 Nov. 44 on duty with Hq. 3rd ÜS Army, Hq. 29 th 
Inf. Div, Hq. lOOth Inf. Dkv. 

WIA in Ingwiller, Paance on 30 Nov. 44 while on duty with Hq. 397th 
Inf. legt., lOOth Inf. Div. APO 447. 
Evac. to ÜK 8 Peb. 45# 
Evac to USA 1 March 45. 



26/0KT.1945 



Harvey P. Newton 
2nd Lt. . AUS. 



Lt. Harvey P. Newton, - 555150 
Enemy Prisoner of War Information Bureau, 
Office of the Provost Marshai G-eneral, 
Ft. G-eo. G-. Meade, Maryland. 



KOmiCV •> U rwsfgtm/k I • BOO 1, 2. 8, t^ • 

^ mmHMA «ndit oa am iBAlTidaal %atit 1b 

,' • ]\!ii.iTAP^Y :;:Nr::LLiG:;i:NCE ssrvice 

; EüROP:r]^v; Tllcu.vri:ai Or 0-^Pi.iTIOI^ 

■ ' unitsd' st.:.tzs ..jmy" 

APO 387 
AG 200,6 



~ na ~ 6M0 FOD (wbo vlll ¥• 
vilk pwafTi^li 7b(l) «Ad 



10 May 1945 




Battle Participatiüi'i Credit. 

\ 

'ill MIS Detachmcnts 
;.ll MIS Spocialist Toams 

r 

1 « Re^irdleas of loccition, all ;:)erson3n.ol asr.i/^icd to Military In telli- 
g cncc Service durinc, the inclunivo datoG of the Nom-kand.y and ITorthorn France 
Canpaigns havc becn av/nrdod Battle Particip-tion Credit for those caTiipaigiis in 
accordancü T;ith the provisions of the i ollowing letters: 

a« Non:iandy Carnpaicn. (Inclusive dateß - 6 Jim 1944 to 24 Jul 1944) 
Letter, Hq. ETOUS.., AG 200.6 OpG'., datcd. 3 Deconber 19^!^. 

b. Northern France Cai^ipai:};! (Liclusivo datoL^ - 2j Jül 1944 to 14.Sep 
1944) Letter, Hq ET0U3A, AG 200.6 OpG:., datod 3I January l^h.^. 




2. Pcrsonnel assigp.cd to MI3 (the Ileadquc^rtors £\nd the Detachinents assign- 
ed to this corxnard durin.;? the poriod concerned) v/h'O ciur.lify undor ary of the 
threo follov/ing conditions are entitlod to credit for the Gerninn3^ Ce:npai^'?^. 
(Inclusive datoG - I5 Sop 1944 to VE Da/): broken do%m into three (3) caiapaignai 
Rhineland, irdezmes aad Central Surope: 

a. If tho individual scrved honorably, and was prese:it for d;:ty as a 
menbcr of a unit, or attachcd to a unit o.t saTio trac during tho period in y;hich 

visions of ' para^praph 12, AR 260-IO. (Authority, par V7b(l), Soction 1, Cir- 
cular 195)» \^; \ 

■ , . /\ '■ 

1 " 

b» If individual te.:r.] is cited. \ { 

c» If tho indiividual \;as not a i.-^ünber of or icttachod to a unit, but 
served honorably und.or conoetont orderö in' the coiiihat ?iono c.t .sorne-tinie between 
the liiuiting datos of tho br.'-tlo or canprign pß eatabli.shod by V'O General Ordor 
No. 80, 5 October 1944 1 ^^ad xiaß oithcr; |.)j 



k}' 



ih 



(1) Av;ardLod a combat docoratiob', ör • . 

(2) Furnißhod a cortif icato of .a feorps or higher corT.iander that 
he actually participated i:i coifoat, or 

(3) Serving at a nornal post of duty (aö contrastcd to occupy- 
ir.{^ tho statua of an innp.-ctor, ohscrver, or visitor) 
(Authority, par 7h(2), >-cction 1, Gircular 195)« 

3« In detcnrmining eligihility, thcso dof initions as o.uoted in lottor, 
Hq ETOUSA, AG 200.6 OpGA, datod 28 April 1945, ^ubjoct: «In ^^Ividuals Entitled 
to Battle Participation /A:ard" , Vv-lll a.pply: 

a» "Prosent for d.uty''--V'ill Include all porson''^ol physically presont 
for duty and all personjicl porf onnina; special duty, but v/ill cxcludc all 



Battlc Participction Crj:^.it, 10 ivlr.;/ .';5 (cont'-) 

pcrsonncl siclc in cLuartors, i?i crroct in ounro oro , or in conf i-'^cnent, If t]:c 
individunl v/as prose-^t f or duty 'vith bis uni.t r\t t^-'u tir;.o u on tn.c unit par- 
ticipatod in conbat :^,nd rocoivocl crodit thorofor, thc individurl is cntitlcd 
to battlG participr.tion credit ^ cvcn tnou^^ he v/r..G not hin'-clf pliysically in 
thc conbat zono, jixi'anplcs: Non-flying poroonnol of r.:i air f orce c^-'oup r.tr.tion- 
od in irnr^land; also mcmbcrs of rcar ocholon.s of units T.'hicl- rocüive b-ttlo Par- 
tie ipation cro-dit« 

b, "Nor/ial Por.;t of Duty"-.-Tho placo or places at \:]rioY. an individua.l 
servcs undor cor.routont aaairaiiiient or al; '-ac'-'nent orlors as di8tint^-:7.iished fron 
placüs at vdiich ]\<.i so.iyue un.dcr tciriooi\ar:/ duty Orders, Ilov.'cvor, if an indivi- 
dual sorvod in a confoat zonc und^r t(.^^iYi)C'Vca:7 duty ordors -^oi^ tliirty (30) conse- 
cutivc daya or noro, ho './ill bo deoncii to '. .rvo hu^in at a r.orrnal poat of duty, 

c, "Sorvod honorably"--Entitl!;.d to an Iionorablo discharge, 

d« AdvaiLco dotr'cluaonts, a^iuad;:^, platoo"^s, yroupj? of individual:^ for:n- 
ed together for a iniG:^.'ion but not o x- rat inj_; unclcr an approvud Table of Organ- 
ization and ECLuipiiicnt, or Table of :.)istj.*i 'ution aj.d ."illov/anccn, provisionally 
organizcd units, for\;ard ochelonn, otc,| are not :.iutj:.C'riaod battlo participation 
credit as a unit* Individuais conprisins thoso units, if q_ualifiod for battlo 
participation credit undor tho provisions of tlxia lotter and Scction I, War 
Dopartnont Circulrr 195 1 IS's'-^» v;ill bc accorded such credit as individuals by 
thc uni"t CQi:iia?.ndor conccrncd» 

l].» Attention ia invitod to tho fact that: 



a. 



Thc Bronze Service^ drrovdiead is an indiyidual avard and onlj'" those 
mcnbcrs of tho units xfr.o aetually participatod in. a:.. Operation arc eligiblo 
for tlio av/ard, 

b» Only onc such ind ividiKvl av^ard is poi^nittcd for Operations in this 
thcater and only onc bronso sorvico arro^;head' v;ill bo \-orn on tho Eiiropoan- 
African-Middlc Sastcrn Theater Service rib-on» (Aut:-ority, letter, Jlq ETOU-A, 
AG 200.^ Opa:, datod 1 Iiiay 19/1.5, si^bjoct: "Individual Servijco Av;ard of tliö 
Bronze Service ^u.'ro\;head» " ) 



P» 



Action v;ill iimiediately \)o takon by Petachnen/b Co}7inanders (v:ho are 



custodions of personncl records) and teaa OIC's to asc^-^rtrin 



:ind ir.sui*e tliat 

proper entry of battlo participation credit Per MIS pcrsonn^ol b s been or is 
Tilade onto tlioir personnol rocordts on. tlio basis of tho aut]\oritius cited herein. 



CURTIFi;^D A TRUü: CG-dY 



s/ Ilroacr ?• Ford (JES) 

t/ E;j\,rL2^ V. ;p0PD 

C o 1 c>n.e 1 , Inf ::. v : t i'y 
Ca-irnandinf^; 



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V; V /. ' A>*. 

,/J^OSEfTr BZRCSER / 

2nd Lt., Alis 
, Asst. Pers, Off« 



II 



THE PRISONER 



JT WAii jimt two ycara a^o, In ()ctoh«r. 1914. My 
■ Imiiii occupird a iiimll nanihau» (hin) in Cermnny, 
JiiHl «nro88 tiie Dntdi Imnlcir. The night was pilcli 
(larli and quid, occaaionally inlerrupled hy tlie noise 
and iiash of an inconiinp ihell. We aat a round in the 
dark room, ailent, wailiuH. Suddenly llio door was 
ihiUNt open and Iwo riHrnifMi appearml, dragghig a 
hngo Gerinan prisonnr. Allliougli il was duric, 1 
iu)uld nee tliat llie prisonrr waii woumlrd, Tiic left 
I«g of liis trousers had Immmi torn ofT, rxpofling tlie 
ilc«h, and I noticed a wliilo l»andage lielow his Jcnee. 
He iiniped on lüs riglit leg. I motioned him to eil 
down in a corner of llie room because he was unal)le 
to aland. He moaned slightly. My ecrpeant lighted 
a cnndle and I loolced at tlie prisoner. He was almut 
Ihirly years old, and slrongly hnilt. IWn eyes nhowcd 
fear and pain. Hit unifoini was ih« graygreen of 
ihe lillle Gnard«, wilh ihe INa/i endileni on the «leeve» 
and hu nhonlder «trap« wem ihoHe of a (ieinian p<dice. 
man. I realiieed innnedialrly we had a man of one 
of llhinnler*B heul unilM. Ile waii «piite an inicresling 
«apllve after the old inen of the "Peoples (Jrenadier 
HivinioMs" we had had for day«. 

I luined to him. "SoldUmhr (payliook). He 
fund)le<l in liis coat and lianded it to nie. 1 opcncd 
il and found my aHflimiplion roiifirnied. He was a 
mrnil»er of the Mrd Klile Ciiarda Police llegiment. I 
thiimhetl ihroiiuh hin iiiivIi(miI( in th#» nmi«« u;lw*r#> ili«» 
engagementa he had paiti(;ipaled in were listed. Tliere 
it was: fights against bondils in Poland. Yugoslavia, 
Cfechoslovakia. I knew wlial tliia meant and thought 
of the itory of Lidice. Allhough I rcalized it was a 
rat her pointicss rcmark to niake du ring a tactical 
interrogation, I couhl not help hui say, "1 always 
thought that all of Kuropo was united hehind Hitler*8 
'New Order/ At least, that is whal I hear from the 
Orman radio. Isn*t it true?" 

The prisoner hesitated. He was scarehing for an 
answcr. Evidently he dldii'l know whelher to teil the 
trutli or to Protect his own rccord by claiming thcre 



had been fighting. Finally he blurted, "Wc really 
never fought anyhody, We just surrounded somc 
villages in those coimtries to inainlain *law and order/ 
while the young men were signing for Voluntary' 
labor in Gerniany. You know, there are always sornc 
trouble makers, lazy ones who don't want to work 
lhein«elve8 and try to k(«ep others from signing up. 
Kverylhing we did was very humane and lawful," hc 
conciuded. 

This unwilling ailmission proved that he was a war 
criminal. He was not a liighranking one, bul he had 
participated wholeheartedly. He was one of ihosc 
who were lost to humanity beyond recovery. Hc 
should be exlerrninulcd. I thought how niuch bcttcr 
it probably woiild he to shoot him righl there, because 
once at higher echelon he would get the protection and 
privilrges of a prisoner of war. But I I^ad lo forgel 
about personal feflings. My assignmcnt was not to 
pronounce judgmenl iipon him; il was lo oblain tac- 
tical Information. To find out from ihis man whelhcF 
only his Company or bis whole reginient had been 
cornmitted on our front might save the lives of many 
Americans. 

A prisoner put at ease gives heller and more com- 
plele information tliari one scared inlo lalking. So 
I lold him that if hc answered a few quesliona for ua, 
we would fliui a docior to look afler bin wonnJ \U 
talked readily enoiigli thrn and gave a complele pic- 
lure of what he knew. 1 knew he was not lying, be- 
cause everylhing he said dovelailed wilh information 
known lo us already. After I had pumped him dry, 
I phoned the 8-2 seclion and gave thein ihe informa- 
tion. Then 1 callrd the medical aid Station for an 
ambulance for the prisoner. 

I had done a good Job of inlerrogaling and I had 
followed slrictly army rcgulalions and the Geneva 
Convention. Hut I was not very happy about il, for 
in spile of all this, I feil that I had helped a criminal 
to escape. 

— Harvey P. Newton 



LAST NAMF— FIRST NAME— MIDDLE INITIAL 



HEADOUARTERS ISSUING ORDER AND A.P.O. NUMBER 



9Ui £Tme Hosp« AFO 7!^ 



TYPE OF AWARD 

' FOSFUC HSAHf 



0559150 



ARMY SERIAL NUMBER 



ORDER NUMBER 



GENERAL 
26 



GRADE 



Bmgt. E^« 397tli Inf B»gt lOOth Dir. 



ORGANIZATION 



SPECIAL 



POSTHUMOUS 



DATE OF ORDER 



12>«o iMi 



OAK LEAF CLUSTER 



RESCINDED 



REVOKED 



AMENDED 



O. L. C 



CORPECTED 

copy 



NUMBER 



CITATION 



FOfi WGOHXB mcssnsD IM Acncm is sro os j»!m qp 30 wmsmsB i^kk 



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THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, DECORATIONS AND AWARDS BRANCH, WASHINGTON, D. 

RECORD OF AWARD OF DECORATION 



WD AGO Form 0708 Supcrs-rdes WD AGO Form 0708, 1 December 1944, 
1 April 1945 which may be used until existing Stocks are exhaustcd. 



FOR AAF 



AGF ASF 



OFFICER OUALIFICÄTIONS RECORD 



Read the form completely before you answer any of the questions. If a question does not apply to your particular case, write "Does not 
opply . If in doubt about the answer to a question, leave it blank. An experienced officer will assist you in answering such questions. 
Do not US« blocks in right morgin. 



(1) LAST NAME Flf?ST 



Ml DOLE 



(4) PRESENT GRADE HELD DATE OF GRADE 

2nd Lt. lg Jim AA 



(5) SERVICE (CIRCI^) 
GENERAI. LIMITED 



(2) SERIAL NO. 

l gQM55150 



(3) ARM OR SERVICE 

AUS (MI) 



GRADE ON Er^RY 



DATE 



(6) ENTRY ON 

18 Jim^^lT"''' 2nd Lt. 18 Jun AA 






(8) NAME AND ADDRESS OF PRESENT STATION 



(7) SOURCE (aiKO-E YOUR STATUS IMMEDIATEI.Y PRIOR TO 
EKTRANCE ON EXTENOEo' ACTIVE DUTY) 

EM civiLiAN RES PCS NGus RA Pneriy PW Informatioii Bureau, QPMG^ Ft>Meade^Md> 



(9) DATE OF BIRTH COUIVTRY 

Oct. 1920 GeiTaany 



(13) MARITAL STATUS (ciRO-E) DIVORCED 

SINCLE MARRIEO SEPARATED WIDOWED 



(10) WIFE'S COUNTRY OF (l1) MOTHERS COUNTRY OF 
_. BIRTH n r% BIRTH 

Does not apply Germany 



(U) NUMBER OF DE- 
^ PENDENTS OTHER 

< THAN WIFE 



(12) FATHER'S COUNTRY OF 
_ BIRTH 

Germany 



(15) RACE (cIRCLE) 
WHITE NEGRO INDIAN 



OTHER (SPECirr) 



r" 



.1 . 



1 



(16) PREVIOUS MILITARY EXPERIENCE. — prior TO entry on extended current ourY — begin wrm first tour of duty two-week periqos or active outy as a 

RESERVE OfTICER TO BE SHOWN COULECTIVELY IN REMARKS SECTION AT ENO OF FOMM. 



DATES (mONTH AND YEAr) 



FROM— 



()ct.43 



?eh.U I May 4^. AUS(MI) 



May 41 



Sept. 4; AUS (Inf.) 



Jan 44 



ARMED FORCE 



AUS(NMB) 



HIGHEST 
GRADE 



TYPE OF DUTY 



Pfc EUfleman, Internal Security, 



Pfc 



Pfc 



Student at Mil. Int. Tr. Center, Camp Rit- 



ACTIVE OR 
INACTIVE 
(SPECIFY) 



Active 



ASTP Student, Area and Language( Chinese) 



Active 



chie, Md. Course: Interrigation of PW«s. 



( german) 



Active 



(17) CURRENT MILITARY EXPERIENCE. — INDICATE EXACT DUTY BY TITUES. SINCE entry ON current active DUTY, EXCEPT FOR TOURS of DUTY WHICH CONSTITUTE MILI- 
TARY EDUCATION (in SUCH INSTANCES. LIST SCHOOL AND SUBJECT OF STUDY UNOER 'OUrY-) START WITH YOUR FIRST DUTY AND WORK UP TO YOUR PRESENT DUTY. OMIT 
TOURS OF DUTY OF LESS TMAN ONE MONTH. 



UAIfeA VMUMTM ANO YKAR; 



rnoM— 



Jun 44 



iJov 44 



Dec 44 3^un 45 



Jul 45 



date 



UNIT. ORGANIZATION 
OR STATION 



Mil.Int.Serv. ET0Ü6A 2nd 
(aögd.) 



atclid. to 3rcl Arny 
Hq. 29th Inf.Div., 
Ilq. 100 th Inf. Di v 



HIGHEST 
GRADE 



1 



DUTY 



• 9 



Det. of Patiente 



Eneioy PW Information 



Bur 



"pmo- 



r*eatr, ai»v.w, 
Ft. Meade, Md. 



"ik^ 



Lt. PW Interrogation Officer (MOS 9316) 



Interrogations conducted at Aragi level( Strategie 

aiid f o r 010), al Regtl. l eve l(tactical) 

Supervision of search of PWs, regtl. PW enclo- 
I sur e , e vacuation of PWs. Examination of e n e ay 
documents. 



2nd Lb. Patient 



-2nd-^:it7 



Administrative Officer (MOS 212» 



In Charge of Heporting sub-section 



W. D., A> O. O. Form No. 0807 

12 Octob«r 1943 



ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS IF NECESSARY 



24-59U40ABCD 



(18) MILITARY SPECIALTIES (DESCRIBE BRIEFLY skills in wmiCH YOU HAVE MAO MILITARY EXPERIENCE OR COUCATION) 



As EM; ftjflem an^ Bn. Int. Scout and Observer 

int. NCÜ ( Müö 63i) 

As Off; Interrogator of Priaoners of War (MOS 9316) 
Administrative ulTicer (Müb 2120) : 



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09) CIVILIAN EXPERIENCE— GIVEA COMPLETE RECORO OF CIVILJAN EMPLOYMENT. START WITH YOUR LAST POSITION AND WORK BACK TO THE 
FIRST POSITION YOU MEXD. DESCRIBE YOUR FIEUD OF WORK AND POSITION AND §TATE YOUR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES SO SPECIFICALX.Y ÄND IN 
SUCH DETAILASTO MAKE YOUR OUALIFICATIONS AS Ci-EAR AS POSSIBLE. "NAMEOF EMPLOYER" SHOULD BE THE ORGANIZATION NAME. NOT THE OWNER'S 
CR SUPERVISORS. KINO OF BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION" SHOULD BE SPECIFIED BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND COMMOOITY OR SERVICE (E. G.. 

MANUFACTURER OF ELEVATORS. WHOLESALE FURNITURE). ' NUMBER ÄND CLASS OF EMPLOYECS YOU SUPERVISED" SHOULD INDICATE WHETHER SUPER- 
VISION WAS DIRECT OR INDIRECT. EARNED INCOME' SHOULD NOT INCLUDE TRAVEL EXPENSE AND SIMILAR ITEMS EXACTLY WHAT YOU OID-"SHOULD 
SHOW YOUR FUNCTION. IN ENGINEERING THIS WOULD BE CONSTRUCTION. DESIGN. OPERATION. ETC.: IN INDUSTRY FUNCTION WOULD BE EXPRESSED AS 
SALES. PURCHASING. OVERALL MANAGEMENT. ACCOUNTING. ETC. IN OTHER OCCUPATIONS. SIMILARLY. EXACT FUNCTIONS SHOULD BC STATCD TO GIVE 
THE CLCAREST POSSIBLE PICTURE OF YOUR EXPERIENCE. 



PLACE (CITY) fSTATE) 

Hyde-Farmlands, Biirkevüle, Virginia 



FROM (MOr^H ANO YEAR) 

Feb. UO 



TO (MONTH ANO YEAR) 

^pr. 41 



EARNED INCOME (PER ANNUm) 

FINAL > None 



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1 


r 
1 




— 1 
1 


L 


^^^ ^^a 


1 




1 — 

1 


— 1 
1 




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STARTING f 



NÄW^OF EMPLOYER 

Hyiie - Farmlands Inc. 



ADDRESS 



( reneral and Poultry Farm. (IVOQ acres} 



Biirkeville, Val 



KIND OF BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION 



EXACTLY WHAT DIO YOU DO? 

Worked with the Poultiy -breeder flock 



Ceöötructed farm buildings, worked inthe 
iOFleld Crop Dept. 



NUMBER AND CLASS OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED (SHOW DIRECT AND INDIRECT 
supcrvision) 



3 , direct. 



MACHINES ANO EOUIPMENT USED 

General Farm ^liquipment, truck, tractor. 

EXACT TITLE OF POSITION 

Shareholder of H.F. Inc. 



PLACE (CITY) (STATE) 

lYieringerwaard , Holland 



FROM (MONTH ANO YEAR) 

Dec 19-38 



TO (MONTH AND YEAR) 

Jan 1940 



EARNED INCOME (PER ANNUm) 

FINAL t None 



STARTING » 



NAME OF EMPLOYER 

//erkdorp 7/ieringerwaard 



ADDRESS 

Wieringerwaard , Holland 



KIND OF BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION 

General and Dairy Farm, ( 400 acres ) 



NUMBER ANO CLASS OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED (sHOW DIRECT AND INDIRECT 

gjPERvisKji^ students, direct. 



EXACTLY WHAT DID YOU DO? 

Supervised work detaxls oi students» 

~" details working in the Field Crop Dept, 

building tne dra-inage sy:fc^tem and takin ^ 

soll iraproving measures. ~~ 



Machines and eouipment used 

General Farm machäinery 



EXACT title OF POSITION 

Student iv^anager 



(20) EDUCATION. (CIP«<XI HlOHKffT ORAOC OOttmjKTWD. OLKMCKrARV Of« HIOH 
l2S^tt7S»IO 



) 
II 



12 



DID YOU ORADUATEt YES 



NO 



NAME OP SCHOOL 



COIXE6E 



POST 
OPUDUATE 



' oeoon^SiltoiQ^ Gormar y — 1936 



OATES 
ATTENDED 



a93a. 



OTHER SUBJECTS SPECIALIZED IN (SHOW TRADC AND VOCATIONAl. SCHOOLS) 



DID YOU 
ORAOUATE 



-yiea. 



OCGREE 



SUBJECT 
MAJORED IN 



Certificate , Agronoay 



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(21) FOREIGN LANGUAGES. — (CHECK PMOTICIENCV) 



LANGUAGE 



(SPECIPY OIA1.CCT IP ANY) 



Gennan(high and most 



dialectsT 



Dutch 



READ 



cxcnjjorr 



FAM 



WRITE 



EXCSULCNT 



FAM 



SPEAK 



vxBXOn 



FAM 



UNDERSTANO 



cxcaLonr 



T 



FAN 



(22) FOREIGN RESIDENCE. BUSINESS OR STUDY EXPERIENCE (.EXCUJOE VACATION TRAVEL OF UESS TMAN S MOKTMS.) INDICATE I.OCATION. DURATION 
AND PURPOSE OF ANY FOREIGN EXPERIENCE. (GIVE COUNTRY AND SUBOIVISION: USE OFFICIAL NAME AS OF \93ft) ADDITIONAl. INFORMATION CAN BE 
ENTERED UNDER REMARKS AT END OP' FORM. 



COUNTRY 



Gtf rmany ( E , 3£ ^ Cmi W al 192A 



Netherlands(N. Holland) All 



Czechoslovakia(Südet6n)28- 3B 



Italy(lstrlen,TyrQ 



DATES 



FROM- 



i)Jui-b3pt '35 



-±^3B- 



I 

I 

I 

I 

I 

I 



L_ 



n 
I 

j 

n 
I 

n 

I 

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RESIDENCE 

(cmr) 



Br e slau 



üf 193^ Wlbrlug e r w aa L- d, N.Hülland 



frequent tra^el 



Vacation trav3l 



BUSINESS 

(city) 



STUDY 

(university) 



r 
I 

L 



1 

I 

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(23) SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS (dESCRIBE ANY WHICH YOU HAVE ACQUIRED TMROOGH MEANS (sUCH AS HOBBIES OR SPORTS) OTHER THAN YOUR MAIN FIELOS OF 
SPECIALIZATION. UST ONLY SUCH SKILLS AS YOU BELIEVE ARE AT A LEVEL SUFFICIENTLY HIGH TO BE UTILIZEO ON THE SAME BASIS AS MAJOR OCOi- 
PATIONAL EXPERIENCE E. G.. RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATION UNOER FEDERAL LICENSE. MEMBERSHIP IN THE U. S. POWER SQUAORON. CTC.) 



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(24) REMARKS (STATE ANY OTHER INFORMATION YOU MAY DESIRE TO SUBMIT WHICH WILL BE HELPFUL IN ASCERTAINING YOUR BEST FIELD OF USEFULNESS). 

5) SFW l.wrifet, restricted movement of left wrist and general weakness of 
left haÄd. TLb ror 6 montn witn re-examination at ena of that time(Hq. AST Conv.Hosp. 
Camp Upton, N.Y, Par. 11 S.O. lU, 13 Jun 45) 



Purple Heart, ETO ribbon with stars for the campains of Ä.France and Hhtoeland, Amer. 
uer. Serv. ribbon, Good ^onduct ribbon) 



ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS IF NECG5SARY 



QATE 



6 Oct. 1945. 



SIGNATURE 



^U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE :1 94 'j 0-624723 



Symbols: 



RESTR ICTED 

DP — By direction of the President. 
TDN — Travel directed is necessary in military Service. 

WP — Will proceed to .... j , An ^ne 

TPA— Travel by officer or his dependents by privately owned automobile is authorized. DS for officer s travel is authorized, par. 1 e, AR 605-180 

AD— Active Duty. TDPFO — Temporary duty pending further Orders. PCS— Permanent change of Station. 



WAR DEPARTMENT, 

17 June 1944 



Special Orders / 

No. 1^^ ) Washington, 

EX TRAGT 

Paragraph 20. DP following officer ordered to AD WP fr home to sta on date indicated. TDN. PCS. Allotment serial number in column after 
each name. P 431-01, 02, 03, 07, 08, A 0425-24, 25. All personnel of AUS unless otherwise indicated: 



Grade, Name, Section and 
Home Address 



20 LT Hermann Neustadt 
0656150 Viaeland» N J 
(Mow at Cp Hltehie, Md) 



Almt. Ser. 
No. 1— 



6412 



Eff. Date 
of Duty 



16 June 
1944 



Branch and Station 
to which Assigned 



MIS, MITO, Gp Ritchie, Md 



By order of the Secretary of War: 
Official: 

J. A. ULIO, 

Major General, 

The Adjutant Gficral. 



G. C. MARSHALL, 

Chief of Staff. 



Date of 
Rank 



18 June 
1944 



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IN THE MATTKH OF THÄ PJßTITlC» 
Or HIRMAMN NSUdriU>r 



NO, 1Ö706 BQOTTT 

IN ras CIRCUIT COURT FOR 

ÄASHIWÖTCK COÜN'IY, MaHTLAND 



UpOB «(m«ld«ratloii of the pttltlon «ad «ffldarlt flltd in thli 
•aua«, it la» thla 17 day of Jxma A.D. 1944, by tha Cireuit Court 
for Washington County, Maryland, in Iquity, AOrUDöKD, ORDEHSD AND DSCRKSD 
that tha nana of Hazmnn Nauatadt ba and It la haraby ehangad fxoa Haxsaan 
Nauatadt to Harvay ?• Nawton, aa prayad in thla patition, aad that tha 
aaid patitionar pay tha oest of thaaa prooaadlnga. 



Saal of tha Clroult Court for 
tfaahington County, Maryland 



Joa» D. Ml eh 
Judga 



Trua CopyTaat} 



Harray P* Navton, 0-»5C5190, 2d Lt. AU5 



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PCST HEADQUAKTERS 
CAIiiP RITCHIE, mRYLAND 



V 



V 



201 - Neustadt, Hermann 



25 Fobruary ' •^^'^^ 



SUBJ'ECT: No.tiiralization of Aliens Serving in the Ariny 
of the United States. 



TG : 



Pfc Hermann Neustadt, 33044875, Co, E, 2nd 
Tng Bn, Camp Ritohie, Maryland. 



1. The original of your Certificate of Natural- 
^^^A^^Ä^' bearing Certificate No. 5795439 ^nd Petition :Jo. 

14894 M ^ issued by the .Dist> Court of U>S^. Dist> of Pol. 

at Washington on 1 Decembar V lQ/,^_. hllT^ 

been received by this office. 

2. The Certificate v.dll be filed vvith your Serv- 
ice Record imtil you are honorably separated from the Serv- 
ice, 3t which time it will be returned to you as nrovided 
for by Paragraph 6. b, , War Department Circular No. 193, 
dated 27 Augunt 1%3. 

3. In accordance with further provisions cf th*=. 
above mentioned Y/ar Departinr^nt Circular, this headquarters 
has duly entered the fact of your naturalization in your 
Service Record with appropriate reference to the National- 
ity Act of 1%0, as added by title X, Second War Powers Act 
of 19ii2, 

K% Appropriate notations and chan-res have been 
made on all other official records. 

5. In the event change of name y/as requested by 
you av^ part of naturalization, you will be notified in due 
course that all rocords have been changed accordingly, and 
until such notification is received you will continue to 
use the name under which you were knovm prior to naturaliz- 
ation. 

6. This letter constitutes the only nroof of your 
naturalization until such time as your Certificate is del- 
ivered to you, It should be retained by you and kept with 
your important personal doouments. 

By Order of Colcnel BAI^ILL:,<;^ 




S. SUNDIiEIM 
Ist Lt. AUS 
Personnel Officor 



- 1 - 



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IN REPUV 
REFER TO 



AO 201 ITeustadt» Hermann 
(16 Jun 44)FIUA 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

THE ADJUTANT GENERALS OFFICE 

WASHINGTON 



SUBJECT: 

fhrought 



TO: 



Temporary i^pointment • 

Commanding Offioer» 

Military Intelligence Training Center» 

Canp Bitehie, Marylaad« 

Pfo Eermazm üTeuetadt, AtJS« 



LK 4341 



16 Jone 1944 



A 0-565150 



(Tearp* Appointed 2nd Lt« AUS) 



!• By direction of the President you are temporarily appointed and 
commissioned in the Army of the Ifaited States, effective this date, in the 
grade and section shown in the address ahove. Your serial number is shown after 
A ahove. 

2. This commission will continue in force during the pleasure of the 
President of the I&iited States for the time being, and for the duration of 
the war and six months thereafter \mless sooner terminated. 

3. There is inclosed herewith a form for oath of Office which you are 
requested to execute and retum pronrptly to the agency f rom which it was 
received hy you, The execution and retum of the required oath of Office 
constitute an acceptance of your appointment. No other evidence of acceptance 
is required, ^ 

4. Ihis letter should be retained by you as evidence of your appointment 
as no commissions will be issued during the war. 

d^t«d A, J^IÜ ^^^^*f ^°« Pilonidal Sinus on phyeical examination report 
dated 6 Jnne 1944 made at Camp Hitchie, Md, 

ord«. ^II^S^JJLÜ'*'^''*''"" " *° """"^ disCharge and issuaace of actlve duty 



Inclosure: 

Form for oath of Office. 

Snvelope* 



By Order of the Secretary of War; 



Copy for: Chief, Military Intelligence Service. 



Jor Genepil, 
ijutantxt^neral 



© /'Ä^ 



TRAINING -HEMXiUARTERS 
CmP RITCHIB,MARYIJVND 



October 24, 1942 



SÜBJECT: Admission to the Military Intelligence Training Center. 



TO 



Pfc. Hemann Neustadt, Co« I, 176th Infantry, South Post, 
Fort Myer, Virginia* 



1« Relative to your recent letter, it is suggested that you 
make application by letter, thru Channels, to attend a course of instruction 
at this Training Center« Füll information should be given as to your 
qualifications inoluding your ability to speak, read or write any foreign 
leuiguage» 

2» "While it is not possible to inform you as to whether you will 
raceive an opportunity to attend a course of instruction at this Training 
Center, your application will be given very serious consideration« 

For the Coimnandantt 





dCl. HOFFMAN 
Lt. Col., AGD 
Adjutant 



GMSM^R 

SPECIAL ORDERS 
NUMBER 35 



! 



Armv Service Forces 
Third Service Command 
Fort Gea:^g'j G. Meode, Maryland 
I, February I946 /jjm 



E X T R A C T 



.9. The following named Offs are gtd terminal Iv of abs for number of days 
indicated eff dates shwon. Eff 7 Feh ^6 they are reld fr atchd unasgd Det 
of Pnts A5F Pe^ional Hosp 132Pd SCU this sta and asgd orgns indicated for 
record purposes only. (Off will not physically proceed thereto.) ^"T tbeir 
homes so as to arrive thereat not later than date specified belo^v on which 
dato they are DP reld fr further AD and will revert to inacti-e st^^tus. ^emp 
Äptmt of Off m AUS will continue in force during the period of the present 
emerg and for six (6) mos thereafter unless sooner terninqted DP. Offs are 
gtd tvl time as indicated: 

^ays Revert 

M AnivT T^r. ^^"^ • ^sys Eff Date Inaotive 

Name ASN BR_._0^ni Nation Time Lv Term Lv Status 



13T LT GEORGE M HOLBROOK 01176670 (AC) 
Sep Gtr Camp Atterbury Ind 
CAPT JAMES E. GOCHPAN 037932ii (MC) 

Sep Ctr Indiantown Gap Fil Res, Pa. 
2D LT ROBERT C CROWIE 015603^.; (o^D) 
Sep Ctr Fort Dix NJ 
Vi?T_jyr^HAR.YEY P N-7T0N 0555150 (AUS) 
Sep Ctr Fort Dix ^3 " ^^— - ' 

IST LT ^'/ILLIAMS B LOGAN 0-1057151 ('INF) 
Sep Ctr Ft Geo G Meade, Md. 
IST LT ALB^^T A STYLES 01319678 ( INF) 
Sep Ctr Ft Geo G Meade, Md 



2 10^ 9 Feb 46 23 Tay i^6 

7 VineSt. Charleston, 7. Va* 
1 76 8 ^eb 4.6 ?/; Apr 4.6 

64^50 N Sydenham '^'t. Phila 26, Penna. 
1 13 8 Feb ^6 20 Feb 4.6 

2720 Tenbrock Ave. Bronx 67 MY 
1 5^ 8 Feb ^6 2 Apr U6 

7est ^"'alnut '^oad, Vineland, lÜ 
1 63 8 Feb ^6 11 Apr ^6 

2812 Guilford Ave. Baltimore, Md. 
1 62 8 Feb Ui> 8 Apr 4.6 

905 S Paca St. Baltimore 30 ISfd. 



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wixj. ue lUrnisned same 



Offs are entitled to ^^T) AOO Pn-nm c^-^^o^ p^v.^- ^^ o,, .^j 

, . . ^^ ' * ■'^*** -'-' ^ -' ^^-^ «^ ^L ^^ aiiu wxxo. ue i urnisneo. sai 

dT.^hn -r""™ ;^P^\^?i^^^ -'^ ^- ^^^li^^ ^^ AD is by reason bf physical 
disability. EDCm 7 Feb ^6. TDN. TPA. PCS. 601^31 P 431^02 03 A 212/ 
6O425 S 99-999. Auth: Cir 188 ^ 45 and Cir 313 WD 45 "^ 



BY COtmAND OF BRIGADIER GENERAL HELP/^ICKJ 



R. F. HA^^KINS 
Capt. , AUS., 
Adjutant. 



OFFICIAL: 



i/:. 



F^ANK cT. TOLLI^ON ' . 

Capt., MAC 
A^ST ADJUTANT. 

DI^TRIBUTION: (4); Sep Ctr IGMR Pa (^)) Cp Atterbury Ind {u); Fort Dix M (^) 

Ft Geo G Meade Md (4.)« 




fo b€ biJpdred in TRIPLICA TE 

# / ./ , REPORT OF INDUCTION OF 

f . / 7 J BELECTIVE SERVICE MAN 

(Firsit namo) (Middle name) (Army serial No.) 

w^xitgOKtflOT- /«ra»7llRaßü^UrbantS ''^'^. 

(CÖüoty) "(State) \Rural fD (Mothcr tonguc) 

^. , , cum Girtisfsr ^. . . OcUihmr 4^ 1930 

Birthplace_. _?L.-. Birth date " ----- 

(City, town, or county) (State or couutry) (Month) (Day) (Year) 

20 7 .. ^ -. »diu 

Age: years months. U. S. Citizen . 



("föwn") 



Race. 



(YesorNo) j^ gj, X%0» 'M.%«ä ^^«t«» 

I( .„ 8flicj8y|rt^hip.^}g||^anA|j|J|J,5^^h^.cj^^j^ - - -- - 



If not a Citizen, show country of allegiance: i^ 



4 



Do not enter anything 
in thla column 



Grade completed in grammar »chool^^^^..,^^.; high school: ; College or universjtor: ...„...: duty with Cf C^^gf 

''•"••' ■• " * „.: years so engaged: „...iL ; Veekly wage: .....•^Tf... 



Civilian trade or o^DAt|Ui: 

Marital Status: _„rll-— Dependents: 

(Single, married, widower, or divorced) 



^3em 



(State numhxir and retotionshlp) 



Previous Service in 4Jajtel States rnilitary or naval servIce, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, or Nation ^Qi^g^rd i 

• fafiia* __.__..._.._-. ^S.--. -«..-.■..- 



in an |ctive, inactivc, or reservc 



Status: 



« 



(State last Service only) 



t Place "X" in box opposlte urban if Community of 2,500 population or greater; otherwisc place "X" in box opposite rural. 



Resldence 


State 


County 






Place inducted 


Date inducted 


Day 


Month 


Year 








Source 


Nativity 


Year of birth 


Race/Cit. 


Education 



Occupation 



Marital 



NEAREST RELATIVE AND PERSON TO BE NOTIFIED IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 



Nearest relative 

(Other than wife or minor ehild) 



«i 



(Name in füll) 



Relationship Address '^ 

(Number and street or rural route; if none, so State) (City, town, or post Oillee) (State or country) 

Person to be notified in case of emergency — zz^-'-'-'-r-- 

(Namo u» füll) 

ftim^ ^^^ iOI^ pÄ Säl% .%^ % rtid^Madn, VirijiUU 

Relationship — Address .. --— — — -- — - -■ 

(If friend, so stale) (I^dmber and street or rural route; tf none, so stat») (City, towL^e^r^g^^' ofücc) (State or country) 



DESIGNATION OF BENEFICIARY 



^^^.>.„^„^>.^^ 



Jl 



(Füll name of wife; if no wife, or tf sho is deceaaed or divorced, so State) 



(Wife's füll address) 



(FiLYnamV and'address'öf Va^^^ child, and each dependent child over 21 years of age. If there are no children, so State. If the address is the same as the 



.^ 



wife's, so State. Do not repeat address) 
In the event of my leaving no widow or child, or their decease before payment is made, I then designate as my beneficiary the relative whose name, relationship. 



in 



ly bcne^iary.") 



and address are shovm below: A * •>« l • I 

(if designation of beneflciary Is decliaed, man Aist State in own han d^ iti%: "I decline to designate any perecti as my 
In the event of the death er disqualification of the last-named flependent relative ßeFore payment is made, I then designate as my beneficiar>' the relative whose 
name, relationship, and address are shown bdow: 

4 _ ' 

. (ifb^neficiäry is named in'lLäe'i but naming of altemate is declined, man must State in own handwriting: "I decline to designate an alternate beneflciary.") 

The above recorded Information is correct. 



(First name) (Middle initial) (I^ast name) 



Signature of inducted man: 

mtn^^iYJ.^.?Ai9Z[9J^.-f-T-^---J--^.^-9.^^^ - -— ÜÄY-^^Ä.:'::: 19. 




(Signature of witness attesting) 



__.-.—-—----- — » — — — — 

(Name of witness typed) (Orade and Organization) 



y^^ INSTRUCTIONS 

1 An original and two copies of this form will be prepared for each selectee. For each man inducted, the original signed copy accompam'ed by FBI MiHtary 
Fmgerprint Card will be forwarded from Induction Center to The AdjuUnt General. Washington, D. C. One unsigned copy will be sent to Reception Center for 
extJ^ction of data; then to Corps Area Headquartcrs for machine record purposes; then to The Adjutant General One signed copy will be given to the man. For 
each man rejected the original will be sent to the local board; one unsigned copy to The Adjutant General; one signed copy to the rejected man. All copies other than 
original wiU be clearly marked "Copy" in large red overprint letters diagonally across the face of the form. . , r- -j 

2. Fingerprinte are not required for rejected men; for inducted men they are required only on original copy and on rbi Military hmgerprint Lard. 

3! Forms of men rejected will be marked "Rejected" in large letters at the top of first pagc. 



rejec 

W. D., A. O. O. Form No. 221 

March 1, 1941 



(1) 



PHYSICAL EXAMINATION 

1. Eye abnormalities ,.— _^i3ZMI 

2. Elar, no$e, throat abnormalities JtOXW. __ 

3. Mouth and gum abnormalities fiOKLCl 

Right (Examinee's) Left NOZW lütslng 

.^,f8765432l 12345 678 (Strike out those that arc missing; circlc those that 

• ""^^ l 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 may be restored) 

5. Skin — JtonnAL- _ 

6. Varicose veins J^OIli^ _ 

7. Hemia JIOIl^-- 



8. Hcmorrhoid« _ HpiH| ^ 

9. Gcnitalia NonöftL 

10. Pect ---.??_». J>A^u«iL.MlÄtoral^.jiij.Qi3nil.^ 

§}ps^tgm.B*L__ 

11. Musculo-skeletal defects , HOZIft 



12. Abdominal viscera ^QTIIlflLL. 



13. Cardiovascular System J^OTUkBll- _ 

14. Lungs. induding X-ray, ißäuöC-iA\mg8^_iiflari:-Aad-i,ar^-blaod-ve*«^l^i>--a€>rBÄl 

15. Nervous System: reflcxes. pupillary I^OFaikl patellar KOTSUIjL 

- KöfkäI — 



Vision: 

Right eye 20/..2D. _. 

Left eye 20/„.J2Q-___ _„ 

Hearing: 

Right ear _ 2020 

Left ear 2020 

Height ^ in. 

Weight -129-™ Ib- 

Cirth (at nipples): 

Inspiration y_T m- 

: Expiration ._____V*. 
Girth (at umbilicus) __2_* 

Posture --_G00d 

Frame _.._I4Ät_ 

Color of hair .-J8rO[im__ 
Color of eyes -5l!$gr____ 

Complexion R^jid^. 

Pulse:* 

Sitting 

After cxercise 

2 min. after exercise 

Blood pressure:* 
Systolic __J:?6 



m. 



m. 



16. Elndocrinedisturbances ! Sovia 


Oiastolic jfSd 


**\f9^m — -... - _ 


Urinalysis: 
Sp. gr. jLjlQX3 


17. Results of laboratory examinations, when made . T^'Ä^ijrinB^Tn.^CftS.t J^___I^USÄtl'r*.--- 




Albumin Non« __ 

Sugar IiOnO .._ 

MicroscoDic* 




18. Remarks on defects not sufficiently described above ^ IiQXlA. 




Other data* 






19. Sununary of defects in order of importance, impression of physical fitness KOQS 








• 






*When required. 




I certify that thc abovc-named regis tränt was carefully exainined; that the results of the examination have been correctiy recorded and that to the best of my 
knowledge and belief he is — 

*Mentally and physically qualified for the active military service of the United States. 
* #Mf"^°*V j(fpky.;r«lly J'„y„V Q, I f .i. ^ I ,<i ... ili fHi j ii-i i j ' f "f I lif * ^ l ü l " ! f^ \ Mn Ifj mil nn of 

♦ Phyginlly nnalifi < d a nly f u i r ii iüted BMVlce lll thc Army of Uie UiiilLj Slato e Ly iMa t b n of 

Place I__r._'__l "_. Signature 

Date Juiy_.2-4--.Ull - Name typed or stamped: dOHKA^SÜBK, _C.aL..aoS._4aMr_-.___. Medical Corps. 

\ :^y ;, . , . (Grade) 
• I acknowledge receipt of copy of this rcport this date. _-i_™l__{l_"f_-__'___ _ __ __ ___ 

The above-named registrant was this date- ^^^^^ (Signature of inducted or rejected^ipan. Reqi^ed onfy on orFginai) "" 

*Accepted for #active military service #liiiiiLtil su i iuc and inducted into the Army of the United Stotes and sent to —)!.^.*3^9.i}^J.4k^3^xM&j,^^ 

^o . ... . . ,. A CxL II-. jc -' -^—- (Post,-c»mp,orreceptisji Center) 

'^Kt '"^ n" ttfrirt m t»«* Arrpy of the United $^ate£. 

Place ^S'J^lSJlapMi.-.tSji. _ 



Date 



MAr 24i'j^i 





•# strike out claUvSe or words not applicable. 



B(8i^n«twe of inductiug-offieer) -. 
(Typed name of inductl^ officer) (Orade and Organization)' 





FINGERPRINTS— RIGHT HAND 








1. THUMB 


2. INDEX 


3. MIDDLE 


4. RINQ 


6. LITTLE 


' ' ' \ 


^ 


(8) 








X .: ■;.. ■ 



HEADQU ARTEMIS Ali^^ SERVICE FOHGES 

ENEJiY PHISCNEII OF WAR INFORMATION BÜRiDAU 

. Offics of Th® Provost Marshai General 

Fori Georg© Go Meade^ Maryland 

(iast) ' (Firül) (laddi©) 

Amy Serial Noo c o (l : SS . T^ d ?• K • . , . c . . Branch ot Servica o A Vk . k^o'/ 



Dat© of btrth 






novo 0«9«*««r*»« «090 



EDUCATION: 



Yes 



1/ 



o o o o 



• »O o o o o 



& O 3 O 



Did you graduata from Hig^i School? 

Namt» of Kigh Sohool? 

Did you graduato from CoU^q^s? 

What yoar did you loav© High School? ol/o4i^ooo. College JaM.o 



13®ßS? Ye3oC.C.<00 NO -JOOOBO. 



Enteröd Ar/njr « « • , • c .. c «S 






99OG0O00 



7 01(4 

9 C' Q 1 

( Dai 



e) 






Ovgoooo»ftQeOQCO«t:'6«to*a«oooc<0«ce<»»o 



Commifisioned o o c o o c A.9...H ySh^. . . ! , , 7 J 

(Data) 



SO«C0OOC;ec6O»ö00C0d<»90OOO»d*«CiyOcOO 



An«y Schools« attsnded ^^IP.. J.'tf'^.fh'i .K*f*.;J,4?i^. 7. f:^/>^/.^.V j.f?^ 



o o 



Civilian occupabion (State type of ivork and number of yearfii) ' 



000 



o««*«ooriQ«o<.) 00*0000 ci><>)99.»«ee 



« • • • 9 



0*900«</099«««*»»««oo**'>»a»w«0*»*o*«j«oe 



• •••«»•••a*(,eo«o«a«*o««o*««««->ooocQeoeo 



0*0OOOQ00«»O9OOQOPO«'«*C«»0«<JO0»ae'««aa«*»9aO(>ce»09('. 00000 CO»« 



o»-uopoonoooo»ooai»a 



1 



'» 



For immediate delivery to. 
referred to in par , 




'^^ or prompt return to A, G. O., W, D, 



Symbols: DP— By direction of the President 

^^f^ — Travel directed is necessary in military Service 
WP — Will proeeed to 

TPA— Travel by officer or his dependents by privately owned automobile 
is authorized. DS for officer's travel is authorized, par 1 e 
AR 605-180, changes No. 3 ' 

AD — Active duty 
TDPFO — Temp duty pending further Orders 

PCS — Permanent change of Station 
EDCMR — Eflfective date of change on morning reports 

Special OrdersI WAR DEPARTMENT, 

^^- 203 J Washington 25, D. C, 24 August 1945. 

TAH ?,n «^ o^ !i?!^^'^ y- ^^^ °^^*^^^ ^^^ '' ^"^^"'^ ^' ^ °"«™^«^ «^ «SC and asgd to the WDQS. 
[AU 210.61 QS (22 Aug 45)] 

2. Lv of absn is granted COL EDWIN C. KELTON 03786 CE for 4 das eff 25 Aug 1945 DP COL 
KELTON is reld fr asgmt and dy at Washington, DC, on 29 Aug 1945 on which date he is reld frYurther 
AD and reverts to ret Status. At the proper time COL KELTON WP his home. PCS TDN 601-^1 
P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. * ^^ 

3. Each of the fol-named offs having been found by an ARB incapacitated for active sv on acct of disab 
incident thereto and such findings having been apd by the President the retmt of each off fr active sv on 
31 Aug 1945 under the provisions of sec 1251 RS is armounced: 

COL JOHN K. BROWN 02371 Cav. 
COL WILLIAM J. CALVERT O3109 QMC. 
(AGPO-S-210.85 (20Aug45)] 

4. DP LT COL WILLIAM C. MARTENS 0516794 AUS is detaiied as a member of QSC and asgd 
to OS w/troops. (AQ 210.61 QS (15 Aug 45)J. 

5. Lv is granted COL PHILIP CHARLES BETTENBURO (lA Cnh OiTifl.^fi Inf for 2 mos i days 
efl 24 Aug 1945. DP ofTicer is reld fr asgmt overseas and temp duty, Washington, DC, on 24 Aug^l94& 
asgd Sep Ctr, Ft Snelling, Minn, for record purposes only no travel involved connection thereto to arrive 
Unit rendezvous, St Paul, Minn, on 3 Nov 1945 revert inactive Status not by reason of physica] disability 
The AUS apmt of ofTicer will continue in force during the period of the present emergency and for 6 mos 
thereafter unless sooner terminated DP. PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-32 P 431-02. 03 07 08 A 212/60425 
EDCMR 24 Aug 1945. ' ^^^/o"*^o> 

6. LT COL FRANCIS EGAN 08179 QMC having been found by an ARB incapacitated for active sv 
on acct of disab incident thereto and such findings having been apd by the President the retmt of LT COL 
EGAN fr active sv on 31 Aug 1945 under the provisions of sec 1251 RS is announced. LT COL EGAN is- 
ret in the gr of Col under the provisions of sec 3 of the act of Congress apd 13 June 1940. He isreld fr asgmt 
to Sep Cen, Ft Logan, Colo, on 31 Aug 1945 and at the proper time WP his home. PCS TDN 601-31 
P 431-02, 03, 07, 0* A 212/60425. 

7. DP MAJ JOSEPH L. MORTHLAND 0389895 TC is detaiied in JAGD. 

8. DP MAJ ROGER W. KEMP 0324061 CWS is detaiied in AGD. 

[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



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9. DP cach of the fol-namedrofflcers is reld fr asgmt and dy indicated is asgd to Separation Center listed 
for record purposes only (no travcl involved in conncction thereto) WP to his liome shown and revert to 
inactive Status on date speeifled under RR 1-5 Demobilization not by reason of physical disability. Lv 
grantcd as shown. WD AGO Form /i3-98 auth. AUS apmts held Continus in force during present emerg 
plus6monthsunlesssoonerterminatcd DP. AUS-AC apmts termtnateon EDCMR date. PCS. TDN. 
TPA. 601-32 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08, A 212/60425. All dates 1945 unle?s otherwise indicated. 



Name and EDCMR 


Reld fr— 


Lv and eff date 


Home and eff date 
relAD 


Separation 
Center 


MAJ GILMORE N. 


öOlst AAF Base 


1 mo and 22 days 


Lexington, Ky, eff 


Cp Atterbury, 


NUNN 0918151 AC 24 


Unit Hq ATC, 


efl 24 Aug. 


19 Oct. 


Ind. 


Aug. 


Washington, 
DC. 








MAJ ELMER B. HÜLL 


ASFOCT,Wash. 


2 months and 13 


Atlanta, Ga, efl 9 


Ft McPherson, 


0920018 TC 24 Aug. 


ington, DC. 


days efl 24 Aug. 


Nov. 


Ga. 


MAJ EDWARD A. BRA- 


Hq AAF AC/AS- 


2 rfonths and 13 


Laconia, NH,efl8 


Ft Devens, 


ZIL 0908295 AC 24 Aug. 


1, Washington, 
DC. 
ÖOlst AAF Base 


days efl 24 Aug. 


Nov. 


Mass. 


MAJ (2D LT) FRANK J. 


2 months and 28 


Trenton, NJ, efl 


Ft Dix, NJ. 


WETZEL 0402830 AC 


Unit Hq ATC, 


days efl 24 Aug. 


22 Nov. 




24 Aug. 


Washington, 
DC. 








MAJ GORDON G.FUL- 


Hq Continental 


2 months and 9 


Winthrop, Mass, 


Ft Devens, 


LERTON 0907835 AC 


Air Force, Boll- 


days eff 24 Aug. 


efl 4 Nov. 


Mass. 


24 Aug. 


ing Fld, DC. 








IST LT HOWARD B. 


Hq Continental 


IS days efl 24 Aug.. 


Syracuse, NY, efl 


Ft Dix, NJ. 


GUNDY 0587202 AC 24 


Air Force, Boll- 




12 Sept. 




Aug. 


ing Fld, DC. 








MAJ (2D LT) JAMES R. 


Hq Continental 


3 months and 10 


Little Rock, Ark, 


Cp Chaffee, 


BRITT 0343390 AC 24 


Air Force, Boll- 


days efl 24 Aug. 


efl 9 Dec. 


Ark. 


Aug. 


ing Fld, DC. 








MAJ RUSSELL W. LEE 


502d AAF Base 


1 mo and 11 days 


Dallas, Tex, eff 12 


Ft Sam Hous- 


0922731 AC 24 Aug. 


Unit Hq ATC, 
Washington, 
DC. 


efl 24 Aug. 


Oct. 


ton, Tex. 


WOTO JOTTV w T,Ar>r) 


■ • 1 


1 TTiri ^_r>r\ 11 dSJ'S 


Tulsa Oklci eff 


Cp Chaffce, 


W 2 125378 USA 24 Aug. 


Air Force, Bol- 
ling Fld, DC. 


eff 24 Aug. ' 


12 Oct. 


Ark. 


CAPT (2D LT) ALTO F. 


do. -.- 


2 mos eff 24 Aug 


Superior, Wis, eff 
29 Oct. 


Cp McCoy, 
Wis. 


DOLAN 0724601 AC 24 






Aug. 










COL JOHN A. SAR- 


DP reld fr detail 


2 mos and 6 days 


Hubbard, Ohio, 


Cp Atterbury, 


GENT 0910384 GSC 


in GSC fr asgmt 


eff 24 Aug. 


eff 2 Nov. 


Ind. 


(AUS) 24 Aug. 


to GS w/troop 
and fr Produc- 
tion Div ASF, 
Washington, 
DC. 








IST LT RODNEY P. 


Hq CAF Bolling 


21 days eff 24 Aug.. 


Sayre, Pa, efl 15 


Indiantown 


EIKE 0582727 AC 24 


Fld, Washing- 




Sept. 


Gap, Pa. 


Aug. 


ton, DC. 








MAJ ARTHUR J. LAR- 


do.. 


3 mos and 2 davs 


St. Paul. Minn. 


Cp McCoy, 
Wis. 


SEN 0916667 AC 24 Aug. 




^^ ^ — - »J' »v* ^^^..^ v^ ^m ^i« ^^ J 

eff 24 Aug. 


eff 30 Nov. 


MAJ (IST LT) ARTHUR 


Hq Continental 


2 mos and 14 days 


Irvington- on- the- 


Ft Dix, NJ. 


T. CONNICK 0436629 


AF, Bolling 


eff 24 Aug. 


Hudson,NY,eff 




AC 24 Aug. 


Fld, DC. 




18 Nov. 





tS. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



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I 



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10. The following changes in asgmts and duties are directed. WP. TDN. TPA. PCS. 601-31 P 
431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. All dates are 1945 unless otherwise indicated. 



Name 



CAPT ALLEN O. ADAMS 

01031696 Cav. 
IST LT HUMBERT ALESSI 

01046341 CAC. 



2D LT JEAN E. ALFORD 
N788665 ANC. 

2D LT EUNICE M. AXTELL 

R2352 Dietitian. 
IST LT JAY M. BAY 01541436 

MAC. 

COL ROBERT L. BACON 
08657 Inf. 



CAPT JOHN W. BARNES 
024663 CE. 

CH (CAPT) ERNEST D. 

BATEMAN 0503908 USA. 
IST LT CATHERINE P. BER- 

WEGER N737260 ANC. 



(JAPT GUY ü,. 
0473441 CMP. 



liAKi.NÜ.0 



CAPT WILLIAM BRAUN- 
STEIN 0489726 MC. 



IST LT HAROLD L. BROOKS 
01637470 Sig C. 



•COL MALCOLM BYRNE 
O6390 Cav. 



•CAPT EMILEO T. CARUSO 
01290203 Inf. 



EDCMR 



28 Aug 
25 Aug 



30 Aug 

4 Sept 

31 Aug 

25 Aug 



31 Aug 

30 Aug 
30 Aug 

2 6ept 



3 Sept 



31 Aug 



1 Sept 



4 Sept 



Relieved from— 



Offlce Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC. 
do.. 



Assigned to— 



Cav Repl Pool Cav RTC, 
Ft Riley, Kans. 

Ist Sv C Pers Activities at 
large, 808 Commonwealth 
Ave, Boston, Mass. Delay 
en route of 5 days is auth 
chargeable as lv. Par 1 c 
AR 605-115 requires o(riccrs 
to keep a record of lv used. 

3d Sv C, Ft Story, Va. [AQ 
210.31 ANC (23 Aug 45)J. 

9th Sv C Baxter GH, Spo- 
kane, Wash. 

Hq VII Corps, Cp San Luis 
Obispo, Calif, to report not 
later than 31 Aug. 

Hq 8th Sv C, Dallas, Tex. 
Delay cn route of 15 days 
is auth chargeable as lv. 
Par 1 c AR G05-115 requires 
oflicers to keep a record of 
leave used. 

Los Angeles Engr Dist, 751 
S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, 
Calif. 

Hq 8th Sv C, Dallas, Tex, 
for limited sv only. 

3d Sv C, Ft Story, Va. [AQ 
210.31 ANC (23 Aug 45)] 

PMG Repl Pool, Ft Öam 
Houston, Tex, w/TDY en 
route for a period of ap- 
proximately 30 days Br 
Office PMGO, 50 Broad- 
way New York, NY, in 
connection w/CMP activi- 
ties. In lieu of subs a flat 
per diem of $7.00 is auth for 
tvl and period TüY in 
accordance w/existing law 
and rcgulations. 
DP Veterans' Adm Facility, 
Bronx, NY, and atchd to 
2d Sv C for adm purposes 
only. 
(Now under obsn and treat- Det Patients ASF Regional 

ment ASF Regional Sta Sta Uosp, Ft Belvoir, Va. 

Hosp, Ft Belvoir, Va.) 

Office Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC. 
Distribution Div ASF, 

Washington, DC, w/sta 

at Fld Br Offlce Distri- 
bution Div ASF NYPE, 

Brooklyn, NY, eff o/a 

1 Sept. 
Office Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC, eff o/a 

4 Sept. 

[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



7th Sv C 128th Gen Hosp 

ASF Tng Center, Cp 

Crowder, Mo. 
MD Repl Pool Barnes GH, 

Vancouver Bks, Wash. 
MI Tng Center, Cp Rit- 

chie, Md. 

Asgmt to Inf Repl Pool 
Inf RTC, Cp Croft, SC, 
eff upon compl of TDY 
w/WDBPR OC of S, 
Washington, DC, o/a 25 
Aug. 

Det Patients Walter Reed 
OH, Washington, DC. . 

Det Patients Brooke GH, 

Ft Sam Houston, Tex. 
7th Sv C 128th Gen Hosp 

ASF Tng Center, Cp 

Crowder, Mo. 
Maniiatian Engr Dist, Oak 

Ridge, Tenn. 



8th Sv C, Cp Chaffee, Ark. 



Hq 4th Sv C, Atlanta, Ga. 



Inf RTC, Cp Croft, SC. 



* 



Namo 


EDCMR 


Relieved from— 


Assigned to— 


MAJ JOHN B. CHADWELL 


1 Sept 


Boston Engr Dist Park 


2d Sv C Northeastern Br, 


0444889 CE. 




Square Bktg, 31 St James 


US Disciplinary Bks, Pine 






Ave, Boston, Mass. 


Camp, NY. 


IST LT EDWARD J. CLIN- 


27 Aug 


Office Strategie Services, 


Sig C Repl Pool, Ft Mon- 


TON 01647245 Sig C. 




Washington, DC. 


mouth, NJ. 


IST LT ROSS L. COLLINS 


3 Sept 


FA Repl Pool FARTC, Ft 


MI Sv, Washington, DC, 


0432868 FA. 




Sill, Okla. 


to report to TAG, Rm 
1054, Munitions Bldg. 


2D LT MARY M. CONRAD 


2 Sept 


MD Repl Pool Billings 


4th Sv C Lawson OH, 


R2373 Dielitian. 




GH, Ft Benj. Harrison, 


Atlanta, Oa, for limited sv 






Ind. 


only. [AQ 210.31 (22 Aug 
45)] 


CAPT GEORGE W. COR- 


31 Aug 


MDW Vint Hill Farms, 


AMC, Washington, DC, for 


NER, JR. 0436219 MC. 




Warrenton, Va, efl upon 


limited sv only to report 






arrivalof CAPT FRANK 


to TAG, Rm 1054, Muni 






J. DeLUCA 0502934 MC, 


tions Bldg. [AG 210.31 (22 
Aug 45)] 


CAPT STUART G. CUTLER 


25 Aug 


Office Strategie Services, 


Inf RTC, Cp Croft, SC, to 


0394597 Inf. 




Washington, DC. 


report o/a 28 Sept w/TDY 








en route at Auburn, NY, 
period of 30 days purpose 
of recuperation. In lieu of 
subs a flat per dicm of $7.00 


« 






is auth for tvl from Wash- 
ington, DC, to Auburn, 
NY, and from Auburn, 
NY, to Cp Croft, SC, in 


• 






aecordance w/existing law 
and regulations. Auth is 
granted to visit such add 








places within US as de- 
sired during this period of 
TDY at no add expense to 
the Govt. 


MAJ ANN C. DEEDS N741062 


31 Aug 


7th Sv C ASF Tng Center, 


4th Sv C ASF Tng Center, 


ANC. 




Cp Crowder, Mo. 


Cp Sibert, Ala, to report 
not later than 31 Aug. 


MAJ ALBERT DELLAY 


30 Aug 


Det Patients Lovell GH, 


Hq Ist Sv C, Boston, Mass, 


0370257 AOD. 




Ft Devens, Mass, and 
from TDY Ist Sv C Pers 
Activities at Large, 808 
Commonwealth Ave, 
Boston, Mass. 


for limited sv only. 


MAJ JOHN M. DERMODY 


3 Sept 


Vet Repl Pool Kansas City 


Hq 5th Sv C, Ft Hayes, Ohio. 


0344354 VC. 




QM Dep, Kansas City, 
Mo. 
8th Sv C Brookc GH, Ft 


[AG 210.31 (6 Aug 45)] 


aD LT EMILY A. DOLENC 


3 Sept 


Sth Sv C Brooke Hosp Cen- 


R2375 Dietitian. 




Sam Houston, Tex. 


ter, Ft Sam Houston, Tex. 
[AG 210.31 (22 Aug 45)] 


IST LT PAUL A. DOLS 


25 Aug 


Office Strategie Services, 


Planning Div ASF, Wash- 


01642006 Sig C. 




Washington, DC. 


ington, DC. 


LT COL CLARENCE E. DUN- 


2 Sept 


4th Sv C, Cp Butner, NC... 


MD Repl Pool Stark GH, 


BAH 0192761 MC. 






Charleston, SC. 


CAPT JOHN A. DYKES 


27 Aug 


Offlee Strategie Services, 


9th Sv C, Cp McQuaide, 


0405063 CAC. 




Washington, DC. 


Calif. Delay en route of 7 
days is auth chargeable as 
Iv. Par 1 c AR60t)-115^e- 
quires officers to keep a 
record of Iv used. 


MAJ RICHARD G. EARLE 


30 Aug 


Now at PAE, Hamilton Fld, 


Counter Intelligence Corps 


0306106 Cav. 




Calif, having been reld 


Center, Ft George G. 






from asgmt and dy over- 


Meade, Md. 






seas. 





[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



\ 



Name 



IST LT WILLARD J. EPKE 

0584344 AC. 
MAJ GLEN O. FLY 0329140 VC. 

IST LT CHESTER J. 

HOLDEN 01715227 VC. 
CAPT LEON M. FOSTER 

01945640 TC. 

MAJ SAMUEL GARDNER 

01688080 DC. 
MAJ LEO GOODROW 0477880 

AGD. 
CAPT MARCUS GOODWIN 

0499310 MC, 



CAPT WILLIAM A. HAINES, 
jR. 0381789 VC. 

2D LT JANE B. HAYES R2376 
Dietitian. 

MAJ BERNICE M. HOARE 
N73408S ANC. 



CAPT ALFRED W. HOLDEN 
0494105 AGD. 

MAJ WILLIAM J. IIOUSE 
0290652 DC. 

2D LT MEREDITH M. 
JENCKS N754573 ANC. 

CH (IST LT) NATHANIEL S. 

JONES 0535-119 USA. 
CAPT LOUIS A. JOHNSON 

0301826 CE. 
MAJ LIVINGSTON E. JOS- 

SELYN 0374031 MC. 
MAJ NORMAN KAPLAN 

0481164 DC. 
IST LT WILLIAM J. KEAE- 

NEY 01312104 Inf. 



EDCMR 



27 Aug 
1 Sept 

1 Sept 

2 Sept 

1 Sept 

24 Aug 

1 Sept 



Relieved from- 



Assigned to — 



1 Sept 

3 Sept 

4 Sept 



30 Aug 

2 Sept 

2 Sept 

2 Sept 

30 Aug 

2 Sept 

1 Sept 

30 Aug 



Office Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC. 
Vet Repl Pool NYPE, 

Brooklyn, NY. 
do. 



5th Sv C, Cp Breckinridge, 
Ky. 

Ml) Repl Pool Tilton GH. 
Ft Dix, NJ. 

Intor-Alüed Pers Board, 
Washington, DC. 

Army Med Purchasing Of- 
fice, 52 Broadway, New 
York, N Y, w/sta at Blood 
Donor Center, 401 Fifth 
Ave, New York, NY. 

Vet Repl Pool NYPE, 
Brooklyn, NY. 

MD Repl Pool Brooke GH. 
Ft Sam Houston, Tex. 

(Now on TDY, 25191^ West 
42d St, Los Angeles, Calif.) 
Asgmt to SGO, Wash- 
ington, DC, eff lipon 
compl TDY at Los An- 
geles, Calif. 



Det Patients Walter Reed 
GH, Washington, DC. 

MD Repl Pool Billings OH, 
Ft Benj. Harrison, Ind. 

Overseas Repl Pool ASF 

Pers Repl Depot, Ft 

■Taokson. SC. 
4th Sv C, Ft McClellan, 

Ala. 
Det Patients ASF Regional 

Sta Hosp, Cp Polk, La. 
Sth Sv C Separation Center, 

Cp Atterbury, Ind. 
MD Repl Pool Tilton OH, 

Ft Dix, NJ. 
Det of Patients Cp Butner 

Hosp Center, Cp Butner, 

NC, eff upon relief from 

obsn and treatment 

thereat. 



200th AAF Base Unit, Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo. 

Hq Ist Sv C, Boston, Mass. 
[AG 210.31 (30 July 45)] 
Do. 

OCT, Washington, DC, to 
report to TAG, Rm 1054, 
Munitions Bldg. 

9th Sv C, Ci) Cooke. Calif, 
[AG 210.31 (20 Aug 45)] 

AGO, Wa.shington, DC. 

9th Sv C ASF Regional Sta 
Hosp Oakland Area Re- 
gional Hosp, Oakland, 
Calif. 

Hq 5th Sv C, Ft Hayes, 
Ohio. [AG 210.31 (6 Aug 
45)] 

Sth Sv C »rooke Hosp Cen- 
ter, Ft Sam Houston, Tex. 
[A(} 210.31 (22 Aug 45)] 

9th Sv C Birmingham GU, 
Van Nuys, Calif. In lieu 
of subs a flat per diom of 
$7.00 is auth for tvl from 
Los Angeles, Calif, to Van 
Nuys, Calif, in aecordance 
w/existing law and regula- 
tions. 

4th Sv C, Cp Van Dorn, 
Miss, for limited sv only 
for dy as Postal Off. 

9th Sv C, Cp San Luis 
Obispo, Calif. [AG 210.31 
(20 Aug 45)1 

215th AAF Base Unit, 
Pueblo AA Fld, Colo. 

Hq Second Army, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

4th Sv C, Cp Sibert, Ala, for 
limited sv only. 

Hq 6th Sv C, Chicago, 111. 
[AG 210.31 (20 Aug 45)] 

9th Sv C, Cp Cooke, Calif. 
[AG 210.31 (20 Aug 45)] 

Inf RTC, Cp Wheeler, Ga, 
for limited sv only. 



[S. 0. 203, 24 August 1945] 



{ 



Name 



CAPT BERNARD M. W. 
KNOX 0856308 AC. 



IST LT HARMON C. LEO- 
NARD 01705274 VC. 

MAJ EARL R. LENG 0445868 
Cav. 



MAJ MORRIS L. LIPTON 
0322530 MC. 



LT COL ADAM W. LOVE 
0920904 AUS. 

IST LT FRANCIS J. McDON- 
OUGH Ol648a31 Sig C. 

IST LT WILLIAM E. Mc- 
KEMIE, JR. 01004498 AGD. 



2D LT NAOMI F. MIDDLES- 
WORTH R2374 Dietitian. 



IST LT ELSIE K. MILLER 
R452 Dietitian. 



2D LT NANCY L, MEYER 
R2397 Dietitian. 



EDCMR 



25 Aug 



CAPT RAY J. MOORE 
01533640 MAC. 



1 Sept 

1 Sept 

2 Sept 

25 Aug 

25 Aug 
27 Aug 

3 Sept 

ISept 



30 Aug 



27 Aug 



Relieved frora— 



Offlee Strategie Services, 
Washington, DO, 



Vet Repl Pool Boston QM 

Depot, Boston, Mass. 
MI Sv, Washington, DC, 

and from TDY German 

Mil Document See, Cp 

Ritchie, Md. 
DP Veterans' Adm Facility, 

Mountain Home, Tenn, 

and from adm attachment 

to 4th Sv C. 
International Div ASF, 

Washington, DC, eff 25 

Aug. 
Offlee Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC. 
New York Det Army Postal 

Sv, LaOuardia Fld, NY, 

w/sta at BNPE, Boston, 

Mass, eff 27 Aug. 
MD Repl Pool Brooke GH, 

Ft Sam Houston, Tex. 



Ist Sv U Lovell UM, J?'t 
Devens, Mass. 



MD Repl Pool Barnes GH, 
Vancouver Bks, Wash, 
and fr TDY ANC Tng 
Center, Ft Lewis, Wash, 
eff upon compl present 
course of instruction, o/a 
30 Aug 45. 

(Now at 336 Oaston Ave, 
Memphis, Tenn.) Asgmt 
to MD Repl Pool Billings 
GH, Ft Benj. Harrison, 
Ind, and fr TDY, Mem- 
phis, Tenn, eff 27 Aug. 



Assigned to — 



lOOth AAF Base Unit, 
Mitchcl Fld, N Y, to report 
o/a 27 Sept w/TDY en 
route at Darien, Conn, pe- 
riod of 30 days purpose of 
recuperation. In lieu of 
subs a flat per diem of 
$7.00 is auth for tvl from 
Washington, DC, to Da- 
rien, Conn, and from 
Darien, Conn, to Mitchel 
Fld, NY, in accordance 
w/existing law and regula- 
tions. Auth is granted to 
Visit such add places within. 
US as desired during this 
period of TDY at no add 
expense to the Govt. 

Hq Ist Sv C, Boston, Mass. 
[AG 210.31 (30 July 45)] 

German Mil Document See, 
Cp Ritchie, Md. 



5th Sv C Separation Center,. 
Cp Atterbury, Ind. 



OC of S, Washington, DC, 
for dy w/Budget Div. 

Sjg C Repl Pool Holahird 
Sig Depot, B?.ltimore, Md. 

New York Det Army Postal 
Sv, LaOuardia Fld, NY. 



8th Sv C Brooke Hosp Cen- 
ter, Ft Sam Houston, Tex,. 
for limited sv only. [AG 
210.31 (22 Aug 45)] 

»th öv C AöF Regional Sta 
Hosp, Cp Joseph T. Rob- 
inson, Ark, for limited sv 
only. [AG 210.31 (22 Aug 
45)] 

7th Sv C Fitzsimons, OH, 
Denver, Colo. [AG 210,31 
ANC (22 Aug 45)] 



MD Repl Pool, Carlisle Bks, 
Pa, w/30 days TDY en 
route SGO, Washington, 
DC, in connection w/MD 
activities to report to TAG, 
Rm 1054, Munitions Bldg. 
In lieu subs a flat per diem 
of $7.00 is auth for tvl and 
period TDY in accordance 
w/existing law and regula- 
tions. 



Name 



1 



[S. O. 203. 24 August 19451 



2D LT HARVE Y P. NEWTON 
0555150 AUS. 




IST LT JOHN F. NORMAN 

01646456 Sig C. 
CAPT HOWARD J. OLSON 

01647214 Sig C. 



IST LT MALCOLME 
O'MELIA 01323728 Inf. 



EDCMR 



28 Aug 



25 Aug 
27 Aug 



27 Aug 



CAPT LORENZO ORLANDO 2 Sept 
0491843 MC. 



IST LT JAMES M. PENNY 

01724871 VC. 
IST LT JOHN S. PERRY 

0886330 AUS. 
CH (CAPT) WOODROW W. 

PHELPS 0478273 USA. 

CAPT JOHN U. PHYSIOC 
01101994 CE. 



1 Sept 

27 Aug 

1 Sept 

25 Aug 



IST LT EDWARD A. POVRA- 

ZNIK 01644677 Sig C. 
CAPT WILLIAM F. REAR- 

DON 0919703 Sig C. 



IST LT STUART A. REYN- 
OLDS 01596160 QMC. 



27 Aug 
1 Sept 



1 Sept 



Relieved from — 



PMG Repl Pool, Ft Sam 
Houston, Tex, and fr 
TDY Enemy PW Infor- 
mation Bureau PMGO, 
Ft George G. Meadc, Md, 
eff 28 Aug. 

Office Strategie Services, 
Washington, DC. 

....do 



.do- 



4th Sv C Foster GH, Jack- 
son, Miss. 



Vet Repl Pool NYPE, 

Brooklyn, NY. 
Office Strategie Services, 

W^hifigton, DC. 
Ist Sv C Cp Edwards Hosp 

Center, Cp Edwards, 

Mass. 
Office Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC. 



Assigned to— 



Office Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC. 
Sig C Repl Pool, Ft Mon- 

mouth, NJ, eff upon relief 

fr obsn and treatment 

ASF Regional Sta Hosp, 

Ft Monmouth, NJ. 
Army Ground and Sv 

Forces Redistribution Sta, 

Atlantic City, NJ, and fr 

TDY OUSW, Washing- 
ton, DC. 

j [S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



Enemy PW Information 
Bureau PMGO, Ft George 
O. Meade, Md. 



Sig C Repl Pool, Holahird 
Sig Depot, Baltimore, Md. 

Sig C Repl Pool, Ft Mon- 
mouth, NJ. Delay en 
route of 10 days is auth 
chargeable as Iv. Par 1 c 
AR 605-115 requires offl- 
cers to keep a record of Iv 
used. 

Counter Intelligence Corps 
Center, Ft George Q. 
Meade, Md. 

DP Veterans' Adra Facil- 
ity, Bay Pines, Fla, and 
atchd to 4th Sv C for adm 
purposes only. 

Hq Ist Sv C, Boston, Mass. 
[AG 210.31 (30 July 45)] 

6th Sv C PW Cp, Ft Sheri- 
dan, 111. 

Hq 8th Sv C, Dallas, Tex. 



Engr Repl Pool ASF Tng 
Center, Ft Belvoir, Va, to 
report o/a 28 Sept w/TDY 
en route at Stamford, 
Conn, period of 30 days 
purpose of recuperation. 
In lieu of subs a flat per 
diem of $7.00 is auth for 
tvl fr Washington, DC, to 
Stamford, Conn, and fr 
Stamford, Cotin, to Ft Bol- 
voir, Va, in accordance 
w/pyist,in? law and rosrula- 
tions. Auth is granted to 
Visit such add placos with- 
in the US as desired during 
this period of TDY at no 
add expense to the Govt. 

Sig C Repl Pool, Ft Mon- 
mouth, NJ. 

592d AAF Base Unit, Ft Dix 
AAB, NJ, for hmited sv 
only. 



DP detailed in AGD AGO, 
Washington, DC. 



6 



Name 



CAPT BERNARD M. W. 
KNOX 0856308 AC. 



EDCMR 



25 Aug 



IST LT HARMON C. LEO- 
NARD 01705274 VC. 

MAJ EARL R. LENO 0445868 
Cav. 



MAJ MORRIS L. LIPTON 
0322530 MC. 



LT COL ADAM W. LOVE 
0920904 AUS. 

IST LT FRANCIS J. McDON- 
OUGH 0l648a31 Sig C. 

IST LT WILLIAM E. Mc- 
KEMIE, JR. 01004498 AGD. 



2D LT NAOMI F. MIDDLES- 
WORTH R2374 Dictitian. 



IST LT ELSIE K. MILLER 
ii4o;(j L>ietitian. 



2D LT NANCY L. MEYER 
R23Ü7 Dietitian. 



CAPT RAY J. MOORE 
01533640 MAC, 



1 Sept 

1 Sept 

2 Sept 

25 Aug 

25 Aug 
27Ang 

3 Sept 
ISept 



30 Aug 



27 Aug 



Relieved from — 



Office Strategie Services, 
Washington, DC. 



Vet Repl Pool Boston QM 

Depot, Boston, Mass. 
MI Sv, Washington, DC, 

and from TDY Oerman 

Mil Document See, Cp 

Ritchie, Md. 
DP Veterans' Adm Facility, 

Mountain Home, Tenn, 

and from adm attachment 

to4thSv C. 
International Div ASF, 

Washington, DC, eflf 25 

Aug. 
Office Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC. 
New York Det Army Postal 

Sv, LaGuardia Fld, NY, 

w/sta at BNPE, Boston, 

Mass, eff 27 Aug. 
MD Repl Pool Brooke GH, 

Ft Sam Houston, Tex. 



Ist Sv C Lovell QH, Ft 
Devens, Mass. 



MD Repl Pool Barnes GH, 
Vancouver Bks, Wash, 
and fr TDY ANC Tng 
Center, Ft Lewis, Wash, 
eff upon compl present 
course of Instruction, o/a 
30 Aug 45. 

(Now at 336 Gaston Ave, 
Memphis, Tenu.) Asgmt 
to MD Repl Pool Billings 
GH, Ft Benj. Harrison, 
Ind, and fr TDY, Mem- 
phis, Tenn, eff 27 Aug. 



Assigned to— 



lOOth AAP Base Unit, 
Mitchcl Fld, NY, to report 
o/a 27 Sept w/TDY en 
reute at Darien, Conn, pe- 
riod of 30 days purpose of 
recuperation. In Heu of 
subs a flat per diem of 
$7.00 is auth for tvl from 
Washington, DC, to Da- 
rien, Conn, and from 
Darien, Conn, to Mitchel 
Fld, NY, in accordanc© 
w/existing law and regula- 
tions. Auth is grantcd to 
Visit such add places within 
US as desired during this 
period of TDY at no add 
expense to the Qovt. 

Hq Ist Sv C, Boston, Mass. 
[AG 210.31 (30 July 45)] 

Oerman Mil Document See, 
Cp Ritchie, Md. 



5th Sv C Separation Center^ 
Cp Atterbury, Ind. 



OC of S, Washington, DC, 
for dy w/Budget Div. 

Sig C Repl Pool Holabird 
Sig Depot, Bfiltimore, Md. 

New York Det Army Postal 
Sv, LaGuardia Fld, NY. 



8th Sv C Brooke Hosp Cen- 
ter, Ft Sam Houston, Tex,. 
for limited sv only. [AQ 
210.31 (22 Aug 45)] 

8th Sv C ASF Regional Sta 
Hosp, Cp Joseph T. Rob- 
inson, Ark, for limited sv 
only. [AQ 210.31 (22 Aug 
45)] 

7th Sv C Fitzsimons, GH, 
Denver, Colo. [AG 210.31 
ANC (22 Aug 45)] 



MD Repl Pool, Carlisle Bks, 
Pa, w/30 days TDY en 
route SGO, Washington, 
DC, in connection w/MD 
activities to report to TAG, 
Rm 1054, Munitions Bldg. 
In lieu subs a flat per diem 
of $7.00 is auth for tvl and 
period TDY in accordance 
w/existing law and regula- 
tions. 



[S. O. 203. 24 August 19451 



f 



Name 



2D LT HARVE Y P. NEWTON 
0555150 AUS. 




IST LT JOHN F. NORMAN 

01646456 Sig C. 
CAPT HOWARD J. OLSON 

01647214 Sig C. 



IST LT M ALC OLMB . 
O'MELIA 01323728 Inf. 

CAPT LORENZO ORLANDO 
0491843 MC. 



IST LT JAMES M. PENNY 

01724871 VC. 
IST LT JOHN S. PERRY 

0886330 AUS. 
CH (CAPT) WOODROW W. 

PHELPS 0478273 USA. 



EDCMR 



28 Aug 



25 Aug 
27 Aug 



27 Aug 
2 Sept 

1 Sept 

27 Aug 

1 Sept 



CAPT JOHN U. PHYSIOC 25 Aug 
01101994 CE. 



IST LT EDWARD A. POVRA- 

ZNIK 01644677 Sig C. 
CAPT WILLIAM F. REAR- 

DON 0919703 Sig C. 



IST LT STUART A. REYN- 
OLDS 01596160 QMC. 



27 Aug 
1 Sept 



1 Sept 



Relieved from — 



PMG Repl Pool, Ft Sam 
Houston, Tex, and fr 
TDY Eneray PW Infor- 
mation Bureau PMGO, 
Ft George O. Meadc, Md, 
eff 28 Aug. 

Office Strategie Services, 
Washington, DC. 

....do 



do. 



4th Sv C Fo.ster GH, Jack- 
son, Miss. 



Vet Repl Pool NYPE, 

Brooklyn, NY. 
Office Strategie Services, 

W^hiögton, DC. 
Ist Sv C Cp Edwards Hosp 

Center, Cp Edwards, 

Mass. 
Offlee Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC. 



Office Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC. 
Sig C Repl Pool, Ft Mon- 

mouth, NJ, eff upon relief 

fr obsn and treatment 

ASF Regional Sta Hosp, 

Ft Monmouth, NJ. 
Army Ground and Sv 

Forces Redistribution Sta, 

Atlantic City, NJ, and fr 

TDY OUSW, Washing- 
ton, DC. 

[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



Assigned to — 



Enemy PW Information 
Bureau PMGO, Ft George 
G. Meade, Md. 



Sig C Repl Pool, Holabird 
Sig Depot, Baltimore, Md. 

Sig C Repl Pool, Ft Mon- 
mouth, NJ. Delay en 
route of 10 days is auth 
chargeable as Iv. Par 1 c 
AR 605-115 requires offl- 
cers to keep a record of Iv 
used. 

Counter Intelligence Corps 
Center, Ft George Q. 
Meade, Md. 

DP Veterans' Adm Facil- 
ity, Bay Pines, Fla, and 
atchd to 4th Sv C for adm 
purposes only. 

Hq Ist Sv C, Boston, Mass. 
[AG 210.31 (30 July 45)] 

6th Sv C PW Cp, Ft Sheri- 
dan, 111. 

Hq 8th Sv C, Dallas, Tex. 



Engr Repl Pool ASF Tng 
Center, Ft Belvoir, Va, to 
report o/a 28 Sept w/TDY 
en route at Stamford, 
Conn, period of 30 days 
purpose of recuperation. 
In liou of subs a flat per 
diom of $7.00 is auth for 
tvl fr Washington, DC, to 
Stamford, Conn, and fr 
Stamford, Conn, to Ft Bel- 
voir, Va, in accordance 
w/existing law and rogula- 
tions. Auth is granted to 
Visit such add places with- 
in the US as desired during 
this period of TDY at no 
add expense to the Govt. 

Sig C Repl Pool, Ft Mon- 
mouth, NJ. 

592d AAP Base Unit, Ft Dix 
AAB, NJ, for limited sv 
only. 



DP detailed in AGD AOO, 
Washington, DC. 



8 



Name 



MAJ GROVER C. RICE 
0130059 MC. 



MAJ ANDREW RITAN 

0474135 MC. 
MAJ STEPHEN O. ROSS- 
ETTI 01295088 Inf. 



EDCMR 



3 Sept 



2 Sept 
25 Aug 



CAPT FRANKLIN W. 
ROUSH, JR. 0473380 MC. 

CAPT JACK A. ROYSTER 

0375814 Inf. 
IST LT BEN RUBIN 02048765 

MAC. 
CAPT ANDREW J. RUSKA 

0398483 Sig C. 



2 Sept 

30 Aug 
27 Aug 
27 Aug 



IST LT CARLOS O. SCHOEN- 
RICH 01000283 AGD. 



MAJ JULES H. SCHWARTZ 
0371924 DC. 



30 Aug 



1 Sept 



Relieved from — 



(Now under obsn and treat- 
ment ASF Regional Sta 
Hosp, Ft Leonard Wood, 
Mo.) DP Veterans' Adm 
Facility, JefTerson Bks, 
Mo, and fr adm attach- 
ment to 7th Sv C. 

MI) Repl Pool Lawson 
OH, Atlanta, Ga. 

Office Strategie Services, 
Washington, DC. 



MD Repl Pool Lawson GH, 
Atlanta, Ga. 

4th Sv C Northington GH, 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
MD Repl Pool Tilton GH, 

Ft Dix, NJ, eff o/a 27 Aug. 
Office Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC. 



Ist Sv C Boston Rctg and 
Indctn Dist, Ft Banks, 
Mass, eff 30 Aug. 



MD Repl Pool Tilton OH, 
Ft Dix, NJ. 



Assigned to— 



Det Patients ASF Regional 
Sta Hosp, Ft Leonard 
Wood, Mo. 



8th Sv C, Cp ChafTee, Ark. 

[AG 210.31 (22 Aug 45)] 
Inf RTC, Ft McClellan, 
Ala, to report o/a 26 Sept 
w/T D Y en route at C harles- 
town, Mass, a period of 30 
days purpose of recupera- 
tion. In lieu of subs a fiat 
per diem of $7.00 is auth for 
tvl fr Washington, DC, to 
Charlestown, Mass, and fr 
Charlestown, Mass, to Ft 
McClellan, Ala, in accord- 
ance w/existing law and 
regulations. Auth is 
granted to visit such add 
plaa^s within US as desired 
during this period of TDY 
at no add expcnse to the 
Oovt. 

CHPE, Charleston, SC, for 
limited sv only. [AG 
210.31 (22 Aug 45)] 

Hq 9th Sv C, Ft Douglas, 
Utah, for limited sv only. 

Hq 3d Sv C, Baltimore, Md. 

OC SigO, Washington, DC, 
to report o/a 28 Sept 
w/TDY en route at Wood- 
bridge, NJ, period of 30 
days purpose of recupcra- 
tion. In lieu of subs a flat 
per diem of $7.00 is auth for 
tvl from Washington, DC, 
to Woodbridge, NJ, and 
from Woodbridge, NJ, to 
Washington, DC, in 
accordance w/existing law 
and regulations. Auth is 
granted to visit such add 
places within the US as de- 
sired during this period of 
TDY at no add expense to 
the Govt. 

AOO, Washington, DC, 
w/sta at Pers Research See 
AGO, 270 Madison Ave, 
New York, N Y, for limited 
sv only. 

9th Sv C, Cp San Luis 
Obispo, Calif for limited 
sv only. [AG 210.31 (20 
Aug 45)] 



tS. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



» 



Name 



CAPT JAMES O. SHEA 

01014656 Inf (Armd). 
IST LT QUAYLE B. SMITH 

01647280 Sig C. 
2D LT JOHN A, SPROUL 

0872373 AC. 
IST LT HANS F. STEIN 

0928494 MC. 



LT COL LEON M. STERN 
0117758 DC. 

COL HAROLD P. STEWART 
O9780 IGD. 



LT COL COYL B, THOMAS 
0257950 DC. 

2D LT HELEN M. TRACY 

R2380 Dietitian. 
IST LT WALTER N. TRE- 
NERRY, jR. 01798964 CMP. 

2D LT MARY A. TOPE R2372 
Dietitian. 



IST LT WILLIAM f. WAG- 
NER 0464943 MC. 



LT COL JAMES A. WEIN- 
BERG 0195066 MC. 

CAPT THOMAS F. WALSH 
01647777 Sig C. 



IST LT ELDRED M. WIN- 
TER 0401719 FA. 



CAPT FRANKLIN H. WOLF 
0910633 AUS. 



IST LT ROBERT W. ZENS 
01648257 Sig C. 



EDCMR 


28 Aug 


27 Aug 


1 Sept 


31 Aug 


4 Sept 



Relieved from— 



29 Aug 



4 Sept 

4 Sept 
21 Sept 

3 Sept 

31 Aug 

30 Aug 
1 Sept 

30 Aug 



25 Aug 



27 Aug 



Office, Strategie Services, 

Washington, DC. 
do 



MI Tng Center, Cp Ritchie, 
Md. 

DP Veterans' Adm Facil- 
ity, Legion, Tex, and from 
adm attachment to 8th 
Sv C o/a 31 Aug. 

MD Repl Pool Hoff GH, 
Santa Barbara, Ct.lif, 

OIG OC of S, Washini-ton, 
DC, eff upon expiration 
present Iv at 744 W Beach 
Blvd, Pass Christian, 
Miss, o/a 29 Aug. 

9th Sv C lllth Gen Hosp 
ASF Tng Center, Ft 
Lewis, Wash. 

MD Repl Pool Hoff GH, 
Santa Barbara, Calif. 

Office Strategie Services, 
Washington, DC. 

MD Repl Pool Brooke GH, 
Ft Sam Houston, Tex. 



DP Veterans' Adm Facility, 
Castle Point, NY, and 
from adm attachment 2d 
Sv C eff o/a 31 Aug. 

Det Patients Madigan Hosp 
Center, Tacoma, Wash. 

Sig C Stock Numbering 
Agency, 261 N. Broad St, 
Philadelphia, Pa. eff o/a 
1 Sept. 

Det Patients AAF Regional 
Sta Hosp, Sheppard Fld, 
Tex, eff upon relief from 
obsn and treatment there- 
at. 

Sp Services Repl Pool, Cp 
Lee, Va, and from TDY 
Sp Services Div ASF, 25 
W 43d St, New York, N Y. 

Offlee Strategie Services, 
Washington, DC. 



Assigned to— 



Hq Armd Center, Ft Knox, 

Ky. 

Sig C Repl I'ool, Ft Mon- 
mouth, NJ. 

78th AAF Base Unit, Shep- 
pard Fld, Tex. 

DP W'terans' Adm Facility, 
Tucson, Ariz, and atchd 
to 9th Sv C for adm pur- 
poses only. 

9th Sv C, Cp San Luis 
Obispo, Calif. (AG 210.31 
(20 Aug 45)] 

IG Repl Pool Hq 4th Sv C. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Hq 9th Sv C, Ft Douglas,- 
Utah. 

9th Sv C Hammond QH, 

Modesto, Calif. 
Seh of Mil Govt, Charlottes- 

ville, Va, to report o/a 21 

Sept as stu. 
8th Sv C Brooke Hosp 

Center, Ft Sam Houston, 

Tex. [AG 210.31 (22 Aug 

45)1 
DP Veterans' Adm Facility, 

Tucson, Ariz, atchd to 9th 

Sv C for adm purposes 

only. 
MD Repl Pool Madigan 

GH, Tacoma, Wash, for 

limited sv only. 
Reqmts and Stock Control 

Div ASF, Washington, 

DC. to report to TAG, 

Rm 1054, Munitions Bldg. 
FA Repl Pool FARTC, Ft 

Bragg, NC, for limited sv 

only. 



Sp Services Div ASF, 25"W 
43d St, New York, Ny" 



Sig C Repl Pool,^Ft'Mon- 
mouth, NJ. 



11. Announcement is made of the temp promotion of the following-named officers to the grades indicated 
in the AUS with rank fr date of this order: 

LT COL TO COL ^ 

FREDERICK OTTO HARTEL 019254 OSO 



JOHN EDGAR BEIER 021935 FA 
657101 — 45 2 



MAJ TO LT COL 

LYLE EVERETT PETERSON O22033 GSC 
IS. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



10 



IST LT TO CAPT 

GEORGE ARTHUR AUSTIN, Jr. O25420 CK 
Pars 12 and 13 not used. 

14. Announooinent is made of the pro of CH (LT COL) W. ROY BRADLEY 011752 USA (temp 
Col) to tho gr of Col RA with rank fr 24 Aug 1945. 

15. Announconient is made of the terap promotion of the following-named oflTicers to the grade indl- 
cated in the AUS with rank fr date of this Order; 

LT COL TO COL 
HORACE CHAPMAN ROSE 0251031 OSO 

MAJ TO LT COL 



MICHAEL JOSEPH BARRY O1284810 Inf 
MELVIN ST. JOHN BLITCH, Jr. 03155()8 Inf 
JAMES STEPHEN CLIFFORD, Jr. 0918496 

JAGD 
nAWTHORNE DAVIS 0215127 Inf 



DANIEL THOMAS FOLEY 0464179 AC 
JAMES LEAR GRIMMER 0430887 AC 
DAVID HOLLIS SMITII 0394229 Inf 
DAVIDSON SOMMERS 0915.506 AC 



CAPT TO MAJ 



FLOYD HERMAN BRAGG O1000322 AC 
LOUIS CHIOCCOLA 0321410 CE 
BERN ARD HENRY DANIEL 0280581 CWS 
GEORGE HARRISON EIGNER 0155371 OD 
PHILIP COUöENS LEAHY 0919255 CE 

IST LT 
MARTIN ALDER AHLVIN 0860905 AC 
AUGUST JOHN ALBERS 01895659 AUS 
HAROLD SEYMOUR ALTEROWITZ 01844807 

AUS 
ROBERT GORDON ARCHER 01995197 AUS 
EMMETT PERSHING ARMONTROUT 

Oir)41535 AC 
EDWARD PERRY AVERY 0311667 Sig C 
JAMES MELVIN BAILIE 0922098 AUS 
STEPHEN BARNETT 01281091 FD 
ROBERT AUBREY BARR 01894390 AUS 
WILLIAM ALEXANDER BARR 0911455 QMC 
ERNEST JARRATT BEANLAND 01585Ü23 

QMC 
ISABEL MAY BECKER L400605 WAC 
WILLIAM JOSEPH BERRIDOE 0184.';3.'^Q 

AUS 
SIDNEY MAYNARD BESEROSKY 01544233 

MAC 
ROBERT MAURICE BLOCK 01845389 AUS 
HENRY GEORGE BOLL 01030217 Cav 
JOHN EDWARD BOYLE 01895122 AUS 
CATHERINE C. BRANN L204174 WAC 
JOHN HENRY BRAUBACH 0406249 OD 
CHARLES GRINOLD BRUNELL 01796040 

CMP 
VICTOR IVAN CARTWRIGHT 01894990 AUS 
ROYAL SAMUEL CHAMBERS 01895114 AUS 
THOMAS CASSIN CLARK 01995415 AUS 
WALTER COHEN 0571302 AC 
EDWARD EDMUND GOING 01895591 AUS 
RALPH ARCHIBALD COLE 01894724 AUS 
HUBERT WILSON CORBITT 01647490 AC 
EARL FLEMING CRAWFORD 0270377 Inf 
JOHN CHASE CRIMEN 01544372 MAC 
WALTER CASWELL CROW 01994409 TC 
GEORGE MILLER CURTIS 01995072 QMC 
HUBERT BOSTWICK DATES 0515121 MAC 
EARLJdEAN DAVIS O1100943 CE 

[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



EMIL EDMUND NARICK 0794568 AC 
FRANK JOHN OCCHIPINTI 0384208 AC 
FRANK HICKS REYNOLDS 01111858 CE 
WILBUR CURRIER RICE 0367717 AC 

TO CAPT 

HENLEY HARDEMAN DAVIS 0271214 AUS 
WALLACE BURKHEAD DAVIS, Jb. 0821233 
AC 

GEORGE JOHN DEGENFELDER 0663132 AO 
MICHAEL DeROSA 01552265 OD 
RALPH REED DICKINSON 01548731 OD 
FRED GRAY DICKSON 0500285 Inf 
RICHARD WILLIAM DORNER O1995404 AUS 
JOHN REICHERT DREYER O1845706 AUS 
CHAPMAN D'UTASSY 01633822 Sig C 
GEORGE ROOP ECKELS O1041755 CAC 
GERALD BURTON ECKERSON O1301458 Inf 
FRANKLYN HEYDECKE EDGE 01894886 

AUS 
WILLIAM ELISOU O2056269 Sig C 

TAMFS rORNTFT TTTG T?! ATC< t\t r\oenrnn t rr 

CARL THEODORE ENGSTROM O1309536 Inf 
WALLACE GEORGE ERNST 0246442 CMP 
EDWARD FOSTER ESKEW 0287798 CMP 
DAVID FEINSTEIN 01846281 AUS 
WILLIAM ROBERT FICKESSEN, Jr. 01280741 
FD 

RAYMOND EDWARD FLEMING 01797276 
CMP 

GORDON FOGG 02052187 JAGD 

JOHN WARD FOSTER 01280853 FD 

THOMAS JACOB FREDERICK 0290471 Inf 

WILLIAM DANIEL FORSCHLER 01845715 

AUS 
RUSSELL ELLIS FOX 01894473 FD 
ROSS ROGER GAHRING 0441077 Cav 
ROBERT SHELDEN GILBERT 01032623 Cav 
ALBERT RANSOM GIRLINGHOUSE 0489685 

AUS 

BERTRAM FRANCIS GERBER 01298383 Inf 
ROBERT FLOYD GOOCH 01845720 AUS 
BAYARD VICTOR ORANT 01642913 AC 
WILLIAM JACKSON HAMMACK 01581768 
QMC 






11 



IST LT TO CAPT — continued 



CARLTON ROSS HALE 01844828 AUS 
JOHN BEDFORD HANKINS 0372519 Inf 
JULIEN CHRISTIAN HEADLEY 01001802 

AGD 
THOMAS GEORGE HEINRICH 01576107 OD 
JOHN WILLIAM HILL 01114165 AC 
JOHN WILLIAMS HILTON 0402275 AC 
ANNA JANE HOLBI^OOK L501174 WAC 
THEODORE FREDERICK HUENE 01110015 

CE 
JAMES ALBERT HUMPHREY 01004340 AC 
CLIFFORD MALCOLM HYATT 01895739 

AUS 
HENRY CLIFFORD JOHNSTONS 01590575 

QMC 
GUSTAVE KAPLAN 0446449 Inf 
EDGAR S. KEEFE 01845000 AUS 
JOSEPH SUTTON KENDALL 01845452 AUS 
EMORY JOSEPH KIESS 01176688 FA 
JOHN WILFRED KILBRIDE 01895108 AUS 
BRUCE ALBERT KING 01845745 FD 
MARY JANE KOREN L603229 WAC 
JACK CHASE KRAUSE 0587286 AC 
JACK DONALD LANG 01555084 AC 
AUGUST ALBERT LENERT, Jr. 0520937 AO 
NORMAN JACK LEVIN 01543402 MAC 
MILTON MYRON LIFLAND 01308974 Inf 
EDWARD LONG 01945864 TC 
ROBERT ALFRED LUTHI 0434224 FA 
WILLIAM TURMAN McCHESNEY 01585851 

QMC 
ALEXANDER MONROE McCOMMAS, Jr. 

01112303 CE 
CHARLES BERNARD McKENNA 01796825 

CMP 
WILLIAM ALVIN MCKENZIE 01280475 FD 
HENRY WILSON McNALLEY O1309787 Inf 
ALLISON JORDAN McNAY 0924479 AO 
ERNEST EDWARD MARSHALL 01280924 FD 
JAMES HERBERT MATTHEWS 0920251 OD 
ROBERT EVANS MAXWELL 01845627 AUS 
ROBERT WOODS MONTAGUE 01895099 AUS 
ROBERT FRANCIS MYERS 01845322 AUS 
ALBERT MILES NEGLEY 01309303 Inf 
BERNARD NOODLMAN 0483704 QMC 
DONALD ALEXANDER NORTON 0734822 AC 
OROTHANN HENRY OERTLINQ 0584013 AC 
HENRY JOHN OLK, Jr. 01845325 AUS 
WILLIAM ANTHONY O'LOUGHLIN 01001424 

AGD 
LOUIS OPPENHEIM 01302182 Inf 
WILLIAM PARASINE 01314052 Inf 
THOMAS CROUSE PARSONS 01846209 TC 
ANDREW HOLUNGSWORTH PEYTON 

0271281 Inf 



WILLIAM GRISWOLD PHELPS 0575894 AC 
WILLIAM ANTHONY PHOENIX O1Ü94504 

AGD 
HENRY CLAY POWELL 01582058 QMC 
JOSEPH EUGENE POWELL 01109598 CE 
JOHN RAY REAVES 01284575 Inf 
THOMAS ARTHUR REEVES, Jr. 01844418 

AUS 
STANLEY BERTRAM REINIIERZ 01894717 

AUS 
ERWIN MONRAY RICE 01280542 FD 
JOHN ROTHSCHILD, jR. 01845781 AUS 
VERNON HAROLD ROWE 0307915 CMP 
IRVING ALLAN SACK 0489920 QMC 
ARTHUR WILLIAM SCHMIDT 02034467 QMO 
GEORGE LEE SELLERS, Jr. 0500363 AUS 
WILLIAM GEORGE SHARP 01796708 CMP 
DORCAS SHELDON L906132 WAC 
GEORGE WILLIAM SIBBALD 01644779 AC 
HARRIMAN NEILSON SIMMONS 0272277 

CMP 
WILLIAM FRANKLIN SIMMONS 01280678 

FD 
FRANK SIMPSON 02052072 JAGD 
SIDNEY BRYANT SLOCUM 01592065 QMO 
HAROLD ELVIN SNYDER 01112456 CE 
ROBERT JOHN SODERBLOM 01894G64 AUS 
DeFOREST EVERTON STARKEY 0297736 

CE 
EDWARD JOSEPH STELLE 0570390 AC 
JOHN CHRISTY STICKSEL 0522446 AUS 
HAROLD BADQER TAYLOR 01308726 Inf 
GEORGE JOHN THAIN 01945729 TC 
JOHN MILTON PERKINS THATCHER, Jr. 

01894952 TC 
EVERETT ELDON TOMLINSON, Jr. 01796549 

CMP 
WALTER PETER THOMSEN 01591477 QMO 
JOSEPH TENUTA 0397287 Cav 
FEROL BRUCE VERNON 01994712 AUS 
GEORGE JOSEPH VOLZ 01845361 AUS 
ALTON WALRATH, Ju. 01283880 Inf 
VICKERS BOOTON WATTS 01894704 AUS 
MORRIS WELLER 01300560 JAGD 
STEWART WICKLIN 0579651 AC 
C. B. WILLIAMS, Jr. 0365207 Cav 
FRED WITTA, Jr. 0404280 CMP 
PAUL FRED WOHLGEMUTH 01796557 CMP 
ALBERT EMMETT WOLL 01947377 TC 
GEORGE WICKERSHAM YOUNG 01895466 

AUS 
RICHARD MELVIN YOUNG 01796461 CMP 



2D LT TO IST LT 



PAUL ABRAHAMSON O1799091 CMP 
NORMAN WESLEY ACHEN 0756430 AC 
GEORGE HENRY ALBRINK 01328213 Inf 
JAMES HALL ANDERSON 0710023 AC 
IGOR S. ARNOLD 02026974 AUS 
ROBERT JOSEPH ASSELIN 0542001 CAC 
JOSEPH LYNN AYLSWORTH, Jr. 0716616 AC 
RUSSELL JAMES BAILEY 0759553 AC 



LEONARD FREDERICK BAMBURO 0749808 

AC 
LEONARD KERMIT BENSON 0709753 AC 
DEEMI KARL BENWAY 0546336 AC 
NORMAN BERKE 01328963 Inf 
PETER WIER BETHEA 0706340 AC 
JOHN ANTHONY BIRES 01329913 Inf 
FRANCIS LOUIS BLANC 0711114 AC 

[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



12 



2D LT TO IST 

JACK WARREN BOONE 01330777 Inf 
LAWRENCE PHILIP HOWERS 0807972 AC 
CECIL LYON nOYD O1327089 Inf 
BERNARD FRANK BRACHER 01330707 Inf 
LINCOLN HENRY BRAUDE 0758527 AC 
DONALD THEODORE BRAV 0550572 Inf 
IRWIN JOHN BRODELL 01330261 Inf 
KENNET!! BRODEN 0755511 AC 
HARRY REEl) BROWN 0705491 AC 
R0BP:RT PRES8LEY BULLOCK 0710047 AC 
ERNEftT LORAINE BURGESS O13290S3 Inf 
HARRY JUl:)SON BYRER 0768436 AC 
JOHN VINCENT CARR, Jr. 0767114 AC 
FRANK CARTER. Jr. 01329801 Inf 
FORREST W^ATSON CHAFIN O133I016 Inf 
ROBER PERRY CHILDERS 01328229 Inf 
HENRY CLEMENT CLARK 01329923 Inf 
FORREST B. CLAXTON, Jr. O774031 AC 
JACOB COHEN 0798753 AC 
JOHN BUNYAN COLEMAN 0674470 AC 
JOHN JOSEPH COMAN 01329805 Inf 
WILLIAM ANDREW COMPTON 0708657 AC 
CLYDE McCAIN COOK 01321569 Inf 
WARREN STANLEY COOPER 0717390 AC 
GEORGE EDWARD COPELAND 0709121 AC 
ROBERT LEE CURRY 0767137 AC 
NORMAN RAY DALE 0711145 AC 
WILLIAM BEDFORD DAVIS, Jr. 01327426 Inf 
DELMAR DUANE DeVOSS 0709522 AC 
JOHN MELVIN DEKKER O1329100 Inf 
EVERETT EUGENE DODGE 01330798 Inf 
FRANK JOHN DONNELLY 01063141 Inf 
FERDINAND BENJAMIN ELSTAD 01327132 

Inf 
JOHN CHARLES EPPERSON 01112138 CE 
CLIFTON BENJAMIN ESTES 0711972 AC 
GORDON DANIEL EVERETT 01326743 Inf 
WILLARD BOYNTON EVERETT, Jr. O880932 

AC 
FREDERICK HUOH FANNING 01329342 Inf 
WILLIAM BlIRK FAT^LKNER, Tr OslßS^-^ \r. 
JAMES HOWARD FISHER 0753783 AC 
ROBERT JOSEPH FLANAGAN 0713381 AC 
MARLON WARREN FOOTE 01329464 Inf 
LEO FRANK 01330299 Inf 
MARVIN FRANKEL 0768500 AC 
LORENZ OTTO FRANKFURTII 01329824 Inf 
WILLIAM GILSON FRASS 01330055 Inf 
JOHN ERNEST GAT'SMANN 0558091 Inf 
GUY WINSLOW GIBBS 0705680 AC 
ROBERT MACK GILLIM 0558263 Inf 
THOMAS ALVA GRAHAM 0766493 AC 
TRAVIS FISK GREEN 01081819 CAC 
HARVEY RALPH G REISS 01329350 Inf 
WILLIAM MARTIN OROVES 0707622 AC 
FRANK JOHN GUEST 0718294 AC 
LESTER STEPHEN HACKENBERRY 

0821698 AC 
LESTER WINFIELD HALL 0447290 AC 
ARTHUR BROWN HAMILTON 01331178 Inf 
FRANK PIERCE HANCOCK O12904I7 Inf 
HENRY CORNWALL HASTINGS 0823069 AC 
GEORGE LEROY HEANEY 0703249 AC 
VERN JEROME HENDERSHOTT 01574817 

AC 
GERARD PAUL 8T. HILAIRE 0827752 AC 

[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



LT — continued 

MILO FRANK HOLENDA 0710940 AC 
JACK MAURICE HOPKINS 0711077 AC 
WILLARD HAROLD IIOPPER 0712348 AO 
HOWARD HOUX 02036658 Inf 
W^ILLARD LESLIE IIOWE 0710945 AC 
DONOVAN EARLE HOWELL 0767244 AC 
HARRY HU DD ART 01329006 Inf 
JAMES THOMAS HULSLANDER 0770289 AO 
EVAN LeROY HULTMAN 01330731 Inf 
CHARLES JOSEPH IMHOF O710704 AC 
ARTHUR MONTAOUE JAMES 0516149 AO 
ROBERT JUSTIN JASKE 0705394 AUS 
THOMAS CARLISLE JE WELL, Jr. 0826674 AO 
CLIFFORD ROBERT JOHNSON 06.50977 AO 
PAUL HERBERT JOHNSON 0701239 AC 
WILLIAM HOWARD JONES, Jr. 0773143 AO 
WILLIAM ALBEN KAZLAUSKY 0809626 AO 
BILL LaVERNE KEENAN 0769465 AC 
WALTER KELLER 0716166 AC 
ROBERT TIMOTHY KENWORTHY 0585052 

AC 
EARL MARSHALL KESLER 0713018 AO 
ROY JOHN KLEEFISCH 01331062 Inf 
HAROLD THOMAS KNAPP 0712593 AC 
TERRILL POAGE KNIGHT 03955.59 Inf 
THEODORE KOWALSKI 0772686 AC 
JOSEPH ALÖYSIUS KOZA 0803405 AC 
RICHARD CLIFFORD LARSEN 01017654 AO 
GEORGE ELMER LARISON 0928965 AUS 
NORMAN CURTIS LAWRENCE 0768130 AO 
HAROLD GEORGE LEDBETTER 01799315 

CMP 
MALCOLM LOUIS LEE 01328613 Inf 
AUSTIN KELLETT LETSON 01326641 Inf 
ELW^YN CHARLES LITTLEFIELD 0812452 

AC 
JAMES EDMUND LOOKER 0823650 AC 
JAMES ADDISON McCALEB 0711731 AC 
LESTER WILLIAM McCALLUM 0584496 AO 
BURKETT CALVIN MoINTURFF 01331204 Inf 
ATTIU^F.Y AT-TOM AT^T. AUGHI.IN OM752ß Inf 
ARTHUR ROCHESTER MACY, jR. 01825234 

AUS 
ROBERT EMMETT MARSHALL 01329143 Inf 
SIDURD ALLEN MATHISEN 0766604 AC 
WILLIAM EARL MAY 0710989 AC 
EARL ROBERT MEISENHEIMER 0824533 

AC 
IRVING MAURICE MELITZ 0400457 Inf 
LLOYD LOUIS HENRY MEYER 01327166 Inf 
TIIAYNE WHITMORE MINER 0763292 AO 
ARTHUR MARINUS MOSSBERG, Jr. 0711004 

AC 
EDMOND ROBERTSON NALLE 0810199 AO 
JAMES NIELSEN, Jr. 0749396 AC 
LESTER CHARLES OENNING 01329387 Inf 
FRANCIS JAMES O'LAUGHLIN 01330850 Inf 
ROBERT OPPENHEIM 0821348 AC 
ROBERT ICHABOD OSBORN 0708541 AO 
KENNETH WILBUR OSBORNE O1329042 Inf 
GEORGE WILLIAM OUGHTON 01290466 Inf 
ELMER GORDON PAQUETTE 0822249 AO 
MILTON PARLOW 0822076 AC 
ARTHUR LOUIS PASQUINELLI O1331087 Inf 
CHARLES ELMO PHILLIPS 0824559 AC 
FLOYD ALLEN PHILLIPS 0585178 AC 



13 



2D LT TO IST 

BENJAMIN ARTHUR POLESON 0716235 AC 
WILLIAM CLAUDIUS PORTMAN 01326339 

Inf 
ELLSWORTH LkROV POTTER 0709633 AC 
WILLIAM ALBERT PRICE, Ju. 0705795 AC 
DUANE KENNETH REFER 0554005 Inf 
WILLIAM CHAPMAN RICHARDSON 

O 1329881 Inf 
W^ILLIAM HUNTE R RIERSON 0754549 AC 
ROBERT HENRY RUDKIN 0827294 AC 
ANDREW BENJAMIN SARI 01329884 Inf 
SAUL SCHINDLER 01634298 Sio C 
EDWARD KENNETH SCHWEINSBERG 

011HS96 CE 
PATRICK HENRY SHEEHY, Jr. 0651446 AC 
SIDNEY BERNARI) SHIFFMAN 01055151 Inf 
GAYLORD MARLIN SHULER 01686175 Inf 
ALEXANDER SLOAN 01331107 Inf 
CLARK FRANKLIN SMITH O1081834 CAC 
WAYNE J. SMITH 0768719 AC 
WILLIAM EDWARD SMITH 0719781 AC 
CLIFFORD MARVIN SPARBY 0766965 AC 
RODNEY LEON STEAD 0766107 AC 
WILLIAM HOWARD STEIN 0813080 AC 
WILLIAM SYDNEY STEVENS 013294ÜS Inf 
ROBERT ALEXANDER STEWART O1329067 
\ Inf 
WILLIAM WALTER STILSON 0721243 AC 



LT — continued 

JAMES LEO STRAHAN 076S294 AC 
PAUL RAYMOND ST ROHM 0708011 AC 
LEO STANLEY STYBORSKI O2Ü56302 AC 
ROBERT ELMORE SWALLEN 071S()62 AC 
ROBERT FRANCUS SWEENY O133()()0S Inf 
EUGENE JAY TEN DOLLEN 01331236 Inf 
JOSEPH KENT THOMPSON 0749353 AC 
ROBERT LEVI ^J'JLLOTSON Ok.33629 AC 
ROBERT MANSFIELD VAVCE 04468()4 AC 
URBAIN LOUIS VanLAECKEN 01330193 Inf 
ROBERT LAWRENCE VERNIER Ol32S856Inf 
RICHARD CARL VOGEL 0701980 AC 
ERICH VonSTROHEIM, Jr. 01799405 CMP 
FRANKLIN ALFRED WALLACE 01331118 Inf 
MARTIN LUTHER WATTS 01330884 Inf 
NORMAN OSCAR WEISINGER 01329898 Inf 
JOHN HENRY WELCH 0798189 AC 
JESSE EDWARD WHITE 01824947 AUS 
EMORY JOHN WIIITING, Jr. 0821809 AC 
RUSSELL FREDERICK WILLIAMS 0711880 

AC 
GIDEON WINSTON 01327068 Inf 
THOMAS COCHRANE WOODS, Jr. 0517767 

FA 
FRANCIS GILBERT WOODSIDE 0711576 AO 
THOMAS PAUL WYLIE 0585355 AC 
JULIUS DUNCAN YOUNG 0386489 FA 
ROBERT KASTOR ZELLE 0709213 AC 



16. Announcemont is made of the temp proraotion of the following-named ollicers to the graiies indicated 
ia their respective Services AUS with rank fr date of this order: 



MAJ TO LT COL 



MONROE HENRY GREEN 01689220 MC 

CAPT TO MAJ 

HORACE BICKNELL GATES 01703229 MC LAWRENCE CYRUS PENCE 0360807 MC 
MICHAEL ANTHONY MELYN 0274693 MC 



IST LT TO CAPT 



j.>A.i».S0N HARRY ACRAMSON Oö3S4üö MC 
HARRY ANTHONY ABURROW 01724959 DO 
JAMES LEON ALEXANDER 0462988 MC 
CARL ANDERSON 01754964 MC 
EUGENE ELRIA ANDERSON 01765082 VC 
BERTHA HELEN ANSTEY M503 Physical 

Therapist 
THOMAS ARMOUR, jR. 0443855 MC 
GEORGE HAROLD ASHMAN 0543333 DO 
ORREN DANIEL BAAB 0440318 MC 
COLLIN FREEMAN BAKER, Jr. 0517413 MC 
FREDERICK WILSON BAKER 01755290 VC 
HOPE KAROLINA BARRIE N752699 ANC 
JOHN THURSTON BEATY 0476696 MC 
FRED VANCE BEERBOWER 0174G387 DC 
KENNETH FREDERICK BERGNER 01755382 

DC 
OLIVER CHESTER BEUMER 0473636 MC 
ABE BLAJWAS 0489981 MC 
VICTOR HUGO BLUMBERG 0520478 VC 
ERVIN VIRGIL BLUME 01745678 VC 
EDWARD MARTIN BORGWALD 0248194 DC 
RICHARD JOHN BROOKS 01786748 DC 
LLOYD BROWN 0536664 MC 
MATTHEW JOHN BUCHELE O.383100 Sn O 
HEINRICH GEORGE BURGSCH 0544763 MC 



THOMAS BENJAMIN BUSSEY 0443261 MÜ 
IRWIN ROBERT GALLEN 0436209 MC 
GEORGE MALCOLM CAMPBELL 01703355 

MC 
THOMAS CLARK CAMPBELL 01765208 VC 
FRANKLIN JOSEPH CANNIZZARO 0437507 

MC 
ELLA KAY CARNEY R248 Diotitian 
SIMON CARROAD 01716829 DC 
LEONARD PASQUALE CASILLO 0543076 DO 
THOMAS WALKER CHAMBERLIN 0542991 

DC 
HOWARD HERMAN CHERNOW 01786191 

DC 
SIGMUND WALTER CHRABASZ 0526558 MO 
PAUL ALEXANDER CLINE 01714811 MO 
LEO EARLE COOPER 0520023 DC 
NATHANIEL COOPER 0516028 DC 
JOHN JOSEPH COSTRINO 0550961 MC 
ROBERT CHARLES CRANER 01718282 DC 
HAROLD JOHN CRAW 0474319 DC 
WALTER BERYL CROWL, Jr. 01784941 VC 
MERRILL EUGENE CULHAM 01754900 VC 
HARVEY FRANK CUNOV 0513659 Sn C 
JOHN BIRTWELL CURTIS 01685357 MO 
DARIEN BUTLER DAUGHREY 0526231 DO 

[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



16 

20. DP followiim ofTicers orderod to AD WP fr home to sta on date indieatod. TDN". PCS. 601-31 
P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/(10425. All dates arc 1945 and personnel of AUS uiiless othcrwise iudicated. 



Grade, name, soction, and home address 



MAJ JOSEPH CnESTER AREY 0324738. 
Chicago, 111. 

21) LT CnESTEK LAXE BREIDEN- 

S'i^ElX 093389<). Ft Wayne, Ind (now at 

La\vroii('('\ ille, 111). 
2D LT JACK KENNETn GASE 0933892, 

BufTalo, NY (now at Langloy Fld, Va). 
2D LT JAMES BERNARD CRAVES 

093.S89fi, Bay City, Mich (now at Lawrence- 

ville, 111). 
2D LT MONROE AARON FRAGIN 

093.3891, Newark, NJ (now at Tampa, Fla). 
IST LT JOHN PHILIP FISCHER 

01774849 Med. Tylcr, Tex. 



IST LT ROBERT SCHUESSLER 
GRAVES 0927617 Med, Oadsden, Ala 
(now at New Orleans, La). 



2D LT LUTHER JAMES JACKSON 
0933901, Dallas, Tex (now at Oreat Bend, 
Kans). 

IST LT EARLE GEORGE JOHNSON 
01767212 Med, Grand Island, Nebr. 



2D LT OWEN KENNETH LEMKE 

093.3895. Toledo, Ohio (now at Albuquer- 

que, NMex). 
20 LT JAM ES PHILIP MANSON 0933904, 

Sugar Grove, Ohio (now at Hondo, Tex). 
2D LT ROBERT HAMILTON MEXE- 

FEE 02029044. LaCrescenta, Calif (now at 

Sioux Falls. SDak). 
2D LT JAMES HAYWARD MURPHY 

02029041, Los Angeles, Calif (now at Sionx 

Falls, SDak). 
21) LT ROBERT WYNN PE.MBERTON 

0933894, Grand Rapids, Mich (now at 

Dyershurg, Tenn). 
2D LT CLAYTONT STERLING PETER- 

SON 0933905, South Gate, Calif (now at 

Hondo, Tex). 
2D LT .M ARVIN LEE SKELTON 0933900, 

Dallas, Tex (now at Hondo, Tex). 
2D LT KYLE DAVID SLOAN 0933830, 

Macon, Ga (now at Maxwell Fld, Ala). 
IST LT THOMAS KENNON WILLIAMS, 

Jk. 04155.39 Med-Res, Paducah, Ky (now 

at New Orleans, La). 



5fD LT OSCAR WILLIAM VON O9.3.3908, 
Benkjcy, WVa fnow at Tampa. Fla). 



Eff dato 
of duty 



29 Aug 

26 Aug 

26 Aug 
26 Aug 

26 Aug 
5 Sept 



6 Sei)t 



26 Aug 



5 Sept 



26 Aug 



26 Aug 


26 Aug 


26 Aug 


26 Aug 


26 Aug 


26 Aug 


26 Aug 


6 Sept 



26 Aug 



IS. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



Branch and sta to which asgd 



Gardiner GH, Chicauo, 111, for fur- 
ther obsn. treatnient and apj)ear- 
anee before ARB. 

AC 805th AF Base Unit, George 
Fld, 111. 

AC, Langley Fld, Va 



AC 805th AF Base l'nit, George Fld, 
111. 

AC Drew Fld, Tampa, Fla 



MFSS, Carlisle Bks, Pa, for temp 
dy approx 8 wks thence USA Oen 
Hosp, Cp Edwards, Mass, for 
temp dy approx 6 wks thence 
MDRP Lovell GH, Ft Devens, 
Mass. 

MFSS, Carlisle Bks, Pa, for temp 
dy approx 8 wks thence Crile GH, 
Clevelaud, Ohio, for temp dy 
approx 6 wks thence MDRP 
Bülings GH, Ft Benj. Harrison, 
Ind (for Itd sv only). 

AC Great Bend AA Fld, Great 
Bend, Kans. 

MFSS, Carlisle Bks, Pa, for temp 
dy approx 8 wks thence Moore 
GH, Swannanoa, NC, for temp 
dy approx 6 wks thenw MDRP 
Stark GH, Charleston, SC. 

AC Kirtland Fld, Albuquerque, 
NMex. 

AC Hondo AA Fld, Hondo, Tex... 

AC Sioux Falls AA Fld, Sioux 
Falls, SDak. 



do. 



AC Dyersburg AA Fld, Dyersburg, 
Tenn. 

AC Hondo AA Fld, Hondo, Tex.... 



.do. 



AC AFEFTC, Maxwell Fld, Ala.. 

MFSS, Carlisle Bks, Pa, for temp 
dy ap[)rox 8 wks thence England 
(HI, Atlantic City, NJ, for temp 
dy approx wks thence MDRP 
Tilton GH, Ft Dix, NJ. 

AC Drew Fld, Tampa, F^ 



Dato of 
rank 



20 Sept 
1944 

26 Aug 



26 Aug 
26 Aug 

26 Aug 
5 Sept 



, 



6 Sept 



26 Aug 



5 Sept 



26 Aug 

26 Aug 
26~Aug 

26 Aug 

26 Aug 

26 Aug 

26 Aug 

26 Aug 

6 Sept 



26 Aug 



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21. Lv is granted MAJ FÜR MAN BARRATT PINSON, Jr. (Ist Lt) 0312748 Inf for 2 mos 20 days 
eff 24 Aug 1945. DP officer is reld fr asgmt and duty, Washington, DC, on 24 Aug 1945 asgd Sep Ctr, Ft 
Bragg, NC, (for record purposes only no travel involved connection thereto) to arrive home, Greensboro, 
NC, on 14 Nov 1945 revert inactive status not by reason of i)hysical disability. The A US apmt of ollicer 
will continue in force during the period of the present emergency and for 6 mos thereafter unless sooner 
terminated DP. PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-32 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/00425. EDCMR 24 Aug 194.5. 

22. So much of paragraph 21 Special Orders 178 War Department 1945 as pertains to MAJ HERBERT 
W. RATHSACK 0194751 AC is hereby amended to assign him to Sep Ctr, Ft Leavenworth,«Kans. and 
to change the date he reverts to an inactive Status to 20 Sept 1945. DP, PCS. TDN TPA 601-32 
P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 24 Aug 1945. 

23. Announcement is made of the change of narne of the following: 

MAJ JOSEPH NICHOLAS JACOBUCCI 0412201 AC to JOSEPH NK^HOLAS RAYMOND 

IST LT PHYLLIS MARION BOLLIN L600fi79 WAC to PHYLLIS BOLLIN PEOPLES 

IST LT EDYTHE A. BUGGE N756926 ANC to EDYTHE BUGOE CUSHNER. 

IST LT JACSIE CLAUDINE BUTLER N7790O6 ANC to JACSIE CLAUDINE SPEAR. 

IST LT LORRAINE LOIS CLIFFORD N751755 ANC to LORRAINE C. SOMERV^ILLE. 

IST LT MARY E. COOPER N757551 ANC to MARY COOPER FEREBEE. 

IST LT CONSTANCE D. FERRANDO N726503 ANC to CONSTANCE FERRANDO ROGERS 

IST LT DAISY L KORTS L900092 WAC to DAISY L ODDO. 

IST LT DAVID EARL KRICHEWSKY OI311309 AC to DAVID EARL KAYE. 

IST LT LUCY PHYLLIS MARABAIN M409 PT to LUCY MARABAIN TUCKER. 

IST LT RUTH M. MAYHOOD N757123 ANC to RUTH MAYHOOD WATERS. 

IST LT JOSEPHINE C. McGEEHAN N7224fi2 ANC to JOSEPHINE McGEEHAN McMANUS 

IST LT LETHA K. MYER N757912 ANC to LETHA MYER FEENEY. 

IST LT ELIZABETH EMMA PATZ L300002 WAC to ELIZABETH EMMA PAYNTON 

IST LT GRETCHEN A. STIELER L70425fi WAC to GRETCHEN STIELER GRAY. 

IST LT LUCILLE A. TRUEMPY L201260 WAC to LUCILLE A. MILTON. 

IST LT MARY G. WEDLOCK L602386 WAC to MARY W. SPANIOL. 

IST LT NORA L. WITTING N767986 ANC to NORA WITTING AYERS. 

2D LT MARY-LOUISE T. ALLARD N758965 ANC to MARY-LOUISE ALLARD REINFURT 

2D LT DOROTHY JOHOVICS N762244 ANC to DOROTHY BEATRICE MALARKEY. 

2D LT STEPHANIE LOUISE KORDEK N743864 ANC to STEPHANIE KORDEK POTEBNYA. 

2D LT GENEVA J. LANKFORD N778077 ANC to GENEVA L. ANDERSON. 

2D LT MARY C. MANNIN N774486 ANC to MARY MANNIN PENA. 

2D LT RUTH A. 8CHUDEL N745493 ANC to RUTH A. FRARY. 

2D LT ANITA JOYCE SIMMONS N786784 ANC to ANITA JOYCE JOHNSON. 

24. Lv is granted CAPT ALBERT GRIFFITH ORMSBEE, Jr. (2d Lt) 0734825 AC for 1 mo 25 days 
eflf 24 Aug 1945. DP offleer is reld fr asgmt and duty, Washington, DC, on 24 Aug 1945 asgd Sep Ctr, Ft 
Devens, Mass, for record purposes only no travel involved connection thereto to arrive home, New Haven, 
Conn, on 21 Oct 1945 revert inactive Status not by reason of physical disability. The AUS apt of officer 
will continue in force durine the neriod nf the nrp';pnf omorrronf^r odh f^r « mnc- fV.f.rpof*^^.. ,,..t,^^ ,-^„^0.. 
terminated DP. PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-32 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 24 Aug 1945. 

25. Lv is granted CAPT JOHN BAKER WELBORN 0274019 AC for 1 mo 4 days off 24 Aug 1945. 
DP officer is reld fr asgmt and duty, Washington, DC, on 24 Aug 1945 asgd Sep Ctr, Ft Logan, Colo, for 
record purposes only no travel involved connection thereto to arrive home, Denver, Colo, on 4 Oct 1945 
revert inactive Status not by reason of physical disability. The AUS apmt of offleer will continue in force 
during the period of the present emergency and for 6 mos thereafter unless sooner terminated DI' PCS 
TDN. TPA. 601-32 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 24 Aug 1945. 

26. Lv is granted CAPT STEWART CRAIG THOMSON 0543179 MC for 1 mo eff 24 Aug 1945. DP 
officer is reld fr asgmt and duty, Washington, DC, on 24 Aug 1945 asgd Sep Ctr, Ft Sheridan, 111, for record 
purposes only no travel involved connection thereto to arrive home, Byron, 111, on 26 Sept 1945 revert inactive 
Status not by reason of physical disability. The AUS apmt of offleer will continue in force during the 
period of the present emergency and for 6 mos thereafter unless sooner terminated DP. PCS. TDN. 
TPA. 601-32 P 431-02. 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 24 Aug 1945. 

27. Lv is granted CAPT CAROLYN S. KELLOGG L303747 W^AC for 1 mo and 10 days eff 24 Aug 
1945. DP CAPT KELLOGG is reld from asgmt and dy MIS, Washington, DC, on 24 Aug 1945 asgd 
Separation Center, Ft George G. Meade, Md, for record purposes only no tvl involved in connection thereto 
on 4 Oct 1945 revert inactive Status under provisions of RR 1-5 Demobilization not by reason of physical 
disability. The AUS apmt of CAPT KELLOGG will continue in force during the period of the present 
emerg and for 6 mos thereafter unless sooner terminated DP. PCS. EDCMR 24 Aug 1945. 

[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945J 



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19 



28. Lv is granted CAPT THOMAS QORDON THIQPIN 0573566 AC for 1 mo 17 days efl 24 Aug 
1945. DP offleer is reld fr asgint and duty, Washington, DC, on 24 Aug 1945 asgd Sep Cen, Ft Bliss, Tex, 
for rccord purposes only no travcl involved connection thereto to arrive home, San Angelo, Tcx, on 19 Oct 
1945 rovort inactive Status not by reason of physical disability. The AUS apmt of offleer will continue in 
force during the period of the present emergcncy and for 6 mos thereafter unless sooner terminated DP. 
PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-32 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 24 Aug 1945. 

29. Lv isgranted CAPT CAREY LISTER COCHRAN 0917873 QMC for 1 mo 14 days efl 24 Aug 1945. 
DP ofhcor.is reld fr asgmt and duty, Washington, DC, on 24 Aug 1945 asgd Sep Ctr, Ft Sam Houston, Tex, 
for recorci purposes only no travel involved connection thereto to arrive home, Houston, Tex, on 15 Oct 1945 
revert inactive Status not by reason of physical disability. The AUS apmt of offlcer will continue in force 
during the period of the present emergency and for 6 mos thereafter unless sooner terminated DP. PCS. 
TDN. TPA. 601-32 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60125. EDCMR 24 Aug 1945. 

30. Each of the following-named Ist Lts MC is reld fr asgmt and dy at MD Repl Pool, CarlirieBks, Pa, 
eff upon compl of TDY Med Fld Sv Seh, Carlisle Bks, Pa, o/a 29 Aug 1945 is asgd tosta indicated after bis 
name. WP. TDN. TPA. PCS. 601-31 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08, A 212/60425. EDCMR 29 Aug 1946. 

EDWARD S. BROWN 01705297 9th Sv C Bushneil GH, Brigham, Utah. 

JOSEPH J. TOLAND HI 0546391 9th Sv C McCaw OH, Walla Walla, Wash. 

DONALD E. BROWN O1705313 Sth Sv C Army and Navy OH, Hot Springs National Park, Ark. 

SAMUEL AYRES III 01785285 Hq 7th Sv C, Omaha, Nebr. 

DAVID S. QUDES 01755991 Hq 7th Sv C, Omaha, Nebr. 

ELLIOT L. SAOALL 0435282 Hq 7th Sv C, Omaha, Nebr. 

HERBERT F. UEMPEL 0479970 Hq 9th Sv C, Ft Douglas, Utah. 

FREDERICK R. LONG, Ja. 01717095 Hq 9th Sv C, Ft Douglas, Utah. 

HARLAN I) T. CLOSE 0445491 Ist Sv C Waltham Regional Hosp, Waltham, Mass. 

HERMAN L. SHEPPARD 0440646 4th Sv C, Cp Shelby, Miss. 

PHILLIPS R. FIFE 0460694 Sth Sv C, Cp Chaffee, Ark. 

KEN xNETH V. T YNE R 0543956 Hq 8th Sv C, Dallas, Tex. Delay en route of 10 days is auth Charge- 
able as lv. Par 1 c AR 605-115 requires ollicers to keep a roeord of lv used. 

JOHN R. CUNNINGHAM 0460862 Hq 8th Sv C, Dallas, Tex. Delay en route of 10 dayS is auth 
chargcable as lv. Par 1 c AR 605-115 requires ollicers to keep a record of lv used. 

LOUIS J. PINGREE 0443593 Uq 8th Sv C, Dallas, Tex. Delay en route of 10 days is auth chargeable 
as lv. Par 1 c AR 605-115 requires officers to keep a record of lv used. 

OLIVER H. GRAVES 0517423 Hq 8th Sv C, Dallas, Tex. Delay en route of 10 days is auth charge- 
able as 1 V. Par 1 c A R <)05-lI5 requiras olUcers to keep a record of lv used. 

JOSEPH E. WEST, Jr. 0438149 Hq 8th Sv C, Dallas, Tex. Delay en route of 10 days is auth Charge- 
able as lv. Par 1 c AR 605-115 requires ollicers to keep a record of lv used. 

ARTHUR D. J08EPHS0N 0513363 Hq Sth Sv C, Dallas, Tex. Delay en route of 10 days is auth 
chargeable as lv. Par 1 c AR 605-115 requires officers to keep a record of lv used. 

IRVING A. LEVIN 0435187 Hq Sth Sv C, Dallas, Tex. Delay en route of 10 days is auth chargeable 
as lv. Par 1 c AR f)()5-115 requires oflicers to keep a record of lv used. 

ROBE RT M. McCORM AC K 0470217 Hq Sth Sv C, Dallas, Tex. Delay en route of 10 days is auth 
charg('at)le as lv. Par 1 c A H 605-115 requires ollicers to keep a record of lv used. 
WILLIAM H. BENHAM 0542154 7th Sv C O'Reilly OH, Springfleld, Mo. 
HENRY A. NORUM 01764990 7th Sv C Fitzsimons OH, Denver, Colo. 
ALBERT W. RADKE 0470736 7th Sv C Fitzsinions OH, Denver, Colo. 
WILLIAM A. SWEAT 0470727 5th Sv C Billings GH, Ft Benj. Harrison, Ind. 
ROBERT D. RAY 0471004 Hq 2d Sv C, Governors Island, NY. 
. JOHN R. GEARY, Jr. 01714791 Sth Sv C Brooke GH, Ft Sam Houston, Tex. 
ROBERT K. PURVES 0445027 Sth Sv C Bruns GH, Santa Fe, NMex. 
RICHARD H. WALDEN 0471782 Sth Sv C William Beaumont GH, El Paso, Tex. 
WILLIAM J. BRYSON 0478304 Hq 6th Sv C, Chicago, III. 
HOWARD L. JONES 0517814 Hq Sth Sv C, Dallas, Tex. 

JOHN E. GARDELL 01765650 3d Sv C WD Pers Center, Ft George G. Meade, Md. 
MAXWELL M. BARR 01764783 4th Sv C WD Pers Center, Cp Shelby, Miss. 
WILLIAM E. KNIOHT 01775512 4th Sv C Finney GH, Thomasville, Ga. 
MAURICE S. S.\LOMON 01785372 4th Sv C ASF Regional Sta Hosp, Ft Benning, Ga. 
ROBERT J. FROST 0476723 7th Sv C Schick GH, Clinton, Iowa. 

FRANK C. WHEELOCK, Jr. 0438150 AMC, Washington, DC, to report to TAG, Rm 1054, Muni- 
tions BMg. 
DANIEL C. RIORDAN 0447013 3fl Sv C Valley Forge OH, Phoenixville, Pa. 
HARRY W. McFADDEN, .)R. 04661.'i8 Hq 7th Sv C, Omaha, Nebr. 
MAURICE G. SORENSEN 017.54808 Hq 7th Sv C, Omaha, Nebr. 
THOMAS O. WHELESS 0173.5004 Ilq 7th Sv C, Omaha, Nebr. 
GEORGE G. GREEN 0.386434 Ilq 7th Sv C. Omaha, Nebr. 
ROBERT C. MO.NSON 01757066 4th S\ C Foster GH, Jackson, Miss. 
MARTIN ACKERMAN O1714S50 Stout Fld, Ind. 

[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



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31. DP CAPT SEYMOUR D. RAMBY 0909699 AC is detailed in JAGD. 

32. Lv is granted 2D LT EDWARD GEORGE POSNIAK 0928445 AUS for 25 days eff 24 Aug 1945. 
DP offleer is reld fr asgmt and duty, Washington, DC, on 24 Aug 1945 asgd Sep Ctr, Ft George G. Meade, 
Md, for record purposes only no travel involved connection thereto to arrive home, Oreenbclt, Md, on 
18 Sept 1945 revert inactive Status not by reason of physical disability. The AUS apmt of offlccr will con- 
tinue in force during the period of the present emergency and for 6 mos thereafter unless sooner terminated 
DP. PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-32 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 24 Aug 1945. 

33. Lv is granted IST LT NAOMA LANTZ KILTON N771372 ANC for 1 mo 12 days eff 24 Aug 1945. 
DP IST LT KILTON is reld fr asgmt and duty Washington, DC, on 24 Aug 1945 asgd Sep Ctr, Ft Sheri- 
dan, 111, for record purposes only no travel involved connection thereto to arrive home Sheboygan, Wis, 
10 Oct 1945 revert inactive Status not by reason of physical disability. IST LT KILTON is honorably 
discharged from her apmt in the ANC efl 10 Oct 1945. PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-32 P 431-02, 03, 07, 
08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 24 Aug 1945. 

34. Each of the following-named Ist Lts of MC isreld from asgmt and dy MD Repl Pool, Carlisle Bks, 
Pa, eff upon compl TDY Med Fld Sv Seh, Carlisle Bks, Pa, o/a 29 Aug 1945, is asgd to Sta indicated after 
bis name. WP. TDN. TPA. PCS. 601-31 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 29 Aug 1945. 

WILLIAM F. HANISEK 01726888 Hq 2d Sv C, Governors Island, NY. 
LYNN F. CURTIS 0470733 Hq 4th Sv C, Atlanta, Oa. 
HARRY C. KING 01736694 llOth AAF Base Unit, Mitchel Fld, NY. 
JONES E. WITCHER 0460681 4th Sv C, Stark GH, Charleston, SC. 
EDWARD T. JULER 01746143 (limited sv) 4th Sv C, Cp Van Dorn, Miss. 
JULIAN R. B. KNUTSON 0545567 9th Sv C, Madigan Hosp Ctr, Tacoraa, Wash. 
EDWIN F. ALSTON 0473909 Sth Sv C, Brooke OH, Ft Sam Houston, Tex. 
WILLIAM P. CALLAHAN, Jr. 0464806 4th Sv C, Lawson GH, Atlanta, Ga. ^ 
DAN P. BOYETTE 0539074 4th Sv C, Moore OH, Swannanoa, NC. 
ALBERT M. EDMONDS 0515900 4th Sv C, Moore OH, Swannanoa, NC. 
WARREN D. LESLIE 0511143 4th Sv C, Moore OB, Swannanoa, NC. 
SUMNER HAGLER 01705649 4th Sv C, Fostcr OH, Jackson, Miss. 
ROBERT H. VADHEIM 01766238 Hq, Sth Sv C, Dallas, Tex. 
ERNESTO COLON-YORDAN 0172646 Hq, Sth Sv C, Dallas, Tex. 
JOSEPH Q. BARROW, J«. 0471497 Hq, Sth Sv C, Dallas, Tex. 
DANIEL E. GELFAND 0439344 Sth Sv C, ASF Regional Sta Hosp, Cp Bowie, Tex. 
FRED M. TURBE VILLE 0444175 Sth Sv C, Ashburn GH, McKinney, Tex. 

ROBERT W. TICHENOR 0471653 (limited sv) Sth Sv C, Army & Navy OH, Hot Springs National 
Park, Ark. 

JOSEPH Q. WICH 0464811 Sth Sv C, La Garde GH, New Orleans, La. 
RHONALD A. WHITENECK 01774825 Hq, 2d Sv C, Governors Island, NY. 
HENRY C. McDUFF 0513365 (HD) Ist Sv C, HD Narragansett Bay, Ft Adams, R. L 
JOHN F. SHAY 0474238 Ist Sv C, WD Pers Ctr, Ft Devens, Mass. 
PAGE E. SPRAY 01746109 Ist Sv C Lovell GH, Ft Devens, Mass. 
JAMES ö. öHuKl Le U1725651 Ist Sv C Lovell GH, Ft Devens, Mass. 
ISAAC O. KRIEGER 01786565 Hq 2d Sv C Governors Island, NY. 
BRADFORD W. LAWRENCE 01704956 Hq 2d Sv C, Governors Island, NY. 
JAMES P. LANDAY 01725272 Hq 2d Sv C Governors Island, NY. 
JARVIS D. PASCHAL 0474286 Hq 2d Sv C, Governors Island, NY. 
JOHN M. YEAGER 01775321 Hq 2d Sv C, Governors Island, NY. 
EDWARD S. KUMIAN 0477383 (limited sv) Hq 2d Sv C, Governors Island, NY. 
JOHN F. DAVIS 0435182 9th Sv C Hammond GH, Modesto, Calif. 
ROBERT M. CLYNE 0513358 9th Sv C Hammond OH, Modesto, Calif. 
THOMAS J. FAHEY, Jr. 0515901 9th Sv C Baxter OH, Spokane, Wash. 
DAVID L. CROWELL 0441602 9th Sv C ASF Regional Sta Hosp, Ft Ord, Calif. 
EMANUEL S. COHEN 0438514 9th Sv C ASF Regional Sta Hosp, Ft Ord, Calif. 
JOHN W. LITTLE, Jr. 0474589 (limited sv) 9thSv C McCaw QH, Walla Walla, Wash. 
ALLEN J. REISENFELD 01745852 (limited sv) 9th Sv C, Cp Roberts, Calif. 
ROBERT W. WITHERS IV 0.399419 4th Sv C Stark OH, Charloston, SC. 
FRANK E. TROBAUGH, Jr. 01756891 Ist Sv C Lovell GH, Ft Devens, Mass. 
MERLE S. BACASTOW 01724948 Hq 9th Sv C, Ft Douglas, Utah. 
ROBERT L. BAEDER 01715132.(limited sv) Ist Sv C Lovell GH, Ft Devens, Mass. 
ARNOLD S. ANDERSON, Jr. 01765292 (limited sv) Ist Sv C Gen Dispensary, USA, 808 Common- 
wealth Ave, Boston, Mass. 
MARSHALL B. GUTHRIE 0401082 4th Sv C Cp Butner Hosp Center, Cp Butner, NC. 
JOHN P. CORLEY 01704823 (limited sv) Sth Sv C W^akeman Hosp Center, Cp Atterbury, Ind. 
RELVERT J. COE 0516821 Hq 2d Sv C, Governors Island, NY. 
HORACE S. BELL 0440875 Hq 6th Sv C, Chicago. 111. 
WILLIAM D. DAVIS, Jr. 0449749 (limited sv) 9th Sv C, Cp Beale, Calif. 

[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



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WILLIAM L. DONNELLY 0443290 9th Sv C, Cp McQuaide, Calif. 
GEORGE B. ELY 0547188 9th Sv C, Ft MacArthur, Calif. 
SEYMOUR B. JACOBSON 01716274 5th Sv C Sep Ctr, Cp Atterbury, Ind. 
ALFRED N. COSTNER 01734936 9th Sv C, Ft MacArthur, Calif. 
CONRAD DeBOLD 0467072 Ist Sv C Lovell OH, Ft Dcvens, Mass. 
[AG 210.31(21 Aug 45)] 

35. Lv is granted CAPT STANLEY FRANCIS MASSON C2d Lt) 0438799 (Inf) CE for 2 mos 19 days 
•eff 24 Aug 1945. DP ofTicor is reld fr asgmt and duty, Washington, DC, on 24 Aug 1945 asgd Sep Ctr, Ft 

Snelling, Minn (for record purposesonly no travel involved connection thoreto), to arrive home. Rochester, 
Minn, on 17 Nov 1945 rovort inactive Status by reason of physical disability. The AUS apnit of offleer 
will continue in force during the period of the present emergency and for 6 mos thereafter unless sooner 
terminated DP. PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-32 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 24 Aug 1945. 

36. IST LT LULABEL SUTTER N761184 ANC is reld fr atchd unasgd Det of Patients and fr obsn and 
treatnicnt at Ashford GH, White Sulphur Springs, WVa, eJT 31 Aug 1945 and is asgd Sop Cen, Ft Dix, NJ 
(für record purposes only no travel involved in connection therewith) and fortheconvnof the Govt then'wp 
her home and await retmt. PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-31 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 
31 Aug 1945. 

37. DP 2D LT (Capt AUS) CARSTENS Y.HAAS 0383909 (Inact) CMP is reld fr detail in CMP and 
is trfd fiom Inact-Res to QM-Res efl' 2i Aug H>45. 

38. Each of the fol-nanied nurses having been found by a rot bd incapacitated for active sv on acct of 
disab incident thereto and such flndings having been apd by the See of War her retmt fr active sv on 31 
Aug 1945 under the provisions of the act of Congress apd 20 June 1930 as amended and the act of Congress 
apd 22 June 1944 is announced: 

2D LT ELAINE E. BOOAN N733969 ANC. 
21) LT HELENE R. EDWARDS N755650 ANC. 
2D LT MILDRED M. SKENDER N790055 ANC. 
2D LT KATHERINE M. SMILEY N730391 ANC. 
21) LT ORAL H. THOMPSON N736546 ANC. 
21) LT AUDREY J. WOOG N772367 ANC. 
(AQPO-S-210.85 (24 Aug 45)] 

39. Under the provisions of the act of Congress approved 30 June 1941 each of the following-namod enl 
men is placed on the ret list at sta indicatcd efT 31 Aug 1945 by reason of phys disab incurred m LD and 
will be sent to his home. TDN. 601-31 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425 S99-999. 



Name 



Ist Sgt Paul W. Martin R52554 Inf Unasgd 

S f>nt Trny w MnrirfU P^2V.4A QMC Unas"d 'Ft Lcavcnwoith 

Kans) . 

Sgt nWie N. Kizint 6497513 Cav Unasgd... 

Sgt Vincent Kolesnik R2617178 MD Unasgd.. 

Tic J, William J. Lee 6114246 CMP Unasgd (Ft Benning, Ga)... 

Tee 4 Andren- P. Matcz R1Ü97127 FA Unasgd 

Tee 3 Joseph Marazzo R1526119 MD Unasgd (Fitzsimons GH, 

Denver, Colo). 



Sta at which ret 



Newton D. Baker OH, Martinsburg, 
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Ft Riley, Kans. 

Ft Jay, NY. 

Ft Devons, Mass. 

Torney GH, Palm Springs, Calif. 

Letterman GH, San Francisco, Calif. 



40. 2D LT KATHERINE R. FISHER N762690 ANC is reld fr atchd unasgd Det of Patients and fr 
obsn and treatment at Fitzsimons GH, Denver, Colo, efT 30 Aug 1945 and is asgd Sep Cen, Ft Sheridan, 
111 (for record purposes only no travel involved in connection therewith) and for the convn of the Govt theo 
WP her home and await retmt. PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-31 P 431-02, 03, 07,08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 30 
Aug 1945. 

[S. O. 203, 24 August 1945] 



21 

41. 2D LT RUTH G. REED N762567 ANC is reld fr atchd unasgd Det of Patients and fr obsn and 
treatment at Fitzsimous GH, Denver, Colo, eff 27 Aug 1945 and is asgd Sep Cen, Ft Sheridan, 111 (for record 
purposes only no travel involved in connection therewith) and for the convn of the Govt then WP her home 
and await retmt. PCS. TDN. TPA. 601-31 P 431-02, 03, 07, 08 A 212/60425. EDCMR 27 Aug 1945. 

By ORDER OF THE Secretary OF War: 



Official* 

EDWARD F. WITSELL 

Major General 

Äcting The Adjutant General 



G. C. MARSHALL 

Chief of Staff 




[S. O. 203, 24 August 19451 



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Symbols: AUS— Army of the United Statea. 
DP— By direction of the President. 
AD — Active Duty. 
AAF— Army Air Forces. 

Special Orders 
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Edward F. Witsell, 
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U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OrPICE 16—46207-1 



G. C. Marshall, 

Chief of Staff. 



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(Basic: Ltr, 2nd Lt, Harvey P. Newton, Subjectj Awerds of Battle Participation 
Stars, dtd 17 October 1945.) 



AO 201 - mWTüN, Harvey P* (0) let Ind. JB/w 

Hq Mil Int Sv (Main), US Forces, European Theater, APO 757, U S Ariny 

31 Octo"ber 1945 

TOi 2nd Lt. Harvey P, Newton, Snemy Prlsoner of War Information Bureau, Office 
of the Provost Marshai General, Ft. Geo. G, Meade, Maryland 

!• Eeference information contained in "basic cominunication, in accordance 
with provisions of paragraph 1, attached letter, Hq MIS, ETOUSA, AG 200.6, Sub- 
Ject: Battle Participation Credit, dtd 10 May 1945, subject officer is en- 
titled to credit for the Normandy and Northern France Gampaigns. 

2» In accordance with paragraph 2, aforementioned letter, which states 
under what conditions MIS personnel receivercredit for subsequent campaigns, 
subject officer is entitled to battle participation credit for the Hhineland 
Campaign on the basis of having been atchd to 3rd ÜB Army dy/w 29th Infantry 
Division during the period of the campaign, which was cited per ltr, Hq ETGÜSA, 
AG 200,6 OpGA, Subject j Battle Participation Awds - Rhineland Campaign (1), 
28 June 1945, 



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AGPR-A 201 {addressee shown balow) 



27 Febri'^ry 1947 



SUBjECT: Appointment in the Officers' Reserve Corps, ander 
Sectioa 37, National Defense Act, as amendcd' 



TO: 



Ist Lt. Harvey ?• Newton, Hon-Res. 
Weat Vifalnut Hoad 
Vineland, New «^ersey 
0-555150 



1. By direction of the President you are appointod in the 
Officers' Reserve Corps, Army of the United States, effective this 
date, in the grade, section and with serial nuraber sho.yn under 
address above-. 



2. There is inclosed herewith a form for oath of Office, which 
you are requested to execute and return promptly to this Office. 
The execution and return of the required oath of Office constitute 
an acceptance of your appointment. No othe'r evidence of acceptance 

is required. Upon receipt in the War Department of the oath of Office, 
properly executed, a commission evidencing your appointment will be 
sent to you. 

3. Prompt action is requested since the regulations require 
cancellation of the tender of appointment if acceptance is not re- 
ceived v/ithin a reasonable time. 

4. You will not porform the duties of an officer under this ap- 
pointment until specifically called to active duty by competent au- 
thority. 

5. Any change in permanent home address will be reported to re- 
serve military area, district, unit, or Army (ZI), Air Force (ZI), or 
Department headquarters. Forms for submitting change of address may 
be secured from headquarters referred to in this paragraph. 

BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR: 



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1. Form for oath of Office 

2. Envelope 

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Copies Furnished: 
CG,l8t Anny 



EDWARD F. WITSELL 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 

OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL 
WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 



IN REPLY REFER TO 



AGPR-A 201 Newton, Harvey P. 
555 150 (26 Feb 52) 



6 torch 1952 



SU3JECT: Appointment in the Officers' Reserve Corps 



TO: 



First Lieutenant Harvey P. Newton 
TTest "Valnut Road 
Vineland, Nev/ Jersey 



!• Reference is made to your letter of 26 February 1952 re- 
garding your coimnission in the Officers' Reserve Corps. 

2. Your commission as First Lieutenant, USAR, Honorary, dated 
27 February 19l;7, will continue in force until six months after the 
war, should the five year period covered by the appointment termnate 
prior to that time, or unless the commission is sooner tenninated by 
proper authority, You may be interested in knowang that the proposed 
Armed Forces Reserve Act, H. R. 5ii26, v/hich passed the House shortly 
before Congress adjourned in 1951, contains a provision that olTicers 
in the Reserves will hold their commissions for an indefinite period, 
including officers whose appointments are in effect at the time the 
Act becomes law, except in the case of any such officer who expressly 
declines in writing to have his current appointment continued for an 
indefinite term. It is expected that this proposed legislation will 
uc consiuered by the Senaotj uiis year« 

Sincerely yours. 



In^ ^^. 




WM. E. BERGIN [J^^ 
iv^jor General, JSA ^ 
The Adjutant General 





REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that in accordance with the 
Selectlve Service Proclamation of the President of the United States 

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has been duly registered this ..ÖJk-Uday of ....KaJT.Cil , 19-41 

.^_$.<./'r?^^.7^.J^l.erk. 

(Signature of regiatrar) 

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(Precinot) " (Ward) (City oi' «5\mty) MSSU*«)^^ • 

RF AI FRT / ^6ßP '° touch wlth youf Local Board. 

UMU AL,KäUi ^ Notify Local Board immediately of chango of address. 

CARRY THIS CARD WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES 
D. S. S. Form 2 




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HEABQUARl^ERS , THE MILITARY INTELLIGENCE TRAINING CENTER, 
Camp %tchie, Maryland, »September 15, 1942, TOt Pfc. Hermann 
Neustadt, Co» L, 176th Inf., Ft» Myer, Virginia* 

It is suggested that application be submitted in acoordance 
with enclosed copy of letter» 

For the Conimanding Officer: 




Major, A.G.D* 
Adjutant 



AOPERS 

201-NElJSTADT,' Hermann (O) 



W/Ind. 



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HEADQUARTERS FIRST UNITED STATES ARMY, APO 230 4 NOV 1944 

TO: Commandlng Off leer, MIS, European T of Opns, US Army 



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!• The enclosed copy of letter and flngerprint card per- 
talnlng to above named Offlcer were recelved at thls Headquar- 
ters In thls manner enclosed In an envelope from PID, European 
T of Opns, US Army, APO 654. 

2. Plles at thls Headquarters do not contaln any record 
of offlcer concerned. Request records, your Headquarters, be 
checkod to ascertaln present Station of subject offlcer. 



Por the Commandlng General: 



1 Incl: 

Ltr WD AGO, P0-R1509 
mrc/md, subject: 
"Military Plngerprlnt Cards", 
20 July 1944. 



H. G. Capucille, 

v;o - USA 

Aöst. Adjutant General . 



201- Hedttont Harrey P (0> 

(20 J\a 
Bl Mil Int 

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2d: W/Iadii 
flftA T ojp Qpnft USA« APO ^1% 8 Nor 1944 



infMitry xnnrisiont aK) 44 



cttcched to jrouar oosanttod (IFf Team 14) per par 1 
10« 31 Oct:1944« 



SO 7-470 ^i» hMü&aaSifM;« 

2» Ofiäp(iac*t Moi^i^ ehangedl from Hemüin Kaustslt tto Harrty Pf Newton 
per Ordar Kb^^^Mj^b^wt Circuit Coust foxr Waabi&gton Countyt ttaryland on 
17 ixam 1944« 



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CoiBaandQ.ng Offioers 



D« UNNEY 
OfO» APS 
Adjutant 



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IN THÄ M4T1ER ÖF 1HE PETITION 
OF HERMANN NEUSTADT 



NOt 16706 EQüITY 

IN THK CIRCUIT COURT FOR 

WiLSHINGTCN COUNTT, MARYLAND 



Upon oonslderatlon of tbe petitlon and affidarit filad in thls 
Cause, it It, thls 17 day of Juna ▲•D, 1944, by tbe Circuit Court 
for Washington County, Maryland, in Xquity, ADJUDGSD^ ORDSRSD AND DECRKSD 
tbat tbe nana of Herasnn Neustadt be and it is hereby cbanged from Hamann 
Neustadt to Harvsy P« Newton, as prayed in tbis petition, and tbat tbe 
Said patltloner pay tbe cost of tbese proceedings* 



Seal of tbe Circuit Court for 
Washington County, Maryland 



Jos» D» Mish 
Judge 



True Copy Test: 



Hanrey P# Newton, 0*555150, 2d Lt« AUS 



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Symbols: TON - 



The trJüvul directocT is nccessary in the liiilitary sorvico* 
TCT - The ^I^'^r oporto.tion Corps will Turnish the nocossary transportation. 
Permanent G!-L..r.:;e of Station« 



PCS ' 

\7P - Will pü'oceoc. to'-^*'''' 



SE'ÜCL'JL 0RD3HS) 
No^ 15Ci) 



'iLH PEp;.RTIvIENT 
THE MILIT;i^Y IKTi-:iXIC21NCIil l^iADIUTG CENT13:H 



E X T R A C T 



27 Juno 1944 



1. The rollowin:- namod off, S3N 931Ö, Co "I", C-d LH Tng 3n, aie 
rcld fr atchd unaögd.and dy thia sta and rro aR,:^d to Shipmont ITo 0M-113-LL(c) and 
ViT Fort Hamilton, m fr this sta 28 Jim 1944, reportin/:^ upon arrivai thoreat to 
Port Comdr for transshipmont to overseas aostination. 



RAMC 



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CILJIIES E. ^u'MES'.RCS^R 
ROKKUT RdiTilcJ^ 
KlTlüR C. 5:*:rjIR 

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H'iTS J". COLI.:ER 

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EI^^^H: P. ■•.Oi::TrB^LER 

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JOILT F. POIv'^CIISK 
W]lT.IfA: x^TTlJANTT 
FR':^ E. HOBIISCHIK 

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iL^JSB F, S{:32i:UEELE 
EREDEaICK SGIIIirDIER 
DAVID D. SIISäl^E^^G 
IliiiLMUT SmAUSo 
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0555190 


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0555158 


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0555151 


:US 


C555146 


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0555179 


AUS 


0555178 


AUS 


0555147 


ALTS 


0555154 


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0555135 


AUS 


0555184 


J^US 


055r5152 


AUS 


0555182 


AUS 


0555150 




0555176 


AUS 


0555175 


AUS 


0555143 


AUS 


0555162 


AUS 


0555181 


AUS 


0555174 


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0555211 


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0555145 


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0555188 


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0555155 


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R E £ J n _I C TED 
Par 1, SO 153, ;JD ITI'C, 27 Juno 19'i4. (Gontd) 
Off aro filiere for etzä allotiorts, 

Eöch off v;ill comply ftilly "jitii TJü) rOH f ile AC 210,31 (11 3cp 43) OB-S-i:-aN-SPG/H, 
M, 1 Oot 1943 and chan^^üs t. oreto, üxcept t'aat tho rostrlction cr.ainst Qssi'.;ning 
off rith loss tlian tiiree (S) nontiis» ooMnls^iorcd sv to ovcrso.: dy, is v;ai7ed in 
tiiiü cusOf 

Each off will bo -iven a thcrou';:;]:! physicrd eramine.ti.n boforo bolnK asgd to tliis 
siaipmcnt. An off who doos not i^co-t: tho physicnl roquirome-nts for oversea dy. VJILL 

Typhus iinrnunization will bo adninctored to oc-ch off iirimediatoly iroon roceir)t of 
Orders ♦ " ^ 

Clothing (Winter) and cquipiiiont as proscribcd in T/S #21, 15 Doc 1943, and chan.^es 
thereto, will be tak^n oxcont onc (1) set of summer outor ^^arraonts (slurt, cap l^t 
trouGors) per off is atzd f o.r comfort during jo^orney to tlic r-ort, 

Additional equipTiicnt at74d: 

Onc (1) ^l^ura- locker may bo takcn or siiip^od 
Ono (1) FirtJt Aid packet 

Cantoens iTiay bo nl^jininuin, plcstic or rstainloss stocl* 

The Shipment nuiuber for this mceniont is 0M-113-LL(c), Pers xvill be instructed 
riOT to discuss the shipment nuiiiber with imstzd persons. 

v;ill oomplete a sufficient num:er of V.D ArrO Form No 204 (Notioe of"ciiange of 
Address) and address such nards to thoir correspondents. Peis will co.nplotQ cards 
to shovj- the followin:.^ infor?^.tion: 

■ { arad el (First nariie) ( I ^IddoS^llriitial) (Last namoj (Ara^rT^^al nuraber) 
(Arm or Service, md casual Company, not former l^rlT)"^ 



APO 



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^''To bo fillod in by poctTil off leer 



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Cards will be turned over to .-ostal officer at this sta, who will insert the 
te.'^porary APO nuiabei and äosignated postiriaster on oach ctrd and vorify them for 
coinpleteness« 



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Pai' 1, SO 1133, ;VL lilTC;, 27 Oune 1944. (Contd) 

Pors wii:i be rcquirod also to '^o^rrnV-t^ "f^) ^00 Form No 9^3 (Nobic. bo Fubli£^h(:ir ) 
end ad(3reo3 such cardü to all pul-lis:.or3 f3' 'vhom thoy recoivo nevjspapyrs a:id 
i,ia';;azinü:i. Th-tü cdrüs vrill bo turncd ovor to pOf)^til ol'fictr l'or rciüoaiv^: "v/itl: 
Forint No ^04. ir'ublicrti.ons r'.cd ?ift'..:? d./)&rouro of por;^ -^/ill not bo for;vardod, 
lliOGü borri:i,^ a pledgcj of tac sonder to i^ay ri;turn noGtcgi -^rilj. ho indorsod "un- 
cla1.ri.;d", and t.ur::u.d ovcr to \-:o TIS To3-':. Offioo. All Ouh.;r such :.;aötor will bo 
diüposcd o.f locrilly for :>pc. cirj. scrvico;. p^rpos^s« 



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Tii;-.' postr^l orficr v;ill xvijasu Foriiis Kor^ <iC4 and 923 irmodiai.r.ly upon d-.partnre 
of pcrs fr tho homu fjta» Ci..riß '^■'rithnT.V;^//^^^ fr tho ^^■'ip.r^•;nt ;rior to d;p.,rt'.iro "^^rill 
bo dostroyod by poctal ü:fficor anr a rosoOT' o"*:' p..rs v/ho dcpartod, ;:hxrii:' shlp- 
ii:e.nt numb^r, te'.vpciary ./l:^0 i^^-'^cr u.:id xy '"C'.:)an'', 7:111 b^ f';rniBlv.d ^ro.^iptly to 
tlio CO of th«; r^E throu^h v/hlch bho -J^O lo ^oci-^irted (Atto-Mcn 7crt roBt;\l Off)* 
Vli^n the ^^h^-rimviit Qopc.rts fr a port oth^^r bh^-'.n tbo or^c tb.o-v:h. T;lij.ci;i tho Aro is 
(lociojnr-bod, an cddi tion;:! •3or:' o*^ fe.. ros.>.r 7:111 bo j~:f^ilod to ■i.hc CG of tho actucl 
7'i] (Att.^ütion Jort Fes"? 1 Cffic^r). Iwo (?^) oü;!':;^ villi b; S'..r,t in eil crse^. to;. 
thc Diroctor, Ai-my Fo-tcl J..rvioo, t;.(X), W-ßhin^to^: (iB5), I)C. 

/ll pw^rs vjill bü instrijctod to -.-so rivjdo, ncino, Army pcrir.l muriner, tempore. ry 
^J'O nuniber, *cnc d.si-^nctud postiiiacite^r es ^ rot^iri- rddress rbilo :n thj st^^ing 
riroc, Iiiimedi toly u::"On ^.s£nt to lanlt ovo^scrs, p..x^ i*t.111 coi;rploto '...nd ?;;:.il l^rm.:.! 
chcn-^e of acdross froiTi;ü (\^ AX^ Forn Ko 971) to cvif^;a cori/^sronaLr^tö -nd publitbers 
of thcir co2-'plctG n-jvr ::dd7.'08.j, includinf;': porrirriG:\t MO nunibc=r ciid ':cblo r.ddr-uss* 
Purs will t Ibo Gend c. coiipl^ vod ?cri: ;Sfo 204 to tho t.b:;'^ter poi^-or.l of f icor. Tho 
/J?0 nuinbor rnd pontjncatt.r cddroöf? to bc ugv.;g for onc dct is : 



APO 2<o 4"20 - o/o rootin;.- riter, IT-ia^ York, IHf 

All concurncd ;;ill co^tit^I^- {:' bli tho m-ovision': on S-:.crt:..c;y C3 Irciccted in See VIII. 
AR 380-5. 



TDF. TCT. PCS. KA 1-5000 ? 453, 431-01-03, 03, 04, C^, 07, 08 A 0^i:^5-24. 



Anth: Ltr Hq .w^F, 'ÜjrSK), file ..OrO-f-SPaAr: 210.51 (11 Jim. 44), i^^^bjact "LH 
Offioora for :3jip:^ijuat CivI-llS-n. (c), ä..t'.d 14 Jim 1944, es c^;:ondod by Ltr, stxr^ 
Jiq rnd f iltj , Bubjoct •'i.Pund:':ont of iSF Liittor, Shlp/^ient 0:>113-LL (c), c..ted 15 
Jim 1944 cnd Ltr ;.SF, NY F^, Biooklyn, rn^, fllc i:P'L:j. 370.5 Ol (OB) (#6637), subjoct 
'rbveiTiünt Orders, Sh! pm.^nt r;?^-j.l3-LL(c) , d:.tod 19 Jun 19^4. 

By conrmrd of Pri/?adior Gencorl B/.:i:!^''ILI.: 



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D3B1HIBUTI0N: 

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CG, Fort Hanilton, NY - 15 copios 

CG, New York FE, Brooklyn, InIY - 15 copijs 



RESTniCTSP 



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^ESTRICTED 
Symbols: PAC - Pursuant to authority contained in**^ 

WAR DEPAPTMEI^ 
THE MILITAPY INTELLICrENCE TPJVEiING CEITOIR 
CAMP PirCHIE, MAPYI/^IID 



SPECIAL GEBERS) 



20 Juno 19^^ 



Wo. 



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E X T R A C T 



IC. PAC Par 20, SO llf?, WD, es, tho folJ.owing nainecL off are 
atchd imaagd to Co "I", 3<i MI Tnr Bn, effectlvö l8 May V^W. 



2T) 


LT 


ISRAEL AKEKSTEIN 


C555157 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


CFARLSS E, BAMBKKGER 


055^-159 


AUS 


21) 


LT 


POB'BIET BAPTMAIT 


05^5^169 


AUS 


21) 


L? 


JOHN B.yHavI/;N 


05^35172 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


PPAITZ. J. BlKKIvIAOT 


> 05^)5168 


AUS 


21» 


LT 


ERIC B. BOULTON 


Ot;^"^5l70 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


?ET:i3R c. besr , 


05':?5173 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


i-^iiDER^C a. OOTT^J 


05^5190 


AUS 


2r> 


LT 


HAUS J, COTMH!K 


055? rj8 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


tTO^C-EN EIJO'\N 


0555191 


AUS 


2T) 


LT 


FREI^i-KICK C. EITGELfWIN 


0535151 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


JOIF;- L. EIIGKiATDKI^ 


0555160 


AUS 


2"D 


LT 


EFTR:nT:TRT J. ERTANGER 


0555171 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


}I!n"^IIRIC:$: O. EREIDL^ilDER 


■ 055515^ 


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2D 


LT 


"^"n^ERT GOIITARD 


0555165 


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LT 


JPrID OOTTLIEB 


0555156 


AUS 


2D 


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PETZR CPIP^IITHAL 


05551^1-6 


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21) 


LT 


COTTF'RIED liEIi^ »GELDERN 


C555179 


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21) 


LT 


VJALTER HIPSCSBERG 


0555161 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


EDC/J^ H. KOLI'OIT 


0555178 


AUS 


21) 


LT 


EAimS S, IGLM;'iilH 


05551^7 


AUS 


211 


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NOICl^ERT JACOB 


05551011. 


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Tn-'TTVTDTPTT T) TAnnroT 


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KURT E. JACOBI 


0555186 


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E'^WIN P. L^-).hJi*'J^'l,H;K 


0555185 


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LT 


HAH3 F. LOESER 


05'55l81f 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


/J?NOLD MV^xLZSR 


0555183 


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2D 


LT 


WALH-'ER P. MHILFOPD 


055'-~i52 


AUS 


21) 


LT 


AL]j1^:üD G. ME^EH 


0555182 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


KJJRT W. MOSAIIER 


0555177 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


liiiM!AITN NEUSTADT 


0555150 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


GIDEON H, OPPENHEIMER 


0555176 ' 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


willi/\m perl 


05551^9 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


joi::n e. pomcihzik 


0555175 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


WILLLIM PxTTMANI^ • 


055511^8 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


B!RZD f. POBiraiHKK 


05551Ö2 


AUS 


2D 


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ERSDERICK M. POSENSTOCK 


0555181 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


IL'VNS F. SCJd.yUi5'EI^J 


055517^ 


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POBER'I' SCHOK.^i?'ELD 


' 0555163 


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2D 


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EREDERICK SCHriDLER 


0555211 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


APTHÜP E. SCHULTZ 


0555180 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


JOHN A. SEIYBURai 


055511+1^. 


AUS 


2D 


LT 


DAVID D. SIL:3ER}:ERG 

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WALTKH A. sri^m 


2D 


LT 


HELMUT STPAUSS 


2D 


LT 


WOL^aiNG H. VDCriCLöTiÜlN 


2D 


LT 


ROLl^'ii; WEIL 


PD 


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GEOROS WENZEL 


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KRANK M. WHKFT™ 



05?5l67 AUS 

0555188 AUS 
0555155 AUS 
0555166 AUS 

0555189 AUS 
0555153 AUS 



OFFICIAL: 



By command of Brigadier General BANEILL: 



J. H. ' ZIMMERMAN, 
Major, Infazatry, 
Adjutant , 




'.imEPMfi'N, 
Major, Infantry, 
Adjutant . 



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SUBJircTt Ordere 
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Beaö quarter Army •'Service Forces 
Office of the Adjutant (krneral ' 
Wash:In^;ton 2*), D. Co 



15 Augue-c 193^5 






lae .I¥ovoBt Mai'shal Cöneral 
Viiflhlngton 25, D^ C« 

Efich Offjcer Waued 



1. Major Varren D. chardler OI285385, ^MP, will proceeä on or about 26 Aygu^t 
194:^ f:rom Washington^ Do C- to Fcrt Sam Houston, Texao on tsmoorary öuty for appro- 
xlmately flve (5) days In connectlon vith activitiee of the P:;^^ovost Mrrehal General ^a 
Office and upon ccmpletlon of thls terüporarj duty rotum to proper etatlono 



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Major Robert L. Dennla 0279^16, CMP; vrlll proceod on or about 16 Ar\g.iat 
1.9^^5 from W.-;Bhington, I. C. to the Signal Corpß Photographic Centor, Loug iBlfind 
City, ..^ev York on temporary duty for approxiwately three^f^) ^laye in coniiaction irith 
act:vitl83 of the Provoet Marehal General'© Office and upon- coiapletion of iihl^ tem- 
porary duty return to proper Station. 

5^ Mfi Jor Bennett M. Rieh OhköGgS, Cm, will proceed on or about 15 Anruft 19h^ 
froTD Washington, r„ C, to charlotteöville., Vrrfjinia on temporary duty for approxl- 
mately tw (2) daye in connectlon vi th activltios of tm Provoet Marehal General 'b 
Office and upon completl on of thlß temporary ciuty return to proper ßtation. 

h, Major Blaine Simone 02*6l908, CMP, will proceed on or about 16 Au^iiiieo 19I1.5 
from :h:cago, Ililnoiß to Waehlngton, I'. C. reporting upon arrival to The Acjutant 
General, Room IO5U Munlulons Building for temporary duty for appröxlmateiy tMrty 
(5C) daye In connectlon ^ith actliflties of the Provoet Maröhal General 's Offlcö and 



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5. Captaln Sdvarfi C. McGllnchy 0103006i^, CMP, will proceed on or about ^^ 
August 19U5 frem Vaehlngton, D, C. to Headqu&rters Third Service Command, Bi^lt l^raore, 
Maryland on tomporary duty fcr approxliOÄtely three (3) dayö In connectlon vlth actl 
vltles of the Provoet M^rshal General*© Office and upon conpletlon of thie temporary 
duty retum to proper etatloa. 

6. First tleuiTienant Daniel J. McCauley Jr* 017909^0, (KP, vlll proceed on or 
about 15 August 19*5 frcaii Washington, D. C, to Headguartere Third Service Command, 
Baltimore, Maryland on temporary duty for appröxlmateiy one (1) day in connectlon vith 
actlvUiee of the Provost Marahal Generalis Office and upon completlon of thJe tempo- 
rary duty" retum to proper Station. 

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7. The^tour of tomporary duty of Second Lieutenant Harvey.P*. Sewton O55515O, 
AUS, ^-ß^f^?^ G. Meade, Meryland, to whlch detalled by par. 17, SO 185/Arrny 
Groun^>0\ Bedlstributlon StatioUo Ashevllle, North Carolina, is 
exte,^^^^^^^ perlod of flfteen (15) daye. 

n^flnff P^I'^V^'Mt,^^ par. 25, AR 35-^820, 19 April 19J^5, apply. The travel 
^^n^^t^äJU pe^pee^^lM the mllltary servlce. 6OI-3 ^ ^3^-02^ 05, A 212/60l*25, 







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RSüPM 201 l6t Ind JSR/emd 

AG & SF REDISTRIBUTION STATICN, Asheville, North Carolina 

TO: 2nd Lt. Harvey P, NeY;ton AUS 0555150 

Enemy Prisoner of War Information Bureau, 
Office of the Provost Marshai General, 
Ft. George G. Meade, Maryland 

1. TWX from Witsell actg TAG, Washington, D. C. dtd 25 July il5 
States *"No per diem". 

2. Suggest any further correspondence be directed through 
finance department to The Adjutant Generalis Office for 
authorization. 



FOR THE COMMANDING OFFICER: 



fj^^m S. RiM^GH 
L^Captain, AUS 
Chief, MPB 



25 Oct. 1945. 



Subject : Amendment of orders 



To 



: Commanding Officer, Army Ground and Service Forces 
Redistribution Station, Ashville, N.C. 



I « 



1. The undersigned,2nd Lt. Harvey P. Newton, AUS, 0555150, is on 



duty this Station per par. 17. S.O. 185, Army Ground and Service Forces 
Redistribution Station, Ashville, N.C., dated 26 Jul 45. 

2. It is requested, that above order be amended to authorize per diea 
payment for the t empor ary duty at Ft. Geo. G. Meade, Md. 



. Uli 

Karvey P. Newton 
2nd. Lt. AUS 



Lt. Harvey P. Newton 

Eneray Prisoner of War Infori^tion Bureau, 
Office of the ProtJost Marshai General, 
Ft. Geo. G. Meade, l^ryland. 



RESTRICTED 



SPECTAL ORDERS ) 



NUI^IBER 



167 ) 



Army Service Forces 

Second Sörvice Co-nmand 

RECEPTION STATION MO 2 

1262d SGII Porsonnel Center 

Fort Dix, New Jersey 



E X T R A C T 



Atg 



16 Jun U5 



26« Fol Off ll'hite unless otherwise specified havin^ rptd at this RS are 
ns^d to orgns indicated fcr processinp; and reasgmt, 'Till depart this date. 
EDCT'IR 21 Jun 1|5. Off W fr this sta to pt designated, Tjpon arrival thereat they 
are placed on TD for mmibor days indicated for recuperation rehabilitation and 
recovery plus tro.vel time indicated upon exp of which they ''TP orgns indicated 
rptg dates specified. The provisions of Par 25 AR 35-1^820 19 Apr ^3 apply for 
period of travel. Auth: Supplement =f3 to ^.ID Ltr AG 370. f^ PRI l6 Aug- IJ4 and ASF 
Cir I4O2 19^-4^.. 



mm 



A. S. Nn ARiMT pt for RECUF 



SERV 



DAYS DAYS RPTG 

RECUP TR.\VEL DATE 



AG & SF REDISTRIBUTION STA CP BUTNER RALEI^^-H NC 

GP N 5^i3-2 TDRO 
© Ist Lt IRVING KAPNER 010i45^430 CAC l635 Union St Bklyn Wf J 3 25 Jun i;5 



AG & SF REDISTRIP'JTION STA ASHSVILLE NC 



Lt Col "WILLIAM G FRITZ 



GP F 371-2 
019069 CAC 515 S 89 St NYC MY 

SEC VI ^'JD CIR 282 19i4l| 



31 



30 
10 

31 
31 

31 



30 

31 



3 19 Jui k5 



h 19 Jui I45 

3 28 Jun h3 



3 
3 



:> ly ju± 45 



Capt KEI^I^IETH R LA^qSON 01012380 Cav 2523 3 Av Altoona Pa 

Ist Lt ROBERT KELLER 01302815 Inf 72 Mills St Morris- 

(TLS) town NJ 

2d Lt "lUJM^. J DEGR/kSSE OI996I4J49 Inf,. 828 N 6 St Camden NJ 

(TLS for 6 months with re-exam at end d period) 

Ist Lt THOMAS P CIJNNINGH/iM OI65725O SC l?i; W Koller St 
(TLS for 6 months with re-exam at end Mechanicsburg Pa 
of period) 

(TLS for 6 mos with re-exam at that Jersey City J^J 

time ) 

y2d Lt HARVEY P NE-^^TCN 0555150 AUS W Walnut Rd Vineland 

(TLS for 6 mos with re-exam at end of NJ 
that time) 

Ist Lt JOSEPH F LIHETTY 015555^7 Ord 1^26 P^ain St 'Tilburton 31 

(TLS for 3 ^os to be automatically re- Pa 
verted to füll military Service upon 
expiration of that time) 

Ist Lt ARTHUR ''! PEDERSSN 0118i;563 FA 637 Van Cortlandt Pk 

(TLS for 6 months with re-examination at Av Ycnkers NY 
end of that time) 

Ist Lt JOHN L SIM'^RS 01018791 AUS Roger Smith Hotel 

* • ^ Washington DC 

Ist Lt ROBERT f! MEEKER 01312032 Inf 266 S 21 St Phila Pa 

(TLS for i; mos with re-examination at end of that time) 

Capt JOHN J MORRIS 0i|07813 MC 280 River side Dr NYCITY 31 y ^y ^ 

(TLS CLUS 6 mos. Na field duty, Tall report to medical facility o/a 7 Dec I4.3 
for re-examination*. X... ' , , ■■ . . 



19 Jul k3 
19 Jul ll5 



31 3 19 jul h5 



3 19 Jul k5 



31 3 19 Jul li5 



U 19 Jul h5 
3 19 Jul U5 
3 19 Jul h5 



Off entitled to food r? t for number days recup at address indicated. No 
extra travel time for TPA. Off indicated by © atchd only. 



PCS 



T'^A 



TDN 



FSA 501-31 P U3I-02-O3 212/50ii25 



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so 167 Par 26 



(Contd) 



Page 2 



OFx^ICIAL: 



^ ORDER OF MAJOR' CHSST3HS0N: 



EDTIN V* MQKAN 
Ist Lt AUS 

Asst Adjutant 
DISTRIBUTIO N • 

T^ ^F^ — 
5 CO AGi:SF RS CpButner Raleicih NC 
5 CO AG&SB"^ RS Ashe^/ille NC 



EDTIN J,MORj\N 
Ist Lt AUS 
Asst Adjutant 




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AmJTf STTiRVICE FORCES 
Second Service Comniand 
Army Service Forces Convalescent Hospitp.! (ZI) 

Camp Upton, New York 



SÜBJECT: Transfer of Officers. 



13 June 1945 



TG : Commanding Officer, Reception Station, Ft Dix, NJ 

1. The follovving named Officers departed this Station iqOO 
hours V 15 June 1945 pursuant to Daragra-oh n 30# 141 this 
headquarters, dated 13 June 1945 ,^to travel by Uu«, 

(XÄX, TPA. ^^^^ 



NE^.'7T0N, Harvey P 



2/Lt 0-555150 



66-1 T 

OASR 



For the Conimanding Officer: 




:SOm\fEL OFFICER 
2nd Lt. MAC I^T OF ^^/.TIENTS 
Personnel Officer 




• AHMT SERVICE FORCES 
Second Service Comrnand 
ASF Convalescent Hospital (Zl) 
Camp Upton, No-vv- York 



SPECI/vL ORDERS) 
iNII[,i}"3EU 141) 



13 June 1945 



* E X T R .. C T ^'^ 



1. Tee 5 John D Schuehle, 12186721, Ord, atchd unasgd, Det of Pnts, 
this hosp, is reld fr further obsn k treatment k trfd to Reception Sta 
Ft Devena, Kass for processing and reassignmGnt UP See VI 'TD Cir 282, 1944* 
"J Ft Devens Mass o/a 14 Juno 45, TDN. TC.FIIT. PCS. 501-31 P 431-02 
212/50425, In accordanco with AR 30-2215 g! will issue tv/o (2) mcal tic- 
kcts to Tee 6 Schuehlo for 2/3 day. ünusod meal tickets vall bo turned 
ovcr to CO at. dostination, EDCJÜR 15 Juno 45« Auth: 'TD Cir 303, 1944* 

8. Pvt Raymond D Curthoys, 42022700, Qt.iC, atchd unasgd, Dot of Pnts, 
this hosp, is reld fr further obsn t treatment & trfd to Roception Sta 
Ft McPherson, Ga for processing k roassigniicnt UP See VI AD Cir 282, 1944, 
'.TP Ft McPherson Ga o/a 14 June 1945« TDH. TC"/5W. PCS. 501-31 P 431-02 
212/50425, In accordance with aR 30-2215 Qlvl will issue four (4) meal 
tickets to Pvt Curthoys for 1 I/3 days, Unused meal tickets will be turned 
over to CO vX dostination, EDQIR 16 June 45« ;,uth: "D Cir 303, 1944. 

9« S/Sgt Calvin J Johlitz, 33723861, Inf, atchd unasgd, Dot of Pnts^ 
this hosp, is trfd to Crilo GH, Cleveland Ohio for further obsn k treatment. 
"TP Cloveland, Ohio o/a 15 June 45. TDN. TCTOT. PCS. 501-31 P 431-02 
212/50425, In accordance ^^th AR 30-2215 0>! will issue three (3) meal 
tickets to S/Sgt Johlitz for one (l) day. Unused meal tickets vdll bc 
turned ovor to CO at destination. EDCHR 17 June 45, Auth: Par 4a (2) ' 
AR 40-600 k Tel SGO A'ash DC dtd 2 June 45. 



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this hosp, is reld fr further obsn & treatm.ent k trfd to Reception Sta' 
Ft Dix NJ for procossing k reassignmont UP See VI -.D Cir 282, 1944, 
'7R Ft Dix WJ o/a 15 June 45. TDN. TC'JFIJT. PCS. 501-31 P 431-02 212/5042 5. 
In accordance with AR 30-2216 Qt.5 vdll issue one (l) meal ticket to Pfc 
Manton for i/o day, Unused meal ticket vdll bo turned over to CO at " 
dcGtinatioo<* EDCM: 16 June 45, Auth: "..D Cir 303, 1944, 

11% Fol-named Off, atchd unasgd, Det of Pnts, this Iiosp are reld fr 
further obsn k treatment k asgd Reception Sta Ft Dix NJ for processing k 
reassignment UP Sen VI 'TD Cir 282, 1944» 



CAPT 



(ULBERT Z BrlUl'': 



01592111 



CAPT 



KENITETH R lAIiaSON 



O1012380 



DC TLS for six (6) months 

■ with re-examination at 
end of that time 

CxlV TLS for six (6) months 
with rc-exandnation at 
end of that timo 



IST LT JÄES J C.JVANO 



01292127 



IW 



RESTRICTBD 



TLS for six (6) months 
vdth rc-examination at 
end of that time 



RESTEI^CTED 
SPECIAL OliDERS #141 (C0NT»D) 15 June 1945 - Extract - Par 7 - 11 



IST LT TI«US P CUNNINGa-I/iM 



IST LT ROBERT MEEKER 



IST LT ARTIüR D PATTEN JR 



IST LT ARTHUR "." PEDERSEN 



01637250 



01312032 



01524050 



01184563 



SC TIS for six (6) months 

with re-Gxamination at 
end of that tinie 

INF TLS for four (4) months 
with re-examination at 
end of that tirno 

INF TLS for six (6) months 
with re-oxamination at 
end of that time 

FA TLS for six (6) months 
with rü-öxam:].nation at 
end of that timo 



2ND LT 



yz 



TILLL.M J DE GI^\SSE 



2ND LT tiiRVEY P NE'-TON 



2ND LT H.ROLD J RICH-iRDSON 



01996449 



0555150 



01320479 



TLS for six (6) months 
with re-examD.nation at 
end of tltxt tinic 



AUS TLS for six (6) months 
with re-examination at 
end of that tiüie 

INF TLS for six (6) months 
with re-examination $it 
end of that time 



"::£■ n Dix NJ o/a 15 June 45. TDN, T(J ?!'T, PCS. TPA. 501-31 P 431-02 
2i;>5042 5. EDCMR 16 Juno 45, Auth: '.D Cir 303, 1944, 

By Order of Colonel SCOTT: 



OFFICIiiL: 



R* LIPSZ' 

Ist Lt., mc 

A^st Adjutant 



r 



j. R, b;.ldes 

Major, MAC 
Adjutant 



DISTRIBUTION: 

TT TV ' - "■' 

ii. 

CO Roccption Sta Ft Devens Mass -- 
CO Reception Sta Ft McPherson Ga . 
CO Crile GFi Clevoland Ohio - 3 
'10 Reception Sta Ft Di: NJ - 6 
-'ilcs - 10 



R E S 1 I^ C T E D 



y 



For irniiediatc de live ry to 
refcrrcd to in par 



R E £ T R I^ C T^E D 



FRIIP-2 



2 2 



syi,:bci^: rua 

TCT 
UP 



Report upon arrival 

TC furn nee trän spor tat ion 

Under provisions of 



QI.IT - QJI furn ncc neal tickots 
PTH - Patient this hosr^ibal 
UCTDY-Upon complotion temp dy 



SPECIAL ORDERS) 
NTÜIBER 109 ) 



' /JUvIY SERVICE FORCES 
Fifth Service Corjicuid 
3593rd Service Coimmnd Unit 
Fletcher General Hospital 
CanbridgG, Ohio 



EXTPta.CT 



7 May 1945, 



16. Tee 5 Clin Lewis, 39034095, Det LT), this GH, is reld fr further asgmt 
and dy T;/3593rd SCU, Fletcher Gh, Cambridge, 0, and is trfd in g« to Sep Ctr, 
Cp Bealo, Calif, Ijp o/a 9 Llay 45 RUA to CO thereof for proccssing and disch fr 
mil SV UP ;j?. 615-365 (convcnience of govt.) EH pern home a ddrcss: 3463 35th 
Ave, Oc.kland 2, Calif. s/r and alliod papers will be givcn to EM for dolivory 
to CO, sta indicatod, TPA not atzd, UP .Jl 30-2215 Oj.:T. Roason: Disch of EL 

42 yrs of age and'ovcr. EDCIJl 13 Kay 45» TCT. PCS. TDM. 501-31 P431-02 S99-999 
A2 12/50425. (..uth: 'iD Cir 125, es; TO Cir 422, 1944 and T'/OC CG 5th SvC, Ft 
Haycs, Coluinbus, 0, dtd 5 Kay 45.) 

17. CAPT ;i^TIIONY F. iJ^ZLOWiR, 01000505, AGD, is grantud a sk Iv for 
thirty (oO) days, off 8 Hay 45. 

18. Lv (ordinary) grantcd fol Os: 

llanti ■ . ■ ■■ ■• 

IST LT C..TI-IERII3eT. ZEIL^S "n729805 ..US (/Ü^C) 

2D LT ..LI:A K. l^.X 1T767971 AUS (.iic) 






TT" -P-O 



Lu, ou 



(par lc-:il 605-115 req.uircs to kocp rocord of" lv used.) 



15 
5 



10 Llay 45 
9 llay 45 



19. IST LT ESTHER S. HOLT, N767492, AUS (i^IC), now on sk lv for fourtoen 
(14) days, grantcd -by. par 1 SO. 98 this . Hq, dtd .2.4. ..pr.,4.5, is. grantcd a ton 
(10) day cxtension. 

20.^ Cpl "Tilliam F. Bratt, 1501064,, Dpt., of Pnts., this GH, (liboratcd POVf fr 
Phillipino Is), is placcd on tenp dy for a pd of 60 days and LP fr this sta o/a 
9 Lay 45 to 730 Oak St, E. Liverpool, 0, for roc-upcratioh, rohabilitation and 
recovery, roturning to this sta on er beforo 2400 8 Jul 45. Ell will bc reim- 
bursed for pd of TDY ?nvolvod, at thc monotary value of the g:\rrison rat. TCT. 
TDN. 501-1 P432-02 S99-999 A212/50425. (Auth: Classifiod Ltr, '.T) AGO Y/ash DC 
filG AG 210.31, dtd' 19 Feb 45.) ' ' ' 



ovcr 



21. IST LT GEORGE P. Di^VIS, .01043945, Inf Unasgd, nov/ P%, is rcld fr 
r.tchd unasgd Dot of Pnts and fr furthcr obsn and trcatncnt at this GH, and is 
placcd on DS T//3593rd SGU, Flotchcr GH, Cambridge, 0, for pd of thrco (3) nos. 
On 8 i.ug 45 \Till cippoar at this GH for final disp. EDCi R 8 May .45. No tvl 
Involvod. (.jjith: Ist Ind, Hr 5th SvC, Ft Haycs, Colunbus, 0, dtd 5 Kay , filo 
SFVPi: HOl Davis, Gcorgo P (o), and TJD Cir 161 dtd 25 Apr,44,.) 

mi •'. , . . 

22. Fol nancd Oa:cj/Wgn indicated, no\T PTH, aro rold fr atchd unasgd Dct 
of Pnts and fr furthcr obsn- and troatnont at this. GH, arc trfd to hosp and sta 
indicated, ^^P o/a 9 Ilay 45 RUA to tho CO thorcof for conv: 

TO: CP UPTON CONV HOSP, CP UPTON, NY (SHIPT # 70Il) 

2D LT H."JIVEY P. l\^i7T0N ' 0555150 Imatorial ..US 

TO; PERCY JOl^S CONV HOSP, PERCY JOHES HOSP CTR, FT CUSTER, MICH (SHIPT # 711.:) 
T Sgt William P. Schorrcr 35000071 (i'OS 337) . a.rmd Unasgd (..GF) 

EDCI.IR 10 May 45. UP ..'Jl 3 5-4520 thc FD v/illpr.y in adv tho prcs monctary alv/s 
in liou of rat a/r 5^1.00 per mcal for tiTo (2) neals to ono (l) EM. TTL. PCS. 
TDN. 501-31 P431-02, 03 S99-999 ...212 /50425. (;.uth: RAD SGO Tfash DG dtd 4 May 
45.) 

BY CRDER OF CCLOKEL- 0STR..^DER: 



OFFICL.L: 



K. S. PIGGOTT 
Captain, l.Ix'^C 
Adjutant 



.^ 



K, S. PIGGOTT 
. Captain, lixxC 
Adjutant 



DISTRIBUTION: 'V. 



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mm SER7:..'E Forces 

Fifth Service Comnand 
3593rd Service Goimnand Unit 
Fletcher General Hospital 
Cambridge, Ohio> 



lETTER ORDERS) 
KTOIBER 24) 



30 April 1945 



It has been determinod by the Medical Off leer s supervising the treatment 
of the fol named Os^ that they are physically qualified to partioipate in the 
Reoonditioning Program, this GH, and will be asgd to ward or dept indicated 
for T/oek bcginning 30 Apr 45» 

Os so designated will bo guided by and comply. w/current diroctives ' 
pertaining to tho Reoonditioning Program, this GH« 

Name and Ward No, 



KiiRD 419 

IST LT GARDNER G. GREIIILLION 

IST LT JOSEPH LEWCZ/JC 

laT LT I'.I/^IIRICE STILHIELL 

IST LT NELSON O^GLENSKY 

IST LT YflLLM;! E. P.'JISONS 

WiJlD 420 

COL ED'.TIN Vr. HOICLL/i 
CAPT RICHi^D G. SPRENG 
C;TO LENTIS H.. H.'^iRIiONSON 

m^B 520 

IST LT EDWi^D A. Yf.'iRDEN 

Yf/iRD 521 

C/>PT BORIS L* ll/miCJ.YA 

C/J^ GEORGE NE\TBURG:^IER 

CiJ^T LEl/TIS W. . BÜCILILEI/T 

2D LT WILLI/J.I C, ZinilL 

2D LT PHILIP S. lEHOLLffi 

2D LT VriLLI/iI.I D. /xRIlSTRONG 

HARD522 

IST LT Fki'J^K J. D OORLEY 

IST LT CiUiPBELL A. licREA 
IST LT GERiiLD E. H^^LKBR 
2D LT H/JIVEY P. NFi'TTON 







Asgd to Ward 


0528826 


SC 


506 


0772785 


lillF 


404 


0543 604 


MC 


406 


0560182 


AC 


407 


01946593 


TC 


408 


021456 


AC 


415 


02800688 


AC 


416 


W9C1911 


USA 


504 


01323370 


Inf 


518 


04388130 


MC 


505 


0912945 


AC 


414 


0410154 


TD 


508 


0708483 


AC 


417 


01319432 


Inf 


418 


01176539 


FA 


513 


0522566 


Inf 


405 


01317887 


Inf 


502 


01178250 


FA 


503 


01285580 


AC 


505 


0555150 


MI 


507 



BY ORDER OF COLOLEL OSTRAl\fDERS 



OFFICIAL: 



K, S. Fa:&^TT, 
Captain, MiiC, 
Adjutant« 



K. S. PIGGOTT, 
Captain, ILIC, 
Adjutant ♦ 



RES r R IC TED 



FR.HP-2 



For ir.i::iediatü de live ry to 
rcfcrrod to in pr.r 



SYiIBOLS: RU.. 
TCT 
UP 



Report uponV^rrival qj.tt - QtJ furn noc raeal tickets 

TC furn nee transportation PTH - Patient this hospital 
Under provisions of ÜCTDY-Üpon completion temp dy 

iJ^MY SERVICE FORCES 
Fifth Service Command 
. 3593rd Service Command Unit 
Flotcho.r Genoral Hospital 
Cambridge, Ohio 



SFECIüL ORDERS) 
i^IUIIBER 71) 






EXTRx.CT , 



■•23 Harch 1945, 



^ I' ^^I^^I '''^™^ '^- ^^ ^^^' 01735889, MC, is grr.ntod an ordinary Iv 

« ••■■•• . . ^ 

3. Thü fol nrjiicd pvts.hr.ving bcon onlistod in tho W.C, ;.US. 22 Ifcr 45 

'uch°5r'. ■ ^'°°°'' *° !^' ^''^'^^ ''^"'^'^ inrodiatcly :.fte. th^ir nLos, 't 
.;;" ^id 1 n "°f ^,^-"-7 *° "'■"^'^ t^S'-ö'^t 22 Mar 45. o.t .*ioh timo thoy ^kll 
DO rcld fr .J) r.nd trfd to ERC: ^ J' ■'•^ 

.^dorson Billio ... A-513207 Route 1, FairrP.ont, IT. Va. 

BiShop, Juanita J., a-513209 Orton, V, Vd . 

,_rfendGrshot Lurc. L. A-513208 2330 ..vory St, Parkcrsbura;' ?f.V." . 

du'tion'of tho- ' ''"'.' ^h^^^h'^T,- -*i- °r inactivo st^tusVill bc for'th 

dtd'^23"jiiiT5')'''"" ""■"'" ^''''' "" '''^' •■'^^'^' ^'^' ^'^1'^ SPXFS-J 341 iC,C (23 Jan 45, 



4. 



S C i'PBE?T° '"oi^nfif7r%^^ ^? ^^ *''^' «'J ^'" portains to trf ; pf iST LT D.IVID 
, V ;i^ '. °^^°f !°' ^"^' *° Fitzsiramons GH, Dcnvor.Colo, as roads "ViP o/a 21 
kar 45" is anondcd to road "VC o/r. 23 Kar 45«, 

of Pnt^ .S^!^T^?'* T^" indicatod. ncv. PTH, aro rold-fy .stohd^utosgd Dot 

of Pnts and fr furthc- obsn and troatmcnt at this GH, are trfdyto. orgn and 

sta mdicated. l/P o/a 24 Kor 4S PTT -t-n +v.^ pn4.vv.J4r> ' " ^. ^e»-"^ ^'••^^^ 

TIP qon VT vm p, 000 . ^ T " ^^'"^ ^^ thereof f er procossing and rr.asmt 

S Sgt lieivin E. pillow 



Pvt Philip A, l'arqu 
Tee 4 Joseph Bukovae- • 



,a 



15103551 
35468979 
35028891 
-1- 



(LOS 612) 



IJJ" Unasgd (;mJ^) 

Clevoland, Ohio 
(MOS 521) MD Unasgd (äSF) 

•■ Cinoinnati , Ohio 
Inf Unasgd (AGF) ' . 
YouiigstoT,'/n, Ohio 



(HOS 060) 



1 



33393768 
335:0557 
3321*0401 



TG; FE R S CTR REG ST.., FT DIX, NJ: 

(LOS 653) C'r-.v Unasgd (AGF) 

NG\\r Kensing ton, Pci« 
(MOS 521) C:. Unc.sgd (..GF) 

New Oxford, Pr.. 
(j:OS 171) Engrs Unr.sgd (.,SF) 

Braddock, Pa« 
334:2929 (l OS 345) Inf Unasgd (i.GF) 
^ '''CW Sr.lorr, Pr>.$ 

332C2907 (l'OS 506) Engrs Unr.sgd (ASF) 

licKcesport, Pr.. 
EDCIE 25 l.r.r 45. UP :.R 30-2215 QITo TCT. PCS. TDN. 501-31 P431-02y 03 
..212/50425. (Auth: See VI Par Ib, T:D Cir 282 dtd 7 Jul 44, and See IV par 3d 
'D Cir 329 dtd 10 Aug 44.) . 

ö. 2D LT K.T.VEY P, m'A'TON. 0555150. AUS, is granted a gk Iv fo r thirty 
(30) dr.ys, off 24 i :ar 45. ~~~^ 



Sgt Paul H. iTäcTarier 
Pvt Ch'.rle s A. Ha man 
Pfc Henry F. I'"ahrjiey 

Tee 5 And r 07/ l'udery 
Pfc Alexander L. Balogh 



/AGF ) 



7. Pvt Gabriel R. lüiesse Jr, 35296592, (liOS 504), Inf Unasg^; no\7 PTH, 
is reld fr r.tohd unasgd Det of Pnts ard fr further obsn and treatnent at this 
G?I, is trfd to atchd unasgd Det of Pnts, Y/akonan Gen and Conv Hosp, Cp a.t'cer- 
bury, Ind, RUa to the CO thereof for further obsn, treatmunt and disposition, 

':!F c/a 24 Mar 45 acconpanicd by tho fcl naned EM, Det MD, this GH, as attendants; 

Pfc Josse E. Riggle 35694356 

Pfc Dale R. Richnond 35'> 62080 

UG'TDY Pfc Richinond v.äil rex perm stsa.^i^. tnreo (o) day dolay onrt rctg thic C-H 
is atzd pfc Riggle. EDCi R 25 Mar 45. UP xJl 30-2215 Qi.T. TCT. PCS. TDN. 501-31 
P431-02 ..212/50425 and 501-1 P43 2-0 2 ..212/50425. • (ixuthj See I per 3b Y.nD Cir 
347 dtd 25 ..ug 4i and RxJ) SGO ITash DC dtd 20 Mar 45.) 

8. Pvt Francis J. Lusc-n, 33186849, (MOS 189), Engrs Unasgd (.iSF), noiT 
PTH/ is reld fr atchd unasgd Det of pnts and fr furthor^obsn and treatment at • 
this GH, is trfd to Pers.Ctr Rec Str , Ft Dix NJ, \JT o/a 26 Mar 45 RUA to the 

CO thereof for processing and rcasgmt UP See VI ''.TD Cir 282, 44, for med dy DPO. 
EM v/ill spond für at Lost Creek, Pr.. EDCi R 27 Mar 45. LT .H 30-2215 QflT. TCT. 
PCS. TDN. 501-1 P431-02 ;.212/50425. (Au:h: See VI p-r Ib -."D Cir 282 dtd 7 Jul 
44 and See IV par 3d ".TD Cir 329 dtd 10 Aug 44.) 

BY ORDER OF COLONEL OSTRANDER: ' 



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OFFICIAL*: 



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K. S. PIilddTT, • 
Ist Lt, MAC, 
i^djutant» 



DISTRIBUTION: 



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Ko S. PIGGOTT, 
Ist Lt, MuiC, 
Adiutant. 



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ARMY SSRVICE FORCES 
IVew York Port of Embarkation 
Camp Kilmer 
New Brunswick, New Jersey 



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14 March 1945 



SPECIAL ORDERS) 



NIMBER 



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4. O's and EM listed on the atchd Transfer List No, 36, which is an 
integral part of this Order^ reld fr atchd unasgd Detaohment of Patients, Sta 
nosp, this Sta, trfd via Govt and/or commercial heated T to 2d SvC Hosp Tn, 
thence to the hospitals indicated above their names, WP thereto 15 Mar '45 for 
further obsn and treatment, EDCbüRi dtites indicated on Transfer List. 

TO will furn nee T. TDN, 501-31 P 433-02 A 212/50425. 501-1. P 432-02 
509-905 P 470-03 2152409, No por diem is atzd for that portion of the journey 
that troop mess cars are provided. 

Auth: Par 4a (2) AK 40-600; TWX M^O SGC Wash DG, SP!\/IDD-DR 395, 13 Mar »45. 




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BY ORDER OF COLONEL RlTLEDGEs 






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Captain, Transportation Corps, 
Acting Adjutant. 



JE3SE A VOLK 
Captain, Transportation Corps, 
Acting Adjutant. 



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Camp Kilmer 
New Brunswick, New Jersey 

14 March 1945 
TRMSF5R LIST No. 36 (par 4 SO 69 this m dated 14 March »45) 
-./[ain 8189 

Shipt 126KM to : BORDEN GEIISRAL HOSPITAL, CHICKASHA, OKLA 
(Arr Continental US 9 Mar 45 j WOliB 18 Mar 4 5 

Pvt Jack P Doyle 33038727 : Pvt Charles R Duffey 33431505 

Pfc Robert L Scott 33561492 ; Cpl Julian Mason 34233i;40 



Shipt 152m to : O^RSILLY GSNBRAL HOSPITAL, SPRINGFIELD, MO 
(Arr Continental US 9 Mar 45j 3DGMR 17 Mar 45 

Pfc Edward E Evans 37722930 : Pvt Erwin B Hoff 37637681 

Cpl Richard I Lone 3737 9493 : Pvt Raymond Pronold 36832880 

Pfc Edward C Miller 36810646 : Ist Lt EUISR J PRIEBE 01316668 



Shipt 196KM to 
(Arr Continental US 12 
Pvt James R Fendley 
Pvt Vern J Roberts 
Ct)1 Alfred J Kilian 
Pvt Lest er L Johnson 
Pfc Feliciano Vigil 
Tee 5 Orman D Edwards 
Sgt John M Schober 
Pfc Fred J Daniel 
Pvt Victor M Yturralde 
Pvt Belisario H Marin 

Pfc 



MCCL0SK3Y GENERAL HOSPITAL, TSMPLE, TEXAS 
Mar 45j ' EDCJH 18 Mar 45 

Cpl J©seph E Dünn 
Cpl Billy T Robinson 
Pvt Robert S Snider 
Sgt Charles C Kent 
Ist Lt DS7EY COWLING JR 
Pvt James F Massey 
Pvt Jose Lcngoria 
Tee 5 Harold Greenhaw 
Pfc Richard D Rodgers 
Pfc Mitchel M St Julien 
38276552 



38533513 : 

38345653 : 

38094933 : 

38684165 : 

38584228 : 

34176192 : 

16102571 : 

38608738 : 

38578332 : 

38561582 : 
Lowell G Adams 



18168611 
6959959 
38697568 
18074066 
01178110 
38688228 
38561866 
62 97080 
38368606 
14010962 



Shipt 172KM to : BORDEN GBNE R/iL HOSPITAL, CHIGI^.^.SK.'UV, OKLA 
(Arr Continental US 12 Mar 45) 
Pvt Warren B Pluff Jr 328482 77 
Pfc Roy C hicks 6365988 

Pfc John F Ledwith 33560464 

Ist Lt WALTSR S MILLER 0315344 



EDCLffi 18 Mar 45 
Tee 5 Serafino A Tucci 
Ist Lt ROBERT W MC C/JITNSY 
Pfc Sheldon E Savage 
Pfc Anthony J Carton 



33051807 
01298260 
33767640 
37414866 



Shipt 202KM to 
(Arr Continental US 12 
Sgt Isiah Jefferson 
Sgt Stanley J Mowocin 
Pfc Harry 3 Leach 
Sgt Ai'lo J Brodersen 
Sgt Arthur L Bush 
Tee 5 Leo H Jacob 
Tee 4 Glenn S Smith 
Pvt Asa C Caops 



: O^RBILLY GENERAL HOSPITAL, SPRINGFISLD, MO 
Mar 45; ' ^ 



34481489 
36704119 
38297468 
37306078 
17006904 
39532126 
37660762 
37693643 



SDCia 17 Mar 
S/Sgt Clyde Allen 
Pfc Harold L '/»finner 
Pfc James L Resmussen 
Pvt Charles T Phinney 
Pfc Michael L LaRussa 
Pfc Carroll F Tidwell 
S/Sgt Garland E Macy 
Pfc Howard C Schmitz 



MO 
45 



36050336 
37679705 
20708495 
37638685 
37622873 
37236091 
17162260 
3672 9689 



HZ. 



fein 8190 



Shipt 153IÜ;I to 
(Arr Continental US 9 
Pfc Elbert C Warren 
Pvt Donald S Smith 
2d Lt ORVILLE A EARL 
Pfc ^Yilbert R Schroeder 
Pvt Charles M Cochran 

Shipt 203KL1 to 
(Arr Continental US 12 
Pvt Leonard D Conway 
S/S^*t Benjamin F Pietak 
Pfc Joseph W Orobona 
Pvt Frederick D Shaw 
S/Sgt Louis D Udvari 
S/Sgt Charles A Morris 
Pvt William L 0»Toole 
Pfc Keith M Irvine 
Pfc Samuel Levin 



Mar 



PSRCY JONES GENERAL HOSPITAL, BAT TLS CREEK, MICH 



CMR 



35139658 
36460078 
01054972 
20631543 
15106309 



Pvt Maurice J Young 
Pfc Otto D Repohun 
Pfc Mark Krizman 
Cpl Willi e J Patter son 
Tee 5 Jewel M Mull ins 



RHO/J)S GENERiVL HOSPITAL, UTICA, TI 

EDCM 16 Mar 4 



Mar 45; 

12228012 
3203387L 
32299166 
12199981 
6949498 
32242459 
32798016 
42126701 
32 900305 



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RES 



-1- 

TRI 



S/Sgt William R Harper 
Cpl Tony S Paone 
Pfc Harry I 01s son 
Sgt Max Goldberg 
Cpl Alex Schoenfeld 
Pvt Theodore R Wilhoite 
Pvt Walter H Strakele 
Pfc Henry M Fairbanks 
Pfc Louis G Barbute 

C T E D 



16 Mar 45 
3 5043792 
36523245 
3 5154461 
37138128 
20746947 



32669165 

32661552 
32423762 
32876921 
32876048 
32971196 
42039448 
12139648 
20253415 






TOANSFSR LIST No. 36 (Par 4 



R3£TR I CTED 
SO 6^ this""K^ Tate3" 14 



Mar »4 5 ContM) 



2d Lt PAUL .A BCLLS^IR ACH 

■ 2d Lt ALB3RT A NST^YCÖMB JR 

■ Tee 3 Harold M King . 
Tee 5 James M Casey 
Sgt Roy E Bergstresser 
Sgt Frank J Mieöo 

• Sgt John Rudy .. •. 

S/Sgt Eli hu Eemdon 
Pvt Jol'in J Jezsu 
Pfc Louis Mardi 
S/Sgt William Semko Jr 
. pfc Donald W Gar tl and 
. , Pvt John H Lawrence ' 
•Tee 5 Michael Glickman 
Ffc David Trachtenberg 
Pvt »Viliiam H Van Korn 
Pfc iSlmer L Wallace • *• 
Tee 5 Samuel M Gulla 
Sgt Malcolm MePhee 



0870151 
0548696 
32359044 
32323452 
322,54 519 
42031006 
32193379 
12226034 
42068206 
32346476 
6947854 
3202 5670 
32989127 
32623209 
32944919 
32677790 
32933227 
3203O68Ö 
32809992 



Ist Lt [lARRYA.^ilTSSIDE 
Pvt Fred A Galabrese 
Pfc Alexander Sobczynski 
Pfc Anthony M Cafiero 
Pvt William A Myack 
Pfc Leonard J Marciniak 
Pvt John B Varrone 
Pfc Angelo V Gassarno 
Pvt Lawrence Aiken 
Cpi'jöhn-'H Brett 
Pfc Michael Corbett 
Sgt Thomas- J Duffy 
Pfc;Wilimon Gant 
Pvt Patrick A Guarino 
S/Sgt.. Gor den F Glifford 
Pfc -Robert G Lahdell 
Tee 4 Walter J Crowe 
Pfc Reginald N Falen 
Pfc Kenne th H Hawker 



Shipt 217KM to : AAF CONV HOSPITAL^ PLATTSBIIRG, IJY, 
(Arr Continental US 12 Mar, 46; ■ . : . 3DGI\^ 16 Mar 45 

Px^t Ted B Vvoodward 11072323 : Pvt Arthur Smith 

Tee 4 (Gerald Godbout 31047623 



01041684 
32989526 
20231218 
32093407 
32203301 
32 739910 
32197975 
32903184 
12004001 
12036426 
3262 5358 
32819051 
34522787 
4212 5668 
320012 50 
32737769 
12216069 
12043277 
42091885 



31092670 



Main 8192 



Shipt 185XM to : FLETCIi3R G 



(Arr Continental US 12 Mar 
Pvt Jos 



45T 



;NSFiALKOS?ITAL, CAMBRTDG3, OHIO 



eph G Jankas 
Sgt John Kromchak 
Pvt Zigmond A Mizejewski 
Tee 5 W A Carroll 
Sgt Vincent S Sachse 
Pvt Willard W White 
Pfc Richard C Stuck ^ 
Pfc Cletus M Kane . ' ' . 
Sgt John M Smith •- : 

Tee 5 Harold L Shutter 
Sgt Robert J Wilhelm " 
2d Lt 3AiMü5L S JAGOBS 
Capt LOUIS W BUCKAL3W JR 
2d Lt DAVID H fLA.RRIS 
Pvt Henry ? Benton 
Sgt Martin T Heacock 
Pvt Harold- W Brunkhorst 
Pvt Roger G Porter 
PfcThadeus C Rompala 
Tee 4 Robert C Giiroy 
Pvt Russell K Glenn 
Ffc Mortimer J Feuerstein 
Pfc Kenneth L Blodgett' 
Ffc Robert C Carman 
Pvt William D Luczon 
Pfc Harold R Rumfield 
Pvt Harold Shiomaker 
Pvt Floyd L Ranne s :. "; 
Tee 5 Truman P Br^uit 



35927015 

'32195578 
35309046 
3329342 5 
• 16006900 
131114 57 
55510193 
33167427 
■ 7022 106 
13047236 
33401016 
01310116 
00410154 
01304 721 
13016132 
33464934 
12203 916 
35021317 
33400866 
33401179 
42107582 
32258626 
20517859 
33433023 
.334622 76 
. , 32595859 
42087080 
• •; , 3 5222 801 
■■ ' . " 33152 686 : 
Sgt John B Mattern 



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'^Cm 17 Ar 
Pvt Joseph R Hunt 
. Pvt Mars hall' Keliey 
Cpl Nich A Novitsky 
Pfc William H McGonigal 
Tee- 5 James E Gel her t 
Pvt JovSrph J Reap 
Pfc Jolin; F I.IcCracken 
Pfc Jay S Katz 
Pf c ' Joiin • P " Garvin' 
Pfc Justin P Barchfeld 
Gapt. PHILIP SMITH 
2d Lt,HARV3Y ? KST'^jTON 
CWO WILLI AIvI D JOYCE 
Tee 4 Anthony F Basile 
o^t Edward H.Brooks 
• Pfc John C Brady 
Tee 5 Dom in ick P Biancamano 
Tee '5 Joseph L Garland 
Pvt Harold H Gregory 
Pfc Howard 3 Alccrn 
Pf Ow' Farnum G ■ Brundage Jr 
Pvt Alfred Zaffaroni 
Pfc Joseph G Öpdenaker 
Pvt ehester F Kowalski 
Pvt. Willi e 3 Parrish 
Pvt Richard:.. L Manning; 
.Sgt John Kodaek 
Pvt Joseph P Gusten 
Pvt Joöeoh' A, Orleans 
33116366 



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35346146 

12072326 

35393373 

33620031 

33265082 

33844 999 

13152280 

33233091 

32914021 

33693437 

0453 749 

0555150 

W210e612 

32590553 

36279524 

32388.777 

32 768044 

33399371 

.3384.5060 

33431114 

42118384 

3392 8491 

33778998 

33023630 

15073865 

.14049926 

.33241068 

33668187 

35315685 



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Shipt 9510,1 to 
(Arr Continental US 3 
Pvt Isaiah Legg",ett 
Pf c Norman W ^Yalzer 
Pvt John 3 Divinsky 
Pvt Thom.as D %ers 
Fvt William P Lewis 
Pfc James Wilson 
Pvt Merrill D Allard 



: FLSTCHER GBl^ISRAL HGSPIT.iL, .CiUlBRID 
Mar 45} 



Üb, 



OHIO 



■ :^Cl.^ 17 Mar 45 
S/Sgt Lewis 'NLay ton ■ 
Sgt Raymond A Braun 
Pvt Siebert G- Gilliland 
Sgt John P Seman 
Pfc .Robert F Pugh 
T/Sgt Dale Williams 



33589738' 

35236213 

35228172 

354083 98 

35917789 

5 5324222 

35073425 : Pfc William J Sutherland 

-2- 
RE3TRICT3D 



32595201 
35126516 
35398044 
15010112 
35296231 
35227185 
35614 53 9 



RES£RICTED 
TRANSFER LIST No* 36 (Par 4 SO 69 this iS" dated 14 Mar »45 Cont'd) 

Shipt 51KM to : FLETCKgR GENSRAL HOSPITAL, CMBRID^r^, OHIO 
(Arr Continental. US 24 Feb 45) "l EDCIvIR 17 Mar 45 

I Pvt Vernon Harmon 35115056 

Shipt 182 KM to : ENGLAND GENSRAL HOSPITAL, ATLANTIC CITY, NJ 
(Arr Continental US 12 Mar 45; EDC]\'IR 15 Mar 4b 

Pvt George Freeman 42047089 : Pvt Charles Lombarde 32985617 

ARC Harry A Abbott ARC 11831 : Pvt Arthur F Gigetis 32828800 

Tee 5 Howard S Thompson 12079772 : Tee 4 Anthony Lanza 32115184 



Main 8196 " 

Shipt 214KIVI to : AAF REGIONAL cz CONV HOSP, UlMa, BSACH, FLA 
(Arr Continental US 12 Mar 45j "^ EDC.MR 17 Mar 

Cpl Harry 3 Patterson 15019568 : Gpl Alfred L James 

Cpl Warren G Shelton 33264110 : Pfc Fred Jonns 

Cpl Jack S Leibmann 14085601 : Pvt Shaw H Ward 

M/Sgt Mark A Brazell 14057864 



45 
34399474 
34406809 
33662262 



Shipt 220KM to : /JiF COW HOSPITAL , ST PETERSBURG, FLA 



(Arr Continental US 12 Mar 



Pvt Eugene I Swauger 
Pfc Charles Johns Jr 
Pvt George Bertrand 



39251243 
34813947 
38186417 



Pvt Burnell Heatly 



EDOIvIR 17 Mar 45 
Ist Sgt Thomas B Arnold 
Cpl Charlie T Haller 
Pfc James W Hawkins 
38498637 



20445217 
38233854 
14151901 



Shipt 151KM to : OLIVER GENSRAL HOSPITAL, AUGUST /\, GA 
(Arr Continental US 9 Mar~45l 3DCim 17 Mar 45 

iPvt Garfield Hatheock 34851157 : Pvt David Stewart 



33545567 



Shipt 2 01KlvI to 
(Arr Continental US 12 
Pvt Ernest Hicks 
Tee 5 James W Gloninger 
Pvt Ollie A Ba3S Jr 
Tee 4 Marvin C Williams 
S/ogt Eimer T Cardwell 
Pvt RaL ph R Xnowles 
Pvt Shuford F Brewer 
Pfc Joe B Campbell 
Tee 5 Willie K Kirkpatrick 
Pvt Aaron Cooper 
Ist Lt WILLIiiM 'E BRACKETT 
Pvt Thomas ß Johnson 
Sgt Staff ord H MacArthur 
Pvt Are hie G Clayton 
Pvt John A Fogle 
S/Sgt Joseph H Whiehard 
Pvt James I Hooks 



OLIVSR GE^I SRAL HOSP ITAL, AUGUSTA, GA 
4F} 



Mar 



34571771 
14109917 
34678039 
33202982 
33095679 
34306569 
34851896 
34962878 
14032 751 
34673434 
JR 043 98 95 
3485442 7 
34842175 
34968442 
34848616 
14034817 
34864391 



WCivIR 17 Mar 4 5 
Pvt John H Debruhl 
T/Sgt Herman C Price 
M/Sgt Claude T Thompson 
Pfc Irvin Needum 
Tee 5 Laddie Wilson 
Pfc William T Windows 
Pvt Walter Chambers 
Pvt Robert H Tifilliamson 
Pvt Bertram M Garrett 
Ist Lt J/uvlES C EPPS 
Pfc James T Cantrell 
Pvt Stanley C Willard Sr 
Pvt Willie Moody 
Pfc Jay T Huitt 
Pfc Howard A Goins 
Pvt William E Mack 
Pvt Eugene W' Mazzell 



34846785 
34658018 
13018171 
33204818 
34031583 
34434369 
34672394 
14148380 
34864139 

0460107 
34591803 
33516531 
34931049 
34777194 
34438245 

7001379 
34517831 



Shipt 2 07KM to : VALLEY FORGS GEN 
(Arr Continental US 12 Mar 45} 



BRAL HOSPITilL, PHOBNIZVILLB, PA 

'SDC}M 15 Mar 



1" 



T/Sgt James B ijouglass 

pfc John H Gr:^.:-;uTTi 

Pvt Pineus P 

Ist Lt WILB 

Ist Sgt John 

Ist Lt ROBERT 

S/Sgt Victor E Bibro 

Tee 5 Norman M Merksamer 

Pfc Dominick Pellicane 

Pvt William L Louden 

Pvt John Grzelak 



-Vholtz ■ 
L^TE/J)WiN 
^c\^ashalski 

M.'.NEY 



13081869 
33657174 
32988624 
0155'^536 

6872:-.':^ 
07e'5r/V 
13 004 J 3 i 
322^:6835 
1200742 8 
33297869 
32997105 



Pfc 
Pfc 

Pvt 
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Pvt 
Pfc 
pfc 
Pvt 
Sgt 
Pvt 
pfc 



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S/Sgt James Smith 



George E Burns 
Harry D Trace Jr 
Oren D Fryer 
Joseph Ramos 
Leo Chandler 
Melvin R Hayes 
Louis Gioia 
Furman B Crumpton 
Floyd M Jones 
Lee G Bailey 
iUithony R Sinko 
33657656 



45 

33281869 
33502676 
33940000 
32691534 
15014773 
33715170 
42031839 
6929872 
34491036 
34212999 
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Shipt 1551^1 to 



(Arr Continental 9 Mar 

Pvt William D Rogers 



VALLEY FORGE GENSRAL HOSPITAL, PHOENIXVILLE, PA 
45) 



EDGIvIR 15 Mar 45 



33104671 



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Transfer List ilo. 35 (Par 4 SO 69 ASF, KYP^, CP KILI^iSR 1<IJ 14 Mar 45) Ccnt'd. 



Main Ho. 8193 

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Shipt 190KM to : KENLIEDY G£IT}i]RAL HOSPITAL. MEMPHIS« TEM 



(Arr Continental US 12 Mar 45) 
Pvt Harnion Butler 35839929 
Pvt Nathaniel McCoy 
Pvt Robert N Dale 
Pf c Panl D V/ilkes 
Pvt Thomas L Hart 
Pvt Leo I Cheers 
Pf ö John Lisle 
Pvt Theodore J IlcCracken 
Pf c Raymond B Selig 
Pvt Claude H Yoder 
Pf c Carrell S Hartley 
Pf c G-rady E Mcree 
Pvt Nick Klyaic 
Pf c Elliott C Polk 
Sgt liCrvin Miller 
Pf c Eimer L Butler 
Ist Scr^t Hont G-ibson Jr 
Pf c Bernard H Kachmacies 
2d Lt JOmT S SVJIPT 
Pvt :rdv;ard L l'oclford 
Pvt l'alter L Lxicas 
Pvt Delbert L Sorf^ 
Pf c Troy C Andrew 
Pvt Charles M Sandusky 
Pfc Williajn D Miller 
Pf c William B Hatten 
Pvt Vfilliam Jolinson Jr 
Pvt Leslie G- Hitchens 
Pvt Ered H ITeal 
Pvt 7jrnest A Hermann 
Pvt Vir.cil Kinder 
Pfc Hardin C G-oodman 
Pvt Buster Deaton 
Pvt Jossie R Hall 
Pfc Henry G Stark 
Pfc Clay Cheate 
Pvt V/illiam L Davis 
Sgt Hershel I» Morrison 



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37377389 

33631594 

35245834 

34041 5^2 

35667789 

35071549 

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;^6550563 

36475546 

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34650863 

34187278 

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15056963 

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0537279 

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36785549 

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35678105 

35683467 

36947583 

34724400 

35065569 

2^*4P00-^0 

35479383 

1504^.424 

34904345 

35044763 

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34888367 

35449674 



5/ Sgt aiöcneii o 
Pfc Ru"ben Still 



Main ITo. 8194 



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A'isumiersKi iDUUc^Uftr: xec o xvooei'ü 



34092370 



EDCMR 16 M 
Pvt Buford Price 
Pfc Irving Rozalgky 
Tee 4 Griffin D Sullivan 
Pvt Douglas L Rickman 
Pvt Ernest Humes 
S/Sgt Rupert S Boone 
S/Sgt Carl G- Hodges 
Pvt Claude M Napier 
Pvt Wilbur L Seilers 
Pfc Samuel D Thomas 
Sgt Ernest Austin 
Tee 4 Herbert Rhodman 
T/Sgt Eloyd K Wight 
Pvt James S Suiter 
Capt DANIEL V/ MSREDITH Jr 
Pfc Virgil J Salvo 
Pfc John J Baker 
MaJ DANIEL IT PIOIOR 
Ist Lt OPA. Vr EAYxES 
S/Sgt Edwin P Richardson 
Cpl Paul A Todd 
S/Sgt Herma,n E Alberico 
Tee 5 Carl R Alexander 
Sgt Casmer Makoski 
Pvt Albert A Lambert -■ 
Pvt James I Duerson 
Pvt Charles N Derjaw ■•;, 
Pvt Robert E Farris 
Ffc Saul Campbell 
Pvt Bradley Hei ton 
-?fr^ Eddie L Ln.n3ford 
i'f c Ward C Cherry 
Pvt V/illiam G Burns 
Pvt Virgil R Sc?iV/findt 
S/Sgt Paul S Longenbaugh 
Pvt Ar los' C Conlsy 
Pvt Paul R Boggs 
Pfc Kenneth W Eranks 



VJT 



xixiieim 



S/Sgt 



James 



A-Tarbett 



ar 45 

35458116 

15133382 

33455015 

36782388 

35265318 

34490448 

13034881 

35808983 

36567366 

35716504 

36775710 

35800923 

16016478 

35834181 

0265434 

34-^96378 

34900701 

0307997 . 

0402777 

15063783 

34S05993 

36370896 

34711653 

35309480 

1310^1584 

35101110 

3473-^052 

34193''^15 

35464583 

35085988 

35264058 

348S7§84 

35446301 

36982637 

36053685 

35-^34271 

35507469 

35809564 

XüUXXOO*i 

33724603 



Pvt Charles R Webster 36774G12 



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. (Arr Continental US 
Sgt Hernard j ilowak ' 
Ist Sgt Otis B Scott 
Pvt Konneth E Miller 
Pfc Arnold ":1 Pelto 
Pvt Jarnos E Yerian 
Pfc Monroe Heade 
Pfc Robert L ITeal 
Pfc V/illiam :^ Helvey'" 
Ist Lt PHILLIP G GERRERE 
Sgt Harry '.^ Diehl 
Tee 4 Michael Kupec 
Cpl Michael Kauza 
S/Sgt Albert J Schneider 
Pf c Hich Botsko 
Cpl Donald J Engle 
Pfc Armon E Scherreik 
Pvt Charleß A aoetz 
Pvt Kendricic A MacDonald 
Pvt Robert J Dykes 
Pvt Lee H Sechler 
Tee 5 Ifilliam J "Dailey 



Shi-ot 176^ to : CR I LE CEinmAL HOSPITAL, OL:oYBLA.\T) . OIHO 



12 Mar 45) 

35028685 



35003387 
35874343 
36840318 
35219088 
35613622 
35610395 
■35434890 
01895818 
35220528 
35057863 
35312950 
35003889 
35587473 
35230660 
35626934 
15140680 
16150.552. 
36877616 
35828030 
35913555 



EDCMR 16 Mar 45 
Pvt James ClaTk' 35416237 



Pfc Harold K Mapatt 
T/Sgt August '•: ^.-Tiley 
Pfc Ployd' S 1/estcott 
Pvt Joseph J Skogzen 
Ist Lt I^TORGN. Hi-rüRLEY 
Pfc V/illiam R Mapes 
Ist Lt 'DAVID S -SEAHLES 

Pfc Charles M Tron 
Pvt Raymond G Risch 
Tee 5 Alvin R Bierman 
Pfc Leo (x Bishop 
Pvt Kenneth LJunk •• 
Pvt Robert L Crpuch ;* " 
Pvt Eimer Imöl ' 
Sgt Arliss J Stephens 
Pfc Ernest B'Canada 
Tee 4 William Swartz 

■*-■*' • ■ - • 

Pfc James S Zimmerraan 
Pvt John Bondra 
S/Sgt Edward M Lukanec 
Pvt John W Mahoney 35869601 
— 4 -^ 



35461157 

35839713 

16177038 

35242863 

01285978 

12214497 

0823715 

35458388 

35084408 

35308817 

35S02133 

33753533 

15055089 

35768585 

35920234 

35459954 

36893017 

35610801 

684S227 

15070180 




'■S ' 



R E S T R I G T E D 



HEADQUARTERS 15TH HCßFITAL CENTER 



yt 



SUBJBCT: Evacuation Orders No. 58. 



ATD 63 

27 February 1945 



!• Under the authority of Ltr, '\D.A,G.O., AG 704.11, ^'Frocedure for Evacua- 
tion of Fatients from Overseas Commands", dated Ö June 1944, nd letter Hc. SOS, 
ETOUSA (AG 704,1 LTGA), dated 3 June 1944, as amaided, and the provisions of par . 2, 
AR 40-600, the named patients, now awaiting evacu^ition to the U. S,, are relieved 
from present attachment or assignment to the detachment of patients of US Arny Hosr- 
ital Flant No. indiccited opposite their names and will be moved to a Medical Instcd- 
lotion in the United Stabes, to be named by indorsement to this order by the cominand- 
ing general of the port or airfield at v\äich the patients are debarked: 



5 

5 



Rank or 
Grade 

Maj 
Capt 
Capt 
Ist Lt 
Ist Lt 
2d Lt 
2d Lt 
2d Lt 
S Sgt 
S Sgt 
S Sgt 
S Sgt 
Sgt 

Sgt \ 
Sgt 
Sgt 

;S£t 

•cpi 

.Cpl 
'Tec^5 

Tee 5 

Ten ■' 

Tee 
Fic 
Ffc 
Ffc 
Ffc 
Ffc 
Ffc 
Ffc 
ffc 

Ffc 

Ffc 

Ffc 

Pfc 

Ffc 

Pfc 

Ffc 

Ffc 

Ffc 

Ffc 

Ffc 

Ffc 

Ffc 

Ffc 

pfc 

ffc 

Pfc 

Fvt 

P\'t 



Name 

FIC KAR, Daniel N. 

FERRY, Arvel'H. 

SIIBERT, Nathan E. 
, GRAVIS, Robert M. 
' MILLER, "^alter S. 

MEYER, 'Eugene J. 

NE'.^ON, Harvey P. 

''/ARD, Frencis R. 

FRYS; Ralph J^ 

LAMB, Joe H, 

RICH/JlDSa\I, Edwin 

STRATTON, Ralph M. 

BC'TELHO, James A. 

BOYD, Henr^' A, 

KORNSTEIN ^ George J. 

LAFSERITI, Simon F» 

OFIFARI, Dominic L. 

DE^TAR, Stephen A. 

SUTTON, Frank K. 

GP.irrFlL, Lest er M. 

KOZAR^ George Jr. 
'fARKKR, Charles E. 
^^ILHEUI, Robert G.« 
ASADORIJiN, Berj H. ^ 
BELMCNT, Floyd J. 
BRUCE, John A. • 
BUTLER, Eimer Li - 
CAliPBELLi Joe B» 
CAMTBELL, J. E. 
CAlvFBELL, Russell S. 
CLEM, Shearl 'u 
DW^LLIEOIO, Angeilo 
GLICKMAN, I^rvin E. 
GOOlCiR, V/illiam H. • 
GREBIE,*Roy J. 
HUBERT > Robert * 
IRVINE, Keith lU 
KOSTER, John G. 
KRULL, George 
KUR.FESKI, Stepheh J4 
LEVDnI, Sr.muel 
1;L\LIN0^'^SKI, ehester F 
i:^\RTINi Clifford 0. 
lü REE, Grady E. 
IIÖRVILLC, Ighatious J 
FOIK, Elliott C. 
TURNER, Giles M. B. 
^.'.-ORRALL, Kenneth S. 
ARRINGTON, Faul D. 
B^aCZAK, Stanley J. 





MOS 


Arm or 




Type 


Hosp ital 


ASN 


No^ 


Service 


Class 


Gas 


Plant No. 


A R M Y 






, 






0-307997" 




MC 


III 


NB 


4152 


O-I322/1O4 




Inf 


III 


B 


4147 


0-472461 




MG 


IV 


NB 


A153 


0-1280813 


• 


FD 


•IV 


NB 


4148 


0-315344 




Inf 


IV 


NB 


U1UB 


0-440487 




Inf 


IV 


NB 


4148 


0-555150 




Inf 


IV 


B ■' 


4:44 


0-1313330 




Abn Inf 


III. 


B 


4152 


3606311/i, 


653 


Inf 


III 


B 


4152 


39271266 


Unk 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


414 8 


15063783 


504 


Inf 


'IC 


B 


4153 


20720576 


745 


Inf 


IV 


B 


4152 


31303479 


Unk 


Inf 


IC 


B 


4148 


13091367 ' 


Unk 


Prcht InflV 


B 


■ 4152 


32093059 


653 


Inf 


III 


B 


a52 


3IOÖ7766 


653 


Inf 


III 


B 


4152 


36U5651 


Unk 


Inf 


III 


'•NB 


4152-.. 


• . 33492955 


Unk 


QMC 


IV 


NB 


4148 


39722386 


059 


GE,' • 


^ IC. , . 


B 


4153 


39269^9 


776 


Cav 


III • 


B 


^ . 4 152 


33694919 


Unk 


AGD 


IV 


NB 


4148 


7023486 


345 


AGD 


IC 


^NB 


4153 


15011364 


733 


Inf 


III 


B 


4152 


3290214I 


745 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4148 


42018677 


745 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4153 


38370778 


Unk 


Inf 


III 


B 


4152 


35611031 


: 745 


Armd Inf 


III 


B 


4152 


34962878 > 


745 


Inf 


IV 


NB 


4148 


34606996 


022 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4148 


. 35338989 


345 


Inf 


IV 


NB 


a48 


■-•36685505 


Unk 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4153 


• 32771235 


745 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4153 


36802878 


Unk 


Inf . 


• III 


NB 


4152 


35101648 


Unk 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4153 


34779542 


Unk 


Inf 


IV 


NB 


4148 


33795662 


745 


Inf 


IC 


B 


^4153 


■ 42126701 


675 


Inf 


IV ' 


B •' 


4148 


.. •. 34978138 


Unk. 


Inf 


IC • ••• 


NB 


4153 


. 37447027 


Unk 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4153 


31429939 : 


745 


Inf 


III- 


B 


4152 


3.29CO305 


Unk 


Inf ; 


IV 


NB 


4148 


,420911/^7 • 


Unk 


Arnd F 


IC 


NB 


4148 


36ÖÖ3654." 


Unk 


Inf .. ' 


III 


B 


4152 


-^=4516069 


675 


Inf ' 


IV 


B 


- 4152 


42O61343 


Unk 


Inf .; 


IG 


NB 


4148 


34658863 


Unk 


Inf 


IV 


B 


4152 


38342321 


Unk 




IC 


NB ■ 


4148 


• . 336I9264 


Unk 


Abn Inf 


III 


B 


4152 


■ 3-5 2/, 588 2 


Unk 


Inf , 


IC ■ 


NB 


4153 


33714622 


745 


Inf 

* 


IC 


NB 


4348 


RESTRICl 


; E D 


' 


•■ 


• 





Evac 'Orders No, 58^ Hq 15 th Hosp 
Rank' or ■- 

Grade 'Name ' " 



G T E D 

U S Army, 27 Feb 194 5. 

MOS Arm or 

No. Service Class 



Pvt 
Pvt 
Fvt 
Pvt 
Fvt 

rvt 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Pvt 

pvt 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Fvt 

Pvt 

Fvt 

Fvt 

Fvt 

Fvt 

Pvt 

Pvt 

P\'t 

pvt 

Pvt 

Tee 5 

Fvt 



B/ilONI, Arthur M. ' 
BERR'iM, Russell L. 
BRO"'N, EasGom 0. 
COCUZZA, Joseph S. 
DEFUTY, James R. 
DRAVING, Darr eil E. 
ELLIOTT, Joseph 
H/^DF^TY, Carleton L. 
HEL^ß, 'Russell C.. 
HOUffiS, Harry H. 
ISLAND, Donald 
KIVISTO, -Stanley W, * 
KRESSLEY, GoDrge E. 
LEE, Leo !• 
l!i\LO^JE Loyd 
MC CLe/jiY> Richard 
m JIANANA ,, David ¥• 
MONI, Leo • . •■ ' 
MUELLER, Robert J. 
PALAZZCLO, Domini c F. 
SA:.T)EY, Rolland K, •' 
SGHNEI]EH, Robert R/. 
S^.'jEENY, Charles T.' 
^TEST, Arthur '■ 
!7ILLI/iMSCN, Robert. H. 
ZM.iERM/.N, Rob:ert W. 



R E S T R I 
Gen, A'FO 63, 

ASN ______ 

A R M Y 

13059971 Unk Armd F 

42073237 745 Inf 

.'3Ö 5 5833 5 Unk Prcht 

4 2144 Ö4 7 Unk Inf 

35006382 824 Armd F 

35092363 ,504 Inf . 

36151095 Unk Inf 

36584355 74 5 Inf 

37683357 Unk Inf 

.33412667 531 Inf 

37482845 504 Inf 

37569862 504 Inf 

23836O46 Unk Inf 

39.923137 Unk Armd F 

. 37631698 745 Inf 

335 13 801 745 Inf 

7020517 Unk MD 

13098551 Unk Inf 

3 592 5813 055 Inf 

35882685 Unk Inf ^ 

39028550 699 I^'ID .■ 

' 313 660 87 745 Inf 

/ 313 764s 5 Unk Inf-, 

'37332749 339' •. CE •• 

1M48380 607 Inf^ 

• '20648717 345 Inf 



(Cont 'd) 
Type Hospital 
Gas Plant No 



MONTGOMERY, Lawrence H. (N)35899030 . Unk Q^^ 
LO'JE, Earl (N) * 38367272 Unk QÄO 



III 
IC 
Inf III 
IC 
IV 
IC 
IV 
III 
IV 
IG- 
IC 
III 
IC 
IC 
IC 
III 
IC 
IC 
IC 
IC 
IC 

: III 

-.111 
III 

IV 
IC 

IC 
IC 



NB 

NB 

B 

NB 

B 

NB 

m 

B 

BIB 

NB 

m 

B 

NB 

NB 

NB 

B 

NB 

NB 

NB 

NB 

NB 

B 

B 

NB 

NB 

NB 

NB 
NB 



4152 
4148 
4152 
4148 
4148 
4148 

kim 

4152 

4152 

4140 

4153 

4152 

4148 

4148 

4148 

4152 

4148 

4148 

4148 

4148 

4153 
4152 
4152 
4152 
4152 
4153 

4148 
4148 



2. Travel will be by- military, naval or co -belli gerent vessel; or military 
or commercial aircraft. • 

3. A per diem of seven dollars'($7.00) is authorized officers while travelling 
outside the conti nmta 1 limits of the United States except vhen subsisted on an army 
transport ;.or otherwise, at- govcrnment expense. 

4. Enlisted personnel are authorized monetary travel allowances und er the ^ 
provisions of AR 35-4520, 24 Feb 1943,^* as amended, for such time as is appropriate. 

5. Correspondents and' publishers mll be notified to discontinue mailing letters 
ard publicatLons until they' receiVe notification of new address. 

* 

6. Information conceming ^Tar Der^rtment, Army or personal activities. of a • 
military nature mthin this theater will not be discussed in private or in • public 

ard v/ill not be disclose'd.by means of newsrapers, magazines, books, lectures or ri:dic 
or any other method, without prior 'clearance throu^h the War Department Bureau of 
Public Rel.?.tion.s or the appropriate rublic Relations Officers of Army installations. 

7. TGNT. TDN. PCS. 6Ö-135-F :431-t)2, 03 , O4, 07, 08 A 232/50425, 

'By Order of Colonel STANLEY: ' ., 



F K L/iWORD 
Capt MiiC 
Adj 



OFFIG lAL: , ' 




F K LA^'FCRD Cc'- 'J^'^^ 


.j 


Capt LL'iC -^ 




•Adj 


: ■ -2- 




• • £ EST R I C T E D 



A 



1/^ 



R E S T R I C T E D ' 
Evac Orders No. 5S, Hq 15th IIosp Goi, AFÜ Wy U S Army, 27 Feb 1%5. (Cont'd) 



DISTrjBUTION: 



2-TAG 



2-CGi ETOUSA, AFO 8Ö7 . 

2-Kq, ETOUSA, AFO ^o? (Att: OffiGcrs' Branch, AGO) 

2-Hq, ETCUSA, AFO Ö87 (Att: Enlisted Branch, AGO) . 

2-Centr?a Record? Errnch, Cc-sur.lty Divsion, AGO, Hq, ETOUSA, AFO ^^( 

l^Office of the Surgcon, Hq, UK Br.sG, A-O 413 (Att: Evacuation Branch) 
15-Base Transport^^tion Office, Hq, UK Base, AFO 413 (Att: Fassenger Br^^nch ) 

2-CG', United Kingdom Base, AFO 413 
40-00, Fort of F.nibc;rkation 

2-CO", Frcht Repl Regt, Frclib Seh, Ft Benning, Ga 

5-CO^ kikh US Army Hosp Plant 

5 -00^ 4147 US Army Hosp Flant • . 

5~C0 . 414Ö US Army Hosp Fla nt 

5-CO', 4152 US Army Hosp Flant 

5-CO, 4153 US Army Hosp Flant 

2-Train Comdr 

1-RTO 

2-Each of ficer paticnt 

2-Enclose Vvlth patients« records 

1-Evac k Rec Section 

l-File 

-> 
R E S T R I G T E D 



RESTRICTED 



■u- 



HEADQUARTERS 15TH HCßFITAL CENTIH 



SUBJBCT: Evacuation Orders No. 58, 



AFO 63 

27 February 1%5 



1. Under the authority of Ltr. ''.D.A.G.C, AG 704.11, ^'Frocedure for Evacua- 
tion of Patients from OversedS Conimands", dated Ö June 1944, nd letter Hc. SCß, 
ETOUSA (AG 704.1 LTGA), dated 3 Jiuie 1944, as amerided, and the Provision s of par. 2, 
AR 4O-6CO, the named patients, now awaiting evacuation to the U. S., are relieved 
from present attachment or assi^ment to the detachment of patients of US Arn^ Hosr- 
ital Plant No. indicdted opposite their names and will be moved to a Medical Insti^l- 
lötion in the United Stabes, to be named by indorsement to this Order by the command- 
ing general of the port or airfield at vvhich the patients are debarked: 



Rank or 
Grade 

Maj - 
Capt 
Capt 
Ist Lt 
Ist Lt 
2d Lt 
2d Lt 
2d Lt 
S Sgt 
S Sgt 
S Sgt 
S Sgt 
Sgt 
Sgt 
Sgt 
Sgt 

•cpi 

Cpl 
'Tee ^5 

Tee 5 
" Tee '5 



^ 

^ 



Tic 
Ffc 
Ffc 
Ffc 
Pfc 
Pfc 
Ffc 
pfc 

Pfc 
pfc 
pfc 
-Pfc 
pfc 
Pfc 
Pfc 
Pfc 
Pfc 
Pfc 
Pfc 
Ffc 
Pfc 
Pfc 
ffc 

rfc 

Pfc 
P-vt 

P\^t 



Name 
• 
PICKAR, Daniel N. 
PERRY, ArvoL H. 
SIIBERT, Nathan E, 
GRAVIS, Robert M, 
J^ILER, "^alter S.^ 
MEYER-, 'Eugene J, 
NF'.TON, Harvey P. 
'URD, Frencis R. 
FRYE; Ralph J^ 
LAMB,.Joe H, 
RICHARDSasf, Edwin 
STRATTON, Ralph M. 
EC'TELHO, James A, 
BOYD, Henry A. 
KORNSTEIN ^ George 'J. 
LAPSERITI, Simon F/ 
OFIPARI, Dominic L. 
DE^'Y.R, Stephen A. 
SUTTON, Frank K. 
aiir'FELL, Lest er M. 

KOZAR, George.Jj'. 
' PARKER, Charles E; : 
■r^rTTUTrTi\/r Pn'h<^-p+, n 



ASADORI/iN, Berj H. 
BELMONT, Floyd J .' 
BRUCE, John A.' 
BUTLER, Eimer L. 
CAl'IPBELL; Joe B. 
CAMFBELL, J . E. 
CA^rBELL, Russell S.' 
CLEM, Shearl -/. 
D^ALLIEGRO, Angel lo 
GLICKM/iN, Itervin E. 
GOOMER, "/illiam H. • ' 
GäiEHNE, Roy J. ' 
HUBEFtT> Robert 
mVINE, Keith M, . ' 
KOSTER, John G 4 
KRULL, George 
KURPSSKI, Stephm J, 
LE^/UnI, Samuel 
l^Ii^LINO^'.^SKI, ehester P. 
l!;\RTIN5 Clifford 0. 
IiC REE, Grady E. 
MCRVILLO, Ignatious J, 
FOLK, Elliott C. 
TURNER, Gil es M/ B. 
'•DRRALL, Kenneth S. 
ARRINGION, Paul D, 
B;J^.CZAK, Stanley J. 





MOS 


Arm 


or 


Type 


Hospital 


ASN 


No. 


Service Class 


Gas 


Plant No. 


A R M Y 












0-307997 




MC . 


III 


NB- 


4152 


0-1322404 




Inf 


• • III 


B 


. 4347 


0-472461 




MC 


IV 


NB 


4153 


O-I2ÖO8I3 




FD 


IV 


NB 


/,! 7, rt 


0-315344 




Inf 


IV 


NB 


4148 


0-440487 




Inf 


IV 


NB 


4I4Ö 


0-555150 




Inf 


IV 


B 


4144 


0-1313830 




Ahn 


Inf III; 


B 


4152 


3606311/11 


653 


Inf 


. III 


- B 


4152 .. 


• 39271266 


Unk 


Inf 


IC 


* NB 


4148 


15063783 


504 


Inf 


IC 


B 


4153 


20720576 


745 


Inf 


IV 


B 


.4152 :^ 


■ 31303479 


Unk 


Inf 


IG 


B 


4148 


13091367 


Unjc 


Prcht InflV 


B 


4152 


32893059 


.653 


Inf 


III 


B 


4152 


• •' 31007766 


653 


Inf 


III 


B 


4152 


36I4565I 


Unk 


Inf 


III 


NB 


4152 


• 3*3492955 


Unk 


QMC 


IV 


NB 


4I4Ö 


■ 39^22386 


059. 


CE 


IC 


B 


4153 


39269819 


776- 


Cav 


III 


B 


4152 


'33694919 


Unk 


AGD 


IV 


NB •• 


414Ö 


7023486 


345 


AGD 


IG 


NB' , 


4L53 


'15 011364 




Inf 


III 


B 


415^ 


•32982141 


lh5 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


414 Ö 


'42018677 


7A5 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4153' 


38370778 


Unk- 


Inf 


III 


B 


4152 


' 3'!>611031 


72^5 ' 


Armd 


Inf III 


B 


4152 


34962078 


745 


Inf. 


IV 


NB 


4I4Ö 


34606996 


022 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


414 Ö 


35338989 


345 


Inf 


IV 


NB • 


414.8 


36685505 


Unk ■ 


Inf 


. IG 


NB 


4153 


3^771235 


745' 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4153 


36802878 


•Uhk 


Inf 


III 


NB 


4152 


' 35101648 


Unk 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4153 


/■ 34779542 


.■Unk 


Inf 


rv 


NB 


414Ö 


337^5662 


'745. 


Inf 


IC 


.B 


4153 


42126701 


■675.. 


Inf 


IV ■ 


B 


4140 


3/1978138 


•Unk 


^Inf 


IC 


NB ■ 


4153 


• 37447827 


ünk ; 


Inf 


IC 


"NB 


il53 


■ JI429939 


745' 


"Ihf 


III 


B 


4152 


* 32900305 


Unk 


Inf 


IV 


NB' 


41^8 


420911^7 


Unk 


Atiid 


F IC 


NB 


' /,148 


*368Ö3654 


Unk: 


Inf-.- 


III 


B 


4152 


34516069 


675 


Inf 


......... IV ■• - 


• B •• 


•415 2 


4 206 134 3 


Unk 


Inf 


IG 


.NB 


414Ö 


34658863 


Unk 


Inf. 


• IV . 


B 


4152 


38342321 


Unk 




IC 


NB 


■ 414Ö 


336I9264 


Unk 


Abn 


Lnf III 


B 


4152 


35?45882 


Unk 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4153 


33714622 
-1- 

RESTRICT 


745 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


4^48 


. S D 








/ 



Evac Orders No. 5Ö, Hq 15 th Hos 
Rank or 
Grade Nanje 



Pvt 

Fvt 

Pvt 

Pvt, 

Pvt 

F^t 

Fvt 

Pvt 

Pv t ■- 

Pvt 

Fvt^ 

Pvt 

pvt. 

Pvt. 

Pvt 

Fvt 

Pvt 

Fvt 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Fvt. 

pvt 

Pvt 

P\'t 

pvt 

Pvt 



ßARONI> Arthur M. ' 
^ BERI/L^M/ Russell L. 
. BROJTN," EasGom 0. 

COCUZZA Joseph S. 
.DEFUTY/ James R. 

DRAVÜXJ, Darr eil E. 

ELliOTT, Joseph 

H/JIDESTY, Carleton l. 

HELMS, 'Russell C. 

HOUffiS, Harry H. 

ISLAND , Donald • ' 

KIVISTO, -Stanley W. /, 

KRES^IEY, GeDrge E. 
, LEE, Leo L. 

WÄXM Loyd 

MC CLe/jIY> Richard 

IID WMm-.^ David •?. 
. MONi; Leo-' .. . 

MJELLER, Robert J. 
.PALAZZOLO, Dominic F. 
' SA:.^EY, Rolland K. 

SG'HNEIHl, Robert R. 

■ S'.'.^MY, Charles T. 

■ ''•JEST, Arthur 
VJILLI/iMSCN, Robert H. 
ZBltiERlL'^.N, Robert W. 



MONTGOMERY, Lawrence H 



Tee 5. . ' 

=Fvt. LO^'TE, Earl'(N) 



. . 2, Travel will be by milit 
or commercial aircraft. 



R E S T R I 


GTE 


D 








p Gen, AFO 63, 


USA 


rmy, 27 


Feb 194 5 


!. (Co] 


nb 'd) 




MOS 


Arm or 




Type 


Hospital 


ASN .. ■ 


No. 


Service 


Class 


Gas 


Plant No. 


A R i.r Y 












I3Ö5997I 


Unk 


Armd F 


III 


NB 


4152 


42073237 


745 


Inf 


IG 


NB 


414Ö 


30558335 


Unk 


Prcht Inf III 


B , 


4152 


4ZL44847 


Unk 


Inf 


IC 


NB 


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3# A per diem of seven dollars ($7.00) is authorized officers while travelling 
outside the contincntal limits of the United States except vhen subsisted on an army 
transport or otherwise, at povcrnment. expense, 

.4. Enlisted personnel are authorized monetary travel allowarices under the 
provisions of AR 35-4520, 24 Feb 1943^ as amended, for such time as is appropriate. 

5. Gorrespondents and publishers will be noti'fied to discontinue mailing letterr 

and public ations until they receive notification of new address. 

■ • ■ ■ 

6. Information CO ncem in g 7ar Deinartment, Army or personal activities of a 
military nature mthin this theater lAdll not be dLscussed in private or in public 

and vj-ill not be disclosed. by means of newsrapers, magazines, böoks, lectures or ridio, 
or any other method, wLthout prior clearance throu^ the War Departmait Bureau of 
Public Relcitlons* or the appropriate Public Relations Officers of Army installations. 

7. TCNT. TDN. PCS. 60-135 F 431-02, 03, 04, 07, 08 A 212/50425. 

By Order of Cölonel STANLEY: 



OFFICIAL: 



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DISTRIBUTION: 
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2-CG^ ETOUSA, AFO aö7 

2-Hq, ETOUSA, AFO ^l^ (Att: Officers» Branch, AGO) 
2-Hq, EICUSA, AFO Ö87 (Att: Eiüisted Brcin^dh, AGO) 
2-Centrca Records Eraicli, Cc;.sur.ruy Divsion, AGO, Hq, ETOUSA, AFO 887 



1-Office of the Surgcoii;, 



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Br.se, A'^O 413 (Att: Evacuation Branch) 



15-Base Transportation Office, Kq, UK Base, AFO 413 (Att: Fassenger Br-anch) 

2-GG> United Kingdom Base, AFO 413 " . 

40-CO, Fort of Embarkation 

2-CO, Frcht Repl Regt, Frclt Seh, Ft Benning, Ga 

5-CO, 4144 US Army Hosp Flant 

5-00^ 4147 US hmy Hosp Flant 

5-GO.. 4148 US Arniy Hosp Flant 

5-CO", 4152 US Army Hosp FLant . 

5--C0, 4153 US Army: Hosp Flant 

2-Train Comdr 

l-RTO 

2~Each officer paticnt 

2-Enclose vdth patients« records 

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ALLOTMENT DISCONTINUANCE 

NOTICE U?ON DISCHARGE OR RELEASE FROM ACTIVE BUTY 



LAST NAME . FIRST NAME • MIDDLE INITIAL 



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ALLOWANCE OR ALLOTMENT NOW IN EFFECT 



ALLOT- 
MENT 



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AMOUNT 
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EFFECTIVE DATE 
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FAMILY ALLOWANCE APPLICATION 
NUMBER, IF IN SERVICE RECORD 



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NAME AND LOCATION OF ORGANIZATION EFFECTINO DISCHARGE OR RELEASE 








■ W. D., A. G. O. Form No. 80-S 
1 September 1944 

Thi3 form superscdeo W. D., A. G. 
O. Form No. 80-S, 1 Jxily 1944, 
which may be used until existing 
Stocks are exhausted. 

6 PARTS 



OF DEPENDENCY-^NEFITS ^ Tt^-'^^-Ymi C 

i^WANCE DIVISION I ' ^^^ ^*-07^M_ 




GMSM-R 

SPECi:.L ORDERS 
NUMB3R 15 



Army Service Forces 
Third Service Command 
Fort George G Meade Maryland 
15 January 19/^6 /omh 



Phoenixville Pa with Fvt Gene T Rl^L^^oiL» i^ ^*^ "'^ ^5 Jan 46 to \^FGH 

atdt and driver will ret to oroD^r .+2 /ll'r "P°" ««^Pletion of this TDY SM 
AR 35-4520 the FD will pay uSon cLn 'If ^*A\°.^ '^'^'^^ ^<^- I" accordance ..ith 
alws in lieu of rat a/r |l S Der S? .°\^^ ^^'' ^?^*^^ preseribod monetary 

EM (driver). GMT. wi. 601-6 TL 2 02 l^o/ZT^^^^ "=" ^^^^^^ ^"^ °"« (D 
Balto Md dtd 15 Jan 46. " 212/60425 S 99 999. Auth: VOCG Hq IsF 

51. To correct administrative error =!o mn/.v, p ,r. r,^ 

pertains to IST LT BENJAMIN SoYD SIoOOTSrf^.GDl^''' ^^ f .^^ ^^'' "'^ " ^^ 
I£vort_to_insctivo status 30 Jnn /^ '. ^^ i ^^ ^^^'^^ iOälsUeave to 

to_inacU;OtitniIö!lSi6r ' ''""'^ 25_dazs_lüü3i;7ivert 

52. Jt.JOR JOHN E S;X:GE 0436617 fMC) ic r-l^ fr. ^ ua 

Regional Hosp 1322d 3CU and V^his hoJ%ri 1 \^'=*'^ ""^^^^ °^* °^ P"ts ASF 
enroute Sep Ctr Ft Geo G Meade Jd ,S ^! ^ Thornehill Rd, Balto 12 Md w/TDY 
Sep Ctr Ft Geo G Moade Md '^??i nublLh^rW ^" ^l^^^'-^^^g rptg I5 Jan 46. CO 

^ash DC File AGPO-S-C-201 Savage J^S e Hn n .^o'"o^^° ^^ snd Ltr VD .GO 
13 Dec 45; SPJG.-I943/4052 dtd^'MaJ 44! ^ ° °'' ^^^ '"'^^ ^ «^^^^^ ^^ '-D dtd 

Hosp Co 6th Bn 132ld Sc5 and WP^hercJ^'i/ri/r'^ ^^'^^ ""^ ^"'^ -^d to R^gfonal 
EDCim 16 Jan 46. Auth: Ci- Toi 11 ° . r^ ^T ^^ ""P^^ to CO thcre for dy. 
G Meade Lid dtd I4 Jan 46. ^ '^^^ °' ^"^ ^^"^ ^^' ^^^'^ ° Regional Hosp Ft Geo 

Pfc Oren H Bohonte962S a s'^rg ^It^Bn S^G^d^C %'.'. ^^f ^ ''' {sUuTL 
sta o/a 17 Jan 46 to VFGH P^ wi?h thpfn^ • ^°/^22d 3CU (guard WP fr this 
to CO at VFGH Phoenixville Pa for r, ..f "T^"^ P"^'^ ""^"'^ indicatod delvg pnts 
VFGH Off in Charge and 'ä^aSts ^ilTr ^^0°':;:/? '""f' .^^'^^^ d.p.rtifg'gr 
further Instructions. Upon completL^ of thi TD^Off'''. If '"^^' ''°'^ ^°^ 
proper sta at Ft C^.c C, lioale flri T. f ^^^ '"^'^ ^'■' atdts will ret to 

in advance tho prescribfd .^n t;ry a'l^rif iL'u '■'?' f 'Z"^^^? *^^ ™ -" Pa^ 
one (1) meal .,-oL fcr five (5) £ rnnf!^ / °f ^^* ^-^^ °^ ^^'00 Por meal for 
(gusrd). Off in Charge luth to SrÄ Li nr°'"">.^V f ^^*'^^ ^"-^ °'= (D EM 
one (1) EM (g.urd) and ono <1) sf (atS)/'""' "^''^ £°^ ^^^^ EM^(pnts) and 
IST LT STILLIAM T HIGGINS Ol^nnfli rrMPl n * ^ „ 

IST LT RALPH P EITNSR 01318772 (NF) Dt of Stf^Splo "^'^Tf "°^P "22d SCU* 
• • y ■• • -.•■• -■■- -.. '^^ -. , , "^^ "SF Regional Hosp 1322d SCU * 



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SO # 15 LSF 3 3vC Ft Geo G Meade Md dtd 15 Jan A(> (Cont»d) Page 2 
5U. Cont'd 

Tee 5 Ray C Smith 35759^^^41 Co A 3rd .Bn 3C 1322d 3CU 

Tee 5 James E Richmond 35772811 Co A 3rd Bn SC 1322d SCÜ 

Pfc Erncst T Dennis 33602/i71 Sta Hosp Cp Pickett Va 

Pfc -.Valte r K -.Tilliams 33381608 Co A 3rd Bn SC 1322d SCU 

Pfc Charles ".Thite Jr 35658825 Co A 3rd Bn SC 1322d SCU 

Pfc John J Daemer 334.7786/1 dorther \;ir Serv Co APO 629 (presont orgn unkno'vn) 

Pvt Roland C Cunningham 34382773 (GP)atchd Co A Hh Bn 1322d SCÜ • w <^^ 

Pvt Gordon P Estes 33910805 Casüal Cp Bealo Calif i 

Pvt Freddie A Paluchowioh 2^2153 J14 (B.17-5) AGFRD#1 Cp PickeH-Va- ' | »• ••• f 

^G following names followed by (♦) aro being reld fr atchd unasgd Det of 
Pnts .iSF Regional Hosp 1322d SCU and being trfd in an atchd unasgd Status 
to Det of Pnts VFGK for furthor obsn trmt and disposition. PCS. EDCMR 18 
Jan 46. 601-31 P 431-02 A 212/60425 S, 99-999; 601-6 P 432-02 A 212/60425 
S 99 999. GMT. TDN. Auth: Ltr ASF 3 SvC Balto Md File SPH3M 705.1 Subl: 
Transfer of Pnts dtd 11 Jan 46,-9 Jan 4.5;10 Jan 46. 

55. The following Offs are gtd sk Iv for nuraber of days indicatedJ 



MAJOR GEORGE 77 PETZNICK 0^492119 (MC) 
Det of Pnts ASF ilegional Hosp 1322d SCU 
C..PT BARNSY SCHULTZ 0528620 (DC) 
Det of Pnts ASF Regional Hosp 1322d SCU 

Ortri £jU.i.-A\U i IVnOiiilliK U4.l99ü4. (faU) 

Det of Pnts :^3F Regional Hosp 1322d SCU 

C^PT ROBERT M JONES 04.39256 (INF) 

Det of Pnts ASF Regional Hosp 1322d SCU 

C^FT mdlEL L NUCK0L3 L3081O5 (.7AC) 

Regional Hosp 6th Bn 1322d SCU 

CAPT H..RRY ABRAr..iSON 0/^97196 (MC) 

1340th SCU Hq Med Det Aberdeen Proving Grds Md 

C.:PT -.TILLIS F FOCHT 01014367 (INF) 

Co E 3rd Bn 3C 1322d SCU 

IST LT H.IRVEY P N:r./TON 0555150 (AUS) 

Det of Pnts ASF Regional Hosp 1322d SCU 

IST LT JOHN A 0»DONNELL 01309878 (INF) 

Co E 3rd Bn 3C 1322d SCÜ ' 



Days Lv 
21 
10 
21 
21 
12 
21 

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21 

21 



Eff o/a 
16 Jan 46 
16 Jan 46 

16 Jan 46 

17 Jan 46 
17 Jan 46 
16 Jan 46 
16 Jan 46 
16 Jan 4-6 
16 Jan 46 



Upon terraination of sk lv Offs wi^l rot to Regional Hosp this sta for 
disposition. Auth: AR 605-115. 



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so # .1.5 ASF 3 SvC Ft Geo G Meade M dtd 15 Jan A6 (Cont'd) Page 3 

^^IH ■^''° ftf.phon A Monden 3395U27 (MOS 52,-3/MCO OIO) TOB 11 /iT RR 59 1= 

ou,. j.. w.i 1..J.. ^., ^.L)^,?R Jo Jqn .'.6. r.utn« fi't l~l. 

57. jy :.-/ is .fl o.Vd roil.-v.ing Off. fcr ^unb ,r of days indicated: 



C..P? ;ILLI,.U .T DONC>:;.K J}1 01136097 
Poo ox 'Aüi ujS rUir.'oHGl Kosp ]3-.''d 



21 
21 
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Tgc 4 X-'cllian M Horshirn 3374^525 



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DI3TxlIBUTICN: A(35); V^GH Pa (2/J,- Co. Ist ßn RC 1322d SCU (2); Sep Ctr 

Ft G.,0 G rfcade Md (6); Regional Hosp Co 6th ßn 1322d SCU (2): 
Co k 8th Bn 1322d SCU (4); Co A 3rd Bn 3C 1322d SCU (8): 
Camp Seele Calif (2); Cp.Pickett Va (2). " 



Last rationed to include 



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will lecve Regional Hosp Ft Geo G Meade Md 



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SPECIAL ORDERS 
NUIffiER 347 



Army Service Forces 

Third Service Coramand 

Fort George G Meade Maryland 

13 Decemler Y)l^5 /emh 



E X T R A C T 

^^ mmm <mm mam M» «^ •■• 

50. Cpl Stephen A Potteiger 39A72A32 atchd unasgd .Det of Pnts ASF Regional 
Hosp 1322d 3CU now on für at2213 Stanhope St, Dayton, Ohio is reld fr atchd 
unasgd Det of Pnts ASF Regional Hosp 1322d SCU and trfd in gr to Det of Ints 
R^adi^an Gen Hosp Ft Lewis Uash and //P thereto so as to arrive thereat not 
later than 2U Dec 4.5 rptg to CO there for obsn trmt and disposition, It bein< 
impracticable for the TO to issue TR the FD will pay upon .iompletion of tv. 
3# per mÜG in lieu of transportation fr Dayton, Ohio to Ft Lewis ITa.sh ar-d 
commutation value of garrison rat payable for excess p.uth timt^ over that 
reouired for tvl by common carrier in accordance with AR 33-4ö10» "^I" A, ri/N,. 
PCS. FDCm 2,4 Dec U5. 601-31 P 431-02 A 212/60425 S 99-999, Authi Teiog Kirk 
SGO Jash DG dtd 11 Dec 4.5. 

51. Sk Iv gtd CAPT CLAUDE B DYKES 01035454 Det of Pnts ASF Regional 
Hosp 1322d SCU per par 50 SO 314 this Hq es amended per par 54 SO 328 
and per 62 SO 338 is extended ton (lO) days. 

52. Ck Iv gtd CAPT ARTHUR C KALISCH 01695328 Unit C Sep Ctr #45 IGLIR Pn 
per par 67 SO 330 this Hq es is extended five (5) days. 

53. Par 51 SO 345 this Hq es is revoked. (Pvt Harold E Littlefield 
39469367 (atdt) to Fitzsiramons Gen Hosp with two Offs for further obsn 
and trmt). 

54« Pvt Leslie H Sprouse 43005952 Co A Ist Bn RC PC 1322d SCU (atdt) 
WP fr this sta o/a 14 Dec 45 to Fitzsimmons Gen Hosp Denver Colo with 
the following Offs orgns indicated Offs rptg to CO there for further 
obsn and trmt. TNT, TDK. In accordance with 0-3 AR 30-2215 the TO will 
issue the nuraber of neal tickets required for the journey for one (1) 
SM (atdt). Before departing for FGH EM (atdt) will rpt to the Registrar 
Regional Hosp for further Instructions. Upon completion of this T/DY 
EM will ret to proper sta at Ft Geo G Meade Md. 601-6 P 432-02 A 212/ 
60425 S 99-999* 

CAPT SALtUSL W CASSCELIS 0447283 (MC) Sep Ctr Ft Geo G Meade Md 

CAPT ELVIN E 7/HITE 0104662 ASFTC 1325th SCU Indiantown Gap Mil Res Pa 

Auth: Ltr ASF Hq 3 SvC Balto Md File SPHSM 705.1 (Subj: Transfer of . 
Pnts) dtd 27 Nov i,5. 

55. Par 52 SO 34.1. this Hq es is revoked. - (3 EM to Cp Pickett Va rptg 
to CO Hq Co JlGFRl^l for dy). - .. » 



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56« The following EM orgns indicated pnts having attained the maximum 
degree of improyement to be expected fr trmt at Regional Hosp WP fr 
this sta o/a 12 Dec 45 to AGFRD^l Cp Pickett Va rptg to CO Hq Co there 
for dy. In accordance with C-3 AR 30-2215 the TO will issue the number 
of meal ticketa required for the journey for two (2) EM. TNT, TDN. 
601-6 P 432-Oa A 212/60425 S 99-999. 

Pvt Joseph - Wyman 32604748 (A-19-5) 
Pvt Thomas F Zärerabskl 31478534 (C-U-4) 



Auth: Cir 140 WD UU. 

57, Sk Iv gtdl IST LT HENRY M DEARY 03849Ö4 Det of Pnts ASF Regional 
Hosp 1322d SCU per par 70 SO 332 this Hq es is extended fifteen (15) 
days. 

58. Par 73 SO 346 this Hq es is revoked. (Pvt Rose Shevitz A235025 
trfd to WAC See PC 1322d SCU rptg for dy). 

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so 347 ASF 3 SvC Ft Geo G Meade f.ld dtd 13 Doc K5 (Cont'd) Page 2 
59. Tho following Offs ore gtd sk Iv for nunber of dr.ys indicated: 



Days Lv Eff o/a 



CAPT ERMEST G BUTLER. 0^^5538 (CLIP) 
Co A Gth Bn 1322d SCU 
IST LT JOHH P SClNiai OI.I6SO64 (AC) 
Co S SC 1322d SCU 



15 



21 



15 Dec ;i5 
15 Dec 45 



Upon termination of sk lv Offs rill ret to Regional Hosp Ft Gco G Moado 
Lid for disposition. ^luth: AR 605-115, 

^?; ^^\ 'filfredA Deshane 3U96061 (Inf) (C-15-4) .1GFRD#1 pnt having ' 
attamed the maximum degreo of iinprcvemont to bo expected fr trrat at 
Re.'Tional Hosp WP f r this sta o/a 17 Dec 45 to Cp Pickott Va ipt-^ to CO 
Hq Oo thore for dy. In accordance with C-3 AR 30-2215 the TO will 
133U0 tke number of raeal tickets required for the journGV for ono (l) 
m. TNT. TDK. 601-6 P 432-02 A 212/60425 S 99-999. Auth: cL UO ^'d Kk. 

61. Cpl Jack J Cordes 37401688 (Ord) 63rd Bomb Disp Sq pnt having 
attamed the maximum degreo of improveraent to bo expected fr trmt at 
Regional Hosp .VP fr this sta o/a 15 Dec 45 to Balte Md rptg to CO thcre 
for dy. INT..TDM. 601-6 P ^32-02 A 212/60425 S 99-999. Auth- Cir llo 

62. P'vt Jf.inos-'C.Siiri^us^o//,2l63C^l (InjB.).. (:,IDS 74'5/::C0 234:)-'-D0B '7/H RR g 

f' ''rrpnSr n^''^'^ Tf.^l ^'^ ^^ ^^^" ^^'^ Rcülonal Hosp 1322d SCU and trfd 
to aGFRDi^l Cp rickett Va and ;VP theroto o/a 17 Dec ^5 rptn- to CO Fq Co 
thero for dy. In accordance with C.3 AR 30-2215 the TO v/ill isnuo tho 
nunbor of neal tickets roquired for the journoy fo^ orr- (t ; Eli ^PF TDN 
xCS, EDCLIR 17 Dec ^5, 601-31 P ^31-02 A 212/60^.25 S ^o^c/;:.^ y,^h^ 

\.63, Sk lv gtd IST LT H..RVEI P NE7TCN 05'.5\'.^ (.'.US) Dct of Pnts ASF 
Rocioral Hosp 1322d SCU for a period cf tjor^ty-ono (21) davs eff o/a 
14 -oc u5. Jpon termination of sk lv Off -üi rot to Rc^rrlnnal Hosp 
tn:.o r.ta ^or disposition. Auth: 13. 605-115^ 

. BY CO?Ii:AfvD OF BRlG/iDIFR GENERAL HELLIICK: 



R. F. HA7-KINS 
Capto, AUS 
Adjutant 



OFFICIAL: 



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RANK J TOLLISON 



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Capt,, MAC, 
ASST ADJUTANT 

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A(35); Det of Pnts (lOO); Madigan Gen Kosp Ft Lewis 
Y;ashington (2); FGH Denver Colorado (6); Co A Ist Bi\ 
RC FC 1322d SCU (2); Sep Ctr Ft I.Icade (2); 1325th SCU 
IG.IR Pa (2)^ AGFRD#1 Cp Piokett Va (lO); ;7AC See PC 
1322d SCU (2); 63rd Bomb Disp Sq Balto TJd (2)., 

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Third Service Coramand 

Fort George G Meade Maryland 
15 January Y)l^e /cmh 



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?:^ ?°- . n '^"1^'',^''625222 (atdt) and Pfc Raymond Srock 13021583 (driver) 
asgd Regional Hosp Co 6th Bn 1322d SCü WP fr this sta on 15 Jan ^6 to ^FGH 

«tHf in t ™ f°^ f^r^hor obsn and trmt. Upon completion of this TDY SM 
AR $5^120 f^r^nir *° P^°P°'' '*' ^* ^* °''° '^ '^<^^^° M^- I'^ accordance with 
w if??e;*:/r^ara^)r1LoT°per£re\°c.1or"ä^ 

51. To correct administrative error so much of par 69 SO U this Ha es as 
pertaxns to IST LT BENJ.MIW LLOYD 01000993 (.GD) as reads iZ daj Sav To 



52. _ rfcJOR JOHN E S.V.GE 0^36617 (MC) is r«ld fr' atchd unasgd Det of Pnts ASF 

enf;St; Sep'^t 'Ft'r'''rT,' 7 l'/ '°™° ''' Thornehill Rd, lalto 12 Md /Tüf 
enroute bep Ctr Ft Geo G Meade Md as required in procGssin^ rnt^ TS Tnn yA rn 

o?'rel' '' '1 'J^f' ''' '^'^^ P^^^^^^^ °^^-= gran'tSg terfiL' 'iJ'sh ^inp da?e 
of releaso and eff date of Separation. TDK. TP^, PCS 601-31 P /31 02 ?1?/ 
604.25 S 99 999. EDCMR l'i Jon /A — -- ' ~ '^' J "'=>•,''':> ^ i^ ^ 431-02 „ 212/ 









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l°sh'DC f^-SL:il ir.''-''' /"*^' Sec-III-Cirl9Ö Zs'andltr'vD^tGO 
lVLc^ff^pS^l3%°52'dS1'Mar:4! ^'^ ^^^ ''^ '^''- ''''^' '^ "^ ''' 

^^^ J^''^ f'Tr*" ^ '^^^"'^ 33957421 (MOS 667/MCO 186) RR 34 DGB 8/l7 LS 1 4/12 is 

G'Se'.Id^Stf l4 JaTl6.'^^ ''' ''' °'^ ^"' ''^ '^^ ^^^^ ' «^^--^ «-P ^^^'^oo 

54. C;.PT MAX FOX 0547116 (MC) asgd Regional Hosp ASF 1322d. SCU (in char^e) 
Pfc Charles Darrah 37b89847 asgd Regional Hosp Co 6th Bn 1322d SCU (a?dtsf ind 
Pfc Oren H Dohon ^-896233 asgd Co A Bth Bn PW Gd Co 1322d 3c5 (guard WP fr tSL 

{Srfnff VFGH Phoenixville Pa for further obsa and trmt. Before dep^rt^L foJ 

7nrfy.r iZ J^" '"' n'" '"'"'" '"^^ '"^ *° ^"^ P-eglstrar Regional Hosp for 
further Instructions. Upon completion of this TDY Off and EM atdts wil] r=+ fn 
proper sta at Ft G.o r. Meade Md. In accordance v.ith .R 35-4 20 ^h^ FD 'in pa^ 
an advance the prescribed monotary alv,s in lieu of rat a/r of Cl.OO per S.lX 

(^u4d ""off"" .^'' '''%i^ ^ ^P"^^^ ^"'^ "'^'-^ (1) E'^' atdt) a^d ono (? EM 
^^ y^^%.. f^ "•" ^''''^f^® ^''^^ *° "^^aw the prescribed alws for flve m (nr^ii) La 
one (1) EM (g:urd) and on.o (l) SM (atdt)/ ■ • - J (pnts) and 

IST LT WILLIAM T HIGGINS 01311081 (IBF) Dot nf Pnt« ^«jp n.,„- -i o 

IST LT R;.LFH P EITNSR 01318772 (INF) Det of Pnts L' rL?^ ?M °^? ^'^^^'^ ^^"* 
' . - .. .^, -; - .;;. . ,, ^:: V , . ''^^ Regional Hosp 1322d SCU * 



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5 Ray C Smith 3575,9^1 Co A 3rd Bn 3C 1322d 3CU 

5 James E Richmond 35772811 Co A 3rd Bn SC 1322d 6CU ' 

Ernest T Dennis 336Q2ii71 Sta Hosp Cp Pickett Va 

Jalte r K .Tilliams 3;3381^Q8|Co A .3rd Bn SC 1322d SCU * ' 

Charles -Jhite Jr 35658825 Co A 3rd Bn SC 1322d SCU • ''■"'* ' ' ' 

John J Daemer 33^7786^ dorther- :.ir Serv Co APO 629 (prosont or^n 

Roland C Cunningham 3^382773 (GP)atchd Co A 8tb Bn 1322d SCU • 

Gordon P Estes 33910805 Casual Cp Beale Calif 

Freddie A Paluchowich A21533U (B-17-5) AGFRD#1 Cp Pickett Va. 



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J^f / JiT""? ""Tu ^^\^?^'^^^ ^^y (*) ^^^ being reld fr atchd unasgd Det of 

r^ Lt nf P^'^'^vipu"':^ H^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^'^^ ^^^^ i^ ^^ -^'^^ ^-4d Status 
Ln /A Am^i P^of'^'^ ^^^^^^/ "^"^ ^^"^^ ^^^ disposition, PCS. EDCMR 13 
S S9 99Q ?i;^ Tm^^'"?.' ^ ?.^'/^'t'^ '-99-^99; 601.6 P ^32-02 A 212/60^25 
S 99 999. GMT. TDN. Auth: Ltr ASF 3 SvC Balte Md File SPH3M 705 1 Sub1- 
Transfer of Pnts dtd 11 Jan >46;9 Jan ^5;10 Jan ^6. ^ 

55. The follov/ing Offs are gtd sk Iv for number of days indicated: 



^UJOR GEORGE '^. PSTZNICK 0^^92119 (MG) 
Det of Pnts ASF Regional Hosp 1322d SCU 
C..PT BARNSY SCHULTZ 0528620 (DC) 

. Det of Pnts ASF Regional Hosp 1322d SCU " 
CAPT ED,V.U1D T KASlviJiiK -0419904. (MC) 
Det of Pnts :.3F Regional Hosp 1322d SCU 
C«.PT ROBERT M JONES 0/^39256 (INF) 
Det of Pnts ASF Regional Hosp 1322d SCU 
Cr^PT MUaiSL L NUCK0L3 L308105 (JAC) 
Regional Hosp 6th 3n 1322d SCU 
CAPT H..RRY ABRAMSON 0^^97196 (MC) 
134.0th SCU Hq Med Det Aberdeen Proving Grds Md 
C..PT v;iLLI3 F FOCHT 010U367 (INF) * • 
Co E 3rd Bn 3C 1322d SCU 

^3T LT H.IRVEY P NEiTON 0555150 (AUS) 
Det of Pnts ASF Regional febsp *1322d SCU 
IST LT JOHN A O^DONNELL 01309878 (INF) 
Co E 3rd Bn SC 1322d SCU 



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21 
10 
21 
21 
12 
21 

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21 

21 



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16 Jan 4,6 
16 Jan 46 

16 Jan 4.6 

17 Jan 46 
17 Jan 46 
16 Jan 46 

• 16 Jan 46 

* 

' 16 Jan 46 

♦ 

16 Jan 46 



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Upon termination of sk lv Offs will ret to Regional Hosp this sta for 
disposition. Auth: /JR 605-115. • 



(over) 



"sc If 15 ASF 3 SvC Ft Geo G Meade Md dtd 15 Jan /i6 (Cont^d) I'age 3 
56, Pfc Stephen A Mondell 3395U27 (MOS 522/MCO OIO) POB II/13 RR 59 is 



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^•^--'-^ ur.,<^.fjod Dot o.f Pnts A3? ilealondl Hosp ?32?d SCÜ ■'322d SCU and 
tr:ci m ::n at'^hd un-s::d ot-tiis to 3-p Ctr FL G..r G Meada Md rptg to CO for 



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3k Iv is gb^l oha foxlri^.i'ig Offr fcr r-omh-.r of days indicated: 



CPT .ilLLI.JJ .T DONOV.;n JR 01136097 
Dot Ol ^ntü A3F r:e.,/'onül Kosd ] 3.i?d 

c..eT üC'Tc.i;.s ;. Kjühi: o:;i^?206^ ^cluO 

Uni-L u :•; ,:^45 lOl.IR j-snna 



21 
21 






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21 



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16 Jan 4-6 

17 Jan /^6 
17 Jpn 46 
16 J?n /,6 
16 Jan 46 



IST LT .ITLrr^N H oOL-j:JOIi C1;7 6S13 (INF^ 
UniL. C 3eD Ctr ^:^45 IG^Irc Fa 
13T L'^ :..:.iJ:i:L RUli^^J 010:3823 (C:;3) 
9710 TSU ^;cir-wood .^^rsonal Md 

Upon tarr.inition of sk Iv Offs ;7ill. ret t.o. Regional Hosp this sta for 
di^.po:?-itiono Auth; *xR 605-1.15. '" ' 

58 o Tho follo7;ing 3M atchd Rogicnal Hosp A3F Regional IIosd 132^d SCU 7P 
fr this stP oA 17 Z^n IJ, to ^^FGH Phoenlxvillp Pa rptg go üO th-ro f o"^ out 
pnc trmr, Up.-n conipLetion of i.his outp^it trrnt FII v/ii] rot to R-.oi->r,;r.i H->sp 
this str. In ücr-^rc^nco with aR 1>'^-;.32Z the FD ^.ill ray in -av-mc": tho 
prü?-ii>.ed mG:'.t-:^7 .Lvj in lieu o^ i^at ,a.A..pf 5l,no per meal f -r tw o (2) 
müMn e:.on for t;:-:oe (3; ^i: (p-+.s),. C^PT M«X FOX 0547116 ' il.'^') auth to 
dravj tnc DrBscrj.b.'d ..ic^'O/^-t'^i 7 ol'-'oa 






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so # 15 ..3F 3 3vC Ft Goo G Meado Md dtd 15 Jan 4-6 (Cont^d) Pa^e .i 

DISTRIBUTION: A(35); VFGH Pa {2/,)) Co.: Ist Bn KZ 1322d SCU (2); Sep Gtr 

' Ft G.o G Meade Md (6),* Regional Hosp Co 6th Bn 1322d SCU (2); 
Co k 8th Bn 1322d SCÜ (4); Co A 3rd Bn SC 1322d SCU (8); 
Camp Beeile Calif (2); Cp Pickatt Va (2), 



Last rationed to include 



Tieal) 



Xdate) . 



will lec':ve Regional Hosp Ft Geo G Püeade Md ._ 

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'"TdateT 



Individurl (v;as) {-ils not) paid 3^ per milc in advanco in liau of transport- 
ation; (-vas) (v/as not) fr.rnished Government transportation; (:vr.s) (was not) 
furnished mcal tickctG; (-.vas) (v/as not) paid monetary alv;s in advance. 



Joined 



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J'JP.Wf S ERY IC 3 FORCES 
Third Servico CcFiinand 
Fort George G. Meade« Md 



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CERT IFICATTii 



I hereon certify that after having appeared before a Board of Medical 
Officers at the Regional Hospital, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland on 
11 Dm. 19U ^and being classified as "Permanent Limited Service Status" 



I do not wlsh to remain on active duty in a "Permanent L imited Status /-' 



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Symbols: AUS — Army of the United States. 
DP — By direction of the President. 
AD — Active Duty. 
AAF — Army Air Forces. 



Special Orders 
No. ß^Ä 



EXTRACT 



War Department, 
Washington, *0 ^^ ^^ 



Par. 15. Announcement is made of the temp promotion of tlie lollowing-named officers to the grades indicated in the 
AUS with rank fr date of this order: 



tm LT TO 13T LT 



BARtST r. nVTOM 



0ß5&160 



GMP 



By ORDER OF THE Secretary OF War: 



Official: 



Edward F. Witsell, 
Major General, 

Acting The Adjutant General. 



U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 16 — 46207-1 



G. C. Marshall, 

Chief of Staff. 



1 TöÄ/a 14. 



1'^ isov, xiM4 



Subjiiüt: Thüit üf r?.. vöhici^ ( ton truck 4) 



Toi 



CoüLi^anding ülTic^r MI3 ^:;TCa5A A.U oÖ7 



i. Ui 12 Hovöjübw 1^ . . , at ..V..U T/^ .Uiv c^llbvr:. a .^nö^ oY-i, 
<i©Iivered the >iÄ.ixy IPiV report to tir J-^ oiT ^97tn Iru. lü^^jt. tr* 
fkoc^ATat, Francüi^ hiXt^ inuiclfc. tae buiiding, U tarn tn ro|.crt 
ov«r, t£iü ton truck .a^ fttolcii iroiu %m .tr<jLt in i'roiit of th<J 
buil.lini,% The gUcvrd ^at> pröüciit, out ..ccordin^ to T/o SilV;yri-^»ii 
Cüuld not stj<* thü Vöixicie duö tc darkixeiäö. 

2) Txiö jö.p had th« loliottflng nufub^s^rsi Vf<:C4917;t C , .cria^f 
bw..8^ It carriöci the naiaa St^i^riAlilt AM undör the v.indihifcla 
ia yoiio^i block Ifattero» TU« rlght 3öciioii oi in« wind^hicla 
was brokea Äüd the löit ciocti.üii v.iuö crack^vi. TiiLt jüt;?p Ci^rriöd 
a mtorciiJi on tlie ri^^ht u^udguard. 

::) Th© occuraacc: üsppöri4;ji! in line of duty. 

4) it U rü^iUeiittKi tfui^ tht; ^roj^er iuthc ritiv .. v3 actified. 



b) It iö requebt^ tu...t cii4> iniV^rü^ation reg rdiiii; thi.> 
b«> <iddru;iät>ed to uid Jut. H^u'vey ?. He^ton ^-.'51^0 H-, ..j7 üu . 
APO 447» 



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Hfci-vciv i\ Uewtori, na Lt. äU:: 

ir'n Teioii 14 

i;Jid iii CoHiAMarid 



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1 F «V Teaiü 14. 



Subject t Theft of 1/4 toa truck (4x4) 



To 



I Aös« C of S, G - 2 lOOtii Ini\ Div. 



1) Ün 1^ Novütiber 1944 at 2050 T/S U&x vSllbcni.an, 55066Ö74, 
dwiiverod Ui^ ciaily IP»i rc^jort to Flrullc S -2« V;hii€^ ius^iue tüö buiictmj^; to 
turn thc re^ ort over the lA ton, \vn.LcU T/6 Sili>».^riaan ut^ .. 3Lv:i«:i iroii. 
tte ßtreot ijfi front oi tue buiia-n^, i ^uard »üa j^^r^iietit, i ut iCcurdirsi^ to 
T/5 ;ilo rari. un>:;blö tu s#<» ta<* viJüiclu üue to diAriaiuBi>. 

2) Thc^ j»©p had the foiicvang ntn&ber'^ W Z^AdllZö, .erial . 6o.-ö5. 
It carried ttit» rnuati 8T':i*HAi'iIä AHN undör thö vvindönield in yelicv. biocklettera» 
Thö «indöliield s^aa brokeii and it ce.i.rriod a watercun on the«: rii,ht u-u/ignard« 



Jfc.rvey r. Nöwtoa, klfiu Lt, Aiio 
Ir V TOHia 14 



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201-Newton, Harvey P (O) Ist Ind. 

HQ MIL INT SV (FWD) EUROPEAN TOF OPNS, APO 887, Ü.S.ARMY 



JDF/gam 
5 Nov 1944 



TO: 



A C of S, G-2, Hq 44th lufantry Division, APO 44, ü. S. krmy'^ 



Snd Lt Harvey Newton, 0655150, AUS (IFW Team #14) attached to your headquarters 
for duty per par 1, SO F-47, Hq Mil Int Sv, dtd 31 Oct 1944. 

For the Commanding Officeri 



1 ~ Incl : 
nTc 



201-i»ev;ton^ ..arve 
n A. C. Ol a. , G-2, 

TG:, n. G. of S., G- 






J. D. FINNEY 
CWO, USA/<>/A 
Adjutant 



2d Ind. 



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For for^arding to 2d Ü, riarvey -ewton, GIC, IK^ Team //x4, v;ho is att'd 
elseT7nere, per YvCG, aeventh nrmy. 

Lt Gel, GSC 

•f^, G, of ^^ ^ G-2 

± - inci: 
n/c 



FUD IMTERROGAITION DET 

European t or opns 
jlpo 654 

V3k 



31 AuguSt 1944 



2nd Lt Harvey P. Newton, O-555150 
Mil Int SV, Ck:>m Z. TU 
APO 887 
U S Army 

Dear Lt* Newtons 

Attacned herewith is a petitlon of cnange of 



naxne for your records« 



Sincerely, 






1 Incl 

Petition of 
Change of Name 



ma^. lAIXOUK 
2ndLt, AUS 
Aast Adjutant 



HG? MI^Vm>2' 



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201- Newton, Harvey P (O) 



3d Ind 



HS/gf 



Kq, 44th Inf Div, APO 44, c/o Postmaster New York, New York, 10 Nov 44. 
TO: AC of S, G-2, Seventh Army, AK) 758, US Army. 



1. Attention invited to freceding indorsement, 

2. Subject officer was attached another command per VOCG, Seventh 
Arm^, it ia accordingly requested this lettep be forwarded to him. 

RECtiVED 
R (?. 71h Army 
A. C. ui S. G-2 (0!) 

j.r: L - - — — -: c.I ^'^uhcw- ^ 

Tii.8 ^f' 7^ /?-.,.. 

1 Incis n/c. 




Lt Col, GSC 
AC of S, G-2 



In reply 
uufer to: 



WAR DKPA-TrENT 
The Adjutant General »s Ofiice 

Washlij^ton 



PO-R Ibüu mvc/uia 



feO Jaly 1j44 



Subject: Military Finiser::rint Cards^ 



To 



Comir;audiai^ i-eneral, 
Unitöd States Arm^ Porcas, 
ÄP0-4c'...ü, c/o Pustinabter, 
:.ew YorK, ew Yori 



!• Inclosed are^^§^ m..iitary finter^ rint Cards for 

certaiii Regaiar Army, Ivei^erve, ..aa 'IcAtiuaaj Guura oiJiCjrb and 
Arrny 'Furse:.^, etc., irom vthou. n«w f Lager iiüi^rest-xons wixj. be 
obtairi<=<d, 

2. Tho fin[,ür iiapreLöions recorued on the at acüea Cv^rub 
juxj^kv^ iiot busceptibl-.. to accuratu cl..Si>if ication because ol 
tiu:^ reason or reasons aoted on ea^h Cciro v#uich cori es.- .tius 
witli tlie nurnbers iisted oa the i^vai. 

3, It is requostea tiuit a nQ\^ l'^derai o.reau -i 
Invo:>ticCLtion railitary 1 interi^riat card be .Accoih^liüuea ia 
eaca ca^e, car-j be-^a^, tai'ien to obtain accui-'ate vLiWh, a:.d 
taat tiic nev/ ^.rj.at tot^etaer wxth lue olü i-rial be -.i orw-^ruea al~ 
rect to the leuerl Bureau ol xnvestai.^tioa, eitle itioa beia^j 
invxted tu C-U, AK 645-l:-:ü Ai^_aiSt 4, lij45, 

By oruer oi the Secretary oi* WAR 



1 lacl^j;.^ 



Ädjutctat Ge.icrai 



2D Lt Hermann Neustadt^ MI, 0555150 



4aQ "^ 



FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



MILITARY FINGERPRINT CARD 



Officer* 



Cadet* 

NHHJSm)T, Hermann 



Nurse* Warrant Officer* 

Enlisted Man* 



(Last name) 



(First name) 



(Middle name) 



Serial number .._ 

Regulär Army* Enlisted Reserve Corps* 

Officers' Reserve Corps* National Guard of United States* 

National Guard, State of _ _ * 

2nd Lt j\U5 

(Grade) (Arm or Service, or, if O. R. C, section) 

Appointed or enlisted A-Y—Tl^©. _ , 19.44., 

^^ ^amp Rltchle, Md. 
„..,,., 17 June ^- 44 

Original entry into service , 19 



Last prior service 



16 June ^ 19 44 



Color or race "J. Height ?-....?. inches. 



Weight 



l??._lb3 Build 



medium 



Eyes -Brown... Hair ...]?ro.wn....^ Complexion ...ru.^äy.... 

Sears and marks .^.9.^® 

Data of birth .^ 09l9.^.f.V.Jl^. 



Place of birth .B.re3lau>..Cr.ernmny. 



Fingerprints taken •?:?-..»I"yL?.® , 19 44 

Camp Ritchie, Md. 



at 



♦ Strike out words not applicable. 




Effective July 1, 1939, this form will be forwarded to The 
Adjutant General of the Army in the following instances 
except as otherwise indicated: 

Regulär Army: 

Officers, nurses, Warrant officers, cadets, and enlisted men 
at the time of original appointment or enlistment, respec- 
tively. 

Regulär Army Reserve: 

Enlisted men, same as Regulär Army. 

# 

National Guard of United States : 

Officers at the time of original appointment in National 
Guard, United States, and enlisted men when inducted 
into active Federal service unless previously mfde on 



warding. 



I X 



Reserve Corps: 

Officers at the time of acceptance of original appoint- 
ment and enlisted men when called to Federal service 
in time of national emergency expressly declared by 
Congress. 

Philippine Öcouts: 

Enlisted men, upon original enlistment, form to be re- 
tained in Philippine Islands. le -losss 





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Name ..^^3™- 



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STADT, Hennann 



UNITED STATES ARMY 



PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION-, 



(Sumame) . (Qiven natne) 

{Pletuf type or print plainly) • 



(Middle name) 



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Clä^stßcation. 




Color _.W. 



Sex -Male Reference 

RIGHT HAND 



/ iplAJ 



1. Thumb 



2. Index finger 



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3. Middle finger 




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4. Ring finger 




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5. Little finger 



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LEFT HAND 



«;. Thumb 



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7. Index finger 



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8. Middle finger 



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4—^ 



9. Ring finger 




RITCHIE^RYLANp 



ual takin^ i)ri 



JTote amputations 



Si 



gS^jire: 



10. Little finger 



Xj 



4j^y5w^f?t^ 



multaneously 










Left thumb 



Right thumb 




Four fingers taken simultaneously 



Right Hand 



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U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTINS %FFICE 



16—10588 



BEADQOARTBBS 

NIKTH ü« S. ARMI 

MIUTUI INTELLIGENCaB SSR7IG& 

LLLESON SEGTIW 

APO 339 



23 October 19U. 



SUBJECT t PersQxmel« 



TO 



t Off leer in Charge, IBterrogatlon Prisoner of War Team U^, 
Xn Corpoy APO 270, U* S« krmy^ 



BeqxLDBt InformatiooEi conoemixig osie (1) Enllsted man wiitiilng on 
Team Status Report^ dated 22 October 1944« 





A« lEWIS 
Capt«, C« £•, 
liiä,6(m Offlcer« 



S B C R E T 



HEADQÜARTERS 
FIRST UNITED STATES ARMI 
APO 230 



SECRET 

Auth: CG First Army 

Initials 

Date 27 Sep 44 



522 (C) 

SUBJECT: Troop Assignment No. 121 



-V..V * 



TO 



: Units Concerned. 



27 September 1944, 
T-3o4 



10, "^ELIftSIlJ^ liJL^- A^^^ to Hg & MX Corps ♦ 



By command of Lieutenant General HODGES; 



DISTRIBUTION; Oinit«d^ 



signedz JOSEPH E. MORRISSEY, 
Captain» A.G,D, 
Asst, Adjutant General, 



A true copy: \^.<AA^^>*»4 ^- ^^u^»^ 



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RESTRICTED 



HEADQUARTERS 
COT4MUNICATI0N ZONE (FORWARD) 
EUROPEAN THEATER OF OPERATIONS 
APO 887 



AG 3oo,4 (20 Aug 44) AGP 132H 



NET/mpb 



20 August 1944 



Subject: Orders 



To 



j Officers concerned» 



!• Omitted, 

2. 2ND LT HARVEY P. NEWTON, 0565150, AUS, is relieved from attached to MIS 
Com Z (Fwd) and assigned to IPV? Team #14» 

5, TCNT, TDN, 



Bty command of Lieutenant General LEE: 



Seal 



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»^AAW«^ « A« <9 4-J •« 



'^%mf ^ AA - i < 



CWO, USA 
Asst. Adjutant General 



DISTRIBUTION: Omitted, 



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A true copy: ^UaA>3M- f^ /VU^Uv ^^ l.]-^ 4 ^ ^ ^ 



RESTRICTED 



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AG 300.4 (11 Aug 44) 4Ö8H 

Subject: Orders, 

To: Officers and Erxlisted Mcn Concemed* 

1. The officers and enlisted men nan^d bolo.; will Pfl^^^f ^^^.^J^'^^Htion in 
12 Aug 1944 by Government transportation and/or rail fror ^^^^^^^ i;^^;f ^J.;^rf Jf the 
the United Kingdom to Southarr.pton, England, thcnce by Naval D^^^J-'^^^^^^^^;;;^^^^ of 
continent, reporting upon arrival to the C.oaandmr ^^^^^^^'f J;^^^;^,;'^ 
0-ns USA P.vd), for duty as d.ndicated, for th. purposc ^^f^^^^fj f ^'^^^^^^ 
instructions of the Theater^ Gomrnam'or, r.nd, ur.on «ori.iotxon ^^f tni. duty wxix 

rotum to their proper Station, 

Dr. vV'>7th Hq & Hq Co 3.1 

Bo.se Dopot, H?0 350# 

Duty with Hq Com Z, Laronean 

T of 0:'ns(P.Vi.). 

■>^ty Tr^ith Hq Com Z, European 

T of Cpns(F\.d), 

Duty Vvith Hq Com Z, European 

T cf Cpns (Fv:c;.), 

Indefinite TD* 

Indefinite TD, 

DS w/b?th Hq 6V Po Co, Q' 

Base D«pot, AFO 3!;0. 



IST LT LSE R.H. BEAUlvIONT jlt:?iC"'^y l'" s 

2ND LT ROBERT DART^IiJ^, 05551-)'; , ^>U-^^> 

2ND LT PETER GRUENTHi.L, 0555146. :/^'^ .. 

^2ND LT HARVEY ?• NEWTON, 0555150, i.US, 

Tee 5 Theodore J. Pta f i'.neki . , 36630076, 
Tee 5 Henry Berofsky, 36553646, 
Tcc 3 Nathaniel Joseph, 36305019, 



2. RaMbursemont, not to ezceed f our doUarB ^^f ^0 per dny for^qu.^^^ 
and an allowance of one doll.r .nd_twenty .f-^-_^cents_ (vi.2.)^pcr^ a.^^^^^ 




Xn not"availabir;;hire t^äv^ling within the Ifcited Kinedoi. and whilo in biie 

""^^'\f "Ihnmcers and enlistod mcn na.ied r.bovc are non^bcrs of the Allioc^ 
Expeditiona^^For^e. ^^_^^^^ ^^ ^ ^^^_^^ ^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^ 

Bv command of General EISLiI\^HOVJLR: 

• DOI'wJD 0/ GALLUi , ' 

g;?oTr.i»^^ . - 0.., »s*(«). . . . . . ..1 ,,,,0-sä; -L^. 

Each Of f icer and mi (4) 

CM See ;:; * ^ 

CO, Hq Df . Hq C.uüd. ATO ^>" ""-]]:- [[W^i Pe^s Mise Br, .,G0 

Pers 0, Hq Comd, APO oö/ • 

Officers » Br > ' ; ' ^ 

201 File ^N 

Moming Report ^^^ ^ 

VAl Intelligence • 

r:rlisted Br, APO 871 ^ 

AG Classification * Q;f |:j?|5 liS'^lCl A t 



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AG 300^4 (11 Aug U) 4Ö8H •- ^ ' ■'■' '■ 

Subject: Orders. 

To: Officeifs Cind Enlisted Mcn Concerned. 

1* Tltc of firmer s and enlisted men narned bel'W w?Ml proce -d '.>a or c:;bout 
12 Aug 1944 b:. (5'/v.3rniTiQnt transportation and/or rail fron their lorcscnt .roatioa in 
the United Kin^'jä^u to Southanipton, England, thence by Naval Disr;. tc.i^vocsel to tnc 
continent, re-.;:>rting upon arrivr.l to the C jLjr.andinr General^, Cm 7, .var-^pcan i ox 
O.-ns USA (F\^cl^ for duty as indicated, for tho pur:o3c of cr.rryi:u:' out thu^ 
Instructions of the Theater Conri.andor; and, upon .on-pletion cf thi.:^ uut/ t/v^^L 
retum to thijir proper Station. 

irr LT I£E R.H. BEAUIIONT 0159hC.::^, ^I'O, DS vV67th Hq tr Hq Co CJl 

3r.sc Depot, i.FO 350. 

^:D LT ROBERT BARULJ^, 053^1':, ^^^^^> ^^■^'^7 with Hq C^^i Z, Laropean 

T af O.^ns(l'^.vl). 

friD LT PETER GRUENTH..L, C'^'i.^^w, V.\. ^-ty '^:ith Hq Com Z, European 

T of Cpns(F\.d). 
r.ND LT HARVEY P- NEWTON, 0555150, iJJS, Duty i.lth Kq Com Z, European 

T of Cpns (Fv:d). 
' t'ec 5 Theodore J. PtaF;.neki., 36630076, Indefinite TD. 

•Tee 5 Henry Berofsky, 36553646, ' Indefinite TD. ^ ' ^, 

• ijcc 3 Nathaniel J.>seph, 36305019, DS w/-y7th Hq & Hq Co, 3^ 

D:,se Depot, AFO 3t'^^. 

2^ Reiriibursement, not to cxceed f our dollars (y4.0C) per d/:y ^ov qur.rtcrs 
and an fellowance of one dollar and twenty five cents (vl-25) per aay for^sui.'Sij- 
tence, is authorized each of the officers naiaed above v/hilo trr.ve.linr. Y/itiiin che 
United Kincdom and while in the United Kingdom. 

3, The duty directed in'par 1, above, being such as to necopsitr.t'^ a 
continual travel, or detention, status, m allowance of five dollars («,.^5. 00) per 
day, f>.s prescribed in Cir 63, this Hq, 5 June 1944;, ^s arreaded, ly authorizöd 
each of the enlisted men namod above in lieu of Govemnent quartero and/or^rrtioi«^ 
when not available while traveling within the Unitod Kinf,doni and while in t.ie 

United Kingdom. <.x. ,--,. i 

4, The officers and enlisted men nained above ai'e uembers or tne .i-J.i^:.' 

E^upeditionary Force. 

5, TCNT. TDN. 60-136, 114 P 432-02 A 212/50425* 

By cornmand of General EISE^THOV'ER: 

DIS TRIBUTION : ' ^^^ '^ ^ •*' ^^'^^^f^ > ' • 

CG« Com Z, European T of Oj^ns USA(Fv.'d) 1 Captain, iXD, 

^f ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ' \ 29 A3st i.djutant General. 

Each Officer and EI-I (4) 

(3^. See • \ 

CO, Hq Det, Hq Cuiüd, APO ÖG7 •*••...•.! 

Pars 0, Hq Comd, APO 38? '.•.•. 1 Pers Mise Br, üGO 1 

Officers» Br. •••• 5 

201. File y\ 

Moming Report .•...•(!) • 

lid 1 Intelligence 1 

•;:.rli3ted Br, APO 871. .• A-'L«-rB AI 

..C Classification GJ^^f fö^^mV^^ 







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l^J^^i^ 9^^^^^^; 




EipimTION CARD 



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To be Issued to all officers, other ranks and civilians ordered to erabark 
under mllltary authority as iiidividtial passengers; or proceeding in partiea of 
less than five in number. 



4^ 






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mm0mtm0mmm0t 



TO BE FILIED IN BY ISSUING AT]THO.^T 't^''-V 

ünit.flft?jirppp|W.T.pf.A»JV*.Pß.*n»Br.....GlvB Serial No. of Unit ,.,.. 

(if applicable) 

9 

Port of Embarkation. . . Sonjüiaaptoa Authority f or Journay . ./.:ßtWSV, 

Duty on which bearer ig proceeding, .•..♦ ♦ ,,, 

'(include reference to destinatxon if possiblo). 



P.T.O. 




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'r R. B, LCVETT, 
Signature/; l/i; BriffiW^r* P^wriJ^, V^^. 

'Adjutant General, ETOüSA. 
of issuing axithority) 



I«5TRT)CTIQ1^ 

handed to OC. Troops on board for transmiasion to tho E.S 0. «t port of ' 

dieembarkation. If, on a short sea voyago, :m .0.0. Troo^a h^steen rppolnted the 
bearer idll bo reaponaibl^ for han,^. . : card diroct to E.io. on dietSÄn 

h^I'f'^/^ '^°^^ of embarkation will bo responsible for compllins. from the 

vessel. The A.F. W/5169 forworded to the War Office" '(with othore.^pelÄtine to the 
same vossel) will bo supportod by theso Cards. ^«,-t.W€ ^O wie 



• r ■, 



^' S®J^ W/5169 forwarded to the War Office (with öthers «relatlnff to thf. b«««, 
TsfonZr^^, "' dia.mbarkation will be sup^rted l>y IL^a^s SaScd So SS 

2*and^^«wTii^^*i:??? f.^^' ^'/^^^^ renderedto' War Office under, poragraplw 
2 and 3 above will be filled In as appropriate nnd the forme signed by eTs.O^s^ 



• 



CONFIDENTIAL 

MBA VMM VIAV *■■■ 4pWf 'VnV M>M ^hn* ^i^B *^-f «^M M^M 

HBADCiUARTERS 

EUROPEAN THEATER OF OPERAT-ONS 

UNITED STATES Ata!Y 

AO 014.331 MPM 391 11 Aug 19U 

♦ 

Authorization to proceed to and from Northwestern Europe on dut^ 



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1« The offioer 
transportatlon on or about 
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12 Atig 19JU f-om London to the destination indlcat' 

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Name and Rank. .WWSI Jß. .SBIROH, .2^*.. «O^SSSISO . • WD, AGO Form No 



■*M«>)«M<HV- 



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Organization or Unit. M JSm^^SMA X .<t. .Qpna> .HS AlWy j^3^^^^^,y permit 

Destination. •••*«••. 

Member of tho AEP.,..ÄS Com Z...JEa... 



fiontiwBwIi •.,.-. ^^^^^^ Stamp inthe 

MHHH4,nq«H . . , ,...* ^^^^ ^^ civilianß 

and Service perßonnel 
other than AEF 



.■n m ■!«■ 



Z. Travel is authorized as neoessary in th© oiilitary sorvice. 




>• 



b. By Soa (Standing instruotions for sea trävel attaohed) • 

If air transportatlon is not inuiwdi ately availablo, p<.rsojma^ v^l • 1 tra-vel 



•\tor. 




DISTR IBUTION : 

Gi - I* of Transportation 1 

Por L Conanander, Southompton, •..•.•.! 
Offioer or Civilian oonoernod#. •• «.2 



L>0 ^5^ ^/ 

R. B. ijOVETT, 

Brigadiu. General, USA, 

Adjutant Gonoral. 

(Authorizing agenoy) # 




CONFIDENTIAL 



K^ 



iPECIx^L ORDIuRS) 



NUI/BER 



87) 



RESTRIGTED 



KE/UJQ^U/xKTEBS- 

FIELD IlNlTERROGi.TlON DETi.CHüEOT 

EraOHEAN T OF Oi^IS UI> I^d€£ 

1^0' 654 



10 August 1944 



!• The Officers named below, lilil Int Sv, European T of Opns, US Army, 
.now on D3 w/Fld Interrogation Det, Mil Int üv. European T pf Opns, US Army 
WPR 0/a 11 August 44 to Hl Mil Int Sv, European T of Opns US ivrmy, reporting 
upon arrival thereat to CO for dy. TCIW TDN 60.I36 p 432-02 a 2P/50425. 
(Auth^ Ltr, HOL European T oü Opns, 24 May 440 

2nd Lt ROBERT (l^O) B..HriS.N 0555169 AUS 2nd Lt PETER (MIl) GRUENTH/.L 05^^5146 i.US 
2nd Lt \;iLIJixl./I (13I/II) RITTIi^xN 0555148 ^.US 2nd Lt H/JRVEY P. LJEV.TGJM 055515o"'auS 

2nd Lt DAVID D. SIxi3ERBERG 0555H5 AUS 



2, Confidential. 

3. Confidential. 



By Order of Lt Col HOCI^GHILD: 



OFFIGIi'.L: 



EMIL P* Ji.LL0UlC ^ 
2nd iTt, AUS 
As st« Adjutant 



STERLBIG R. R^SER 
Major, FA 
Executive 



RESTR ICTED 



oPECL-L ORDERS) 
NLIBER 87) 



HESTRICTED 



KEADyj/JTri^HS 

FIEID lOTEHROGi.TIOH DEri^CHIEm 

WllöPEkN T OF Oi^JS UI> I>lil££ 

1^0 654 



10 August 1944 



1» The Officers named below, Mil Int Sv, European T of Opns, US krmy^ 
nov7 on D3 y/Fld Interrogation Det, Mil Int 3v. European T pf Opns, U3 Army 
WFR O/a 11 August 44 to m Mil int Sv, European T of Opns US iKcrny, reporting 
upon arrival thereat to CO for dy, TGl^T TDN 6O-I36 p 432-02 it 2J2/50425. 
(Auth: Ltr, Hg. European T of Opns, 24 l/]ay 44,) 

2nd Lt ROBERT (UICE) Bi^-RTlM.l^ 0555169 i.US 2nd Lt PETER (Mvll) GRUENrHi.L 0555146 i.US 
2nd Lt MlLuLi^U (IUI) RITTMxN 0555148 -..US 2nd Lt H/J^VEY P. HEITTON 0555ISO AUS 

2nd Lt DAVID D. SIx£ERBERG 0^55 145 -^-US 



2. Confidential, 

3. Confidential. 



By Order of Lt Col HOGI1SGHILD: 



r . 



OFriGIi.L: 

EJIIL P* Ji.LLOUIC 
2nd rt, AUS 
As st« Adjutant 



STERLING R. RfSER 
Major, TA 
Executive 



RESTRICTED 



\ 



'RxCSTRICTED- 
SO NO, 199, HQ lOtli Repl Depot, CrFRS ET0Ü3A,~.P0"'ö7A, US iirmy, I7 July A4, ctd, 

6^ ?AC VC CG GFIIS-^ .the follomng inanied ELI are hereby reld fr 

^tchd unasgat to Det indicated, GFR3 CCompanies listed) and are atchd unasgd to 
Det 37, GFI13 (303rd EG) for srdpment and TiP tö 12th Repl Depot, APO 551, US Army 
reporting upon arrival to the GÖ thereat for dy: 



Fr 
Fr 
Fr 

Fr 
Fr 
Fr 
Fr 
Rr 
Fr 
Fr 

Fr 

Fr 
Fr 
Fr 
Fr 
Fl- 
Fr 
Fr 
Fr 
Fr 
Fr 



Det 
Det 
Det 

Det 
Det 
Det 
Det 

Det 
Det 

Det 
Det 
Det 
Det 
Det 
Det 
Det 
Det 
Det 
Det 
Det 



4, 

4, 






Co: 



295 th RG: 



W. Co: 

LUä Co : 
4 ',,00 Co: 
4, HI Co: 
4 , ' I ii Co : 
49, 32l3t RC: 
4i li^ Co: 

::94th RC: 



>. 



49, 322nd RG: 
4i 00 Co: 
4,'293rd RG: 
49, '^;22xi'^. RC: 
4', 293rd RC: 
4 , ■ M'.I Co : 
49, 322nd RG: 
4 , i- -li'i Co : 
4, 294t h RG: 
49, 321s t RC: 
/,, CO Co: 



S/Sgt. RUSSELL, OTTS H, , I3OI56II IN CHG 
3':to Il.T^USCZYK, IG:uxTIUS N., 33052/^31 
Pfc. AL..:K, Jllili., 374I3CÖ6 
Pfc* ELAi:;o:ii^tD, ISIL R. , 32747931 
Pfc, HlUiST, J.J:J5 E., 35718148 

Pfc. KERi<:3ü:ri., ARTHie li;, 36450370 
pfc. Lin;j:D0, Sii^u::L ?•, 20530447 

P;Cco PSTR;^SKO, JOHN G., 32901690 

Frco :.03ivO3, ..rDREVj" :^,:i., 36604395 
Pvt. AUSTIN, ia:7r:,:::ige s., 34376229 
Pvt. ERo;.^J, jokn:/., 34376184 

Pvt. EGSR, ^-^iLTER I^£[. ,. 32790415 

Pvt. FAIILA, FR.1MI NLil., 32791741 • 

Pvt. GUSS, JOS M.I., 36373403 

Pvt. iiiLZ, KIGHOLAS j., 36697709 

Pvt. IHGK, JOHN mo:., 367576'^9 

Pvt. RO.EC, LLiEIC KlO!., 32515313 

Pvt. RUNxu, CilSSTERH., 36334252 

Pvt. aiLELHIO, CFLiRESS Nlil., 33573775 

Pvt. SIIlE-iLDI, RICPIARD T., 32672223 

Pvt. I:.:'BURR0, Ln:G?L...L rilT., 32939754 



Pvt* .'LuLOR, J.J. 



O TT 
^^ 11. 



3/^534610 



651-Inf 
602 

745 
776 

641 

761 

521 

607 

345 

I605 

1605 

511 

745 

745 
014 

014 
746 

745 

745 
014 

745 
610 



TCrT TD:J 60-136 P' 431-02 F3A 212/50425. Present CO idll 

für 11 the nee cookad rtit for the. trip. 

■ 2i ?*^C Cir IIo 69, H:^ ETOUSa 44, Pvt. CHOVANEC, LOUIS S., 

366c64/i3. 6G^>-Ql-iC is horeby reld ::r atchd unas^nit to Det hy GFRS (lll Co) and is 
atchd unas;-/l to Det 37, GFI^Ü (303rd RC) för shipmont and is atchd unasgd to 13th 
Repl Control Depot, iUF 433, APO 149, L-S i\.vix]- reporting upon arrival to the CO 
thereat for ^^ 

TGrT TD:I 60-136 P 431-02 F3A 212/50425. Present CO rdll 



/^. ,..-,._ J. U « .^ ^ ^ _ „ ^ 1 ,^ J ^^^.0. X»,v *-, 4- U -N 4- -v-i- »- 
X Ui ii OHC iit^i^ 'wUUr-^U P«-i.C» iUX UliU UX j.p » 



Gj> P^^C Courier liessage FT- 3541 IIQ GFRS 15 July 44, S/S;;t. ' 

BA IIEY, GECr:;:E H., 32329523, 651-C^ "^ is hereby rsld fr atchd unasgmt to Det 44, 
GFRS (3l6thRC) and is atchd unasgd to Det 37, GFRS (3C3rd RC) for shipment and 
is assi^necl to HQ GZ, x^FO 837, 1^3 k^:^ (10 D 15422) in grade of Technician Fifth 
Grade. (RGduction in grade is niade vatliout prejudice) ;/P o/a 19 July 44 to his 
proper sta and or^n reporting upon arrival to the CO thereat for dj^ w/Special 
Service Division: ' • 

TG:;T TDN 60-136 P 431-02 FSa 212/50425. Present CO will 
furn the n^c. cooked rat for the trip. 



o 



Par 66 SO 193 es this Hq is hereby amended by adding: 

Fnriivr:.^ - ZI2.8_-iiZC124. (As-mt of Officers to HQ ETOüSa IUS, APO 387) 



•Jf ^k ^ ^ ^ ^ ik -Je -K- -«• 4^ •){■ ^ 

By Order of Colonel KILIAInI: 



OFFICL'iL: ^fiT/^^J/^^^^CZ. 

TT LI ' ■:rrn/-, "T-< 



TvT 



iviajor, -iUij., 
Asst» Adjutant, 



ROBERT J. rmTON, 
Major, Ihfantry, 
Adjutant» 



RES'rRiCTED 



—Ol. 



TO BE DELI\^RED TO: 



RESTRICTED 



SO InIÖ, 1 99 ) 



m lOTH 
• GKiiS 
APO 


I^PL L^iil^OT 
ETOÜSA 

874 


EXT 
¥ 1^ ¥ 


R A 


G T 
?1^ 



17 July 1944. 



herebyrelcl f 
Det 37, GFRS 

to icast A/E 

IN CirlARGE 



PAG Cir Tb 69, HQ 3T0IJSA 44, the follov.lng named a! are 
r o.tcM unas^nit to Det 37, GPRS (301st RC) and are atchcl unasgd' to 
(303ra RC) for sl-iipment and are reassigned- to orgn listed belovi, W 
DiY,,^APO 472,. US.lxrn-^ reporting upon arrival to the CO thereat for 

327th Glir^er Inf Re<:rc .,-.^0 472. US Arniy . • ■ , • 

Pfc. ROoINoKI, IliiltRYP., 35239937 
Pfc. TLETJl, i-J^ITiUH H., 12166944 

'iiiy 



IN GHARGti 



IN GIL'ili'.E 



IN CrliliC^ 



IN CHARGE 



IN CII/iROE 



4Cast Glider Inf Rer;t.. APO L..72, US Am: 
T/5. IDiircD.^, CIAUDB F,, 33420391 
Pfc. IILLäR, BIBB^N H., 33287300 

pfc. SGi-nmp, .niiiidi J., 32476073 
Pvt. iiiii^aniLL, .iisx J., 34234507 

5 01s t P ara In f Regtu. APO 472, U3 Army 

Cpl. Mc(mlTK7 ^^-^l^"^^^ ^•:^ 32696072 
T/5. STZPIIiLNS, E.JII'URD "T. , 355S9237 
Pfc. hUTCON, HAtlRY D., 15353Ö27 

502nd Para Inf Regt., xlPQ 472, US Army 



sgt. Jciss, ..ll.:;n, 14024366 

Pvt. IIILIIGN3, EOYD'J., 32585915 ''' - 

Pvt. lUTTS, VJILFRaD, 31238419 

Pvt. vn:ELivOPOLA:i, johi^ j., 36550033 "■ - ' *• ' 

506th Para Inf Re^t., APO 472, IE Army 

t/5. BAR/i.iI, IiiDrRY J., 13084435 
Pvt. CYRaN, iiKDffi^TP., 33OI8O3O 
Pvt. LTEI^, JOIIIN, 3279ä0B2 

327th Gli de r Inf Re-^t. , APO . 472^ US_Ariirz 

Pfc. stcphLjJS, lERIurd vj. ,' 35539237 

Pic.ROSIIMI, ILJIRI F., 35289937 
■ ^OütU Para Inf RG:. , t .. A PO 472, US Army 

, . s-t..LoiEL, FiSibmi., 17073426 

LÖlst Glider Inf Re-t., APO 472, US A r^iy 
Pfcc GUUERilES, lOITY, 37350723 

■ • * 

TGIIT 7D:T 60-136" P / 31-02 FSn 212/50425. Present CO vdll 
furn the nee cooked rat for tho trip. 

.^ * P..C Courier I.:e55a5e FC-3246 HQ GERS 11 July 44, the follovj- 

in^ named EI^ are hereby reld fr atchd uns.sgrrit tb Det indicated GFRS (Corupanies 
listed) c^nu are atchd unac-d to Det 37, GFj^S (j03rd RC) for slupment and are 
assi^^ned ^to 32nd A/B Div., :.P0 469, US Army' (10 D 14333)- (Gonsl Req Ko 21) W to 
their -oroper sta and or^i^n reporting upon arrival to the CO thereat for dy: 



Fr 
Fr 



Det 44, 31ifthRC: Pvt. BR.iClii"i;.nH, ROBERT J., 1715 6851 "(IN CHG; 
Det 49, 322nd RC: ^ Pvt. FRUliU.iG,. OL^RENCE F., 1712293S 



8O5-SG 
174-SC 



TCIIT TDIi 60-136 P 431-02 FSA 212/5Q/f25. ' Present CO vdll 
fnrn the ^^^' cooked rat for the trip« 



REäläicls D ■ 



-1- 



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.«v. 



} 



TO EE- DELPOTJD TO: 



^0 NO. 19Ö) 



REvSTRICTED 

HQ lOTH EE?L DEPOT 
G?H3^ ET0U3A 
APO 874 

E X T R _. C T ' 
? ¥ 45- ^f -jf i ^(-. 



16 July 1944- 



Üjl So ^^-'^cl^ of Far 54 SO 19^, es this HO as Dertains to Pfc. 

H2LUOTJN.^^j];n,I^! 5.*....33;36]^0^ i3 hereby rescinded: (D/S of Kvl to lyth Base 

Post. OiTice, .iPO 350, 'J3 -^-iny-,) 

6% i'-C VO CG, GI'RS, ETOU^^.x, aPO 371, Pvt, D;,VIS, ;j)R .'JN 

W., 37540244^ 5:'^lr[p^ is horeby placed on d/S i'vith 17th BaseTost Office, ;j^0 ' 
350, U3 ..rny, (xj ^- 15505) •'/? o/a lö July 44, to his proper sta and orgn 'reportin'' 



upon arrival to the CO theroat for dy: 



furn the n 



TC:JT TDN 60-136 P 432-02 FS i 212/50425* Present CO will 
locessary cooked rat for tle trip« 



66, 



X 



'^0 ra-1321, KQ GZ, RS-3221, 16 July 44, the following 

najned 0, are iieroby reld fr atcud i;.nasgmt to this orgn and are assigned to HQ MIS 
STOUSa, ..PO 8^7, US -riny, (10 15436) (ETOJS.., IR3, HQ MIS ETOUS.i, 7 July 44) 
FT-3Ö21, V'JP to their proper sta and orgn reportd.ng upon arrival to the CO thereat 
for dy: 

2d Lt. e:j::ESi^G3R, CH.^ILESE., 0555159, ^^, Jn Charge 

2d i^t. b..rt:'ü.n, robzrt rfo:., 0555169, :.m ^ 

2d Lt. BEIK, PETER. C, 0555173, AUS 
2d Lt. BKI^G^^AM, JOHN I^J1.{I., 0555172, AUS 
2d Lt. COflN, FHEDKilC G., O555190, :,US 
2d Lt. C0B'3R, li'JJS, J., 0555150, AUS 
2d Lte ErrOED^^rP^, FRSDSRICIC C, O555151, \\]^ 
2d Lt. GRlIENTH;.L, PETER MI., 0555146, AUS 
2d Lt. HEJME-GEIDEPN, GOTTFRIED Nlil., 0555179, iUS 
2d Lt. HuLTON, EDG/Ji H., 0555178, AUS 
2d Lt. IGLAtJEP,, H.MS S., 0555147, .US 
2d Lt. J..C0B, NORBERT M'^I., 0555164, AUS 
2d i^t. LOEFPLER., ERni?J ?., 05551B5, uUS 
2d Lt. L05SER, H^U^S F., 05551Ö4, AUS 
2d ^t. :.iELFORD, ^.'iLTER R., 0555152, ,;US 
2a Lt, -^^^rm, iLFRSD G*, 0555132, .^S}Z 
2d Lt. ?JEUST:JDT, HKRlOrT N^^I.^ 05551^0, AUS 
2d Lt. CPPENriSIIdSR, GIDEON H.^ 0555176, AUS 
2d Lto POL..CI-IEK, JOHIJ F., 0555175, AUS 
2d Lt. RITT.4.tKN, HILLLJI NMI., 055514B, aUS 
2d Lt, ROBITSCrlEK, FRED F., 0555162, ..US 
2d Lt. ROSE.MoTOCK, FRSDERICK M., 0555181, AUS 
2d Lt. 5C:'EUFBLE, H'JJS F., 0555174, aUS 
2d Lt. SGIXiDLER, PKSDERICK IIMI., 0555211, AUS 
2d Lt. S:XEEFtBERG, IX.VID D., 0555145, AUS 
2d Lt. STR:.üS3, HEIIvIUT NüI., 05551Ö8, ;.us 
. 2d Lt. VOGELSTEIN, ^/OLFGJJG H., 0':>55\55 y AUS 
2d Lte YiKEELSR, rz.WK V.., 0555153, AUS 

\ , , ^ ' T'^^"^ TDN 60^136 P 431-02 FS;. 212/50425 • while on this 

travel statuj are auth rei-iburseinent for one dollar and tiventy five cents fSl.25^ 



ay for 3:>jcess cost of subs. :.ath: cir Mo. 63, HQ ET0U3A,' 5 June I944. 



7C "K -/f 



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By Order of Colonel KILI'iN: 



OFFICI.X; — ^5-.^ 



VJ. H. STO^'JE, 
ii.Sot, 'kdjutant 



ROBERT J. NORTaj, 
Major, Infantry, 
.idjutant. 



RESTRICTED 
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SPECLU, omy^RS) 




Niiraber 



197) 



Ri^STRICTED 

I.1ILITARI i^iT:jLL:La.rcE Service 

ETüUS/i 
APO 887 



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21; July 19itl| 



l» So much of par 11 SO 1?3 this IIc, es, concerning proniotion of Ei: MIS ETOUSA, DS 
\vith FID, as rcadG " Ii/Sst Louis L. Barth 32730277" is cimended to read "Pvt Louis L. 
Barth 32780277/» 



2. Col JOHN E.. DOYLE 08110 Inf and Ist Lt JEROIIE F. FORL^J^ Ol53725i4 QMC, Hq KI3 . 
ET0U3A, WPR and/or iT/ o/a 23 Jul hn to destinations narried belov;, and upon completion 
of TD will return to proper sta: 

Baaconsfieldj England 

BroadY:ay^ Enp:land 

Dovizcs, England 

Qxfor«^, En.-jiand 
In coiTii^l -vTith Cir 63^ Kq ET0U3A, 5 Jun hjiy reiiriburssmont not to exceed 'Jii.OO per 
day is atzd if povt qrs or billets are liOt available at TD stas, and an alv/s of ,')L,2$ 
per day is atsd if ^;ovt messing facilities. are not availablü. TCNT TDN 60-136 ? 1132- 

02 A 212/50425. (Auth: Ltr, Hq ET0U3A, 2^ Liay hu.) 

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PAC Dar 66 SO 193 llo lOth Reol Dep Glf'RS ETOlfeA, dd I6 Jul Uu, the namod bolovr 
a3-d bis ETOiia.^ -nd aro dI on D3 r^^EID, blS^ETOUS:., .IPO 651]., cff 17 Jiil Üb: 



2nd Lt CHARLYS -B; BANCRüFT 0555l59 AUS 

2na Lt PETER C..- B^ER 0555173 AUS 

2nd Lt FREDERIC d,COHN 0555190 AUS 

2nd Lt FREDERICK Q,, EUGELliANW 0555l5l AUS 

2nd Lt GOTTl:Rli!:p MEINE- a..LDERN 0555179 AUS 

2nd Lg HARNS S. I'XAUER 0555lli7 AUS 

2nd Lt E;ROTN P. LOEFFLER 0555135 AUS 

2nd Lt V;ALTER R. jiLiLFORD 0555152 AUS 

nd Lt H.1RVET P, UDTTON 0555l50 AUS ■ • '- 

2nd Lt JOHII F, «FOLACrlEK 0555175 AUS 

2nd Et FilED F.i: ROBiTSCIL^i: 0555162 AUS 

2nd Lt FREDERICK SCRIi>ilJlER 0555211 AUS " ■ • 

2nd.Lt HELi.iÜT RI:I STii.USS" 0555133 AUS 

. . _ . . .'■ ' ,"•'■■■■ 



2ndLt FRARK ii> b/IffiELER ' 0555l53 AUS 



2nd Lt ROBEIiT MlL BARTI.RiN 0555l69 AUS 
2nd Lt JOHN Sil BERGf^N 0555172 AUS 
2nd Lt HANS J, COLMER 0555l58 AUS 
2nd Lt PETER MI (21UENTHAL.. 055511i6 AUS 
2nd Lt EDOAR H. HOL^PN ,0555173 AUS 
2nd Lt NORBERT Ml' .JACOB' 0555l6i4 AUS 
2nd Lt HANS F. LObSEH ^0555l3i| AUS 
2nd Lt ALFRED.. G, ])/LErER 0555l82 AUS 
2nd"Lt ' :i?:DEÖFf'H; OPPENHEII.IER 0555176 AUS 
2nd Lt WILLIAIvi RITB'IANN 0555lu3 AUS 
2nd Lt FREDER JQK i.:.: RO"ia^ 055^131 AUS ; 
2nd tt ÖAVID'D.: SlLBER3ERG.0555li;5 AUS/- • 
2ndLt W0LFG4NÖ H. VOOELSl'EIN Q555155 ^US 



SIN "HRÖRNER 3l63ii56l ^SC and Tee U " HoY/^rd N/ Jewg3il ^i:^332936,"U3ATRD 17PGV> 
kh to ;Hq-.mS .ETOUSA; APO' ■8S73' for TD liot' to exceed one'(l) day, and upor 



5v-"C4)fHE 

o/a 2k Jul 4U to ;i-iq-.aiö •:':j.uüt)A,"^^a-'ü 'ODY, ror tjj n(ro to exceea one\i) aay, ana upon 
completion of TD ".Till return to proper sta, In cciiipl with Cir 63, Hq ETOUSA, 5 Jun 
kh-^, -an atos of . ,^.25 per>-day for':0 and' 52 ♦ 00* per -day. f-^r-EM" is atzd if g-oyt messin{;v 
facilities are . not- available;^ TCNT TDi^' 6O-I36 P It.32-d2 A 212/50U25/ (Aifthj Ltr/ ' 
Hq; ETOUoA, 2l| Ray 14h.) ; 

• ■ • . •. 

6/' VOCO 23 Jul hk directing Capt GHORCS K.. PARImN 0352806 FA and Ist Lt CHARLES V.. 
CPDYKE.OiloSOm FA. MIS ET0U3A, SD v;ith^ PIC, now on TD at 7th Arnid Div, to proceed 
by rail to 275th FA Bn, i^pO U03, for further TD not to exceed eight (3) days, and 
upon completion of TD to return to PIC, is hereby confirmed and made of record, 
the e::igencies of the service having been such as to prevent the issuance of orders 
in advance. In compl witii Cir 63 ^ Hq EiOUSA, 5 Jun i4i|., reimbursement not to exceed 
5a. 00 per day is atzd if govt qrs or biJ.lets are not available at TD sta^ and an 
alws of 51.25 per day is atzd if C'Ovt nies sing facilities are not available , TCNT 
TDH-,60-136 P U32-O2 A. 212/50Ü25, XAuth: Ltr, Hq ET0U3A, 2k Ray kk.) 



RESTRICTED 



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so 197 Hq MIS ETOUSA APO 88?. . 2ii~Juiy l^Ulu"". ~ ""'■. 
7. Conficiential. ; ,■ „. 



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8. Under, the provisions of AR 6l5-^5, M/Sgt , Juanita MI ' Robe r son A903157 U3ATRD is 
reduced to gr of Private, without pre Judice. ~" ~""~' --r— ^ ^^-Pf uoüinu is 

9. Under the provisions of AR. 6l$-5 and upon r^comnendation of CO concerned, Pvt 
Juanxta BJ Robersoh A903157 ÜSATm is prom-oted .to.gr, pf ^Technical SergS (telp'.) 

äöTTsI^^'m-HTT^^^^pSb^ USATRD is trfd in gr to VfAC Det, Hq Comd, 

ETOUS.i, AP0.Ö71, for dy with C,7CW0, APO 871. TJPR to APO 871, reporting upbn arrival 

LToisi^irv """S ''^* ^"'^ ^*^a-l-36 P i^31-02 A 212/50^25. (Auth: ' 1^^^ 



OFFICIAL: 



W. M. iTDRK, 
. Captain CE/ 
. Adjutant 



B.y . Order of Coloner DÖylE i 



■ • • GEORGE DANKER 
:"Lt. Col,, QlviC. 
Executive 



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R E S T R I C T'r:'.D 



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HEADQUARTEE3 APJ.'IY SERVICxi: FORCEPS 
EriEJIY PRISONER OF ^7AR INFORJIATION BUREAU 
Office of The Provost Ilarshal General 
Fo5* George G. Heade, Maryland 



4 December 1%5 



SPECIAL ORD.IRS ) 



NUIIBER 



46 ) 



^^ . J? ^HJ^. ^^^^-^ ^» ^^^^^ ^^- <GLIP) ^N 0246041 i« reld fr dy as 
executive officer this org effective this <!larU., 

2. Capt Charles J. Ilonks, Jr. (CIIP) AON 01797506 ie asgd dy as 
executive offieer this org effective this lata. 

TT . •^•,. ^^'!S ^^^^o^^i^g named KI are trfd in gr to Sep Center, Ft Geo G. 
Leade, ...d .JP rptg to CO. Ö Dec 45 for sep fr the mil scrvico under thc 

W7a lil^ ^"^ ^'•^" ^'^^^ ''-^^^^^ ^ ^^5-365 TDN 601^31P431-C2A2 12/6042 5 
^^yy-^yy^ l^DCm Ö Dec 45 Shipment No 3v624-27 AUTH: VOCG 3rd SvC SPHPI 
(:ir Fester) dtd 29 Nov 45 RR 1-2. 



MIT. & GRADE 
S/Sgt Ralph F liartin 



ASN 
17024271 



JIOS HCO 



HOME ADDRESS ASR 



••^•»mt^mt 



Sgt Harry Schneiderman 3209II4Ö 
Sgt David P McKee, Sr. 3^529236 
Sgt Robert S Wieger, Sr, 3914^530 



055 010 Pecrless, Hont. 

Ö21 1Ö6 1530 Sheridan Ave 

Bronx^ N. Y. 

055 056 Box 13 • 

Kaufman, Texas 



59 



Cpl Ruf US L Belyeu 



Pfc John E Ilerndon 



38564625 



30739123 



055 291 1124 Lochbrae Rd. 

M. Sacramcnto, California 

055 345 Rt n ■ 

Ilcckerj Oklahoma 

055 352 Box 154 ' 

Sparlcman, Arkansas 



4, Ist Lt. Harv^ P^ Newton (AUS) ASN 0555150 ^Separatco) this org is reld fr 
fr! Tm ^^^^"^ unasgd to Dot of Patients/ Regional Hösp, Ft Geo G Ilcade, 
:rvr ^?^S ?;^ ^^ 5 Uec 45 for obsorvatio.., troatment, and disposition under 
^ Circular No, 313 1945t EDCI-IR 5 Dec 45. AOTH: Par 1? SO 185 ASF AG & SP 
Redist ribution Sta, Asheville, N, C, Dtd 26 Jul 45. 

BY ORDER OF I.LIJOR REID: 



OFFICIAL: 



CHARLES J. HONKS, JR, 
Capt., CIIP 
Executive Officer 



CHiiRLES J. riONKä, JR. " ^ '^ l^ 
Capt., CliP 

Executive Officer 



DISTRIBUTION "B" 



Symbols: 



RESTRfCTED 



DP — By direction of the President. 

TDN — Travel directed Is necessary 
in military service. 

PCS — Permanent change o( Station. 



Special ^M%8 ) 



WP — Will proceed to. 

TPA — Travel by offleer or his dependents by 

privately owned automobile is authorlzed. 

DS £or offlcer's travel Is authorized. 

par. le, AR 605-180, Clianges No. 3. 



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AD— Active duty. 

TDPFO — Temporary duty pending 
further Orders. 

EDCMRt— Effective date of change 
on morning reports. 



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Par. 10. The foUowing changes in asgmts. and dutles are directed WP. TDN TPA 

601-31 P 431-02. 03. 07. 08. A 212/60425. All date« are 1945 unle«i otherwlso Indlcated. 



Washington 25, D. C. ^ 



yW-'-^^rM^- 



PCS. 



Name 



HAEViar F. Klv^TOM 
0555150, AÖ3 



Draff of Special Orders- 

Changes in assignment, 

officer personnel. 

WD AGO FORM r\Ar%c t 
I APR 1945 0495-1 

^-9135 



EDCMR 



Relleved from — 



2t 



Hou«t43», T^ md trfm TUT 



Information Hureau, BIGO 
Ft TxpOrge 0. Meade, Md. 



By Order of the Secretary of War: 
Official: 

J. aVälio 

MajonOenero 



EDWARD P. WITSEIl-, 



nrA^ll General ^njor General 



Assigned to — 



FHQD 



G. C. MARSHALL 

Chief ofStaff 



MCGREGOR ft WERNER. INC.. WASHINGTON, D. C.^ '■ 



. -■j.^.,4-an-}- Ctftner-^A 



RESTRICTED 



Symbols : 



DP — By direction of the President. 

TDN — Travel directed ia necessary 
in military Service. 

PCS — Permanent cbange of Station. 




WP — Will proceed to. 

TPA — Travel by offlcer er his dependents by 

privately owned automobile is autborlzed. 
DS for offlcer's travel is authoiized. 
par. le, AR 605-180. Cb9(iges No. 3. 




AD — Active duty. 

TDPFO — Temporary duty pending 
further orders. 

EDCMR^— Eflective date of change 
on morning reports. 



Specia 
No, 



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Par. 10. The foUowing changes in asgmts. and duties are directed WP. TDN. TPA. 

601-31 P 431—02, 03. 07, 8, A 212/60425. All dates are 1945 unless otherwise indicated. 



PCS. 



Name 



2D la 

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0555150, A08 



EDCMR 



Relieved front — 



2% 

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PKt H^X f^l, Fi* s«a 
SMHQr ^^ laf^nMUott 



Copy for 2d Lt. Harvey P. 



Assigned to — 



/n InfinroHitlon duremup/ 
Pf 0^9tgß 0. MMd#, Ud. 



Newton 



Draft of Special Orders- 

Changes in assignment, 

officer personnel. 

WD AGO FORM f\AQC <| 
1 APR 1945 U*»VD— I 



<y)-9135 



By Order of the Secretary of War: 

EDWARD F. WITSELX., 

"-"»^r General, - 

AoUWoTfa Q A<M^^ ft^ ^ General 



Official 
J. A 

Major Okneral 

The Adjutant Genera 



Adjutant 



G. C. MARSHALL 

Chief of Staff 



MCGRE60R & WERNER. INC. 



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RECORD OF AWARD OF DECORATION 



Xi/D AGO Form 0708 Supcrsedes WD AGO Form 0708, 1 Decembcr 1944, 
J*^ I -]945 which may be uscd until existing Stocks arc exhausfed. 



MISCELLANEOUS COPY 




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Office of Th« Provof?t Marshai C^nez'al 
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ürmy Ground and Service Forces RedistribTition Station 

Agheville, North Cprolina 



SPECIAL ORDERS) 
NLWiBER 185) 



26 July 1945. 



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14. IST LT R0B3RT A FOLSY, Ol 310 830, INF, is reld fr atchd 
unasga Casual Co A, thls sta, and Is atchd una^gd to Det of Patients 
tx°^^ C-H, Si-annanoa, N. C. FCS. &ovt owned transportation used. 
iDCI'"R: 25 July 45. Auth: 'VD Clr 880, 1944. 

15, IST LT DOROTHY M ROBINSON, N 723 042, ANC, Is reld fr 
atcnc.^unasgd Casual Co A, thls sta, and Is asgd to 6th SvC, Iv-avo GH, 
C-alesourg, 111. ',?p immedlately on 29 Julv 45. PCS TF-i "^DN 60]-3i 
F 431-01, 02, 03, 07, 08 212/50425 S 99-P99. ^DCFR: 30 Julv 45. ' 
Auth: T'-'X '7IT33LL, üTAG, 'T^^ph, DC, 25 July 45, SFXFO-A. " ^ \ 

15, IST LT Iv;hB2L A Ki-iRIN, N 755 409, .iNC, Is reld fr atclid 
unasgd Casual Co A, thls sta, and Is angd to 9th SvC, Let.erman GH, 
rresidio of S^n Francisco, Gnllf . -'VF immedlately on 28 Julv 45. 
FCS TF.-i TDN 601-31 P 431-01, 02, 03, 07, 08 212/60425 S 99-999. ' 
iDCMR: 2 Aug 45. imth: Tm "-ITSELL, .iT.-iG, ;7ash, DC, 25 July 45, ■ 

i.j 

1?. 2ND LT H^RVEY F NE^^TON, 555 150, ^US, ( Six (6) mos Temp 
Ltd Sv, rat to iv'ed Fqcility for reexam 9 Dec 45) is reld fr atchd 
unasgd Cnsual Co a, this sta, and is asgd to FMG Repl Fool, Ft Sai'i 
Houston, Texas, w/fifteen (15) days temp dy enroute at Enemy P'7 
Information Bureau, PMC-O, Ft George 0. Meade, Md., in connection 

51 P 131-01, 02, 05, 07, 08 218/60425 S 99-999. EDC¥R: 29 July 
45.. .-luth: T7X IVITSSLL, aT^-lO, 7nnh, DC, 25 July 45, SPXPO-h. ^ 

BY GRD'IR OF COLONSL V/ILLOÜC-HBY: 









FF ICIriL: 



H. B.- MaTTKE/S, 

V/OJG, USA 

As st Adjutant 



JR 



I 



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H. B. VaTTH]]WS, JR /J 

70 jo, us.^ /y 

Asst .-irijutint 



DISTRIBUTION:- 

"B" 
C&A 3r (0 See)- 32 
C.^I T SCKaEFFER - 2 



RESTRICT 
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D 



Symbols : 



RESTRICTED 



DP-|P|Midi»4Mltai of the President. 

TDN — Travel directed is necessary 
in military Service. 

PCS — Permanent change oC Station. 



¥ 



WP — Wm proceed to. 

TPA — Travel by offleer or bis dependents by 

privately owned automobile is autborlzed. 
DS for offlcer's travel is autborlzed. 
par. le. AR 605-180, Changes No. 3. 



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Special M|%8 ) 
No. ^ ( 



AD — Active duty. 

TDPFO — Temporary duty pendlng 
furtber Orders. 

EDCMRk— Eflective date of cbange 
on oiorning reports. 



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Par. 10. Tbe following cbanges In asgmtt. and duties are directed WP. TDN. TPA. 

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officer personnel. 

WD AGO FORM rxAe%c i 
1 APR 1945 0495-1 



By Order of the Secretary of War: 



Official 

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Major okneral 
The AdjVttmt 



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EDWARD F. WiTSEa. 
Ge»era4te3or General. ^^ Q»a»taX 



G. C. MARSHALL 

Chief ofStaff 



MCGRCGOR a WERNER. INC.. WAS 





OFFICER OUALiriCATIONS RECORD 



Read the form completely before you answer any of the questiona. If a question does not apply to your particular case, writo "Does not 
apply". If in doubt about the answer to a question, leave it blank. An exjDerienced officer will assist you in answering such questions. 
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(I) L>ST NAME 



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FIRST 



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DATE OF GRADE 

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\ EM J CIVILIAN RES PCS NGU S RA 



(9) DATE OF BIRTH ^ COUNTRY 

(13) MARITAL STATUS (cirO-E) 



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ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS IF NECESSARY 



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f19) CIVILIAN EXPERIENCE. GIVE A COMPLETE RECORD OF CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT. START WITH YOUR LAST POSITION AND WORK BACK TO THE 

FIRST POSITION YOU HELD. DESCRIBE YOUR FIELD OF WORK ANO POSITION AND STATE YOUR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES SO SPECIFICAU.Y AND IN 
SUCH DETAIL AS TO MAKE YOUR OUALIFICATIONS AS CUEAR AS POSSIBLE. -NAMEOF EMPl_OYER" SHOULD BE THE ORGANIZATION NAME, NOT THE OWNER'S 
O« SUPERVISOR S. 'KINO OF BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION" SHOULD BE SPECIFIED BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND COMMODITY OR SERVICE (E. G.. 
MANUFACTURER OF ELEVATORS. WHOLESALE FURNITURE). "nUMBER AND CLASS OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISEn" SHOULD INDICATE WHETHER SUPER- 
VISION WAS DIRECT OR INDIRECT. EARNED INCOME' SHOULD NOT INCLÜDE TRAVEL EXPENSE AND SIMILAR ITEMS "EXACTLY WHAT YOU OID-'SHOULD 
SHOW YOUR FUNCTION. IN ENGINEERING THIS WOULO BE CONSTRUCTION^. DESIGN. OPERATION. ETC.: IN INDUSTRY FUNCTION WOULD BE EXPRESSED AS 
SALES. PURCHASING. OVERALL MANAGEMENT. ACCOUNTING. ETC. IN OTHER OCCUPATIONS. SIMILARLY. EXACT FUNCTIONS SHOULD BE STATED TO GIVE 
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EXACTLY WHAT DID YOU DO"» 



NUMBER AND CLASS OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED (sHOW DIRECT AND INDIRECT 
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MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT USED 



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NUMBER AND CL>SS OF EMPLOYEES YOU SUPERVISED (SHOW OIRECT AND INDIRECT 
SUPERVISION) 



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RSAFM 2C1- Newton, Harvey P. (o) 



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AG .:■. SIT RüDlSTxaFJTIöN STATION, Ashoville, North Carolioa 20 August 19A5 
0: Commanding Officer, PMGRP, Fort Sam Houston, Texas 



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1. Forwarded aü .a matter portainirig to a raerriber of your comiRand. 

2» Subjeüt officer was transferrüd to your comimnd per paragraph 
Sp.)cial Oribr No. ±35 tliis hsadquartors, dated 26 July 19A5 



FOH TtD: CjL'J^IAJniDING OFFICüH: 



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WD AGO, Form 66-1 



Ist Lt., AGD 
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r^bAPM aoi^ Newton^ Haryej I. (0) W/ ^ind 

(3 Aug 457 

Au .:- aiT RiDIST^aR-'TlON ü'TüTION, AshovillQ, North Carolina 16 Atti 



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Coamandixig Officer^ FMQ Heplacefteiit Pool^ Ft« Sam Houston, 



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I. Forwardad ay a matter portaining to a niember of your coiiirrand. 

iJ, Subjekt officer was transferrüd to your coinimnd per para^rc>ph 17 i 
Gpocial Order No* 185 . tliis headg^uartors, doted 26 July 19A5 • 

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l.st Lt., AGD 
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201-Kowtoii, Harry P. (0) Sud W/ Ind. 

FUOORP» Fort Sain Houston, Texas, £1 August 1945 

TO: CoMumding Off leer, Prisoner of War Information Bureau, 
Port Oeorga G. Meada, Maryland 

Raqueat compliance with baslo ocMDBunloatlon. Subjaot 
officer Is non on temporary duty your coamand per paragraph 
17, Special Orders 186 AOa^ SF Redlstrlbutlon Station, AsheTllle, 

FXEC. 

POE THE COMMAHniHO OPPIOER: '^■'^^ -MjlL^JIZ 

ASST ADJh ij^j^ 

PERSO 

S-4_ 

lUMIH D. McEIHDnr 7Z 

Gaptaln, GliP .^ 

Peraonuel Officer 



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From ASF 2nd Service Command, ASF Convalescent Hospital 
Canp Upton, New York dated 3 August 1945. Records reveal 
that 2nd ^^t. Karvey P. Newton, 055515Ü was released as 
a Patient from this hospital and sent to your Station Oi. • 
Ib June 1945. 2. To enable this hospital to follow-up 
former patients with viöw toward evaluation of the rcsults 
of conva.escent programs and initiation of any possible 
iaproveKents orindicated changes, it is requested that 
the followins inßormation, together with any comiaents 
you may care to include, be supilieü: a. uescription of 
duties, b. kanner of Performance of duty c. i^uicber of 
times individual has reportea to sick call d. •■^ether er 
not individual has been hospitalized ( or separated irom 
the Service). If so, for what reason. ^^^J 



3. 



Should the above officer have been transferred froni your* 
organiz^Äon it is requested that t)^t letter be fonvardeci 
by Ist lir. ^ 



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Am<lY SERVICE FCRCES 
SECONP SERVICE COM/IAND 
Army Searvice Forces convalescent Hospital (zi) 

Camp Upton New Yoric 

SuspensG date^ 



Date :a .iiu.'!. i, ia^«> 



SUBJECT: Status of Former Patient 



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AS.N_j;v,5;__j_lii£^ , v/as released as a p:-^tient from thls hospit .1, 

pjid Seilt to your Station on 15 Ju ne lg 5 • 

(Datc) 

2. To enable this hcspitnl to fcllov/-ap ferrner pc.tients v^ith a 
view toward evduation of the r.'suitü of convalescont progr jiiis j.xid 
initiaticn of any pcöLsible impr:jvemGntö or iiidicated cbangco, it is 
requcf-ted that the following infc:rmaticn, together with i^ny c jinfK^nts 
you inay care tc include, be supplied; 



a. Doscription of duties 



b. Manner of Performance of duty. 



NUfiiber of timoü individu::! h'S reportcd tc; Siel; Call 



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d. 



Whether or not individual h:& been hcir^pitalized (or 
separated from the Service). If so, für what rcaüon 



3. Should the abave n:;med Enlisted Man have been tranoforred 
from ycur org .nizatijn, it is requostcd that thia lett^^r be forwaröed 
by Ist Ind. through the individu-l's new organiiScaicn to chls hos- 
pital, in order that complcte information mny be secured fr;.m e'.ch 
Commander concorned. 



For the Cc^nn^i^-n^^iQ£' Officer: 



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!• Forwarded txt* a matter portaining to a niember of your command. 

«^. Sud je et off icer was transferred to your coimiBnd per paragrciph 
3pucrj.l Qi^der Ko. i ^ . this hsadquartera, dated 



i^OH Tl-i-; COJ^J^iAl\iDINC. OFFICjSH: 



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Ist Lt., AGD 
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a01-N#wton, Harrty, P.(0) 



3rd Ind 



9ID0HP, Fort dftm S>\istQ9i, Tiocas 

TOj Comnitndliig Offle«r, Intmy Prlscmer of »er Information Burtau , FißO, 
Fort Oaorga 0« Maada, Maryland, 8 Augaat 1945« 

1. Forwerdad aa e mattar partaining to your conmand* 

2. Subjact off icer now on TDY your Hsadquartara, pureuant tö par 17, 
SO 185, AßkSI Hadist. Station, iiahaTilla» N. C, 

fOIi THE C(Ä1 AJiDISö CFFICXR: 



WAL1SK W. WRIGHT 
Captainp CUP 
AdministratlTe Offieer 

BiiSIC: To-91st Cren.Hosp. APO 204 US ^rmy, from Hdqtrs Q}A Depot Personal 
Effects & Ba^gage üPO 513, dete 14 June 1S^5. This Office is in receipt 
of en inquiry concerning the peraonal property of subj off. Records of 
this Office do not reveel receipt of subject property. Request completion' 

of tracer form below and return to this office. e. From ßTO b. To ^ 

APO c. Date of shipments, Shipped ive d. type Container or parcels 
e. Receiving Unit Tally in No. , & date of Tally-in. If office did not 
handle those effects, request indorsement to thet effect. IF this property 
hes been forwerded request this tracer be indorsed thru the sme Channels 
that theproperty was forwarded, submitting a copy of the indorsement to 
this Office. 



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aRLiY S-CRVICE FORCSS 
Array Ground and Service Forces Redistribxition Station 

Agheville, North Cnrolina 



SFr^CIAL 0RD5RS) 
NUMBilR 185) 



26 July 1945. 



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14. IST LT R0B2RT A FOLSY, Ol 310 830, INF, is reld fr atchd 
unasgd Gasual Co A, this sta, and is atchd una^^gd to Det of Patients, 
i^core Crn, Sv'annanoa, N. C, FCS. G-ovt owned transportation used. 
iDCFH: 26 July 45. Auth: TO Cir 280, 1944. 

15o IST LT DOROTHY M ROBINSON, N 723 042, ANC, is reld fr 
atchd unasgd Ca^ual Co A, this sta, .and is asgd to 6th SvC, Mayo &H, 
C-alesburg, 111. ivp immediately on 29 Julv 45. PCS '^Fa TDN 601-31 
P 431-01, 02, 03, 07, 08 212/50425 S 99-999. ^DCFR: 30 July 45. 
Huth: T-^X ^ITSSLL, üTACr, -/nah, DC, 25 July 45, SPXP-O-A. ^ : 

16. IST LT MhBEL A Ki].^RIN, N 755 409, üNC, is reld fr atchd 
unasgd Gasual Co A, this sta, and is asgd to 9th SvC, Let^erman GrH, 
rresidio of S^n Francisco, Cnlif. WP immediately on 28 Julv 45. 
PCS TP-^ TDN 601-31 P 431-01, 02, 03, 07, 08 212/60425 S 99-999. 
bDCMR: 2 iiug 45. üuth: T'^^x ^vjtsSLL, iiTAG, ^ash, DC, 25 July 45, 
SPXFO— ri. 

17. 2ND LT PURVEY P N^.VTON, 555 150, üUS, ( Six (6) mos Temp 
Ltd Sv, ret to Med Fqcility for reexam 9 Dec 45) is reld fr atclid 
unasgd Cnsual Co ü, this sta, and is asgd to PM& Hepl Pool, Ft Sam 

_^ Texas, w/fifteen (15) days temp dy enroute at Snemy PW 
üTotion Bureau, PMC-0, Ft G-eorge 0, ¥ieade, Md., in connection 
■-^ctjLVitiese i^/p immediately on 27 Julv 45. 'pCS TPA TDN^ioi- 
431-01, 02, 03, 07, 08 212/60425 S 99-999. 3:DCMR: 29 July 
AUth: T'.7X 17ITS2LL, aT^^G, 7nsh, DC, 25 July 45, SPXPO-a. 

BY ord:^:r of COLONEL WILLOüGHBY: 




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H. B, MnTTHE /S, JR 

V/OJG, USA 

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ARMY GROÜND & SV FORCES RKDIS TRIBUTION 

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ASHEVILLE NC 



BI ORDSl SW ASSIGN: 
LT COL CHARLES W WIRTS 0404560 MC 
IST LT DOROTHY M ROBINSON N723042 ANC 
IST LT MABEL A HEARIN N755409 ANC 



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9TH SVC LSTTBRMAN GH PRESIDIO OF SAN 
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PMG REPL POOL, FT SAM HOUSTON TEX LIMITED Sf 
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Major Martinson Rm 2306 Mxinitions Bldg w/d 

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AG L SF Forri i5H (C6:i) 



CERTI^IC^T2 Or Al'WvPD OF 3ATTLE ST:iRS 

I cürtify that I an -^ntitled tc the rol.'.ov ine a-.-.ardr: o.f "sattle 'tcirc by 
rea.v^n of nervice as foliov.^; 






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Cairr;ai';n. i-rhilfB on duty 



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Campaipn v/hile on dut 
(N-'j:3 of UNIT) 



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( LOG -vT 10 'I ) , dur in;!^ f ae re r 1 od . 

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f-jrtafir certiiy that I (a::} (^ifi*- 



eutitieci to the award of the 



G-ej ^ h :t .. I nf . ^u-rLy^nT'^Mi .'iacu;^, '^ , The pLir-l/^ ;:oart ^ :Gdal ( yr^ (i^ithout) (Cak 
Loaf Clurtor) -^nd thit I aavo rGceiv(^d the saine :-;t a nresentation or havB 



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NEWTON, HARVEY P 555 150 2/LT 

26/1G7 FT DIX AUS 

19 JUL 45 31 DA TDY CO 




i RIiPORT OF PHYSIGAL EXAi/HNATIGNS 
OF OFFIGiLR PERSON^TIX 



aRMY SiiUVTCL FORCES 
AG & 3F RiLDISTRIBUTION STATION 
Medical Section 
Asheviile, N. C 



\ 



Pat e 21 - 5*^ 194 y 



FHYSIGAL FRQFILL 
/ V / Xi / L / II / % /S/X/R/D/ 

ReconuTiendation of Cliief Medical Examiner; ... 
(a) Göneral Military Service - 

(b)^ "Llriii/(^a Military Service - J 

(c) Hospitalization - 

(d) Diagnosis: //^ 






Re G omir.e nd a t i on 



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MEDICAL OFFICER 




AG So SF Form No. 391 (Med) 





OFFICER^S .^LJTJSTED SERVICji PATINQ FORM 



NEWTON 



HaRVSy 



C 555 150 



3. 



Ltist Name 



4D LT iUJS 



First Nc;me liaidäie Initial "Army Serial No. Grade Arm/serv 

I 



Type of credit 



!• SERVICE CREDIT. (Number of months in 
Army since 16 sep 40) 



2. OVERSJL^ CREDIT. (Number of months 
served overseas since 16 sep. 404— 



C0Iv3AT CREDITo (Nui^iber of decorations 
and bronze Service stars av/arded for 
Service since 16 Söp 40) 



Number 



T 



^1.. 



/ 



3 



Multiply by 



/ 



Gredits 



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4. PARElNiTHOOD CREDIT. (Nujnber of child- 
ren under 18 years old) 



TOTAL GREDITS- 



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/-J 



li 



Individual desires to be retained in the Service during the present oinergency: 



A/e . ^''■'- 



(Yes or No) 



ikirtt^j:!/!^^ 



(For those o^ the abovo who are interested 
in Regulär Army appointments , further 
information and an opportun! ty to apply 
will be f orthcoming« ) 



Efficiency Index 



^^Ij6il/XMJJ:<rXi 



Certified by 




(oHT^^whFpMpared^form) 



OFFICER^S ADJITSTSD SER^/ICE RATING FORM 



AG & SF Form No. 437 



jr ' CÄCFR^S iirJUSTBr SI^RVICE RATING 

\ First ^'üiHa i'Mr^/iiÄ tv>j?-i- acat r.i^^^A^ .at%w^ a»-« ^t»- 




Last Taine 



Kidüle Init. 



ÄSN 



"ofade Arm or '^rvice 



T^/pe of credit 



Thir.ber \ f/nltiplv bv s Credits 
4, 



!♦ PE^^nCE CREDIT. (Nuinber of Porths in 1 



Army since 16 Sept iJ^O) 



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5 



2. OTC^.'^EA? GRTTT. (Niimber of r-onths"* 1/5 ' ö 
served overseas ?ince 16 Sept ^C)_ ^1 _^ 1 1 ]_ Q^ 

3. COr/BAT CRE.^IT. (Nnir.ber of dßcorat- " """" "■ """ 
ions and bronze servlce stars award- 
ed for sorvice since l6 Sept /+0) 

U. PArSNTHOOD CRI^T^IT. (KMiri.bor of child- • 

rrn und er 18 ycarr^ old) ! I 12 » 



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fl 

I 



TOT AI CRKPTTS j 



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7/ 



Indnvidnal de.^jres Vo f |if.,V-) 

to be retv^iriod in thc Service d^'^ran.':: tho pr<^sent ßm'^!r?^oncy (sffO rar» Ab) 

(For thos^ of tho abovo y.o are irtororted :'n Rer^« 
ular Arm^r appolntirionts , Ajrther irforn-atior and an 
opporbanity to apply will b^ f ortbcoiri np) 

Effi Cheney Inde r AfoTf^/^o w/^ 

{see par. /^c and appendix lAj 






ertifieu hy^ 



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/ 



Pprsoimel Onicer 



ipffioor -rho prorar ^d forir) 




■ * ■ > ■ W»*i 



INSTR^'CTIONS 
!• EA'l' OFFICSR T^ST ^^I^TIRSTANT THAT HIS "TOTAL GRE^'ITS' 



T.TTCT'PTO 



i: 



ARE 



SECONTARY GONSIPERATIO^^S TO rILTTAPY NEC?FSI'"Y I]^ 
FE SHALL BE RELEASEP OR RETAIt^EP. (See par. 3b) 



T TM 



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riCE CRETTT, As for enlistod personrol in RR 1-1 and os B<^t förth in 



pa'r^prapb An{2) of thepe rerylations, 

3.- O^/ERSP^AS CREDIT. As 2 above. 

/,» CO?:BAT CREDIT. As for enlisted personnel in RR 1-1 -dth the addition of 
the ^^ist5ngiiished vService -'edal to the a^*':ards for 'vhich credit dll be rlve 

5. PARET'THOOD ORET-IT. As for enlisted personal in RR 1-1. 



n, 



' TO: 





1. Th-^ r>-^n]os<^d '■jlhi^te-.l oerv^c 









2. la-t 11 



tt-r 'xirT •/T'^'-'T * ■^ rn^'CT nvcM i.r-' 1 T h 



1 v-^.o tjrt'ir/ti'^irin 



! - '• ^^ •'■ ^:j l^d rj 1 on.^S'^ ü e of 'ipproxT-i a te Tjord 



^ ;,r^!F ' O''" ' !?0 * c'.^d 



+ V 



r»*n 



ri . At^"'- adcnt'oral rar-»- of a ^^^"^tV of 15 ca^rs or rrore "■ :?f t to vonr 
b. Verbat >edn: I-c'-a- ^^^- f'^^*- n-a -::3fib ^do-'t^-^-nl a'^-ord o^ ^'^'^ 
A— rnc-il. P-rrlo F'^^art, r^r^o ^^^'-zz Sov^-^'^o Pthrf- ( T^^ttle lar-^^c^^^a-^^on ^t^rs, 



-. par'-rtbood cr-dit: nr to '-- >''-:?^ rb:ld-^- onV% 
i. --^d-Tct all t'r^^:^ lo?t ■■^vcer H 1C7. 



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DISPOSITION BOARD PROCEEOINQS 

AR HO- 590 



V 



I. NAME AND LOCATION OF HOSPITAL WHERE BOARD HET 



kBf t^onvctlmeant ffosplt«! (ZI) Ciär^ U)yt^m^ Bm Tork 



3. LAST NAHE - FIRST NAHE - HIDDLE INITIAL 



8. UNIT ORGANIZATION (»•tim«ml, Squmdron. Oramp Comm»t>4) 



•i. ARHY SERIAL NO. 

0-555150 



NDICATE 



AAF 



ACT 



t 



5. QRADE 



9. DATE AOMITTEO 

10 m-s ta 



6. ARM OR SERVICE 



« 



2. DATE OF MEETING 

9 JuiMi 1945 



7. AGE IN YEARS 

34 7Al 






11. CIRCUMSTANCES UNDER MHICH ADHIHED TO HOSPITAL rc.».. •/ Ädmi,,ion) 



12. DATE ENTERED ON ACTIVE DUTY IN COMMISSI ONEO 



WiO 



19U 



13. MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY (ritt.) 



R. CURRENT EFFECTIVE AERONAUTICAL RATING 

(If Anr) 

Bynm 



15. ON FLYIN6 STATUS PRIOR TO PRESENT PER ICD 
HOSPITALIZATION (Y„ ., No) 



?Ä 



18. AFTER CAREFUL CONSIDERATION OF CLINICAL RECOROS, LABORATORY FINDIHQS AND PHY8 ICAL EXAMINATION THE BOARD FINDS THE OFFICER TOHAVE THE FQL10MIII6 DIAGNOSfW;, 

Mipeet, p?>lnt <>f «Kit mlmr »«|)00i^ »«vBr«>, incurrtid in ««tio'] b/ «n©.::/ a eil Jtrftg* 

oo{:igiinut«d^ ©rwiplitU, Ifieurred «m iii and »«ooiÄlary to 1 abnw* !,>:>• !«•• lA^i«ni^# 

Irsrrpo'ved» 



17. 



DATE OF 0RI6IN 
OF INC APACITY 



(1) 
(2) 

(3) 



l*/ 



30 Jtov 44 
30 i^loT 44 



18. 



DATE BECAME UHF IT 
FOR DUTY 

(rNTEK ONB DATE) 



^ " ^m iJi 



19. 

IS CAUSE OF 
INCAPACITY 
INCIDEHT TO SERVICE 



^ 



YE»_ 



X 



NO 



20. 



EXISTED PRIOR 
TO ENTRY ON 
ACTIVE DUTY 



YES 



X 
X 



DEGREE OF DISABiLITY FOR MILITARY SERVICE (check appkopkiate itbus) 



2H. TOTAL 



25. PARTIAL 



26. PERMAKEKT 



2n'\ Lt. mrvm 



27. TEMPORARY 



28. 



NOME 



fjgtftan^ f (tgtt<,?rl 



21. 



PERMANENTLY 

AGGRAVATED 

BY ACTIVE DUTY 



YES 



X 
X 



^ 



22. 



MAXIMUM KOSPiTAL 
BENEFIT RECEIVED 



*. 



X 

X 



NO 



23, 



IS OEFECT 
PERMANENTLY 
INCAPACITATING 
FOR GENERAL SERVICE 

i3d 



YES 



TYPE OF SERVICE RECOMMENDED (check ome) 



29. GENERAL MILITARY 
SERVICE 



ftlaffffiflfK? 



30. LIMITED MILITARY 
DUT\MN HIS M.O.S. 



31. NOT FIT FOR ANY 
MILITARY DUTY 



ftg iumliflad for füll 



niülSw/"i^u*c^f ""6» wtumöd to duty Iri m t»5i>omr/ li^t<iKi ««rvic« «tirii» i^^r m pßrlv4 
of »ix mtttlm^ «t Um &xpirmtX:>n tif «hleh pmri'yd, 9 Tieeon^jer 1045, fm i^lll t)« r«&turw«Ä 
to *n Äpproprtfltfi ««dieiil ifiMiility fbr r^«^>ji»ld«witio« of hl» j>hy»i«a f»|Äclty for 
edlltari' duty» 



33. SIGNATURE OF BOARD HEMBER (Pr.,i^ent) 



'f; m°^.*"f "UTÄlf»; «. c. 



36. IREQUEST RELIEF FROM ACTIVE DUTY 



YES 



NO 



SIGNATURE OF OFFICER 



39. POSITION VACANCY EXISTS 



YES 



NO 



SIGNATURE OF 



LIAISON OFFICER 



NAME AND GRADE 



LIAISON OFFICER (Typ,) 



34. SIGNATURE OF BOARD MEMBER (ftcorHe^) 



37. DATE APPROVED Xd tkum ^V4> 



DATE APPROVED 



35. SIGNATURE OF CO. OF HOSPITAL 



NAME, GRADE, ARM Ok SERVICE (Typ,) 



*38. DATE APPROVED 



SIGNATURE OF CO. OF STATION 



NAME, GRADE, CO. OF STATION (For «««ion. /.Station 







WD. AGO FORM 8- HR 
i Qc«o>«r 1944 

REPROOUCEO FPP 2SC 60V. ISL. M v 2? "*" '^ '^ 7^00!f 



SIGNATURE 



NAME AND GRADE (T,p,) 



INSTRUCTIONS: Siin original oiilr. Sifiator. ooDfttitgt.i »ppror.l, if dlt»pproT«d. iidoti. r«»toa( oi 
'^'W *\** '"' BOB concorrtnc« »ad do aot lifa ob fae«. Itam fl* ii for •■• of kickor aitkor i tr oalv 
if CO of ho.Pit.l -o.. Bot coBc.r witk Board fiBdia... Hi,..,r"..thori tj Vor ASf kVaalül. «r/siV/i 
CoBnaadari; for AAF kotpitali - G.G., Army Air Forcot: «laaipt koapitali, fk« äBrt««a Qaaaral. 



e« 



aS-TS13-30O<l 



>v 



4 



4 



ARrr ^'•ERVICE FORC£'^ CCK7ALE CSNT HOfTIT/lL (ZI) 

CAI^P ÜVTOT', NKV^ YORK 



30 May 19/.5 



C L I K I C A L 



S TT Sf M A H T 



V 




Kewton, Karvey 

W DATI$ AD^ ITT 

LIOICN H ^^AUK ■ 



2rd Lt. 4211 0-555150 CRG Inf Unasgd, AGK 2^ 
10 K'ay 19451 ?HIOR "eWToe 4 year« 

CF %EAffl^rT It.:.LATlVr. : Tf) ^'äx Neustadt, 






• Vialnut Rd#| Tlneland, ^J, 

Thlv? 24 yof^r old white Offiöer was adiiitte^ as a foriröl trau sf er from 
Fletcher GH o/ 10 ^ay 1945 • He v;aB wcufided in aotlon by enemy .?hell 
fr«igrentß on 30 ^ ov. 1944, ^.e^r IngweljLer, Fra^^ce, sustalnlng g penetrat- 
ing wound, severe , of the left ^^vrist, ^ouad of e: trc;;:ce on the dorf?al 
aspeot oral wouxid of exlt on the palner^ aspact v,lth a reresultlng fraoture^ 
coffipound, coimilnuted of the left, navli^uiar, capltate, ax.d tiamate bor.es 
and a löceraticn of the «xtensor t«-do a of the thlrd and fourth finper» 
of the left haiid. The wouudR w»re debrided on 30 ov« 1944, at the 9th 
.vacuatioA Hoat)ltel, and a es t arpHe^ to the left ha-d^ ' ßecondery ex* 



cloeure of thewourda waa performed, ai\J a new caat applied ^t the 46th 
'M Oxi the 3rd 6f Oec. 1?4A. The caat wus rcifisovea and a poßt'^irlor mold 
splirt applied at the 198th r.n on 29 Jm, 1945. Intensive phyalotherpay 
to the left ha:.d w^.ß bef^un The caet ms diFonrded entirely ort Veb« 1945 
at the 91et GH, He wa? ev;^-uated to tho Zope of the Interior, and arrlved 
at the Fletoher OH on the iyth of " aroh 1945» Cr\ aimlseloii the wounds had 
headled, and the left v/riBX. uhowed 15^ ^f ^iorai-f iaxloi: and 15«^ of palmar 
flexion. XTay exaflilx.ation \©vealed fract|jre of the -avlcular, capltste 
haaiate boues with lion-anlon ci(T the navlcal/ir fEöcture. After l-terrlv© 
rhyfliotherpay, tho palmar i^^^lou ir-oveasef to 25^. He was sent to the 
,v^T Corvalescent Coßpitol i^li.Gainp Uptcrj^l^T, for co ,va i.e^Ge^t tr«Atfr«.nt: 
and cnre* An orthopoaic coinui^.. t feit that he had roached the maxirmxm" 
be.^efit of recordition 8nd ti^tsursery wWs not indlc:^led et thir tlmi 

oiißultait sugested a^'""^^ '*- -^" '- . .- 

Is presented to a 

DTACrKOrKt 1. Fractures, mutir©, cor.pouiid, corrLidnuted , comnlete, 

.. . v..«..^. .^... •^^n^!'^?"*^^^^ ^<^ ^^^""^ ßunshot, pirforatini^. 

.ceaoi\al aspect, point of exit palinar 

_, rr.r^ i^^^y eneffiy ahell fragß.enta oß 30 Nor IQz^ 

.:ear lagv/eller, France, LCD: fes. improved. '^ 

2. fraoture, nor.-uloL>f, navicular bone, left, recond-ry 



1 
o 



i.i b.xu u^^vKurgery we^e not indic-ted et thic tlme. 

'^Jll\^rr}^^ '"^*^ r«oxsr;,li:;5tior efter four ffio::ths. 
board of Ofioers for disposition. 



^1 and |2 abovs. 








DBS/ 



•fflfl 



^ W/lnA. 

AHMT SÄRTICl FOECIS, 8eeo*A Sarrie» OoBUBd, ASf OonTd«tc«nt Hospital (XI), 
Canp l^ton, Hav York 26 Juae 1946 

TOt CoBmandiiiß Of fl cer, Becaption Station, »ort Dix^ law ^araay 

1* forvardad as a nattar partaloilng to your command* 

2. Sul)jact off leer transferrad jour command on SO # 141, par 11, 16 Juna, 
thls Station. 

I0& THB COMMAimiNa OFFICM: 



DOlTD. SHBHRILL 
Capt, MAC 
^pply Offlcar 

524.21 - rfewton, Harvey P (O) 2d '7/lnd HT/hwf 

ASF, 2d SvC, RS '2, I262d SCTI PC, Fort Dix, New Jersey, U July 194.5 

TO: The Commanding Officer, AG-SF RS, Asheville, North Carolina. 

1. Forwarded as a matter pertaining to yonr canmand . 

2. vSubject Officer transferred your command per Par 26, Sk: #167, 
RS #2, 126 2d SCIJ PC, Fort Dlx, New Jersey, dated 16 June 1945 

For the Commanding Officer: 




H. TITTERID 
Ist Lt, AUS 
OIC Baggage 



• 



Rii^STEICTED 




^ 



SPECIAL Oi(DT';KS) 

mm^'^x 141 ) 



Jocond Service Conrnand 

A3F CoivaleGcent Ilo^pitcl (Zl) 

Canp Upton^. I^icvr Vork 



13 June 19*^0 



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rn 






?•• T(:C 5 John D Schuehle, 12186721, Ord, cxtchd unas^d, Det of Pnts, 
his hosp, is rcld fr furt?ier obsn " tre- tmont & trfd to Reoeption Gta 
?t Ocvers, I'.ase for prooessing and rGas3ij^;:n:acnt üP Soc VI "H) Cir 282, 194-xi 
'.P Ft Devons !'asß o/a l-i Junu 45« TDl^ ■ TC./FFT, PC^. 501-51 P 431-C2 
21Z/'60C:2b. In accordanco with :.R 00-2215 rj: will Issue tv/o (2) moal tic- 
kots to Tee 5 Schuchlo for 2/3 drr/#. ITnusod moal tickets vdll bo turned 
ovor to CO at dostination, EDCMR U^ Juno 45« .luth: 'TD Cir 303, 1944« 



p 



^« p-..rt t;a.)mond D Curthoys, 42022700, (;y)LC,- atchd unas,^d, Dot of Pnts, 
th:U> hosp, is rold fr fiarthor obsn r1- treatmont ä trfd to Roception ota 
Ft KcPhüi'son, Ga for orocessing & roassigrjiont ÜP See VI V,D Cir 2^2, 1944. . 
:JP rt licPherson Ga o/a 14 Juno 1945« TD]^ TC'.TK'>:T. PCS. 501-31 p 451-02 
212/o042i3. In c.ccordance with a?1 30-2215 ^^ü i'fiil iscuo four (4) mcal 
tiokots to Prb Curthoys for 1 l/s days« Unused Tn.:-?! tickets vdll bo t^jrncd 
ovor to CO at dostinc;.tion. ' EDCTCR IG June 45« /uth: "Z) Cir 303, 194v#. 



Dt S/ugt Calvin J Johlitz, 3."7233S1, Inf, atchd unac^^d, Dot of! rnts, 
thi3 rioöp, is trfd to Orilo (21, ClevolariC. Ohio for furthcr obsn c^; tr^atment, 
'TP Clevolaiid, Ohio o/a 15 June 45. TDiv. TG^TilT♦ PCS. 501-31 P 431-02 
212/50425. In accordance vvlth AK 30-2215 Q>i vdll issue threo (s) meal 
tioliots to S/Si^t Johlitz for onc (l) du.y# • Unused moal tickets vdll bo 
Gvr'.r.ä ovor to CO Mt dostinrd;ion« WChl?. 17 June 45. Auth: ?ar 4a (2) 
-0-GOO ^. Tel SÜO '.Vash DO dtd 2 June 45. • 



XL'.L 



lOr Pfc Edv/ard J üanton, 32226S45, Inf, atchd unasgd, Det of Pnts, 
thie liosp, is reld fr furthcr obsn 0: treatnK;nt 5: trfd to Reccption ota 
Ft Dix ITJ for prooessing & roussip;rjiient ü? S.jc VI 'J» Cir 282, 1944.. 
4P Ft ijix HJ o/a 1^ Junü 45. TDN. rCjl^UT. :^^CS. 501-31 P 431-02 212/504-2 5, 
In aooordanccv vdth AK 30-2215 Qfl vdll issuo onc (l) moal ticket to Pfc 
Manton fcr l/s day.- Ilnuscd mv?al ticket idll bo turned ovbr to CO at 
dstinatioa^v' EDCl^^l 16 June 45, Auths ■.'.D Cir 303, 1944.. 

II4 Fol-naniea Off, atchd imas^d, Dot of Pnts, t.hi.s hosp aro reld fr 
f-j.rthor obsn ^r trf-.trncnt 4- as-d Hccoption Sta Ft Dix }IJ for proces3in<'; &■ 
roassi.o;nrjiont IIP Sco VI ^^.Ti Cir 282, 1944. 



CiPT 



::;iLBERT z bauk 



01692111 



pn 



TLS for six (6) months 
vdth rc,.-o::amination at 
end of that time 



a'tPT 



KEMETH R'LA^iISON 



01012380 



CiiV TX3 for six (6) months 
^Adth ro-exaniination -it 
ond of th>.t timo 



IST LT JAirSS J C4IVAK) 



01292127 



-1- 



IMF 



ÄFSTHICTiiJD 



TLS for six (c) raontlis 
vdth ro-oxanination at 
cnd of tiiat timo 



K E S T R I T E D 
SPi.:CIAL O'VDEuS #141 (OONT'D) 13 Jiin^ 194.B - Extract - Par 7 - 11 



l^T LT TH)M^iS P CTJ>iNI^lC?i:A.M 01(^372150 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 

U.S. ARMY MILITARY HISTORY INSTITUTE 

CARLISLE BARRACKS 

CARLISLE, PENNSYLVANIA 17013-5008 



REPLY TO 
ATTENTION OF 



September 3, 1997 



Veterans Survey Office 



Dr. Harvey P. Newton 
P.O. Box 826 
Vineland, NJ 08361 

Dear Dr. Newton: 

Greetings from Carlisle Barracks ! Thank you for your letter 
postmarked August 23rd, your interest and support of our World 
War II Survey Project. It is a pleasure to hear from you. 



May I teil you a little about the Institute? The U.S. Army 
Military History Institute is the Army's central repository for 
historical source material. The Institute strives to perpetuate 
the history and traditions of the Army, its role in the 
development of the United States, and the lives of the men and 
women involved in its development. Since its inception in 1967, 
the Institute has sought to bring together historical source 
materials docuitienting the history of U.S. Army and its soldiers. 
The Institute 's holdings of over 300,000 books, 10,000 bound 
periodicals, 7,000,000 manuscripts, and 1,000,000 photographs 
have been described by visiting scholars as the finest collection 
of its kind in the nation. These collected materials are made 
available to researchers and scholars who visit, write, or phone 
the Institute. Each year thousands of people from all over 
American and all over the world use our holdings: authors, 
Professors, students, researchers, veterans, genealogists, and 

Tr> ■^ lO T T /^ T" V» <^ v~ <r« AT /-\ /"-N +- V> o V» — > /^ r\ ^^ ^-« r r V>-^<— • «-»ni /— # V> -^ •»-> ^.v t ^ 4- ^-\ t^ ^-.-Itt^^ ^^^^11^>^»4— -i^->'v> ^-^ -^ 

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materials relating exclusively to the roles of the military in 
the development of the United States making the USAMHI the finest 
military research library in the United States and one of the 
best in the world. 



Among our material, World War II is one of the strengest and 
most frequently studied fields. We hope to further strengthen 
our holdings on that war; therefore, we are asking veterans to 
record their recollections--an important source of Information 
for historians and researchers. One of our efforts currently 
underway is the World War II Survey Questionnaire, copy enclosed, 
as well as a flyer which describes our project in greater detail. 
This is an effort to collect primary source material from 
veterans and their families for the sake of preserving it for 
history. This survey is similar to our previous surveys on the 
Spanish-American War and World War I, both of which were 
tremendously successful. With your help and the help of your 
fellow veterans, I feel confident that this current survey will 
take its place as one of our nation' s finest primary source 
material on World War II. 



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When the survey was designed we attempted to develop 
questions which would pertain to a wide spectruiti of World War II 
veterans and their experiences in and out of combat. As you can 
Image, it would virtually be impossible to design a survey which 
would exactly pertain to every Veteran. In this regard, we 
encourage the Veteran to reflect on their Service and 
contributions, and to modify the survey to meet their specific 
World War II experiences. Although, the survey focuses towards 
the Army ground forces, we have received numerous completed 
surveys from Navy, Marines, and Air Force. All veterans are 
welcome to participate. Let me also mention that we are the only 
branch of service doing this particular type of project. 

The vast majority of our holdings comes to us through people 
who have an active interest in the preservation of our nation's 
military heritage. Our holdings include the personal papers of 
hundreds of prominent generals, and thousands of junior officers 
and enlisted men and women whose Services contributed to American 
military history from the colonial period to the present. 
Preserving history is very important — and the only way we can 
accomplish this mission is through the generosity of veterans, 
their f amilies, friends, and through veterans' organizations . 

Though our holdings have grown to sizeable proportions 
through the good graces of veterans, their families, and 
interested Citizens, we are constantly seeking new donations. We 
are interested in sources which reflect the many and varied parts 
of the Army experience, both peacetime and wartime. Our papers 
ränge from those of recruits to those of Generals-in-Chief and 
Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of .st^ff. .qnlHio-rc: win^^ o^-ttt^h -; lo -^ 

supporting role are of as much interest as soldiers who were in 
front-line combat units. Likewise, we seek materials not only 
from regulär Army troops but also from soldiers in the National 
Guard, the Reserves, state and territorial volunteers and 
militia, and the Confederate army. Related papers of Army 
spouses and children also interest us. 

The type of material the Institute is seeking includes : 
diaries, memoirs, letters, V-Mail, books, photographs, films, 
maps, illustrations, unit histories, insignia/unit patches, 
camp/unit newspapers, correspondence and official reports . The 
Institute does not collect uniforms, flags, weapons, equipment, 
munitions, or plaques. 

Donations are established in the Veteran 's name and unit, 
entered into an electronic database, and then processed by our 
Archives Branch which inventories, catalogs, cross-ref erences, 
and Stores the material in acid-free folders and boxes, and 
maintained in a humidity controlled environment. Under these 
carefully controlled conditions, your material will be preserved. 



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given the professional care, and shared now and with future 
generations of scholars, historians, researchers, and many others 
to study. At the Institute your material will have a permanent 
home and will stand as an enduring record of your service to cur 
Army and our country — an honored part of our nation's military 
heritage. We would be honored and would value the privilege of 
becoming the custodian of your material. 

You are cordially invited to visit the Institute. We are 
open Monday through Friday from 8:00-4:30, except for federal 
holidays . 



erely, 




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Ang^j/ä S . Lehr 

Coordinator, Veterans Surveys 



Enclosure 




DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 

U.S. ARMY MILITARY HISTORY INSTITUTE 

CARLI8LE BARRACKS 

CARLISLE. PENNSYLVANIA 17013-5008 



REPLV TO 
ATTENTION OP 




Dear Veteran of World War II: 

The U.S. Army Military Hlstory Institute Is conductlng a major survey to acquire 
source materlal on the Second World War. We Invlte you, a veteran of that war, to joln In 
our effort. 

The Military Hlstory Institute Is the Army*s offlclal central reposltory for hlstor- 
Ical source materlal. Our holdlngs of over 236,700 books, 50,201 perlodlcals, 5,100,000 
pleces of personal papers, and 730,000 photographs on mllltary hlstory make us the f Inest 
mllltary llbrary In the United States and one of the best In the entlre world. Clvlllan 
and unlformed hlstorlans from all over thls country and from abroad come here to study the 
hlstory of our American armed forces. Veterans themselves and thelr famllles also make 
extensive use of our holdlngs. 

Among our materlal, World War II Is one of our strongest and most frequently studied 
flelds. However, we deslre to strengthen further our holdlngs on that war. Thus, we are 
asklng veterans to donate thelr hlstorlcal records of that war. We seek books, camp and 
unlt newspapers, letters home, V-Mall, dlarles, memolrs, correspondence and offlclal 
reports, photographs, lllustratlons, fllms, audlotapes, Inslgnla, and unlt patches. Whlle 
the Institute does not collect unlforms, flags, equlpment, weapons, munltlons, or plaques, 
we would be happy to asslst you In donatlng such Items to the U.S. Army Center of Mllltary 
Hlstory for Incorporatlon Into the Army 's museum System. 

We are also asklng veterans to record thelr recollectlons on the accompanylng ques- 
tlonnalre. Your recollectlons are an Important source of Information for hlstorlans and 
researchers. Because of thelr unlqueness and Importance, we urge you to take the tlme and 
effort to complete the attached questlonnalre. If you need more Space or want to address 
matters not speclflcally addressed, please use the contlnuatlon sheet provlded at the end 
of the questlonnalre. 

The enclosed franked malllng label will enable you to send materlal to the Institute 
wlthout paylng postage. Addltlonal labeis can be provlded If needed, and arrangements can 
be made for shlpplng large holdlngs of such materials. 

Thousands of veterans and thelr famllles have already made uncondltional glfts of 
thelr materlal. Now you are belng asked to do the same. Here at the Institute your 
personal papers and other Items will have a permanent home and be preserved and protected 
under carefully controlled condltlons. Here, too, your items will be made available to 
Student 8 of our country 's mllltary hlstory. And here they will stand as a record of your 
Service — an honored part of our nation's mllltary herltage. You have already served 
America in tlme of war; now you can serve her agaln by contributlng your papers to the 
Mllltary Hlstory Institute. We hope you will agree to do so. We would value the prlvi- 
lege of recelvlng and carlng for them. Thank you for considering our appeal, 

Sincerely, 




Thomas W. Sweeney 
Colonel, TC 
Director 




Enclosure 




Department of the Army 

U.S. Anny Military History Institute 

Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania 17013-5008 

PLEASE NOTE, IF YOU NEED MORE ROOM TO FULLY ANSWER A QUESTION, USE THE CONTIMUATION 
SHEET AT THE LAST PAGE AND NUMBER EACH CONTINTJED RESPONSE TO CORRESPOND TO THE 
QÜESTION. FEEL FREE TO ATTACH AS MANY CONTINUATION SHEETS AS YOU NEED. 



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ARMY SERVICE EXPERIENCES QUESTIONNAIRE 



PART I - GENERAL MILITARY SERVICE 



1 • Name : 



Highest rank or grade held: 



Present Address: 
City : 



State: 



Apartment: 
Zip Code: 



Co/Trp/Btry you served in: Commanded by: 

Of Battalion: Commanded by: 

Of Regiment: 

Of Division: 



2a. Enlistment date: 



Commanded by: 

Commanded by: 

Age: Length of Service: 



b« Place of enlistment: 



c. Previous occupation? How useful was it to you in the Army, if at all? 



d. If you had previous Service in the Regulars, Volunteers, National Guard, 
Organized Reserve, Civllian Military Training Camps, or Civilian Conservation 
Corps, please indicate vhen and where._ 



e. How and why did you join the Service? 



f. Please describe the local enlistment or draft process with which you were 
involved. 



g. At the time, did you feel Chat the 19^0 draft was necessary and fair? 



h. What did you feel about later wartime draft policles? 



i. Has your opinion of the World War II draft changed slnce then? If so, how? 



3a. Describe the circumstances in which you first heard of the attack on Pearl Harbor. 



b. What was your reaction to that attack? 



4a. What were your Initial reactions to entering military Service? 



b. Please recount your leave-taking from family and friends. 



5a. Where did you train as a recruit? 



b. In what specialties were you trained? 



c. Were you trained in first aid, signalling, radio, or the use of any special 
equipment? If so, what kind? 



d(I). Did you apply for Ranger, Paratroop, or other voluntary additional training? 
If so, what kind? 



v2y. Why did you seek such training? 



(3). What were your experiences while undergoing such special training? 



e(I). If you entered an Officers' training program, how were you selected for it? 



(2). What were your experiences while undergoing such training? 



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f(l). If you were ever enrolled in the Army Specialized Training Program, wh 

did you attend?^ 

(2). How did you feel about its cancellation? 



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g. Did your training prepare you for your service overseas? 



h. What further training, if any, did you receive overseas? 



6. At what posts were you stationed during your stateside service? 



7a. If you were shown the film series "Why We Fight," what was your reaction to it? 



b. Why did you fight? 



8a. What was your opinion of the weapons you saw or used in the service? 



b. were they reliable? 



9a. What were your opinions of the equipment, clothing, and rations you were issued? 



b. How adequate were they for the climate and weather conditions you encountered? 



c. How responsive were the supply Services to your unit's needs? 



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10a. What did you think of the quality of leadership while you were in the Service? 



b, How did officers commissioned through various means (service academies, ROTC, 
OCS, National Guard, and battief ield promotions) compare? 



c. Please describe instances of particularly good or bad leadership? 



d. Who were the "real" leaders — officers, noncoms, or enlisted men? Please 
explain. 



e. How often did you see senior Commanders in your Company or battalion area? 
Please describe such Visits, 



f. Please recount any cases of soldier violence directed against officers. 



IIa. What did you think of the discipline at the time (lax, moderate, fair, strict, 
harsh)? Please comment. 



b. Please recount any particular punishments for breaches of discipline, 



c. What did you think about military courts and justice? 



12a. If there was any desertion in your unit, what caused it? 



b. Was there much theft from one another in your unit? 



13a. What forma of off-duty recreation were common? 



b. What was your opinion of Special Services (USO shows, movies, reading material, 
personal education opportunities)? 



c. What, if any, materials did you read in your leisure time? 



14. How did you and your comrades get along with civilians in the US? 



15a. How adequate was medical care? 



b. Describe the health of your unit. 



16. For what did soldiers use their pay? 



17a. Was drinking a problem in your unit? If so, how were the beverages obtained? 



b. Was drug use a problem in your unit? If so, which drugs and how were they 
obtained? 



18. Was there much gambling? If so, what types? 



19. What songs were populär during your military service? 



20. What military slang words or phrases were populär during your military service? 



21. Did you note any instances of ethnic, racial or religious discrimination? Please 
explain. 



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PART II - OVERSEAS SERVICE 



22. When you first learned you would go overseas, what was your reactlon?_ 



23a. At what point in your movement overseas dld you learn your real destination? 



b. What difficultles, If any, did your unit experience in getting ready to move 
overseas? 



24a. Please identify your port of embarkation: 



b. Please identify the name of your transport: 

c. Please identify your port of arrival: 



d. Please describe your travel experiences (by railroad, plane, truck, or shlp) : 



25. What Information, if any, did the Army give you about the countries in which you 
served? 



26a. What were your first impressions of service abroad? 



b. How, if at all, did your views change? 



27. How did you and your comrades get along with civilians overseas before, during, 
and after hostilities? 



28. Was there much fraternizing with local women? 

29. Please describe any looting by soldiers of which you are aware 



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30a. How was the morale of your unit? (Consider such things as mail from home, living 
conditions, general homesickness, etc.) .«__^_ 



b. What effect did combat have on morale? 



c. What factors helped improve morale?^ 



d. What factors contributed to a decline in morale? 



e. What was your opinion of Army Troop Information programs 



f(l). What enemy Propaganda, if any, did you see or hear? 



(2). What was your reaction to it? 



(3). What was its general effect on your unit? 



3Ia. How and to what extent were religious convictions expressed in your unit? 



b. How, if at all, did these convictions seem to influence Performance? 



32a. If you were sent forward as an individual replacement into a unit already at or 
near the front, what was your reaction on first joining that unit? 



b. How did the veterans receive you? 



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33a. If you remained with your original unit, how did you feel about individual 
replacements who later joined your unit? 



b. How did your fellow veterans feel about them? 



34a. How effective were the individual replacements in combat? 



b. How did your unit integrate replacements into its ranks? 



35a. Did you know or observe any newspaper or radio war correspondents? Which ones and 
and under what circumsCances? 



b. What did you think of wartime civilian newspaper, magazine or radio coverage of 
the war and of your unit? 



c. Did you receive and read Army news publications such as Stars and Stripes or 
your unit newspaper?^ 

d. What did you think of them? 



PART III - COMBAT SERVICE 

36a. Did you take part in any combat action? If so. where, when, and against whom 
(German, Italian, Japanese)? 



b. What were you thinking and experiencing at the time? 



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c. Please describe your "baptism of fire" and your reaction to that experience. 



d. Please describe a "typical" day when your unit was committed to the front lines. 



e. How effective was the fire support your unit received from other combat anns 
(infantry, armor, artillery), from the air, and from naval gunfire? 



f. If. you ever came under enemy air attack, please describe the circumstances and 
your reaction to that attack. 



37. How would you characterize your unit 's combat Performance? Was it the result of 
leadership, discipline, unit camaraderie and cohesion, individual courage or feai, 
or other factors? Please explain. 



38a. If you were ever wounded in action, please recount the circumstances. 



b. Did you personally experience or know of others killed or injured as a result 
of "friendly" fire? Please explain._ 



c. Did you personally experience or know of others who experienced "shell shock" 
or psychological stress in combat? Please explain. 



d. How effective was medical care at the front and behind the lines? 



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e. Were you able to rejoln your unit? If so, when? 

f. If you were not able to rejoin your unit, were you able to perform light 
military duty? If so, what and where? 



g. Do you still suffer any effects resulting from your wounds? 



39. Did you ever participate in cooperative Operations with a sister Service? Please 
explain. 



40a. Was your unit (Co/Bn/Regt/Div) ever attached to a regulär Allied coimnand? If so, 
which one, where, and when? 



b. What special procedures, if any, were adopted to facilitate operating wlth 
Allied troops? (Consider such things as attachment of Interpreters, liaison 
officers or NGOs, special training, familiarization courses, etc.) 



c. How. if at all, did their anns and equipment differ from those of U.S. soldiers? 



d. What Problems, if any, did these differences in arms, equipment, Communications, 
or staff procedures cause? Please explain. 



e. Even if not attached to an Allied unit, did you meet Allied soldiers in Staging 
areas or in post-war occupation Service? If so, when, where, and which Allies 
(Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, England, France, Holland, New Zealand, South 
Africa, USSR)? 



f. What were your opinions of the individual soldiers of our Allies? 



g. What were their opinions of U.S. forces? 



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41a. Did you ever work with or alongside Allied or foreign auxiliary, irregulär, 
resistance, or guerrilla troops? If so, when, where, and which ones? 



b. How effectlve were they? 

c. What were your opinions of them? 



d. What was their attitude toward U.S. forces? 



e. What Problems, if any, occurred between such troops and U.S. forces and why? 



42. Please describe a "typical" day in reserve when your unit was not cocnnitted to the 
front lines. 



43. Please recount your experiences, if any, in the gathering of intelligence. 

(Consider such activities as scouting, interrogating prisoners, patrolling, etc.) 



44a. How did you and your comrades regard enemy troops (Germans, Italians, Japanese) as 
fighters? 

b. How well-trained , well-led, and weil-armed did they seem to be? 



c. How effective were their weapons? 



d(l). What did you think about the enemy as people? 



(2). How, if at all, did your original opinion of enemy soldiers change after you 
encountered them in battle? 



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(3). How, if at all, did your original opinion of enemy soldiers change after you 
encountered them in the post-war period? 



45a. Were you ever a prisoner of war? If so, when and where were you captured? [If 
not, please go to Question 46] , 



b. How were you treated by the soldiers who captured you? 



c. VHiere were you held? 

d. How were you treated by the prison guards? 



e. For how long were you a POW? 



f. How, if at all, did your previous military training prepare you for prison life? 



g. What factors influenced morale in the POW camp? 



h, Please describe your experiences in captivity. 



i. Did you ever try to escape from captivity? If so, please explain how and what 
happened? If not, please explain why. 



j. How and when were you liberated? 



k. What was your first reaction to being freed? 



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46a. Did you capture any enemy prisoners? If so, please describe the circumstances 
[If not, please go to Question 47] 



b, How were enemy prisoners treated by U.S. forces? 



c. What training did you receive in regard to treating enemy POWs? 



d. Was the training adequate? 



e. How, if at all, did your contact with enemy POWs affect your view of that enemy? 



47a. Did you help liberate enemy prison camps or concentration camps? If so, which 
ones? [If not, please go the Question 48] 



b. How had the enemy treated the U.S. and Allied prisoners you freed? 



c. How had the enemy treated civilian internees you freed? 



d. What were your initial reactions upon seeing conditions in enemy prison camps 
and concentration camps? 



48a. What were your reactions and your unit's reactions to VE Day? 



b. What were your reactions and your unit's reactions to VJ Day? 



49a. Please describe any rumors you heard about the Atomic Bomb before its use 



b. What was your opinion in August, 1945, on the use of the Atomic Bomb? 



c. Has that opinion since changed? If so, how? 



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c. How were they treated by the Allied military admlnistrations? 



50a. If you assisted in the establishment of Civil Affairs governments in liberated 
friendly countries, please decribe your experiences. 



b. If you assisted in the establishment of Military Government in occupied enemy 
countries, please describe your experiences. 



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c(l). What efforts were made to root out the defeated enemy system of government 
such as the de-Nazif ication program in Germany? 



(2). What part, if any, did you have in such efforts? 



(3). What did you think about those efforts at the time? 



(4). How do you feel about those efforts now? 



51a. How were local civilians treated by American and other Allied soldiers? 



b. How were local civilians treated by the Allied military admlnistrations? 



52a. If you encountered Displaced Persons, from which countries or ethnic groups did 
they p redominant ly come? 



b. How were they treated by American and other Allied soldiers? 



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d. What Impression did the DPs make upon you. (Consider such things as living 
conditions and physical well-being) , 



53a. How was the morale and discipline of your unit after the end of hostilities? 



b. What efforts were made to maintain your unit*s morale and discipline after the 
end of hostilities? 



c. What demonstrations or disturbances, if any, did you witness by soldiers 
seeking to get home sooner? 



d(l). How did the "point System" for demobilization affect your unit and you 
personally?^ 



(2). In your opinion, was the "point system" fair or unfair? Please explain. 



54a. What awards and decorations did you receive? 



b. In your opinion, were awards and decorations distributed fairly? 



55. Please describe your welcome home to the United States. 



56a. How long did you remain in Service after the end of hostilities? 



b. Why did you choose to remain in military Service or to leave the service? 



c. Please provide your date and place of discharge. 



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PART V - POSTWAR EXPERIENCES 



57a. What did you do after you were discharged? 



b. How, if at all, were your military skills or military education transferrable 
to civilian life? 



c. Please describe the ease or difficulty with which you readapted to civilian 
life and the influenae your overall military experience had on that readjustment. 



d.(l). Before the war, had you graduated from high school? When? 

If you attended or graduated from College or trade school before the war, please 
name the school ^ Dates attended Degree 



(2). If you went to College or trade school under the Gl Bill after the war, please 

name the school Dates attended Degree 

(3). Would you have pursued such postwar schooling without the Gl Bill? 

(4). What does the Gl Bill mean to you? 



58a. What were your expectations of civilian life upon leaving service? (Consider such 
things as post-war America, Gl benefits, educational and career opportunities, 
marriage, and family life). 



b. To what extent have those expectations been realized? 



59a. Did you join the National Guard or Organized Reserves after the war? If so, how 
soon after the war did you join and for how long did you belong? 



b. Please identify your Guard or Reserve unit. 



c. Were you ever called up for active service? 

d. If yes, when were you called up, for how long, and with what unit? 



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60a. Please indicate any national or unit veterans' association(s) to which you have 
belonged . 



b. How soon after the war did you join such association(s) ? 



c(l). To which association(s) do you still belong? 



c(2). Why have you remained with it (them)? 



c(3). If you have dropped membership in any such association, please explain why. 



d. Please describe what your veterans' association(s) mean(s) to you. 



61. With whom do you feel most comfortable discussing your wartime experiences? Why? 



62. If you have read any histories, articles, or other postwar writings on campaigns 
in which you participated, what is your opinion as to their accuracy? 



63. World War II was a significant national experience. What, if anything, did it 
teach you about America or Americans? 



64a. What were your expectations at the end of the war as to prospects for world 
stability? 



64b. What were your expectations at the end of the war as to America' s place and 
influence in the world? 



64c. To what extent have those expectations been realized over the ensuing decades? 



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Do you have any historical materlal to contribute to the Military History Institute? 

^Diaries? Memoirs? ^Books? Letters/V-Mail? Films'' 

^Photographs? 



Insignia/Unit Patches? 



Camp/unit newspapers? 



Other items* 



'^Other items include: 



Tf so, we would be grateful if you would please send it to us along with your 
completed questionnaire. Or, if you desire further Information about this questionnaire 
or about what we seek, please write us. We would welcome hearing from you. 

We recognize that this questionnaire is by no means exhaustive. If you desire to 
explain or comment on matters not specifically asked, please feel free to do so on the 
"continuation" sheet. If you discover that you have insufficient space to comment 
fully on a specific question, please continue your comments on the "continuation" 
sheet indicating thereon the question number. Please feel free to add more sheets if 
you care to provide specific details on any aspects of your military Service. Again, 
your recollections are an important source of Information for historians and 
researchers. Thus, we sincerely appreciate your taking the time and effort to 
complete this questionnaire. 



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Delavare, Kewark, Delavare. Vol. 6, number 1 and 2 

1946-47 

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IT WA5 'us: iwc vt-arf asc. ir. ^'c: •: er. 1944. ?^ir 

iu?! acTi'Sir int ViAch boroer. Trif r ii'at v^a«; inic/ 
nari: anc auiei. oc-c-.asionsljv iricrru: ef by ibe noist 
and fiHsh Ol ai: irjcvminr siell. We fs.: f-rounc iii ti)* 
Gs.rL 7c»c«m. siienL vaitinE. Suoaen«v Uit doo: vas 
thrust or»eri fciic two rifiemen ai^r»e£.red. draccmr a 
h'j?e Gfcrmai; uhsonei. AIldüuuc ii wa^ darlc I 
couic sett tua! tue urisoner v.-as v.ounoed- The left 
lec of bis lrc;ü5»^r5 Lad Desi; lorr o£. exposin? tiie 
fiesr-- anc I DOüced t wniie bEfioaet :>eiov\ hif kriefc.« 
Ke lirtpec or. }•♦«■ r'ishl )cz. / luotir.neo him to sit 
oowr.' ir. £ coiTier of tne roc-cj bscausyi^ ht wat unablt 
IC fiand. Re lur.znec" s'irhtif Viv se^iean: lieiiLec 
iL c?.T!ö\t anc I jookec at int prisoner. Ke v.as aDout 
th.:n} yearf olc. and sironriy huill. Kii- eyef snov. ed 
fear anc pair*. Kis umionc wa5 the £ray-c:reer> of 
the Elite GuaroL, vrilh ihf. JSaz: emirif-n: od the sleeve. 
and his shoufoer slrap? werc ihose of a Germaii police- 
iDari. J reaüzed iniiiiRQialeiv we had t man of one 
of liimmier's Lesl units. He vas guiie ao interesting 
captive ailei the old mec of the "Peoples Grenadier 
Di^Tsionf *" ue had nad for cavE. 

I tu med lo liinL ^Soldbuchr" {pay-book). He 
fiimbled in hif <r.osl aod lianded it to me. I ooened 
it ^Jic TouDG mT asFTimpaon conhrmed- He was •£ 
uienibei of ihe Srd Elite Guards Police EegiiDenL I 
thuiDbed ihroueb iiis paj-ltool' to the jpaee where the 
eneaeenieiiils he liac paiüdpated in were lisLeiL Thiere 
i: youzi li^Xs afaiiist handits in Poland, Yugoslavi£- 
CzechoslovaKJi- J kuev What trt'i^ miiani and thouffh: 
of the siorr of Liaice,. Althouct I realized ii was « 
rather i»oint]ess reznark lo JEake aufin^ a taclical 
inierrorÄtioR- 1 could doI Lelp bul Faj, "1 anvavf 
thüuühl that all of Euror>e was uniled hehind Hitlers 
*j\ew Oraer/ At leasU that is v.ha! I hear frors the 
Guniiitr. ridic. Isn't it true?*' 

Tue Dnsoner btfsiiaied. Ke was Rearchinr ior at 
r.nswer. Evidentlv he didn'j i^inov whether to teil the 
Iru'lt or lo proiec! his^ own record hy c:aiminp there 



had Lf^en rmhiLno. FiiiaDv he blurted, "We r^.Iir 
never fought ärivbodj. \ve just surrounoed aome 
\illape5 in those countrie= to mairtain *iaw and order.' 
v.'hiie the younc meE vere siCTiing for 'voluntary' 
labor in Germany. ^ ou know. there are always some 
trouble makers. \az\ onef who don'i v.ant to work 
themseive? and trr lo keep olhers from Eicnin^ ud. 
E\-ervthinp we did was verr humant and lawruL*^ he 
coDcludec. 

This imwillin^ admifif^iori proved that he was £ war 
criminaL He was not a hiorh-rankinE one. l»ut he had 
partiäpaled wholehe-ariediy. He was one of those 
who were losl tc hmrianitj r>eyond recovery. He 
sbould be extermlnated. 1 tbouehl Low mucb bette: 
it probably would be to shoot hin] rieht there. hecause 
once at hicher echelon he would ^el the protection and 
Privileges of a prisoner of vtri. But I ^d to forge* 
abont persona] feelings. My assminent was noi ic 
pronounce judemenl upon him: it was to obtain tat- 
tical inforniation. To find out irom this man whetho 
only bis Company or bis wnole re^riment bad been 
comnütted on our franl mi^bt ssve tbe lives of many 
Americans. 

A prisoner put al ease Zives better and more com- 
piete Itiforraatioc than one sc&red Into talkin^. So 
I tbld bim thal if he ansrwere^ n few questions for tis, 
we would fiiid a dodor lo look after bis wound. He 
lalked readiij enougb then and gave a complete pic- 
ture of what be knevt. J knew he was not l>"ing. be 
cause crve.nlhing he said dovelailed wilh iniormaüor 
knoAvc to US alrf>ady. After 1 had pumped b'Trr arj'. 
1 pboned tlie S-2 secijon and ^ave them the iniormc 
tion. Then I calied the medical aid Station lo.' ai 
amhuiance for tije prisoner. 

I had Gone e eood iob of interro^^aiinc and ! bac 
foliowtjd sirict/^ army regiilation5 and the Gciii-vi 
Convention. Bu' i was nol verv hsDPV aifoui iL lo* 
in spiie of all thi^ I feit that I had heu»ed t cnir^Lna": 
lo escaot;. 



-Harvc^ 



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'•The Cauldron* Litarary Publication of the UniTcrsity of 
Delavare, Kewarl, Delaware. Vol. 6, number 1 and 2 

1946-47 

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(7 v^A5 'jsi iwc \ca.T5 £:«c. IL Oc:">er. 1944. "Sir 

iu=: acrc'i5 tnt I^ijtrl iK>r6er. Tue • is-ni iva> i>}icf. 
öari; a;>G rruitL (»cc-a-jonsli^ inierruT.:ec: i>T tue üoist 
and fir.st of ar ii»:?ininr s};e]l ^N^f ^a: troiinc iii Im 
cari: ro'.-n.. s:)enL vaitinE.. Siiodc-n«T *Vit doo: war 

h'jgr GermaL prisoner. AlLijou^h ii v.a? darlc. I 
coulc sbf tna! tiie prisoner v.as Nvobi'aed. Tiie Jeft 
lep of bis lrou?er£ Lad lefi icrr. oiT. exposinr tiie 
r}(i=n. anc i üoiif-ed a vhJLe- rznGa^t heiov hif knee. ' 
ht nrnTito or. hii- rjght ieg. ' iL.ott'P'-G hin: tr si: 
Ciovi: IT B corrie: o-* ibe- rr».>n: br-rau^f ik va«- iHisb]t 



>t'i'%fin: liTEiec 



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H' .'-iana. lit rr.r.iinec .OirntJT. Wr 
i. —.utiii an^ ] JDokec st i-Le D.'":>r'ner. rie v, «5 £ 
ch^r:} vf.arf c'ic aiic f.lro:7r'jy ruill. Ki-- eye.' shrv. r.c" 
ita- anc pairi.. His anifonr: wa.t ihf riay-grtrer» o:' 
thf Elite Guaräs, vrlti the Naz! emi'ifm od Uit sie-evt. 
a^d hJ£ shr#i:laer slrapF vere ihose of a GcrmaE police- 
rnaji. 1 rf-alize^d imineniaLely wr r;ad a mar of one 
of Hi.-E-mler's l-est iin)t&. lie v.af quiie an intcrt*~^ting 
caplivt afifc.]- €r~ olc men of the "P^xiTMes Grenadier 
D^isionF*' we Lad fia(? for oeve. 

fümb'pc IE H5 coat and riarjoed it U> ine. I opened 
■j! anc ft'-mc tet asriurnDiior, conEnnt-d. He va? £ 
iDerot»ei of ihr Srd Elite Gr-ar-is Police BegiiDenL 1 
thimixtd ÜiTOL'^ii ins j»£j-l»ook I0 tbe ptge wLere tLe 
triraeeiiienli be r;ad partJc5;;EUd iE were li&ted. TLerc 
it vas: l'^ntf arainst ban:iit5 ic Poland. Yu^roslavic 
Czer.r.'osio'.aoi- J küev. v hat \h\b msani Süd tiioucht 
of tbi Story of Liaict. Altbouph I reaüzed ii v.a« £ 
ralher r>oiri!iess remark Ic rr.ake durint: t. tarlica! 
inierropatioiL 1 coulß nol belp but mj, "1 anvavf 
thounht tbal all of Eurow vas unileo behiod Hitlers 
'ISew Order * At )c^sL thai 15 vhat I hear from tiit 
Gf riiiar: rsdic Isn't it true?*^ 

Tne rr: soner nKsilaied. Ke was isea^rchin^ for ax 
ar. vver. Evidenlly be dlcin*! k:jioM' wbether to teil tne 
trulh or lo rtrotecl hi? ov^r, record bv claiminc there 



bac Leerr fiiibtiRE. Fir.allr he blurted, "We realiT 
never foutrhl arjvbodj:. We just surrounded üonie 
viliafre? in Lriose counlrjef to inaii tain *iaw and order." 
v.hiie the vourij: iDet were tiirnin? for 'volunlarr" 
labor ir> Cermany. ^ ou kr.ow. ibere are always sorne 
trouble m&kers. iazv one« vbo don'i want to work 
tbeiüselve.^ and trr ic keei» otbers from siening ud 
E\-£r\-ljijng we die was verr humane and lawful," he 



coDcIuded. 



This iirv.ilnn^ aQrni.«-ÄOD proved tbal he "w'as a war 
criminaL He was not a Liirb-raniüne one. k»ut he bac 
participated wbolebeartf-div. He vras one of those 
who were Jost to hnmanity i>evond recovery. He 
should be ciJlejrriinaied. I ihouehl bov much betie: 
it probab}y vould l*e lo shoot h\m rieht there. becau.^ 
once ar hic^ber echeior- he would ^et ibe proleciior/ anc 
priv-iie^es of a prisoiier of v.-^ar. But I ijad to fordet 
aoont i»e.rs.ona] feeTin«rs. Mt aF.sJfrnroent was nol it 
pTonour/c^ judgrnenl upoD bim; it was to obiaiE tat- 
tical mformsiion. To nnd out from this mar; vbetho 
only his comj»any or bis whole rennen*, had ivE^ji 
cGrnmirtf^ on cur front inl^ht s^ave the lives of manv 
Americans. 

A prisonei put at ease gives betier and more com- 
plele infcrTcsticMj than one rrcared into Valking. Sc 
I told bim that jf be aiür^^ered & few qnsstions for ul. 
we would End a doclor to look afier his wound. He 
lalked readily enougb tben Bud Eave a complete pic- 
ture of wba* lie kneu. J knew he ^^üs not l>ing. be 
cause eve.ryliiiiiE: he Eaid dovelailed with informatior 
knowc lo IIS aircaoT. AJier I had pumi:»ed him ary. 
1 phoned the S-li KeciioE and ^ave them the iniormc- 
tion. TbeE I caDed the roedica] aid Station for ai 
arüDUiance for tiie priionei. 

1 had öone t e »od Job of inlerroEratinc and I bac 
fobowed sAricti^ army repiiations and the Genevi 
Conveniior.. Bui i was nol very happr airtout JL lor 
in spjle 0: all thiL. I feil tbal J had beiped a crimina': 
lo e£:-.äDt- 



— HAR\Ey F. Nlv.to5 



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Delaware, Nevarl, Delaware, Vol. 6, number 1 and 2 

1946-47 



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IT VTAf ;US1 rwc \i'.S.rE &^L. IL Ocici'tz. 1944. Mt 
lean: occuii»iec t smal] c(isth<iiL< .i^iH' ic Gtirir.anv. 

jus: across int DjJcii iKtröer. Tlif --iral iva^ inicf 

darl. anc quieL (»(•.c^äion^liT irtierruT*:ec i>y tht noist- 

and fiafiti of an iiicorüinp shell. Wf -a: f-rouriQ in tht 

carL roc'ir.. siienL vakinE:. Sudcf.nJT tVje door vas 

Üirusr or>eE; anc iwc rifiemen ai^peaied. drarcins: £ 

Irjgt Gerinar; prisonei. Altnougb ii vvaf darL I 

coulc Mir tna! üie prisonsr vras wour'deQ. The \eix 

ie£ of bis troiijrtrc liad bt^r lorr oE. exposinr liie 

fit5.f.. and I nc/iiced a wbite i.cndcf L'f i>eiov his knet. ♦ 

Ke jjir.neo or fiii- right iez. !? ir;otJr'Pe-d liim tr si: 

nov.T: IT h come: o] tht raorz:- iv.rJiL'«;^ he v a^ unabit 

Kr Frand. Ht lufianec S'irhtiv. Vix «^"ir-ant lichrec 

i randit anc ! iookec at lue nr^fioner. Fie v.ar ai-ou: 

thjri^ ye,arf olc. anc sironpiy buill. Kif- fvei- shov. cc' 

}e.a: anc üain. Hif unifoiTL' wa5 the f;rav-£:ieei> o: 

the Eilte GiiarGE. wjlh Ine Nazi emhlein on the sle-evt. 

and his sbrvjJder siraps were iLose of a Germac poiice- 

inan. I rf-aliz«? imn:iedial£iiT we had a man o: one 

of Hinimler'p Lest units. He was quiie an inte)e..=;iing 

capiive af Utr the old men of the '^'"Pennle? Grenadier 

Divisionf *' we bad had f or Gays. 

] tumed lo Iliiil ''Soldbuchr' \pay-book). He 

lumblec in hi> coat and b an ded it to me. I opened 

it aipd Tonne idt assiiroDiior confirmed. He wa? £. 

iDcrnber of the ^rd Elite Guards Police EegimenL I 

tbumLed ibrr ig^b nis p^y-latol. to tbe page vbere tbe 

enrao^eiDents Le bad partidpated in wers listed. Tbere 

it M'&s: fi^bt5 a^rainst bandits in Poland, Yu^oslaFia. 

Czecboslo'.akia. I knew wlia! tbii rneanl and thoueli: 



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of tne storv o! i^jqj 



Aitbouub I reaiized ii was t 



ratber i»ointies5 remarl: lo make during & tactica! 
inierroration. 1 could no! belp bul Fay. **1 alwayf 
tboucbl tbal all of Euror>e was united Lehind Hitler's 

w J 

*Nev Order.* At Ic^su that if whal I bear irom tbe 
Gennan radic Isn'l it true?*^ 

Tne i'risoner besilaied. He was fNcarcninr lor ell 
answer. EviaentJy be didn'l know vbetber to teil tbe 
trutb or to protec! bis o\\Tj record by claiming tbere 



bad bL-en flgbiing. FinaDy be blurted, "We realiy 
never fought anybody. "We just surrounded fconie 
\iliape5 in tihose countries to mairlain *law and order.' 
whiie tbe younc mec MCzre sicning for ^volunlarr' 
labor in Germany. ^ ou kriow. tliere are always soinc 
troublf makerf.. laz^ onss wbo don i want to work 
themse'lves and try tc keep otbers from siening up. 
E'v^nlbing we did wa^ \cry humane and lawful,*' be 
coiiclu ded. 

Thh unwiliing ödir?i5L^.ion proved that be was a wa: 
crimlnal. He was not e bifrb-rankine one. l>ut be bad 
parijdpfited wbolebe^rlfdfiy. He was one of tbose 
wbo were iosl tc bu-nanitj r>eyonG recovery. He 
sbould be exterminaled. I tboTie^h: bov much betie: 
it probably would be. tc .^boot bim right there. becaiise 
once at bjc^ber ecbeion be would ^et tbe j>rc>teciJorj and 
privTijeges of a p.nsoner of vrar. But I l^ad to forgret 
abonr joersonal ferling&. ^y arsicriroent was not ic 
pronounce judgment upon bim; it was to obiain Lac- 
tjcal inforicadon. To find out fröre 1M5 man wbetbe> 
only bis Company or bis wbole regntient bad heeji 
committed on our front mi eilt save tbe lives of nianv 
Ajnericans. 

X pri.sonsr put at east pve? better and more con>- 
plete Informatjon tbar one scared intc talking. So 
1 told bim tbal if he answered t few quef^tions for hl. 
w^c would find a oodoi lo look after bis wound. He 
lalked readily enougrb tben and aave a complete pic- 
iure of wbat Lt kneu. I knew be vas Dot Iving. he- 
cause eve.rytbing he said dovelailed witb iniormatior 
Vaiowc lo US aircady. After I bad pumiHsd bim drj. 
1 pboned ibe S-l seciion and gave tbem the iniorma 
IJon. Tnen I r.alied the medical äjd Station for ai 
arouulance for tbe T>risonei. 

I bad done t eooc job of interroratinr and ! bac 
foliowed sirict/T tnuy regniations and tbe Genevi 
Convention. Bul i was noi very bappv ax)oui iL jo: 
in spite 0: all tbiL. I feil that I bad bejped a crimina: 
lo escaofc. 



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201 N. Washington Street 

Alexandria. Va. ^^3^ A [7033 5^3-2311 




The 

Reüired 
Officers 
Association 



July 23, 1981 



Ist LT Harvey P. Newton, AUS, Retired 
USMG/Costa Rica 
APO Miami 34020 

Dear Lieutenant Newton: 

Thank you £or your two letters o£ July 15 th. 

Children's eligibility as SBP beneficiaries is explained in the enclosed extract 
o£ the DoD Survivor Benefit Plan regulation. Since your youngest child is no 
longer eligible, deductions £rom your retired pay should be discontinued. To do 
this, please write to the U. S. Ariny Finance and Accounting Center, Retired Pay 
Operations, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46249. 

With regard to the Honorary Reserve, perhaps the best way to explain this is to 
Start with the law idiich defines the Reserve forces £or all the armed £orces. It 
is the Armed Forces Reserve Act o£ 1952, Public Law 82-476. Excerpts o£ the legis- 
lative history o£ that law are enclosed. As you can see, this Statute brought uni- 
£ormity into the Situation o£ the Reserve £orces. Among other things, commissioned 
o££icers' appointments were changed to an inde£inite term and the Retired Reserve 
was established as a completely voluntary portion or tlie Reserve cömponents . 

Prior to the enactment of the 1952 Act, the Army had a number o£ titles £or the 
various sections o£ the Army Reserve. Among them were: 



0££icers* Reserve Corps 

Enlisted Reserve Corps 

Tnactive Section, 0££icer*s Reserve Corps 

Inactive Section, Enlisted Reserve Corps 



Auxiliary Reserve 
Uhassigned Reserve 
Inactive Reserve 
Honorary Reserve 



In 1952 all these were simply included in one o£ these three new categories -- 

Ready Reserve 
Standby Reserve 
Retired Reserve 

You were retired by reason o£ physical disability in April 1946. Your appointment 
in the Honorary Reserve at that thne was the equivalent o£ the Retired Reserve under 
the Armed Forces Reserve Act o£ 1952. Your commission was, undoubtedly, £or a £ive 
year period. Thus, a£ter the 1952 Act was implemented, you were probably o££ered 
and accepted an inde£inite term appointment and the chances are that this was in 
the Retired Reserve. 



IstLT H. P. Newton, AUS,Retired APO Miami 34020 



July 23, 1981 



We hope this explanation is adequate. I£ not, please send us a copy o£ your 
Reserve appointments . . . we should then be able to provide you additional in- 
f ormation . 

Sincerely, 



CARL G. FRANKE 
a^, USA, Retired 
Personal Affairs 



CGF/eha 
Enclosures 




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IN REPLV REFER TO 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 

OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL 
WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 



McG/jnip/BE721 



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AGPO- S-D 201 Newton, Harvey P. 
( 5 Sep 50 ) 0-555150 



5 September 1950 



SÜBJECT: Blectlon for Retlrement Pay Benefits ünder the Provisions of 
Public Law 351 (Bist Congrees) 



TO: 



First Lieutenant Harvey P. Newton 
West Walnut Read 
Vineland, New Jersey 



A. $111.15 
3* $34'*74' 
C. $157.50 



1. Puramnt to the requlrements of Bxecutire Order No. 10124, 25 
April 1950, the Secretary of the Army has directed me to advise you that 
your case has been consldered for increased retirement pay benefits under 
Public Law 351, eist Congress. 

2. It has been determined that you were 40^ disabled at the time 
you were retired or granted retirement pay, and that you have 5 years 
actire senrice credit iindar Public Law 351. You are, therefore, entitled 
to receive disability retirement pay at the new monthly rate shown after 
either "A" or "B" above. The amonnt shown after "A» is the monthly rate 
computed on the percentage of your disability and is wholly exempt from 
income tax. The amount shown after "B" is the monthly rate computed on 
the basis of your years of active service. Your present rate of disabil- 
ity retirement pay under the old pay gchedule is set forth after «C« and 
is wholly tax exempt, 

3. You may elect to receive one of the amoimts shown in "A« or "B" 
above or you may elect to continue to receive your present pay as shown 
in «C". A form letter is inclosed for your use in advising this office 
of your election. You will continne to receive disability retirement pay 
in the amount shown in «C« above unless you elect (within the five year 
period beginning 1 October 1949) to receive pay as shown in "A" or »B», 
The effective date for retirement pay benefits has been established as* 

1 October 1949. 

4. In arriving at the percentage of disability shown in paragraph 

2 above, consideration was given not only to the specific disability for 
which you were retired. but all disabilities appearing on your medical 
records at the time you were retired. These records included your 
retiring board proceedings with all exhibits thereto (disposition board, 
report of physical examination, and other medical records appearins in 
your file). 

BY ORDER OF THE SECEETARY OF TEE ARMY: 



B Incls 

1. Form Letzter 




Memorandum 



EDWARD F. WITSELL 
Major General, USA 

The Adjutant General 



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SFIUCIAL ORDERS 
NIBlBER • 363 



Ar:ri7 Service Forces 
Third Service Coimnand 
Fort George G. Lleade, Maryland 

29 Dec 45 



-EXTRACT- 



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28. DP an Army Hetiring Board, consisting of the fol 
1322d SCU, is aptd to raeet at the ASP Reg Hosp, Ft 



Geo G Meade, Md, at the call oi the president thereof 
purpose exaniining such as inay be ordered before it. All 
cases heretofore referred to the B/O aptd by par 38 SO 296 
this PIq CS are referred to the B/O aptd herein. Detail 
for the Board: (Aiith: See 124G RS: AR 605-250, 28 Mar 45; and 
Itr l-lq 5d SvC file GPIISM 210.851 dtd 22 Oct 45.) 



COL BEillvlIE A MOXNBSS 0220729 MC 

LT COL JAMES A ll/EINEERG 0195966 MC 

LT COL JAMES F SEALS 0286665 QJVIC 

LT COL WILLIAM L HOWELL 0430231 MC 

MAJ LLOYD A HOFFMAIT 0529053 MC 

MAJ .TOSEPH INAUEN 0157562 Inf 

MAJ JOSHUA P KEITEGY 01G5977'*QJ?/[C 

MAJ JOSEPH A BELZ 0321360 MC 

MAJ DAVID A WILEY 0185940 Inf 

MAJARTHUIi 3 FOSTER 0147179 Inf 

MAJ SIIELTON GADDIS 0353108 FD 

MAJ LEROY KOSTEUBAUDER 0179488 FA 

IST LT ESTHER GOLDBERG L220425 V7AC 

CAPT JACOB KAPLAII 0386229 CWS (Add Recorder) 

2D LT WILLIAM H FLAKAGAN 02050787 MAC (Recorder) 

BY COMMAND OF BRIGADIER GEIIEFiAL ilELMICK: 



OFFICIAL 
SEAL 



officia: 



R F KAV/KINS 
Capt, AUS 
Adj 



/s/r F Hawkins 
Capt, AUS 
Adj 



ao 



Utut^Mat ColoMl Williaa L. Howell (0430231 )• Madic&l Corps 

miw JoMph A. Bei» (0321360), IMioa Copp» 

Mtjor David A. ?riloy (01859^0), Infantiy 

Major irthur B. Foatar (aU7179), Infantiy 

Major JoafauA P. Konagjr (0165977), Quartaraaster Corp« 

Captain Jaoob Kaplan (03Ö6229), Chaudcal ^/arfar« Sarvlca 

Colonal Baania A. Sloxnaaa (0220729), iadical Corpa 
Uautanant Colonal Jaaaa A. Ifainbarg (0195966), Madlcal Corp« 
Uoutanant Colonal JaaMia ?• Soala (02S6665), Quartoraastor Corpa 
ÜBJor Uoyd A. Hofften (0529053), Madical Corp» 
Major Joaaph Inauan (0157562), Infantry 
Major Urogr Koatanbaudar (0179488), Fiald ArtiUary 
Major Shalton Gaddta (0353108), ?inanoa Dapartmant 
Xat Uatttanant Esther Goldbarg (1220425), Woatan^a Axi^ Corps 
2d Uautanant Williaa H. Flanagan (020507S7), Madioal Admirdstratlv« Corps 

(Baeordar) 

Äs Baeordar than rB$ä the order appolnting the aedical examinor» 
(BxtilbitB)« 

Ist Ueotenant Har?^ ?• Bavton (0*555150), Corps of MiUtaiy PoUca, 
iiHr of tlM i|d.tad dtates^ appeared befora tha Board purmiant to Paraitraph 
53, %>eeial Orders Bo. 26, Amor Servioe Torees, Thlrd Servloe Coiwiand, Fort 
George Q, ttiade, Maryland, dated 26 Januaxy I946. (Kihibit C). 

the Order oonraning tte Board (Exhibit A) »as then read. 

Quaetions by Reoorderi 

Q* Ueotenant Bawton, do you objeet to aqy aember of tha Board no^^ slttlng? 

A« Ms, air* 

fte Baoorder then inf oraed the Qffloer Bef ore the Board oT hia rights 

•s 



That he was antitlad to proteation of all righta oontalnad in the 
Äenty^fourth ArUole of War, that ha need not «incrisdnate hia* 
seif er aapver ar^y quesUon, the anawer to which aigr tend to in» 

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0rialnat« hla» or to ummmt ai^ qusdtion oot mUtIaI to thm iBmm 
nhmn 0ttoh mmmr «Ight t#nd to d«gr«d« hia«" 
h. That ht had th« rl|^t to Mko objootlons to or challoög« ^^ •«»• 

•flQr Mobor of tho Board« 
B. Ihat ha had tha right to hava oiviUan or «lUtary coiin«a or botht 
d« ttat ha had tha rlght to appaar aa a altiiaaa, to off ar witaaaaaa» or to 

har« hla ooonsal aaka atataaanta In hls Vahalf • 
•• That ha had tha rlght to praaant aildaiioa or dapoaltiona* 
Iha aanbar« of tha Boards tha R»oordar, and tha raportara wara than diilj 
awom« Liautaiiaixt Naatoa waa thaa avom« 

Qitaatlona hgr Rwordarf ^ •, . 

Q« Llatrtaaant Hawtoa, hara you had tha opportuiiitjr to »ttidj all recoroa 

aalTod fron Tha Otfloa of Tha idjataat Qanaral In jwr eaaa? 



A« Ta0f Sir« 



raady 



A« iM^ Sir« 



(U Ltautanaüot Mawton, will you plaaaa atata your füll naa», your grada, braaaht 






k. Btamy P# »wtoni lat U«iita»antt 0-555150, Corpa of mutaiy Poliaat Anv 
of tha Oaitad Stataa, Dataohaant of Patlaatat AroBr Sarrloa Foroea Haglonal 
BoapitaXt Fort Gaorga G« Maadai^ itarylaal« 

Q« Llautmast Savtoiit da jrou daaira to ha rapraaantad hy oounaalt 

tu Baf Sir« 

Q« Uaiitaiuuit Bavtoiit do jrou daalra a eopgr of tha FrooaadiiigaT 

A« 1mm, fldr« 

Q« UmtaoMt Navtoii, will yoa plaaaa atata jmxp parvanant addraas ahar» 

yoa fluy ba oontaetad paading final diapoaitiool of your easa« 
A« laat falnut nomA, Tinaland, Baa imrm^. 

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(U UmxtmmBt Umitaa^ what Ktm joitr iri«h#0 wlth r«sp«ot to your bclng 
tliikl or othtrwise Mpantadt 

A« I wani to b« r^tlred« 

(U LUotMAot llMrtoi^ will you please sXrm tte Board a brlaf ehronologleal 
statamaat of joat aotlTa aoaudsalonod «lllta]7 saxrloat 

A# X waa aonaLciloiuid ia Jaaa of 194^ aa a 2d Llautanaat aad want oiraraaaa 
in Jalj of 19U «^ was aaalgnid to Kllltarjr Poliea sarvlea* SaxirM at 
Third AntjT Bitdqairtarai 29th DlvlBion and tha lOOth IXLrlBion^ taa 
voundad on 30 Jforaabar «hila In Xngwallaaf Aranaa* Z «aa hoapltaliaad 
at tha 9th Ganaaral Hospital^ 46th Oanaaralf 19tth Qanaral an that oonp 
tlnantj thaa tte 91at Gonaral la fiigland and raturaod to tha Stataa ia 
■irah af 1945« Z ««• hoapltaliaad hara ia llatahtr Qmmnä,^ Cttalxridga^ 
Ohio and Ca^p t^ptan Gonralaaaant Hospital« I vaa zuturaad to %m^ponrf 
liaitad duty In Jims 1945» Z «aa asaigasd to Enaagr Friaonar of itar 
Znfonaatlon Branoh^ Port Oaerga Q« Msada^ Muryland in Jülj of 1945^ aad 
raaainad thara tmtil Daosabar 1945t whm Z rapoitad to tha hoiqpltal» Z 
aas proaotad to lat Idaatanaot 10 Hovaafttar 1945« 

Q« Idaatansnt ISsstaa^ plaasa tall tha Board «hat your prof asslcm or araoatioa 
aas in alTllian Ufa. 



Q« Zdaataaaat Bsvtaeit «^Lll jrou plaaaa tall tha Board «hat in fom ojpLnion ia 
tha natura of jroor diaahllitgr# wfaan tha dlaabUitgr bsgaiit and «hat aaaaad 
itt 

A« Z «aa «ottndad tqr aortar ftragaant on 30 loTaaO^ar 1944 In Zngaailaaf Frmm%m 
Sball fragnant panatratad thjrough ogr laft «idst eaualng a partial atift« 



aaas of tha Isft «rist and gansral vaaknasa of oagr laft hand* At firat 
mf fingara «ara atiff bat thsgr haTs alaost iapro?ad to normal b^r nov» 

Q« Zilaiitaaant U&wtotx, durlng tha pariod that jroa hsva had thls disabili^t 

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!♦ iftr wrl«t 10 «tili r«th#r glitt «ad tte idiol« band U prttty wMk« I b«f» 

PMt^ bad ptin «t tlM«» 
Q« Am ihtra aqgr qiM«tlozui Iqr tha Board? 
A« (F^aidant)! AppwmAlj mm. 

Tha Hoeordar tbaii avOadttad aU papara vafanrad to tha Bcmo^ ftpoa Htm 
Offioa of Thm idjutant Gaaaral« Aa papara wara raad lay tiia Board and ar# 
harato appandad^ aarkad Siddblt B» 

aa Haaordar than aubadttad tha Prooaedinga of tha Dlöpositl<m Board» 
•hioh ara harato appandad, Mrkad Eriilblt B. 



Hotpar^ 



daalgnatad 



Iflaaaiidixig 



vara aaom« 

Qnaationa I97 Haoordari 

Qu CaptalB Uoapar^ oan you tdaatlfy thia Raport of Hya 

Jointljr l3ir 70a and Major fltttohliia^ tba othar Madioal 
barora thia Board, in tha oaaa of Uautananfe Bavtont 
A« Zaa, Bir* 

Q« Captala Hoapar, plaaaa raad tlia Itoport cf Pl^sloal m 
Board« 



Ibcaalnatloii 



I Hoq^ar raad tha Bq^art af PIqralaal 
HoapaTii ia thia raport tnia and oon 



i« Zoa, 8tr« 



R^[>ort 



Banragr 



Hoatonji la offarad to tho Board In arldanoa and aarkad Siadilbit F. 



aooaptad, 



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Qimrtioiui tagr Htoeord«rt 

Q« C«ptaiii BMpWn afWr earcful eonaldflratlen of tht hlstosrgrt ollnlo«! rteorA 

•ad plqrsiMl fiBdinga, «lU jnou pl««M «t«ta jrmsr flMl dlagnosis ia tili« 

MMt 

A« (1). Defondtgr of Utt wri&t Meoodaiy to «bell ftupMvt wouod iaeurMd la 
aetlon on 30 loirtaibor 19M la Trmmm aaalfMtod bgr UnltctioB of aatloa 
ia «Kimtloa to Hfip floaloa te 39^» obdaotloa to 19^, obduotioa f^« 
(2) Arthritlo, loft writlt, ehroaief ostoOf aon<>ironoroolf Moondaxy to ihoU 
firofMUifc wouadf l«ft «riot laoanrod la (1) oboro« 
fU Coptola HoopoTt ia jrour oplaioa^ is tbo offioor appooriog bof oro tlio Board 
ponuuMmtljr iaeapooltotod f or oetliro oonrloo ia « goaonl aonrloo ftMlga>» 

jU Xoi, Sir« 

Q* Coptoia Hpopor^ ia /our optaioa^ io tlio iaooptoitgr tho rooolt of aa la» 

oidoitt of ooMdialonod aorfiooY 
Am Xo«, Sir« 
(U Oaptaia Höopox*^ in joar oplaloo^ is tho oaaoo of tho ineopacltsr an Inoidoott 

of ooaaisaionod oorfioo? 
A« Zoot 3ir» 
Q* Coptoin Hoopor^ what io tho oxiot or opproxlaoto dato upon whloh tho ooaao 

of tho jproooBt inoapoeity origiaatodf 

JU 30 Xotroidior 19U« 

^ Cavtaia Boajpori io tho i n aap o oi ty ponaaoat ia tiio ooaao that rMoval or 

oaro of tho dioofaility idthia o rooooooblo tiao io hii^Uljr ii^probdlilot 

A# ZoOf 8ir# 

^ Captaia HoopOTi in joar opinion, «ao tho Inoapooitgr aggroratod hgr oonrioot 

A» Xoi Sir* 

Q« Captaia Hoopor, do jrou boliovo that tho inoapooitj would bo ponaaMtljr 

aggravatod bgr furthor goaoral oorrioot 

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<U Captain Hoeper, do ycm btllev« th«t Lieutenant »ewton woold be physleally 
eapable of perf oradU^ duty In a llolted aerrloe aasignaenl? 

A« Xes^ Sir« 

^ Major Hptohln«^ joa have Just heaz^ the medieal te8tlaop7 aa preaantad bgr 
Captala Hoeper» tto jreu eonour In tha teatlaoqgr juat gltaiiT 

A« Z do« 

9# aiajor Hntohlna^ do you hava am^faiag furthar to adbd to that taatiisojQor? 
A» Z do not* 

<U Uaixtaaant Havton, yoa hara Juat haard tha Mdioal taatlmongr gtTan by Mijor 

Oatohina, and Captala Roapar» Do you «iah to qaaetion tha medlcal idtaaaaaa? 
1« Not Sir* 

<U Ära thara any quaatloaa bgr tha BoardT 

A« (Praaideat)i Thara ara« 

Quaatlona by Major Kenegy: 

Q« Llautanaat üevton, will you ahofir ua that you have tha ooveaent of your lafk 

arlatt 
A« (Lieutenant Newton atratchad both araa out and ahoaed th« Boiard thjit h«i HjmI 

MTameat in hia laft ariat«) 
CAPTAZH HOEPIRl Inoldaatally, this offloar la laft*handad and uses hia rlght haad 

to vrita« ill othar aativitlaa ara lafVhaiiaad« 

Qoaatlona by Heaordari 

Q« Liautanaat Mafvton, la thara any furthar atateaient that you wlsh to aaka^ 

althar oiml or iddttaii, or bothf 

A« ia» Sir« 

Q, Liautanant Mevtm^ do you wlah to call, aay wltnaeaea on yoiur own bahalf? 
JU aOf Sir* 

Q« Captaln fioapart doaa thia offloar requira furthar hospltal treartaantt 
A« Xa« Sir* 



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Q« Captain Hoepar^ mtgr h# ba aafaljr ralaasad «od lo ha ooopatant to handla hla 

om nnanaial affairat 
A# laa^ Sir« 

Qa la thara aogr furthar taatiaoqsr to ba glvan? 
i« (Ptaaldaiit} t i{yparantly not« 

Xba Board aloaad and aftar aatura dalibaratiim fouad thatt lat Uautaaaat 
Harvagr P« Navtoa^ 0553150^ Corpa of iUltargr Polioat ia pamanently Inoapaeltatad 
for aetiTa aanrloai that bmIA inoapaolty is tha ramilt of an tnoldant of oasda» 
aloxiad sarrLoaj that tha eaoaa of aaid Ineapaoity iai 

(1) Daforsitjr of laft «rist aaoondaxy to shaU fragaant wound inourrad in 
aation oa 30 Aoranbar 19U in IVaneai manifaatad l^ lioitation of 
ttotioB in axtansion to J^^, flaxion 39f abduetion to IfP, abduotion t^« 

(8) irthritia laft wrlat| ahronio, ostaa^ non»va£»x*aal^ aaeo^odaiy to ahall 
ftragaant wound, inetirrad aa In (1) abova« 
that tha oauaa of aaid lnoax>aoit7 is an inoidazit of ooonlaaioaAd aerricoi that 
aaid inoapacity had ita origia on or aboat 30 üorambar 1944| was aouta in onaat 
and flrat baoana manifaat 30 ÜTov^mbar lO/Ji» and that sald incapacity is panaanmt» 

BSßCMismkTiomi 



Foiind fit for pamanant liaitad sarvioa duty» 



findingi 



Harragr 



9ia Board than« at 9i25 A«ll«» Aridaar^ l Fobruary 194^6^ proeaadad to othar 



bnaiaaaa* 



WZI^LIAM L« HCMSLL 

Praaidant« 



JACOB KAPLAH 
Captj CW8 



Haoordar 



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DISPOSITION BOARD PROCEEDINGS FOR OFFICERS 



AR 40-590 



1 NAME AND LOCATION OF HOSPITAL WHERE BOARD MET 



BminwAi HOSPTTAT., miT p.Tyar.R r.. vT.knr. , "K-riim 



3 UST NAME-FIRST NAME-MIDDLE INlflA? 

NgfTON, iiaryy P« 



8 UNIT ORGANIZATIONfc(REGIMENT. SQUADRON, GROUP COMMAND), 

D^t of ?U 1322 SCÜ> Fi M— da. M. 

11 CIRCUMSTANCES UNDER WHICH ADMITTED TO HOSPITAI (rlü'^ nF inu^^ni? 



CTT 



4 ARMY SCRIAL NO, 



^iHilSa 



INDICATE 



AAF 



CIRCUMSTANCES UNDER WHICH ADMITTED TÖ HOSPITAL (CAUSE OF'ADMISSION) 



AGF 



ASF 

JL. 



OTHER 



ETalmttion of D^ ty Stf^tiis 



13 MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY (TITLE) 



5 GRADE 



Itl^Lt*. 



9 DATE ADMITTED 



6 ARM OR SERVICE 



M2 



2 DATE OF MEETING 



13 IXc /,5 



10 TRANSFERRED FROM (FACILITY) 



7 AGE IN YEARS 

25- 



5 Daa i j^ 

12 DATE ENTERED Of5^C 



Dlraet 



rCTIVEDUTYINCOMMISSIONEDSTATUSANDWHETHER 
LIMITED OR GENERAL SERVICE * 



?0H Intcrriyatiftr Otfin^iß 



H CURRENT EFFECTIVE AERONAUTICAL RATING 
(IF ANY) 



15 OfJ FLYING STATUS PRIOR 
PRESENT PERIGD OF HOSPITALI- 
ZATION 



NO 



'^ ^^,^'?^!'A^^''rü4,^°^^'^^'^'^'^'°'^ °^ CLINICAL RECORDS, LABORATORY FINDINGS, AND PHYSICALEXAMINATION THE BOARD FINDS THE OFFICERTO HAVE THE FOLLOWING DIAGNOSIS. 
CONDITION UPON COMPLETION OF CASE, AND LINE OF DUTY FINDINGS FOLLOWING FACH DIAGNOSIS. (LIST DIAGNOSES BY NUMBER PREFIX.) 

1, r^fonalty of l«ft wrist, eK009fkary to m ohell fpar er.t wouai i?iOurr«d In ectlon 
3C l.ov©mb«r 19U in Franc«, sianifested hy lir lUtion of «otion In «xtencion to 
45^f flMlon to 35®, «bduction to 15^, «dduction O^* U30 ya». Condltion 
unoiiaacad« 

f 

2t Arthritl«, cer^il honen, left wrUi, chronle, of^teo, non-venepetl, cecondery to 
anell fra^-Eont wound, Incurrad aa in (1) a! ove. LOD ^b. Coödltion unciianged. 



17 DATE BECAME 

INCAPACITATED FOR 
MILITARY DUTY 

(ENTER ONE DATE) 



9 Daoaabar 1945 



18 APPROXIMATE 

DATE OF ORIGIN OF 
EACH INCAPACITY 

(ENTER EACH DATE) 



(0 

(2) 

(3) 

(4) 



30 I.ove ber 1944 



19 IS CAUSE OF 
INCAPACITY 
INCIDENT TO SERVICE 



YES 



DEGREE OF DISABILITY FOR MILITARY SERVICE (CHECK APPRGPRIATE ITEMS) 



23 TOTAL 



24 PARTIAL 



25 PERMANENT 

X 



26 TEMPORARY 



27 NONE 



33 STATE DISABILITY BRIEFLY IN NONTECHNICAL LANGUAGE 



NO 



20 EXISTED PRIOR 
TO ENTRY ON 
ACTIVE DUTY 



YES 



NO 



21 PERMANENTLY 
AGGRAVATED 
BY ACTIVE DUTY 



YES 



NO 



22 MAXIMUM 

HOSPITAL BENEFIT 
RECEIVED 



YES 



NO 



TYPE OF SERVICE RECOMMENDED (CHECK ONE) 



28 GENERAL 



29 PERMANENT 
LIMITED 

X 



30 TEMPORARY 
LIMITED 



31 NONE 



32 QUALIFIED 
FOR OVERSEAS 



YES 



NO 



Paln (allght) with w aknea» in left wrlat. 



34 THE BOARD RECOMMENDS THAI: 



IST H. HAHV^I P, KF^TDKt Popatrljr olaaaifi#d in a t0,»porapy limited service stetua. 
ba raelaaaiflad to pepKanant limitad Service, fiot qualifiad for overseaa« 



35 SIGNATURE OF BOARD MEMBER REQUIRED (PRESIDENT) 



NAME. GRADE. ARM OR SERVICE (TYPE) 

GJ.ORGE G# GRAiiA« 



38 POSITION VACANCY EXISTS 



YES 



NO 



CITE APPLICABLE WAR DEPARTMENT DIRECTIVE 



SIGNATURE OF LIAISON OFFICER 



NAME AND GRADE OF LIAISON OFFICER (TYPE) 



36 SIGNATURE OF BOARD MEMBER REQUIRED (RECORDER) 



NAME. GRADE. ARM OR SERVICE (TYPE) 

JULIUS L. f^ElSSr 'EG 
CAPT>, MC. 



37 SIGNATURE OF THIRD MEMBER (NOT REQUIRED) 



NAME. GRADE. ARM OR SERVICE (REQUIRED) 

TiiCf:AS "• mfciiws 



39 DATE APPROVE 



SIGNATURE OF C. 0. OF HOSPITAL 



p21 Degettbar 1945 



NAME. GRADE, TITLE (TYPE) 

il* A. CUEK 



40 



DATEAPPRovED 21 H-ecar-ber 1945 



tSIGNATURE. C. O.. OR DEPUTY OF STATION 



BY COH'AW:) n^ ^>«JaADIER a-NWIAI üEL'aCK 



41 tDATE DEPARTURE 



tNAME. GRADE. TITLE (TYPE) 

V, A. TAUBER 

* f Pa r aoimal DlvL»^! 



WD AGO FORM Q f f Q 

1 MAR 1945 ö- 1 lO 

Replaces WD AGO Form 8-118, 1 Oct 44, 
and 1 Feb 45, which may be used. 



INSTRUCTIONS: Original and four copies to be prepared. Sign original only: Signature constitutes approval. At 

tach a brief Clinical Abstract on 8 x lO^-inch white paper. 
•If possible. indicate any known defects upon entry on duty on a commissioned Status for which a 

waiver was granted, 
JRequired only if Commanding Officer of Hospital is not authorized to issue Orders. 
jFor Administrative purposes. 

U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 16— 43560-2 



7 



^ a»^ 



CLimCkL ABSTR/iCT 
NK.,-TON, HArm P., Ist Lt., 0-555150, AUS, Det. of P.ti^nts, 1322 SC, age 25. 

servlc. evBiuat.on of duty ststua prior to being separated from th» 

FAfflLy HISTORYj Non contributory. 
FAST MSDICAL HISTORY» Non contributory 

PRESENT ILLNESSi Patient atates that on 30 November 19AA h« r.-«.i^-^ u -,. ^ 
perforating the left irrist near Inew6lles Pr.nrr « ^ recelved a shell fragaent 

Hospital «h«ra fragments «ere remS 0^30^^1^/1*0;^ T.T'!*' *" **^* ^^ ^^°- 
the ^6th General Hospital on 3 nr^Imh.^ lo^/ 7 ^^' P«**^«"* ^«s transferred to 

performed. OB 29 jSua^ ?9Z5 äfnl^f '^ *" ? secondary closure of th. «ound ma 

«PpUed at the WS^S^ral Hostitaf Here^hr'.:"'/ r*^''"'' '^°" ^P^»* ''" 
therapy. Th« cast warSiscardeJ e^fu^^elv If th! 5?^"^* *^^° """ ^^''" intensive physio- 
The paüent was then ^aclSdlo j£ *oL of^e i«t 2«»«"1 "o^Pjtal in Pohruary ^5. 
Hospital on 16 March 1945/ iftJ? Ir^^l^fL ^"**r\°^ «"^ «"^^ed at Fletcher General 
Camp üpton, N. l. for convalaf^^nt +! r * I*' '"""* *° *^" ^^^ Convaiescent Hos.ltal at 
ed l tr'ialV 'six nonths":f ^e'pJr *^^^^^^ '-",« disposition board reconunend- 

and paUent is now eHgible fV:"a?aJiS'Sof tt st^T^T ""''"' ' ^'""''•' ''^^ 

in length. Inspectiordo:rnr^::L;^!/l'L!!:"^*'.°P«r**^!r.«<=«" approximately li indies. 
trophlc disturbances noted. Color n^rm"!: "p^ssrCe fleXn Z '"f f ^'•^'"'^1 ^^<^^^- No 
llke Sensation over the dorsal surfaoe a^+w! » "«fion o^ "rist reveala a cruncUng- 

Extension to J, rie^onZ%^''l^:UdnZ\ZlT^£;%^\l^^^^^^^ ^'l ^JS^*^- 
«al b«t therJ is « S^fi^^CeaSe^r^Salf Se^^^^^r'^' ''' "°^*'"*'^*^ °' '^'^•" "« 



LABORATCRI STTOIESi All within normal limits. 




CONDITION QN COMPIJCTION np CASE. ünchanged 

COUKSE IN HOSPITALt Itoeventful / 

DIAGNOSISt (1) Peformity of left wrist secondsrv to ah-ll fr.o«»-«+ . . f 

on 30 November 19U in France manifested ?^ llIit«?ion S motl^n i """f ^f°""*"^ ^? '^«^-^o» 
to 35*», abdüction to 15^ adduction 0«». (2) A^iS LT* ^ * «xtension to 45*, flexi 
venereal, s.cond. ry to shell fr.^ent 'rJl] ^^^[ llZZl'll ln}f)'lCT:' "" 



on 



REPORT OF PHYSICAL EXAMINATION 

'*^^' (SM AR 40- 100 and 40-105) 



ünless otherwise prescribed, this form wiU be used for all physical examlnations of Individuais on ao offleer or 
Warrant pflQcer Status, or for appointments as such or enroUment In the ROTC. Use typewriter U practicable. 
Attach plain additional Sheets II required. «**.»»- i.ivoi/.o. 



1. LAST NAME. FIRST NAIV1E. MIDDLE INITIAL 



di^ 



5. NATURE OF EXAMINATION 



2. ARMY SERIAL No. 



ANNUAL 



ACTIVE DUTY 



APPOINTMENT 



PROMOTION 



RETIREMENT 

X 



10. YEARS OF ACTIVE SERVICE 



-^ 



SPECIAL 



TERMINAL 



3. GRADE 



6. RACE 



IT 



4. ORGANIZATION AND ARM OR SERVICE 

It äOS '^ VF" 



7. AGE IN 
YEARS 



ü 



8. SEX 



9. COMPONENT OF ARMY 



RA 



AUS 



NG 



ORC 



ROTC 



11. YEARS OF INACTIVE SERVICE 



l^iDSLä. 



12. MEDicAL HisTORY . .^^^ .♦..icfti ßist ^o f oon-c ^titrib.tory . m 30 ov.^iscer r?UU i)^^ 
received a ^nüll fragr««at ^r ormin^ Um ImiX «riet oöar ingw«3ilo6, frmnce. 



13. EYES 

H 



1. 



16. VISION 



RECORO OF PHYSICAL EXAMINATION 



14. COLOR VISION (NOT REQUIRED 
ON ANNUAL EXAM.) 



KotmI« 



UNCORRECTED 



CORRECTED 



RE 



20/ 20 



20/ 



LE 20/ 20 



20/ 



17. EARS (INCLUOE MEMBRANA TYMPANI) 



RE J# 



Jl 
1Ö. HEARING 



LE J# 



J# 



15. REFRACTION (ON ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS STATE ONLY WHETHER DEFECT IS 
PROPERLY CORRECTED.) 



MANIFEST 



RE 
LE 



RE 
CYCLOPLEGIC « 
LE 



WHISPERED VOiCE 



RT. EAR 



/15 



LT. EAR 



/15 



AUDIOMETER TEST » 



RT. EAR 
Decibels loss 



LT. EAR 

DECIBEH Loss 



^°- JÄ^oa*. 'x?™1J'5^92?^'-^ CARIOUS TEETH BY O. NONRESTORABLE CAROUS TEETH BY/. MISSING 
NATURAL TEETH BY X. TEETH REPLACED BY DENTURE. HORIZONTAL LINE OVER X AS XXX AND TEETH 
REPLACED BY FIXED BRIDGE. OVAL TO INCLUDE ABUTMENTS. AS CTTT) 

. »765432 1 12345678 
** — ~ R L^ — — L 



19. NOSE AND THROAT 



16 15 



U 



13 12 11 



10 



10 11 12 13 14 15 



16 



21. OTHER DENTAL DEFECTS AND REMARKS 



CLASSIFICATION 



23. FIGURE 



SLENDER 



MEDIUM 



STOCKY 



OBESE 



24. FRAME 



UGHT 



29. GIRTH MEASUREMENTS (INCHES) 



MEDIUM 



CHEST 



INSPIRATION 



21 



32. VARICOSE VEINS 



>^ione« 



EXPIRATION 



ABDOMEN 



AT UMBILICUS 

27 



HEAVY 



25. POSTURE 



EXCELLENT 



30. HEART« 



GOOO 

X 



FAIR 



POOR 



22. PROSTHETIC DENTAL APPLIANCES 



26. HEIGHT 
(SHOELESS) 



ei 



INS. 



36. RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 

>>orxal. 



33. BLOOD PRESSURE 



SYSXOLIC 



DIASTOUC 



37. CHEST X-RAY » 



34. CHARACTER OF 
PULSE 



27. WEICHT 
(STRIPPED) 



128 



LBS. 



31. ARTERIES 



'ior-^l. 



28. TEMPERATURE 

9B.6 



35. PULSE RATE 



90 



SITTIN6 



IMMEDIATELY 
AFT^ EXjERCISE 



TWO MINUTES 



T 

ISE I 



'vornMl cr.'«öt« 



38. SKIN AND LYMPHATICS 



41. FEET ■) 

pes planus 1 



44. ANUS AND RECTUM 



S. 



39. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



42. ABDOMINAL WALL AND VISCERA 

Noroal. 



40. BONES. JOINTS. MUSCLES 

Li?r.itati vn of i?xtonöl m to 



43^HERNIA 



orr^-Apr^ il4ilarai V}^), 



47. NEUROLOGICAL 



ior-Al 



1 



45. GENITO-URINARY 

1 '.'-^rtial. 



48. PSYCHIATRIC 



'oral 



46. PELVIC (WOMEN ONLY) » 



49. LABORATORY PROCEDURES 



KAHNI 



WASSERMANN l 



50. URINALYSIS 



SP. GR. 



ALB. 



'J! 



;er 



WD AGO FORM ci^ 
1 AUS 114» Oö 

Edition of 1 Jan 194fi may be used. 



SUGAR 



MICROSCOPICl 



51. OTHER LABORATORY PROCEDURES 



onc 



i For women exwninees Include menstrual hlstory and date of last menstrual Deriod 

» When indicated. If performed, audiogram should be attached. Report lossln dedbela 



i«~4a«)o-a 



» If examinee is not recommended for appointment In R. A. because ofmalnpolnsjnn .»«IfVi»-* 

J EKG when indicated. If performed, ^ions of aU four teads ?dd be atÄSÄ rnÄn?^*'^^ '5 8. O. Q. 

. Required for candidates for commissio^or extended active duty^äd ol ?Ä2 ÄXÄ°aÄthÄ"*?*^' ^^'^ ^^' 



52. REMARKS ON ITEMS NOT SUFFICIENTLY DESCRIBED; 

Abduction 15^ , adduction 0^. (#1^0 Gontinued) 



SUMMARY 



53. CORRECTIVE MEASURES OR OTHER ACTION RECOMMENDED 



54. IS INDIVIDUAL PERMANENTLY INCAPACITATED FOR 



GENERAL SERVICE? 



YES 



X 



NO 



LIMITED SERVICE? 



VPti 



56. 



Mrt 



APPOINTMENT IS 



RECOMMENDED 



RECOMMENDED WITH 
MINOR DEFECTS 



NOT RECOMMENDED 



58. ACCORDING TO EXAMINEES STATEMENT IS (S)HE DRAWING 

^.^^.f^^'P'il-S.'l'^^'yjJ ALLOWANCE. OR OTHER COMPENSA- 
TION OR RETIRED PAY FROM THE U. S. GOVERNMENT' 



60. ACCORDING TO EXAMINEES STATEMENT HAS (S)HE EVER 
BEEN piSQUALIFIED FOR MILITARY SERVICE OR SEPARATED 

r."//.l'c??o^*.S?Ä PHYSICAL DISABILITY. OR BEEN REFIJSED 
Lirt INbU RANGE? 



62. DATE OF EXAMI NATION 

30 Jan li6 



65. PLACE OF EXAMINATION 

Regional ^^spioal. Fort 
George G. i^eade, A%rjland 



YES 



YES 



NO 

X 



NO 

X 



55. IF INCAPACITATED FOR GENERAL OR LIMITED SERVICE STATE REASON 



57. IF APPOINTMENT IS NOT RECOMMENDED, STATE REASON 



59. IF ANSWER TO 58 IS YES. STATE DISABILITY 



61. IF ANSWER TO 60 IS YES. STATE REASON 



63. TYPED NAME AND GRADE 



TüOMAb ^'. HJTCHim, ?;ajoiw.c. 



66. TYPED NAME AND GRADE 



SAjÜt^L b. i.JiliPEn^ CAPTA1W.C. 



68. TYPED NAME AND GRADE 



M. C. 



64. SIGNATURE (SIGN ORIGINAL ONLY) 



67. SIGNATURE (SIGN ORIGINAL ONLY) 



69. SIGNATURE (SIGN ALL COPIES) 



Ist INDORSEMENT 



70. DATE 



72. FROM 



73. TO 



74. ORGANIZATION AND ARM OR SERVICE 



'^^^^T^i 



71. REMARKS» 



75. GRADE 



76. SIGNATURE 



1 State action taken on recommendfttion of board. If incapacitated for active servioe State whether action by retiring board is recommended. 



l«--*3«)0-i ir opo 



CLIKICAL ABSTaACT 



* #. 



NEiTTON, HARVEI P., Ist Lt., 0-555150, AUS, D^t* of Patients, 1322 SC, age 25. 

lat Lt. Newton entared thie hoapital 5 ^ecember 19U5 as a direct adiuission from this 
Separation Center Tor evaiuation of duty Status prior to being separated from the 
Serrice, 

Ist Lt. Newton entered current period of active Hiilitary Service on 21^ 'v^ay 19lil as 
an enlisted man on general service. He wa& commiseioned on 18 «Xxne 19Uk on general 
senrice withoat waiTer and plaoed on liinited duty 9 *^une 191*5 äs a result of injury 
to left wrist. 

FAHTLY HISTORYt Non-contribitory. 

FAST MSDICAI HLSTORYj Non-c ontribut ory« 

PR5SENT ILLBKSSi Patient states that on 30 November 19I4U he received a Shell frag« 
ment perforating the left wrist near Ingweilea, France. He was evacuated to the 
9th Svac. Hospital where fraginents were removed on 30 November 19lili. Fatient was 
transferred to the U6th 'Jeneral Hospital on 3 December 19Uli when a secondary closure 
of the wound was performed. On 29 Jamiary 19li5 the cast was removed and a posterior 
mold splin^ was af vplied.at the 19öth General Hospital. Here the patient also was 
given intensive physlo-therapy. The cast was di carded entirely at the 91st General 
Hospital in Febrt;ary 19ii5« "^he patient was then evacuated to the Zone o*' the Inter- 
ior and arrived at Fletcher General Hospital on 16 T^farch 19li5» After treatment he 
was sent to the ASF Convaleacent Ftopitäl at CampUpton, K. Y. for convalescent treat- 
ment and care. Here a disposition board recommended a trial of six months at temp- 
orary limited duty, öix »onths expired 9 Decerriber 19U5 and patient ta now eligible 
for Separation from the Service. 

PHYSICAL SXAyiNATIONt ünder skini Left wrist 3rGveal8 an oblique scar on dorsal sur- 
facei well healed. On the ventral surface is a well healed operative scar approxi- 
■ately ij inches in len th. Inspection does not reveal any suscular atrophjy of the 
interossei mußcle, No trophic diatur^ances noted. Color nor-sal. Paasive flexion 
of wrist reveals a crunching-like Sensation over the dorsal surfflf»«=^, Ärti.v« '^«nveiBent 
of wrist limited in all directions. Extension to 1^5°, flexion to 35^, abduction to 
approximately 15^ and adduction to 0°. Supination and pronation norinal. No sensory 
dlsturbances noted. All movements of fingers normal bat there is a definite weak- 
ness noted in the grasp. 

UHORATOKY STJD lESf All within normal limit«. 

X-RAYSi Left wrist 1 7 December 19l45« ^o pertinent clinical Information is given. 
There is irre^larity, thinning and marginal sclerosis of most of the boncs in the 
left wrist. There is accompanylng bony alte rat ion. There are several tiny metallic 
fragißents lyinr this region. Conclasionj old traumatic type arthritis involving 
the left c.arT>al. There appears to be soiie hony ank:v'losis notably bet^een the os cap- 
itata and hsTTAte bones. 

CONDITION ON COMPIJSTION OF CASSi ünchanged. 

CiUKSE IN H03PITALt Uneveritflil. 



DIAG?^OSISt (1) Deformity of left wrist secondary to b hell fra-raent wound incarred 
in action on 30 Nove:r)ber 19kh in Prance raanlfested by limitation of rnotion in ex- 
tension to 1;5'', flexion to 35^, abductin to 15^, adducti n 0<^. (2)Arthritis, left 
wrist, chronic, osteo, non-venereal, secondary to Shell fra^^ment wound, left wrist 
incurred as in (1) above. 

EXHIBIT "A* 



M 



V/AR DEPARTMENT 
THE ADJUTANT GENERALIS OFFICE 
Washington 25, D. C, 



TO ALL HOSPITALS HAVING ARMY RETIRING BOARD AUTHORITY: 



Experience gained by thls office through 
correspondence and personal Visits from officers, 
who have appeared before retiring boards, leads to 
the belief that many of them are not fully aware 
of the possible steps that can be taken in their 
individual case follov;ing such appearance. With 
this in viev/ the inclosed inforination sheet has 
been prepared. It is desired that it be reproduced 
for distribution to each officer, other than a 
Regulär Amy officer, after his appearance before 
the retiring board at your hospital, 

The Information contained in paragraph B and 
C of the attached sheet is from a directive of the 
War Department General Staff G-1 dated 5 July 1945. 



/s/ W. G. 17EAVER, 
Lt. Col. AGD. 



A CERTIFIED TRUE CÖPY: 



/ 



y 



'/ 






' HAROLD D. PRESTON 
Capt, MAC 



INFORMATION POR OFFICERS (OTHER THAN REGULÄR ARMY) mo 
HAVE APPEARED BEFORE AM ARMY RETIRIIIG BOARD 

1, You have Just appeared before an Army Retiring Board and 
have been appraised of its findings, The nature of the findings 
in your individual case v/ill govern the next step to be taken, 
Outlined belov; are the various steps that may be taken to bring a 
case to an ultimato conclusion, 

A. ORIGINAL HEARING OF THE GASE. 

If the Original krmj Retiring Board Has Pound: 



(1) That you are fit for general or temporary limited Service 
and: 

(a) You are under orders for separation--You will be 
processed immediately for rolief from active duty. 

(b) You- are not under orders for separation--You v/ill 
be retainod on a patient status pending final ac- 
tion in the War Department. 

(2) That you are incapacitated for General Military Service 
but fit for permanent limited service and: 

(a) You havG been declared non-essential or are other- 
v/ise eligible for Separation you will be placed on 
terminal leave and processed for Separation, 

(b) You are not at this tinio eligible for relicf you 
v/ill be rotained in a pationt status pcnding final 
action in the 7/ar Department. 

(3) That you are incapacitatejd for any further military ser- 
vicß and you are physically able to be released you will 
be placed on terminal leave and processed for Separation. 

(4) That you should be rotained on active duty for the pur- 
pose of re-examination and re-ovaluation at the end of a 
give.n period, and you are eligible for relief and desire 












«if X JL ^ 









X X Ulli 



JrX^ OX V O 



xyu.uj 



CliAU. 



authorized by The Adjutant General to present yourself, 
at your övm expense, before the Army Retiring Board near- 
est your home at the expiration of the stated period. 



B. RELIEF FHOLI ACTIVi: DUTY AND GUBSEQUEriT RECALL: 



If your appearanca before the original Army Retiring Board 
results in your relief from active duty vou will NOT BE 

RECALLED TO ACTIVE DUTY V/HILE ON TERMIN/L LEAVE OR AFTER 
TERIvIINAL LEAVE HAS EXPIRSD WITHOUT YOUR CONSENT. 



WAR DEPARTMENT ACTION ON ORIGINAL HEARING OR RECONSIDERA- 
TION HEARING BY ARI.IY RETIRING BOARD. 

If the War Department in its conslderation of your case, 
either with or without the recommondation of a reconvened 
Betiring Board, feels that you should be recallcd to 
active duty for reexamination, or for additional treat-' 
ment on temporary limited service, or for other reasons, 
you v;ill be advised in v/riting of its desire, with the 
reasons thorefore. 



^ fc. Ml 



If you express, in writing, objection to recall to active 
duty, the War Department v/ill not order your recall to 

(over) 



K- 



IlTFORMATIOK FOR OFPICERS (OTHSR THAII REGULÄR ARMY) l'HO HA VE 
APPEARED BEFORE All ARf.IY RETIRING BOARD (Cont'd): 



active duty, and it will take such action, consistont 
with tho facts available, on the recommondations of tne 
Retirins Board, as is noccssary to reach an ultimate 
conclusion. You can therefore feel free to make plans 
for the future with the knowledge that you will not De 
disturbed without your consent. 



- 2 - 



BUY 

UNITED 

STATBS 

^WAB 

iONDS 
SXAMPS 



IN REPLY 
REFER TO: 



ARMY SERVICE FORCES 

THIRD SERVICE COMMAND 
Fort George G. Meade. Maryland 

ARL/IY RETIRING BOARD 



SUBJECT: Reconvening of Ariny Retiring Board 



9 April 194.6 



TO 



First Lieutenant Harvey P. Newton, 0-555150, ClylP-AUS 
West Walnut Read 
Vineland, New Jersey 



1. Pursuant to Instructions from The Adjutant General, Washington, 
D.O., dated 28 March 194-6, the Army Retiring Board will be reconvened for 
the purpose of considering the Retiring Board Proceedings in your case* 

2. The Board will meet in the X-Ray Room, ASF, Regional Hospital, 
Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, at 0900 Monday 22 April 194-6. All 
expenses incident to yoxxr appearance will be borne by you and not by the 
Government, ünder the provisions of AR 605-250, you may be represented 
by counsel, if you so desire* 

3« Xou may waive, in writing, your right to be present. 

i^t Inclosed is a copy of memorandum dated 28 March 194-6 from 
the Office of The Surgeon General. 

5. Also inclosed is data from The Adjutant Generalis Office for 









6. You are requested to acknowledge receipt of this letter by 
indorsement hereon, indicating yoixr ability to be präsent at this hear« 
ing at the time and place specified. You are requested to include a 
Statement as to whether or not you will be represented by counsel. 



2 Incls: 
Memo TSG 
Data TAGO 





i JAMES E. POE 
Captain, MAC 
Recorder, ARB 



gffly 



as inroh X^ 



aOl (ai««Uiit üanr«/ FjO 
MBJieri ATBQr Itetlrlng Board 



W^'i^ 



V)% 



»Ixiag "S^^i^A ^M B*flor.«l Boapitalt F<a^ CN«>r8« Ot 



litt U« aar/«/ ?^. Itotottf Ö-535150, ^tr*-4US# 

i» pwm#u*^itv ^f^^'^^''*^ ,/?!,!^^^^^^ neurrecl ia ««tlM on 3^ ^mmim 

Mdio»l •^^'^^;*"',^ ^^^^j^ i.«r«alo tuet thwo a«. l«»a • *>ibBUat.i«l i««»M» 
— tt fln« tili« ©ffl«« r«ot w»o«0«»itiiUd «t tui» tia^ «-iJ *• •* »»• ./ * »?^ 



y. Ji^tW9 f UM 



/a/ &JC« Furi^i« 



PROCEEDINGS OF ARMY RETIRING BOARD FOR OFFICERS 



(AR 60S.250) (APPLICABLE TP AR 40-20) 



.1. CONVENED AT (Ststf place of Meeting) 



Port Qmorgm 0. M«md#^ Umrjl&xiA^ 



2. OATE OF MEETING 



88 Apr 1946 



3. TIME OF MEETING 



0900 



TlIK AKMY HFTIRINr. ROARD OR NDRSE COKl'S RETIRING BOARD MET l'URSUANT TO THli ORDKRS ATTACFIRD AS EXHIBIT A 



t. GRADE, NAME, ARMY SERIAL NUMBER, AND ARM OR SERVICE, OF MEMBERS AHO RECORDER PRESENT. (Indicate RecorHer) 

Llaut^nant Colon^l Edwin R« liOdg#^ 0-2978S1, Coaat Artlllez7 

Corps 
Major L«r0T Kostsnbauder« 0*179486^ Fl#ld Artlll^ry 
Major WllliaB B» Sadth, 0«»287188^ Cox»pa of Englneara 
Major Aiagustus B« Kuhl^ 0«-558448^ Madloal Corps 
Captaln Pranols A« Musot, (K4S659S. Modloal Corps 
Captsin Harold D« Pros ton, 0«30860i, Msdleal Adalnlstratlvs 

Corps, (Rsoordsr) 



5. PROPERLY CONSTITUTEO QUORUM, UNOER THE PROVISIONS OF AR 606-250, OR AR 40-20, MAS PRESENT (State Yes or No). 



>. PURSUANT TO ORDERS ^T^A^H^fi^l^^^^^tf^ AND LETTER OF NOT I F ICAT I OH, EXHIBIT C, THE OFFICER MHOSE CAPACITY IS BEING INQUIRED 
INTO APPEARED B E F rf* fH^ fölf Jft ^ir**foT APPEAR BEFORE THE BOARD. (State Appeared or Did Not Appear ) ^r^r\mAr*mA 
IF THE OFFICER DID NOT APPEAR, STATE AND DEVELOP IN THE ATTACHED «ECORO THE FACTS THAT WILL, UHOER AR fioSBP^SwWm THE 
BOARD TO PROCEED IN THE ABSENCE OF THE OFFICER, AND OMIT THE INAPPLICABLE PROVISIONS OF SUCCEEDING ITEMS NHICH ARE BASED ON 



THE PRESENCE OF THE OFFICER. 



7. LAST NAME - FIRST NAME - MIDDLE INITIAL 



Hswtcm, HsrTsy P# 



8. ARMY SERIAL NUMBER 9. GRADE 



0-555150 



Ist Lt. 



10. ARM OR SERVICE 



CHP 



II. MAILING ADDRESS FOR RECEIPT OF COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE ADJUTANT GENERAL 

Wsst Walnat Road, Tinsland, Msv Arssy 



12. DATE OF BIRTH 



13. THE OFFICER BEFORE THE BOARD STATED HE DID NOT DESIRE COUHSEL 
Attach copy of Appointing Orders as EXHIBIT D. ) 



^^l^lj/ljlljj^ (S..,e 



Name of appo i nted Counse !, 



1. THE ORDER CONVENING THE BOARD WAS THEN READ AND THE OFFICER BEFORE THE BOARD WAS ASKED IF HE HAD ANY OBJECTION TO OFFER TO 

AMV uruQCO POrcruT TA wuiru ur oroiirrv lu rur "ur/iATiyr* ao "«rriouATiwr« ir tut nrrioro orrAor tut oAion f> u t * * tu n r r> «uv 

MEMBER FOR CAUSE, RECORD TESTIMONY AND BOARD' S RULIHG ON ATTACHED SHEETS PURSUANT TO INSTRUCTIONS (Page 2) AND STATE HERE 

"SEE RECORD*. (Type Negat ive or if he replies in Affirtrative, type See Record) . 



\b. THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, THE RECORDER, THE REPORTER, ^Itf rf# ^ yi «# HiT t« ^ #%^y^ y y y ) WERE THEN OULY SWORN. THEOFFICER 
BEFORE THE BOARD WAS DULY SWORN, AND MADE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT OR TESTIFIED AS SHOWN IN THE ATTACHED RECORD. 



16. THE RECORDER THEN SUBMITTED ALL RECORDS REFERREO TO THE BOARD FIIOM THE ADJUTANT GENERAL. THE RECORDS WERE THEN READ BY THE 
BOARD ANO ARE ATTACHED AS EXHIBITS. (WD AGO FORM 261 - EXHIBIT E. ; (WD AGO FORM 63 - EXHIBM F.) 



17. THE RECORDER THEN SUBMITTED A COPY OF THE MEDICAL DISPOSITION BOARD PROCEEDINGS, WHICH IS ATTACHED AS EXHIBIT G 



18. PURSUANT TO ORDKRS ATTArHRD AS EXHIBIT H APPOINTING TREM AS MEDICAL WITNKSSES THE FnM/)WTNG OKFTCKRS APPKARED BEFORE THE BOARD 



19. 



FIRST MEDICAL 
WITNESS 



20. 



SECOND MEDICAL 
WITNESS 



A. LAST NAME - FIRST NAME - MIDDLE INITIAL 



Hospar« Saisl D# 

A. LAST NAME - FIRST NAME - MIDDLE INITIAL 



Robbins, Martin A« 



6. ARMY SERIAL NUMBER C. GRADE 



0-1764905 



B. ARMY SERI ALNUMRER 



0M702SS Saptaln 



!aptain 



C. GRADE 



D. MEDICAL CORPS 



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22. THE FIRST ANO SECOND MEDICAL WITNESSES ABOVE WERE DULY SWORN AND HAVING IDEHTIFIED THEIR WRITTEN REPORTfS) OF EXAMINATION 
TESTIFIED AS FOLLOWS. 



WD AGO FORM lOO 
I MAY I9H5 I yT 



PREVIOUS EDITIONS OF THIS FORM ARE OBSOLETE 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR RECORDING BOARD PROCEEDINGS 
AR 605-250 AND TM 12-245 MUST BE CAREFULLY CONSULTED 



1. Record items 1 through 22 on page one as indicated on page one. 

2. Record items 23 through36 on pagethree as indicated onpage three and instrict accordance 
with instructions contained in pars. 60a through 60i, TM 12-245. 

3. Attach chronological transcript of testimony and Statements, and notations of introduction of 
exhibits on additional 8" by 10 1/2" white sheets. 

4. If the officer concerned is not present at the hearing and the board proceeds in his absence 
the record, reflecting the facts, will contain evidence that he received proper notification 
of the hearing (see par. 47, TM 12-245). Such evidence may consist of a written acknowledg- 
ment from the officer or the registered mail receipt signed by the officer, introduced in 
evidence as an exhlbit together with a copy of the communication embodying the notice. 

5. The record reflecting the facts, should indicate that the President of the board advised 
counsel for the officer before the board (or the officer himself, if counsel had been excused) 
of the right to challenge one or more members of the board for cause, and, if a challenge is 
made, the challenge and any Statement made by the challenged member should be inserted. 
If the challenger withdraws the challenge, or if the challenged member is excused without 
the board going into closed Session, the record will so State. Should the challenger desire 
to examine the challenged member orally under oath with respect to his competency to act 
as a member of the board or should the challenged member volunt?.rily testify in that regard, 
the record, reflecting the facts, will indicate that the challenged member was sworn and 
will include his testimony, as well as any other testimony taken or evidence introduced 
relative to hisqualifications, in the same manner and form as the testimony or other evidence 
relative to the matter or matters being investigated by the board. If the challenged member 
does testify with respect to his competency, the following form of entry, reflecting the facts, 
is appropriate: The challenged member was sworn as tohis competency toact as a member 
of the board, and testified as follows: Where the challenge is contested the proceedings on 
that issue are recorded and, after showing both sides as resting on such issue, the record, 
reflecting the facts, may appropriately include the following remark: The challenged member 
withdrew, the board then went into closed Session and, on being opened, the President of the 
board announced that the challenge was not sustained (or that the challenge was sustained). 
(In the latter case the record, reflecting the facts, will State that the challenged member 



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each challenge will be recorded in the manner indicated (see par. 51, TM 12-245). 

6. Preceding the testimony of eachwitness the fact that thewitness was sworn will be recorded 
by an entry in the record substantially as follows: (grade, name, serial number, and arm or 
Service of witness, or name of witness alone, if a civilian) was duly sworn (or affirmed) and 
testified as follows: 

7. When an objection to any question- or to any action of the board is made, the objection and 
the board's rullng thereon will be stated. See par. 57, TM 12-245. 

8. At the conclusion of the evidence offered by the recorder or requested by any member of 
the board, an entry substantially as follows, reflecting the facts, should be made: The 
President of the board asked counsel for the off icer before the board (or the officer himself, 
if counsel had been excused) if the officer des ired to becalled as a witness, to call witnesses, 
to Introduce depositions or other evidence, or if counsel or the officer, or both, desired to 
make an oral argument to the board or to file a written argument, or to do both, to which It 
was replied (record all answers to questions or Statements made, stating who answered or 
made the Statements). 

9. Insert the typewritten material between page two and three. A minority report may be re- 
corded in the form appearing on page four. Attach exhibits in alphabetical order. 



a9-S97Sl-38,000 




IHK BOARD WAS THEN CLOSKÜ FOR DELIMEHATION AND MAVING MATIJHELY CONSIDKRFD THE GASE FINDS THAT: 



23. STATE GRADE AHO NAME OF OFFICER BEFORE THE BOARD AHO WHETHER HE IS OR IS NOT PERMAHENTLY I HC APAC I TATED FOR ACTIVE SERVICE. 



2H. 



IF THE C(TTTtmyTERPflimrTr»mrtTi'tciTATED FOR ACTIVE SERVICE STATE THE CAUSE OF SUCH jNCAPACITY. (Cause Means Disease . Injury 
or Infirmity). (State incapac i tat ing defects only. If there is more than one defect inH icate defects by number pre fix) . 



(!) Deformlty of left wrl»t, »econdary to »hall trmff&mnt wound 
Inourred In actlcn SO lioTMber 1944 in FTwacm, mmlf estad 
bj limltation of motlon In aztension to 45 dagraes; floxlon 
35 dagr«#s} abduetion to 16 dmgffmmmt adduotlon to dag2^ea 
and xaodarataly «dTore loa« of strangth and grip« 

(2) Artbrltli^ laft «rlat» ehinmlOp ostao« non-vanaraal^ 
aacondarj to Injory Inotirrad in aboTO (l)« 



. 



TYPE YES OR HO TO ITEMS 27 THROUGH 29 



25. 



APPROXIMATE DATE OF 0RI6IN OR 
INCEPTION OF EACH I NCAPAC I T AT I NG 
DEFECT LISTED UNDER ITEM 2^ 



26. 

DATE OFFICER BECAME INCAPACI 
TATFD FOR ACTIVE SERVICE 

C BHTBK ONB DATE) 



27. 

IS CAUSE (Disease. 

Injury or Infirmity) 

OF SUCH IHCAPACITY 

AN INCIDEHT OFSERVICE? 



28. 

HAS THE CAUSE (Item 24) 
OF THE INCAPACITY 
SEEN PERMANEHTLY 

AGfiRAVATED BY MILITARY 
SERVICE 



129. IS SAID INCA- 
PACITY FOR 
ACTIVE SERVICE 
THE RESULT OFAN 
INCIDENT OF 
SERVICE? 



90 MoT 1944 



30 Hot 1944 



X*« 



Ho 



Tes 



THE BOARD WAS THEN OPENED AND THE PRESIDENT ANNOUNCED THE FINDINGS TO THE OFFICER BEFORE THE BOARD. 
ACOPYOF THE RETIRINO BOARD PROCEEDINGS WILL BE HIRNISHED THE OFFICER BEPt)RE THE BOARD (OR HIS COVNSEL) UPON REQITEST. 



30. 



THE OFFICER WAS THEN ADVISED OF HIS 
RIGHT TO FILE APPLICATION FOR PENSION 



32. SIGNATURE OF RECORDER 



33. SIGNATURE OF PRESIDENT 



31. HOUR AND DATE BOARD ADJOURNED 



0955, tSi April 1946 



NAME, GRADE ANO ARM OR SERVICE (Type) 



HAROU) O. FBBSTOH 

3'*. RECOMMENDATIOHS FOR TYPE OF SERVICE, IF AN IfM •** •*«-«fc**f ÄÄIP 

Paman«it llmitad m^T-flam äsxtj. 



NAME. GRAOE AND ARM OR SERVICE (Type) 

EaWIH R« LODOE 

IHly VFFPrnr4"^ÄABn.'^V incurred sn com- 



3 5. 



BAI NMtl AN tNtMr U l- IHt U.a. UK UIU II 
RESULT FROM AN I NSTRUMANT I L I TY OF WAR IN 
LINE OF DUTY? (Yes or Ho) 



36. LEAVE BLANK FOR S60 



^Xw^ 



37« OATE 
ACTIOH 



FOR THE COMMANDING GENERAL, ARMY AIR FORCES 



SIGNATURE 



MAME, GRAOE ANO TITLE (Type) 



38. DATE 
ACTION 



FOR THE SURGEON GENERAL 



SIGNATURE 



NAME, GRADE AND TITLE (Type) 



39. DATE 
ACTION 



SlfiNATUftE 



ADJUTANT GENERAL 



MINORITY REPORT 



IN RE-PR0CEEDIN6S OF AN ARMY RETIRING BOARD RELATIVE TO THE GASE OF THE FOLLOWING OFFICER 



I. LAST NAME - FIRST NAME - MIDDLE I k I T I AL 



2. ARMY SERI AL NUMHER 



3. GRACE 



H. 



5. I (OR WF) THE UNDERSIGNED MEMbERfS) OF SAID BOARD, DISSEHT FROM THE FINDINGS ANO DECISION OF THE BOARD IN THE ABOVF ENTITLED 
INQUIRY IN THE FOLLOMING PARTICULAKS: 



fi. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVINC CAREFULLY CONSIDERED THE CASE, FIND THAT THE OFFICER BEFORE THE BOARD IS OR IS HOT I NC AP AC I TATEO FOR 
ACTIVE SERVICE. (Stf>tf "Js" or 'Is Hot" IncapacitateH.) THE CAUSE OF SUCH INCAPACITY IS ( D i ngnoa is ) . (State i ncapsc i ta t ing 
Hof&cts on I y . If th^re is more than one Hefect indicate Hefects by letter prefix.) 



TYPE YES OR NO TO I TEMS 9 THR0U6H II 



APPROXIMATE DATE OF ORlGlN OR 

INCEPTION OF EACH I NC APAC I TAT I NG 

DEFECT LISTED UNOER ITEM 24 



DATE OFFICER BECAME INCAPACI 
TATED FOR ACTIVE SERVICE 

(BNTEK ONE DATE) 



9. 

IS CAUSE (Diseasi^. 
Injvry nr Infirmity) 
OF SUCN INCAPACITY 
AN INCIDENT OF SERVICE?] 



10. 

HAS THE CAUSE (Item 6) 
OF THE INCAPACITY 
BEEN PERMANENTLY 

AGGRAVATED BY MILITARY 
SERVICE 



I I. IS SAID JNCA- 

PACITY FOR 

ACTIVE SERVICE 

THE RESULTOF AN 

INCIDENT OF 

SERVICE? 



H 



13. SIGNATURE OF MEMBER 



14. SIGNATURE OF MEMBER 



Ib. SIGNATURE OF MEMBER 



NAME, GRADE, ARM OR SERVICE (Type) 



NAME. GRAOE, ARM OR SERVICE (Type) 



NAME, GRADE, ARM OR SERVICE (Type) 



U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945 O - 867747 



Ist Lieutenant Harvey P* Nowton's oase waa reconvened pur- 
suant to Instruction» contalned In a latter from Tha Adjutant 
General and the remarka of the Stirgeon Oeneralf dated 28 Maroh 
1946« A letter of notlf loatlon, dated 9 April 1946^ advlaad 
Lieutenant Newton of the reoonventlon« Lieutenant Newton replied 
by Indor dement^ dated 15 April 1946» advlslng that he would b« 
preaent but walvlng hla rlgjita to be represented by eounael. 

The Recorder then read the letter trom Tha Adjutant General 
(Exhlblt Dt the remarka of the Surgeon General (Exhlblt M), tha 
letter of notlfloatlon (EXhlblt C), and Lieutenant Newton»a in- 
dorsement (Exhlblt N) to the Board« 

lat Lieutenant Harvey P« Newton, 0-566150, Corps of Military 

Polloe, Army of the United Statea, appeared before the Board, waa 

duly aworn, and teatlfled aa followas 

Qua at Ions by Reo ordert 

Q» Lieutenant Newton, wlth referenoe to the addreaa glven In 

your Indoraement, will thls be your new addreaa now? 

A« No. alr. fuat for the preaent tlma» 

www 0mm » 

The Recorder then read the pertlnent portlona of the original 

prooeedlnga« 

The Recorder then aubmitted the recorda on the caae to the 

Board for Ita conalderatlon* 

Queatlona by Recorder t 

Q# Captaln Hoeper, have you had a chanee to ezamlne the loan 



A» 



thla momlng? 
Not oompletely« 



A« 



Captaln Hoeper, do you have anything to add or do you wiah 

to ohange any of your oplnlona of the laat tlme? 

No, I do not haTe» 

Captaln Robbina, do you have anything to add? 



- 1 - 






Ho, I do nott 



4« Do you have any questlons to ask tha medlcal witnaasaa, 
Lieutenant Newton? 

A« Tee« Do the medleal wltneeeee believe there hat been any 
Improvemont of myvlst? 

GAFPAIK ROEPEH: I do not beliore there has boen any linprovement 

In the ränge In motlon aa prevloualy mentloned« He atlll 

haa a weak grlp In addltlon to the prevlcua flndlngi oon« 

cemlng the ränge In motlon at the original flndlnga* Thl« 

man la lef t handed whloh alao rnakea It a moat liiQ)ortant 

raotor In oonalderlng hla caae* 

Queatlona by Recordert 

Q« Any queatlona by the Board? 

A« (Prealdent): Tbere are« 

Queatlona by Major Smiths 

Q« Lieutenant Newton^ do you Intend to Tollow your vooatlon 

of farmlng? 
A« Yeat alr* 

Q« Lieutenant Hewton^ do you feel that wlth your tlme In the 
mllltary aervloe that you galned any knowledge to fit you 
for aoae other vooatian bealdea ranalng? 

A« Ho, alr^^ I don^t thJLnk ao« 

Queatlona by Major Koatenbaud^rt 

Q# Lieutenant Newton, have you been dolng any farm work alnee 

you hare been out of the aervloe? 

km Vo^ alr^ exoept Juat worklng around, 

Queatlona by Recorder: 

Q« Lieutenant Newton, do you have any atatoment that you wlah 

to make at thia tlme or do you wlah to call any wltneaaea? 

A« No^ alr, exoept that I don»t thlnk that my wrlat Improved 

alnce about Febznxary 1945 when the caat waa removed« 

- S • 



Iimaedlately after removal of th© oaat, thero was aom# Im- 

provemant. 

Quaatlons by Major Kuhli 

Q« Lieutenant Hawton, may I feal that wrlatr 

k. (Lieutenant Newton approaohed Major Kühl and let hlm ex- 

amlne the wrle*)« 
Q. How muoh grlp do you have now? 
A« (Lieutenant Uewton demonatrated his grlp)« 
^ Major Hoeper, I dldnH notioe any grade of arthrltla. la 

It mild? 

A. That I cannot answer. Major Kühl, becauae the x-raya hare 

beon aent to the Surgeon Oeneral'a Office In Waahlngton and 
the report doean^t atate the degree of arthrltla* I mlght 
read the prevlou» report entlrelyi 

^-RAYS: Left wrlat! 7 December 1945, No pertlnent cllnloal 
InTorraatlon Is glven. There la irregularlty, thlnnlng and 
marginal acleroals of moat of the boaes in the left wrlat« 
There la ac Company Ing bony alterat Ion* There are aeveral 
tlny metalllo fragmenta lylng In thla region, Concluaioni 
old traumatlc type arthrltla Involvlng the left carpal« 
There appeara to be 8C«ne bony ankyloala notably between the 
oa capitata and hamate bonea»** 

Q, Captaln Hoeper, how many montha la It now? 

A. 30 Hovember 1944«~about elgbteen aiontha» 

RECORDKR: Sir, I have no further evldence to off er« 

Queatlona by Recorder i ^ ^^ .m *. 

Q« Lieutenant Newton, do you have any further evldence to 

off er? 
A« Ho, fllr. 



- 5 • 



PRKSIDiiHT; The Board will b« olosed* 

When the Board re-opened, It» flndlngs wer© announced and 
thd offlcar was Infonaed that final actlon In hl« case would 
ba takan by tha War Dapartmont and that he would ba notifled of 
uxxoh aotlon by The Adjutant General« 

The Board then^ at 0955^ Xonday^^ 22 April 1946^ proceeded 
to other buelness« 



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Recorder^ ARB* 






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9« All« «fflM 4oM öDi Mtijr^lr aomair in tii« f ir^lliiie of th« 
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REFER TO: 



ARMY SERVICE FORCES 

THIRD SERVICE COMMAND 
Fort George G. Meade. Maryland 



SIBJKCTt R6eon7aning of Atft^ Bȟri!^ BottVi 




9 Mptll 1946 



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I« Forttaant to lMintrtl<m9 tttm Ite Adjutant GmmniIp Vaihii^oiii 
0«0», dat«d 2^ s^areh 1946» th# iimor Bitlrlog Bo«rd «111 te raeonvanad Aar 
tbi» porpoaa of oocuddariog tbs Httirlog Board Proeaedizig« in your eaaa« 

2« !ßMi Board «111 mat in thm I^Buy Hooa» A^» ^ional iloapiUl. 
fort Qaorga 0« iioadat liur;^ land^ at 0900 teadiy 22 Aiiril 1946« AU 
aai^naaa iaoidmt to Tour appaaranaa «111 ba horm bgr jroii «od f»ot hf tha 
Qoramsant. üeidar tli^ prorlaiima of AI 6O>250» /oa ai^ ba n^iraaantad 
tQT aoonaalt iX /ou ao daaira« 

3« Tm tiigr «alva» la «riti^» ^our right to ba praisant« 

i» Inoloaad i« a oopy of manoraadu« datad 23 Marah 1946 irom 
tba Offioa of Iha Sorgaoa Gaawal« 

5» Alao Imloaod la data frott Tha Adjutant Oararal'a Qffloa for 
Off ioara iHikO havo appaarad bafora a lütirlsi: Botoitl« 

6# lau ar« ifoquaatad to aeknowladga raetlpt of this lattar h^ 
Inäorom^mt hox-aou» Indiaating your ability to ba preaa.it at thia haar» 
ixis iit tha tiM aM plaoa npaalflad* loa ara raqtiaaiad to ln«luda a 
atataaaat aa to «liathar (»r not /ou vUl ba n^esaotad bgf ooimaal« 



2 Xnalat 

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Data XAOO 



Gaptalni MAO 

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15 /^.pril 1946. 



Subject: Beconvening of Army Fetirlng Bonrd 



To 



: Pecorder of ^vrLy Tef.irinf; Poard, 
A3F 5r(i Service Conmand, 
Ft. Geo. G. Meade, Maryland. 
( Att.: Capt. James E. Poe ) 



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1. Peceipt of your letter of 9 April 1946 is adcnowledged . 

2. The undersif^ned extjpects to be able to be present 
at the time and place STjecified. 

re 

3. The imderöigned will not be presente:il by ccun^^el. 

4. It is requestecl, that any corrjnunicatlon to t'ie 
undersign^d betv.een now and the 22 April 1946 be addrer.^e?: to 
the f ollo'A'ing address: 

-arvey V. Ve^Nton 
Unlversity of Delaware 
von 398 

Newarkt Del. 



Tlarvey P. Kev.'tGn 
West V.aänut "Hoad 
Vineland, N.J. 



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tue: to you. I hare oopies in ueraan, BnÄil'r. 
if you want it in all la«guage.. I haTe d 

3. I oan be reaohed at the ahovc a 
in the US from about Atig, I5 t^^ - 
Vinclaid, i;.j. C8360. Tel (6C9; 69ll6 

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Unit 2513 

ÄVO AA :i]n20-asi3 






Tel: (5o6) 228 lo 97 
Fax: (5o6) 289 52 98 
Fax is tb looal P.O. in Esoazu, 
Costa Rica 

July 12,1997 

Dear Mr. Eis: 

It See s I ov;o a 1 ettor for a lonr* time. Ymii^ is dated Feh. IS, 97. 

I an still ver.7 interertecl in tlie project of sor'ioone writinp^ up rnore deba'. 1 ed 

the oontributionj of GennaTi-Jcwish rofngees in tho Unifonned Services (^mostJ'. Uli Ariny; 

duriiig VA7 II. Is I indicated bG^oro, I have not fond miich enthusia^ns in 

circles, I tliouglit niight ^ne Iriterested. 

As I indin.ctod previously, 1 tnrnnd over ^iy lefcters etc. to tbe Jewisb War Veherans, 

of w 'ch I represe-t 50/; of tV^e me -"'^ership in GostrO^ica, i.e. T am o{me"'her at large. 

I was in cont-ct with a retired Maval Capt. by name of Adler, m is a vol^mteer 

v/orker at J^/N , 

As I understand it, tliey were to^sbnrt vn. th 'Tiortly int^-rested in correr military 

peoDlc. It so hnp ends tlrh ^n^my very close oircle of friends, tbere is 

on fnll coronel, nov; rotirod, who wenb to arrric. sohoo] witli me in rtorrnny. Ile 

was hörn in Mindneön, V/estf., but hi.s pa> ejils had P^olish pasrport, ari so he j.is 

b ^ther, who was a close 'r'end of 'uine, ad parents, were deforted to Pola ::d in 

Oct. 38. Only he survivied . The otner is a fre(i^nd of Uie sarne group, who retired 

as a LTC in the Rese,^ves, and v/as o^ la: t assingment, Gommai^der of the 

Reserve Forces of the State of Connectibut . He , by novr, is deceased. He caine from 

IngfelheiTP, am Rhein. I am inclu.ded in t*is group, althongh I never was^ career 

soldier, becanne, I was retired as a Ist Lt. for wounds received dtTlng W II. 

Youbeat me, in ento ut-t the f orces . I immigarted on Feb. 5th 194o at 

5:3o PM, and volnnteered with tv/o friends in March 41, but was first declared 

4 F. It took me until Mav to convince tlie army, that really ]iotb * ng wa.s wro ng v/' th 

detached to guard V/ashington, D.^. After being a w\le at the infatry school at Pt. 

Be^ijning , GA (as a|de,^ont tr- tio - unit ) I s nend one sem.ester with the ASTP 

s-^ying Chinese, where Mi 1 . Int. picked me iip and senile to Camp KitcHie to 

be trained as a-i interrogator. It is there, that I received a direct ComTniss'on. 

I WBnt overreas in July 44, served with Hq. 3rd Army, the 29th Div (with w^iom I 

crosF-ed tlie German-Dutch bordor on Octl) 44 a^' d tuen was attd. to the looth I>iv., 

V7here I was wounded on Nov. 3o, 44. I returned to limited active dnty 

in May or June 45, and served wi th the "Enemy Prisoner of V/ar Information 

Bureau", an agency set u^ under the Geneva Convention. I was at Pt. Meade, W 

where I also v;-as retired. 

Before leav'ng Germa/i y I was one of the"Akt i^^njuden" du i ng the progrom in Nov. 30. 

I encloso my renort of t^iis in Germa^ . [ I also have English ad Spanish 
vers ons). I think it might interest yai . I will be intere^sted in 
your story. 

I eicp^ect djo be in the US from Mid-Auo;. to mid.Oct: c^. heisrer, Box 82^^, 
Vineland, N.J. 03360, Tel: {60^) g 691-6804 ( not afl^^r 9- M Ear-tern timej 



Best regards. 





^- HARVnr P. NCWTOIT 

Unit 2513 
|_AiX.\ AA 34020 9513 



^ni( 25 J 3 



Tel: (506) 228 10 97 
Fax: (506) 289 52 98 

May 30, 1997 

Editor 

Aufbau 

2121 Broadway 

New York, N.Y. 10023 

Dear Editor: 

As I live in Costa Rica atiido not get the "AirPbau" regualrly, I am not very 
familiär v/ith the controversy about whether Jews did or did not serve in the 
Aryi^y of tbe Third Reife. However, friends mailed ine a cl ipuing ( I do not 
know from^what issue), where Mr. Abraham H. Poxman gives an explanation of 
why this issue wars raised. I do nol^know how many oorriments you have 
received on tiiis iteirus, but while Mr. Foxman, repersents a very distiguinhed 
Organization, which I supuort, his explanation is at best misl'eading. ^ 

1. Air Marshall Erha rd Mich; His legal father and whose name he carri ed was defi- 
nitely Jewish. I remember the the wispered conversations of my parents, and other 
Jewish frineds, that Mr. Milch Sr. attended the Jewish Services, that oSring 

had said: "Wer Jude ist bestimme ich" (l decide, wli o is Jewish), and that 
Milch 's mother had been convinced or forced to sign aidkffidavit, saying 
that l'Ir. Milch, her husband was not the actual fahter of Erhard Milch, 
but an "aryan" person. The latter is confirmed in a book I have in front 
of me: "Who was \Vho in tfe^Third Reich" by Robert Vistrich, (German Edition) 
Harnack Verlag , München 1983, p. 187. 

2. Other paeple with Jewish blood. ;Vhen Hitler took power in Germany there 
were 5 - 600 000 Jews in Germany. These were persons, whose 3 or four ßrand- 
parent were born in the Jewish faith. a^d who themselves belonged to ^the 
Jewxsh faith. However, there were about 1.5 mill^ion pe )ple in OeVmany 

who had some Jewish blood in them, inc^uding some verv fanc^ aristoorats 
and sup-)osedly member of the armed forces like Gen. von Haramerstein ( I am 
unable to confirm the name here, but he was the predeeessor of von Seekt in the 
"Reichswehr"/. 

V.Tien the Nazi governemtn passed tbtdecree for obigatorv military service 

I bolieve in I^larch 35, Jews were placed in "Ersatareserve II, i'.e. those'reser- 

ves to be called only in a rreat aaergeny. Later , I do not remerber the date. 

Jews were declared "wehrunwürdig" ( i.e. they could not be blessed v/ith 

the dignity to wear the country's uniform). However, this aüplied only to those 

who had 3 or 4 Jewish grandparents, and who for one reason or other professed ' 

to belong to the Jewish faith. Polpple, who had been born ns non-Jews, but 

had two Jewish grandparents, were half-Jews under the Nazi laws, and oblip:ated 

to serve, alt ough they could never expect a promotion. People wih just one 

Jewish grand^>arent, I believe, were raore or less accepted, but had a black 

mark ap:ainst themselves. 

A historian raight have tlie precise answer. I am just a soll scientist and 
wrote about tr is subject, what I remember. //-•—-- ' 

Unii 2513 



Very sinoerely. 



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D». HARVEY P. NEWTOK 

Unit 2513 
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Costa Rica) 
May 28, 1997 



Dear Dr. Grosz: 



Your letter rcached ine only today, and althougfe I have a lot of corresnondenoe 
piled up I like to answer imFiediately, because I foimd it very interertfnp- 
to hear from you, ' 

1. I livo in Costa Rica permantently since late 1973. I also have aji internatio*^^ 
nal^address : Apt . 63-1250, Escazu, Costa Rica. Escazu is a sort of suburb 

of San Jose, CR,, the conntry's capital. To Escazu. it takes international 
postagc to tho APO addross above only doraestic US postage. 

2. I am very intrirnied, who gave you my nane and address. The name Friedman does 



not ring a bell at the moment. Per 



Jjhps 



later . 



3. I gather that there v/as a meeting of poetle, who «scaped Hitler thro-gh 
the Deans of a "Eindertransport". I know a number, who went that way, includin^ 
Dr. Werner Warmbrunn (1726 Simmonds St. , Clarement, CA 91711 Tel'- (714^ 
621-1254. P^f. Emeritus from Pitzer College, Clarement, CA. ' 

He actuäly had left Ger^ma.ny, went to Holland, ^d together with an other 
fri.end of raine, got me ray permit to oome to Holland, after the "Krista^ llnacht" 
m Nov. 38. He then got permission to return to Germany, ai^ went with 
a "KindertranFs nn-rt" +.n -fv^o n v 

^'l^ ?"" ha-'pens that my next door neirrhbor, and friend of mine since about 
19^8, IS from Prag. For many years bis mother lived with him. 

000 ;^o^-^o^'xr^'' ^'^' ^^' ^P^- 4481^1000, San Jose, CR. Tel (and fax) 1(506) 

228 18 72. His address in Prag: Dr. Stanislav Kriz, Kamenicka 22 

Praha, 17000. Tel: (From CRJ: 0042-2-858-370-470 

Fax: 778 - 057. I guess from the US it would be 011-42. I am not sure. 

Dr. Kriz, in my opinion, is orie of the world 's outstanding geologl«5t 

He found a lot of oil for Chevron once, then changed to be a Consultant, and 

consl\tited m Bolivia (where he also tra med the Geol. Service), tetr»^ JU I/qW-; ^ 

Panama, Gabor and a few other places. Under the previous CR governemti, he ' 

was CR. Consul in Prag, but thfe gover^eitt has eliminated all honorary 

positions. He got his Ph.D. from Princeton, and thanks to his eyes, never 

sa.w military Service. He arrived in the US p,s an exÄige student in 38. 'and 

got hii parents out of CJisechoslovakia after the comTnunist take-over. 

rter the communists were thrown out, he got his famlly's house back, and 
now ST^ends part of the year here, and part ir Prag. He just left, and I exnect 
him ba^k m CR by the end of 97 or Jan. 98. He is not Jewish. 
His siter,v^^o was yon^ier than he, (he is March 1919) died a few years a/ro . 
His brobher in law is Jewish, although he never macje any use of it. 
He served like you in the Czech Forces during W I , and like you was pro-)oted 
to Col. as an honor. ■ 

He is Rudi T. Fre^:muth 
405 Court Place 
Montecito , Santa Barbora, CA 93108 Tel: (805) 969-1143^ 

5. T bavo Ol,' er rrionrln^ v/ho served in tho British foroos, and nre rePTicreos 
f'ora Hilter. One is Eric Bowes (forinerly EricJh Brauer, Bres^lai)) 



9963 Soacrest Circle, Apt. 2o2, BoTTibn Beach, PL 33537-3840 

T 1 ^^''''J.^ '/'''' ^ ^^^^ ^-^^^ ^^^°^ Berlin or ^raikfurtj IIa Priory Road. 
London F,\^6 4NN. ' 

^o^L^!I%!!;''!f^ ^.''J''''^^^^.^ more detailed study of the military Service of 

;ed an 

i^t addresses 

^ .. ^ X • — "-v.*„ v^o. uix^ üniformed 

oervices (means mostly US Army) during WW II. I got about 4o replies, which 
1 turned over to the Lmxxx "Jewish V/ar Veterans of th^US". They have 
Started as far as I a- concerned very belatedly, a study of "Career Offii;e«;v" 
m tne Ub Porces. In my personal circle there are only 3, who qVlified 
under ti.is. One friend, who ended up as a füll coronel, and Uives in 
Taco-^a, WA, an ifeher, who was a LTC at the end, SfL CoiDjMa>i4er of the reserve 
forces m the State of Gönn., and myself . I qualfied under thls program as 
1 got a m I disahility retiremei t for combat wounds. I ended up as a Ist Lt. 
Ihe Leo Baeck Institute in its Yearbook^has published some studies on alljed 
forces, the Brils\ih Forces, I believe, and on the Camp RitchiP, KD crowd, 
w ho served in Ml. Intelligerice, mostly as interroagors . This includes my- 
self However, most of the letters 1 got in resDorise'of my ad, were from ' 
people, v/no h<Kd served in other branches. 

6. I was born (Oct. 20-Jin Breslau, now V/rocI. aw. Left aftor the 
Nov. 38 progrom. My re^p.rt of tV Is I enclosei I assume Ät you are 
flueut in Gern.^ If not I also have it in i^ng. and ^panish. Spent orf year in 
Holland, and iTmnn o-rated into the USft^ on Peb. 5th, 194o at 5 -30 PM 

L^''^''^^iJ^^\''l'^'' ^"^ ^^^ 41 . l^m a soll scientist by traing, but'have done 
mauy diffrent t,..ings, mostly in Latin America, ^ü for 7 years in Somalia. 
1 live alone [ exoert for a maid and her teen-age son 1 and cau off er 
guest ro onis wU.:!)a viev; of tne|capital, ban Jose, and 3 volcarios. CR caa be 

""^T'n ;^ ^i .■''^S\''''''''''^' ^''^ ^^'^' ^^^^ ^^"^^ i^ ^^^^ ^^y ^^^^^on fro:n late Nov. 

until tne#nd of April. D'irin- the rainy searoTi, one needs a good umbroslla. 

Kamcoats are\too hot. 

Let me know, if you v/ould like to come down sometimes. 

Let me also Know, if you have a/iv oifer miPstions o+-.r> 

Most likely %l11 be in the US from some day in Augru^iti 1 some day 

m Oct. I esoape before it gets cold. Cu»«a\y.^ J;u.t\i^A )^ ^ \ 

Best regards. 




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I>r. HARVET P. NEWTON 

Unit 2513 
APO. AA 34020-9513 



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San Diego, California 92128-1710 



FBbruary 15,1997 



Dear Dr. Harv/ey rvleuton; 



I sincerely hope that you do not mind if I urite 
to yüu once more in regard to my Army Service 
during Iü.üJ.2 as a German Refugee uho was drafted 
after entering the U.S. in 5 months, My stnry 
really sound like a book and of course have not 
anyone uho could help me to put it doun into right 
uords. 

Your last letter mentioned that you had turned over 
copies of the letters to the JlüV/ uho sunpose have 
Started a project to document Service during LüüJ2. 
I am a member of the J'd]\/,Post 385 ,5an Diego, but 
have not heard from the J'jJU that you had mentioned. 

Truly,my story is quite interesting,having to leave 
Germany after Dachau, for Shanghai, China and conse- 
quently entered the U.S. in 19^0 and having been 
drafteij into the U .S.Army in March of 19^1,almost 
ujithin ? months before Pearl Harbor and for the 
duration for.me. Also,I have been a participant 



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SiurrlTor Registry 

U.^* Holocaust Mut 91001 

100 RoTil Walienberg Plaoe SV 

Waaningtoa, D.C, 20024 



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Döring r^r recant Visit to ths US, I oawo aorois th( 

iasue of nufb*u* 03t. 11,1996 

In thia you havd a half-pa^a ad atking for aurrlTO] 

and rafugees to registcr with you. 

Bafore I do anythiüj^ alsc I like tc clarlfy 

a littie w at ycu v&nt to knov. , i»e. you 

wa:.t to regii.ter all Ilitlcr-rofugees, rogardlaa« 

vhcü they left Ger:ia.'?c"' (or othor oountrlt»)| 

not Just tbose, who surrivad thc war in Buropo ? 



Is the forir in the "ludTbau" oomplet«, 
all you want tc kncv, or more ? 



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Are you dnplioating or ooop'srating vith 

tbs "Amerioan Jew! »h Gathering of Holocaust 

burvlvorß" ? 

Have you h-..d this ad for leay timosbefre in the 

"Aufbau** ? 

I ask tLis, booause oy frionds, vho reooiTO t&s 

paper, did not mention it, aor do I bolioTO 

did thoy aotioo it. 

I will be glad to oooptrato vith yoti. 

If you are iatortstod in rogistring all 

Eitler refugoes, I oan si:5>ply you with a oonaidori 

list of addroasos, or if you haro form to bo filla^ 

in, you oan imil me porhapa 6o aa a baginning« 

If you hare no fr ms, I will duplioate your ad, ai 

xnail ti to xny frtedad ata. 

Are interested in thoae not liring in the USA ? 



Tou may poisibly hmw htard of tha 
**Jadi8ohet Au0ir&der«r Lh«rgut Grosa-Brt^sen* 
Mo»t of the surTlTori of thi» group, ar« 
still in oontaot vlth «aoh other« 

In ngr ovn oase^ I rsglstered some ysar^ ago 
with the ^ArneriOÄh Oathering of Je^^- sh Holooauat 
Survivora»». Also I just donated to th^ U«S. Holo^ 
aa^:st Auseum mj recDl scti^n of my stay 
in t..e Zz. Buohev&ld du ing the progrom in 
193ß« Tl^ie ajakee zne teohnloal a holooaust 
survi\-.r, acd T aun deflnitely a Eitler r^fvLget^ 
Hovevcr, J a.:' fortuants in bs^n on t» ÜS 
governe^tn payroll over 55 yeers, aad baTlng 
TeziiTi^Qö, to Geraaay 9ll an ü.^. Offioer 
on Cot. 1, 1944. ( I left on Dcc. 15,38) 

So i* wait tc hea* ir n vou. 



Mexi' sincereiy, 



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North Palm Beach , FL 33408 



August 7, 1996 



Dr. Harvey P. Newto 

Unit S513 

APO AA 34020-9513 



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Dear Dr , Newton 



Your letter mailed on May 31 was forwarded t 
Florida were I now live the year around . 



o me in 



I find your observations ver 



y interesting. Probably I 



am one of the many exceptions to the Camp Ritchie crowd 



which has so far 



not been documented 



Since you have taken the initiati 



ve to develop a data 



base of Berman/Austr ian refugees having served in the US 
Armed Forces, I would suggest that you submit this 
Information to the Leo Baeck Institute and/or the Holocaust 
Museum in Washington. Perhaps the Shoah Foundation headed by 
Stephen Spielberg, who is developing video backgrounds of 
survivors world-wide might also be interested. 

My own background proves your point. This is as 
f o 1 lows : 



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on December 11, 1938. Stayed in England including 
internment for several months, until April 1943 when 
I left for New York joining my mother who had come 
directly to the States in 1940 via Portugal. 

E. Was drafted into the Navy in October of 1943; after 
Boot Camp was assigned to the Seabees joining the 
55th Battalion as a replacement in New Guinea. Spent 
about a year on Mios Wundi, a small island off Biak 
north of New Guinea (Dutch Colony) mostly working 
on Engineering assignments in the building of a 



major Navy base. Due to a major illness 



was shipped 



back to the States by about January 1 , 1945 and 
discharged as Sl/c shortly after V~E Day 

As you can see the Armed Services did not take 
advantage of my bi-lingual background plus top education in 
Austria and some Engineering training in England. However I 
found being in the Navy a great experience and it hastened 



my American assimilati 
environment • 



n in an essentially none-jewish 



In all my travels since then I have met anyone of 
Jewish Austr ian/German background who was^ in the Navy or for 
that matter in the Seabees. I certainly proves your point. 

I was in Costa Rica about two years ago and greatly 
enjoyed the trip seeing a good part the country with 
Eldertracks, a Canadian Organization Sponsoring Walking and 
wildlife tours. I am sorry I did not know of you at that 
t ime. 



Please let me know if I can be of any assistance to 



you 




P.S. After September 15 I will be at a new address, ^01 E. 
Linton Blvd., Apt. 228, Delray Beach, FL 33483 




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National Commander 
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June 16, 1997 



Dr. Harvey P. Newton, Post 100 
Unit 25 13 
APOAA 34020 

Dear Mr. Newton: 

Welcome back to JWV! We are pleased that you have renewed your membership in the oldest active 
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benefits which you can share. 

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STHAmV P. NEWTON 

Unit 2513 

APO. AA 34020 



n . "'f^^^*! ? ^"PP^"^ legislation to allow Medicare to reimburse the Department of 
Defense (DoD) for care provided to Medicare-eligible military beneficiaries in military 
treatment facilities (MTFs), a concept called "Medicare Subvention". 

Military retirees and their families are entitled to medical treatment in MTFs on a 
Space availablebasis. However, this is an unfulfilled commitment because budget cuts 
have forced military Hospital Commanders to deny health care to retirees 65 and older 
Older retirees, who fought in World War II, Korea and Vietnam, are especially hard hit. 

To Compound the problem, Medicare-eligible retirees and their spouses are being 
locked out of Tricare Prime (DoD's HMO-like plan). Thafs because DoD's approprfated 
do ars, which go for CHAMPUS and MTF Operations, are diminishing. DoD asserts it 
will have virtually no "space available" care for older retirees, since current law doesn't 
allow Medicare to reimburse DoD for care it provides to retirees over 65. DoD actuallv 
can treat older retirees for less than Medicare would pay civilian providers, but says it 
can t afford to enroll Medicare-eligible retirees in the Tricare program unless Congress 
changes the law to allow reimbursement from Medicare (Subvention). Without vonr heln 
in enaciing Subvention, older military retirees will be limited to using Medicare in the '" 
civilian Community at higher cost to everyone - Medicare, taxpayers and beneficiaries. 

Older retirees have eamed military health care through decades of arduous and 
selfless Service to this great country. I need your help on this important issue, and I look 
rorward to your reply. 

Sincerely, 



iJt 



Thomas Hailwig 
Ringstraße 24 
12205 Berlin 
Tel. 030/833.2036 



Herrn 

Harvey P. Newton 

Soil Soienlisl-Agronomisl 
Apt. 63-1250 
ßscazu 
COSTA RICA 



Berlin, den 20.12.1996 



Sehr geehrter Herr Newton, 

über Ihre Zuschrift habe ich mich sehr gefreut. 

Herzlichen Dank auch für die Mühe, die Sie sich mit der Nennung von Namen 
und Adressen gemacht haben. Ich plane einen Dokumentarfilm über die 
Ceschichte Schlesiens in diesem Jahrhundert. Deutsch-jüdische, christlich- 
deutsche und christlich-polnische Familien sollen ihr Schicksal vorder »^-„orj, 
erzählen. Auch möchte ich zeigen, wie sie heule leben. Deshalb hätte ich einige 
Fragen und b.tte Sie höflichst, diese schriftlich zu beantworten. Haben Sie keine 
Scheu enien langen Brief zu schreiben. Je länger und ausführlicher desto besser. 

Erzählen Sie mir bitte Einzelheiten Ihres Lebens vor dem Krieg in Breslau 
- Kmdheit, Jugend, Schule (jüdisch oder nicht-jüdisch?)-spezielle 
Kindherts- und Jugenderlebnisse-christüche und/oder jüdische Freunde? 
Das Verhalten von christlichen Schülern ihnen gegenüber-der erste Anti- 
Semitismus-VVie äul?erte sich dieser? 

Was war Breslau eigentlich für eine Stadt? 

(Klein-/großstädtisch, spielSig, eng, muffig, offen, liberal, tolerant ...) 

Wo kommen Ihre Eltern/ Großeltern her? (Beruf, religiös oder nicht, oder 
nur die Emhaltung der hohen Feiertage-Erinnerungen an die Synagoge 
judische Erziehung oder nicht?) y b b^, 



Wie fühlten Sie sich damals - als Deutscher, Schlesier, Preu(?e lüde ? 
Bitte begründenSiedas. Was ist/ war Ihre Heimat? 



VVciiMi sind Sie eiiii^ricrl und wohin? Bille die äußeren UnisUinde 
schildern und die Überlegungen, die Sie damals mit Ihren HItern angestellt 
haben. 

Die Geschichte Ihrer Emigration (Neuanfang im neuen Land, 
Sprachprobleme, Aufbau einer neuen ILxistenz ...) 

Der erste Kontakt mit Deutschland nach dem Krieg (möglicherweise 
Besuch). 

Ihr heutiges Verhältnis zu Deutschland, zu den Deutschen und zu der 
Geschichte. (Kann man überhaupt vergessen oder vergeben? Ist der 
Holocaust eine Barriere in Kontakt mit Deutschen zu treten? 

Zui^mer Person: 

ich bin 55 Jahre alt und wurde in Mecklenburg als Sohn eines Schauspielerpaares 
geboren. Mein Vater (heute tot) war kein Nazi, meine Mutter auch nicht (sie ist 
79 Jahre alt und lebt in Köln) sie hatte Kontakte zu Juden während der Nazizeit. 
Ich habe einige Filme über die deutsch-jüdische Emigration für das Deutsche 
Fernsehen gemacht, u.a. einen Film über Else Lasker-Schüler, das Warenhaus 
Leonhard Tietz in Köln und eine israelische Familie in Essen etc. Außerdem 
habe ich ein Buch produziert mit dem Titel "Die verheißene Stadt - Deutsch- 
jüdische Emigranten in New York." 

Es wäre sehr nett und freundlich von Ihnen, wenn Sie mir wieder schreiben 
würden, damit ich weiter planen kann. 

Haben Sie herzlichen und lieben Dank für Ihr Interesse und für Ihre Mühe. 



Mit freundlichen Grüßen 

TL \^^^^^ \ 



1 HARVEY P. NEWTOnTpiT 
i Soll Solentist.Agronomlst ' 

Apt. 63-1250 

-^==:^^lSS1'^^ RICA 

Deomber 16, 1996 
Dear Terry: 

Thank .you for yoixr Xmas oard and letter. Su?ianna seems to be more or less baok 
to normal, i.e. sort of lire sß was before sb went to tfi U.K. or you oame. 
Sinoe she oarae back, I have s pent a fortune in phone oalis, trying to supoort 
her. Now it seems we are baok to th e once a week call. While you were in Washing- 
ton she a.otully had stonped oalling me. She was terib^y upset about you, and 
also that she was closely searched by the U.S. Customs. I guess steÄseeined 
Suspicious to T^bm, with her Af rioanbackgro-nd , not having a very good Job, 
and having made more tkan one trip to the U.K. 

The whole situat^ion is a mystery to rae, esp. in view of your letter and 
phone call. So far I have not raentined your letter, but I may sou© cLa-y» 
I asked her: "Why dld you leave (the U.K.)." She says : "He told me to leave". 
Furtherniore ker c jraments are, that " I have been used". 
Furthermore she made comments like: "all I have to shw for my trip are 
some photos a.'id nostcards". He left in the morning, anrl went to buy books or 
similar . She seems to thinl<lyou buy a lot of books, but will not spend money 
ot!\erwise, i.e. sTb feels sVe Gooked"gorment meals", but y^ever was taken out. 
I repeat al\i t is for you, so you can get an idea,but plea^e never 
teil her I>töld y^u these com^reAs. 

^o as I said above, I do not underst«\.nd what wenüwrong between the 

two of you,^TS she feels you no longer loved her, and you teil me dfferent, 

JDh-3 ö\f> «K*^yt^e d her ohone nunber, wen s^e oa.^ne b^o-, and h^s ohanged it again. 

ijio not know, if ^e got letters froinlyo , andkf so, I believe sM Befuses to 

read tthem. ' 

So I do not know, w!iat I can do. As you teil me, you stllwould like to 

marry her, I woiild love to helrWouand get tl^is problem solved, but I do 

not See how I canLdo anything, beoause, if I start pusing her, i,e. , 

talk to her, tla.i|ma:^be stie should talk to you etc. sfe raayget the idea, tat 

I at« agaTnst her,, 

The rept of yo ijt letter: Ikm not exaotlv studying the Nazi period. I am always 

very interef ted in it,being a Hitler refu/ree. 1 have written up my experienoes 

in the Buchenwald conoentrati on camp during the progrom in Nov. 1938 

I have gotten s ome compliments for my style, i.e."a very faotual report'J but 

have been critized for it being"too German.' After I get my Xmac cards out, 

I intend to mall you also a copy, as I now If^ave it in ^erman. Engl, and 

Spanish. 

Interesting wiiat you write about thibs bo,ok about the Freikorps. I wlSL try to 

get it.'' Hitlers wil| ing execi^tioners I saw while in the US now, but did not 

get very far in readlng it. I have heard two disoussions ( I get it on tapej , . 

in*^Newsweek" magazina. My frir^d Dr. Werner Agnress, who is Prof . Emeritus CV^^^"^) 

of the State Univ. of N.Y. and :s from Berlin, and lives fthere agaii, tr.inks 

it is a very bad book, and I tend to agree withhim, w&thout having really 

read it. It seems very strongly a detailed h^istory of some of the units kill ing 

poeple in the East. Howevt r to say that all Germans were happily kil^ling 

is a great oversimplif icat ion. I kjnow of many decent Germaa, who ^elped ^o 

vote Hitler inbo power, and then were apflaled at what happend, 1 know 

others , who were in almost open op^sosition to him, and wen the war came 

they volunteered to fight for Germany, and of course Eitler. And so oon. 

üo I do not know, if tliis letter is of a y help to you. 
All the best for Xmas and 1997, . 

IL 



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Unit ?r^l3 
APO. A.A 3';a20-9S 




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Tel: 1(506) 228 10 97 
Faz: 1(506; 289 5? 98 or 

228 63 81 

Dear friends: 

There is not miich to reporb about me ' f or 1996. I started the jear bodly by 

landin.fT in the hospital on Jan. 2, and rerfi'ini-/T there fcr almos b three v/eeks, 

I had one of ray arberies clogged iip^ whioh was opened for me again. In spite 

of advice of my medioal friends, and to the horror of some of my friends elsewhere, 

I deoided to stay in Costa Rica, and had the "Ängioplasni" done here. I think 

they did an extremely good job, and I feel yoimger and more energetio since 

then, The first days in the hoopital were not very pleasant^ but onoe I was 

in the ooronary ward, I had exoellent oare and all the coniforts of a private 

room. 

The main event for rae this year, was the get-together with some old friends, 
most of them from our Gross-Breesen group, and some others, on the New Jersey 
shore on Cot. 4 - 6, organized by my dear friends Eva Neisser, Vineland, N,J, 
and George Landeoker, Barneveld, N.T. We were 36 people this year. Inge 
Rosenthal oame all the way from Rclandia, Parana , Brazil and Col.(rt.) Isi • 
Kirshrot from Taooma, WA. Both were in the hospital last year^ but are very 
well again. Also my friend Dr, Rifat Barokas, originally from Istambul (otherwise 
from Reston, VA) could oome. I>ast year he flew off to Cairo one day before the 
event. - IVhen we celebrated my 75th birthday last year in this fashi6n*'eeveral 
people thought it would be a good idea to repeat the meeting every year, while 
we are still in shape to travel. So hopefully we will manage some more meetings. 

Costa Rica also started the year badly, in that a German tourist and a Swiss 
born tourist guide were kidnaped, and it took 71 days to get the two women 
releasei^, Aijl event, which hurt the tourist trade here badly. JBxoept for such : ' i > 
problems;^-is still nioe, althougli most roads consist only of holes neit to eaeh 
other, As the dry season just started some are being repaired. 

I wish all of you a very nice holiday season, and a healthy, happy 1997. 
Sinoerely, 

Harvey, Hermann, Prinz (take your choice) l 

P.S. l) Sorry, if I repeat myself to some of you: My report on my "visit" to 
the Buchenwald conoentration camp in 1938 is now available in German, English, and 
Spanish. I request of all of you, who are interested to get it, to teil me so. 
Also I request that those, who got it previously confirm the arrival to me. I 
Wailed about 100 oopies of the German Version in June 1995, and I established 
definitely, that a fair nuraber I sent to tfe USA and Europe, did'not arrive. 

2) Those of you, who are refugees from Nazisn, regardlsss, when you left Germany 
or Austria, please fill in the enolosed form to cooperate with the "survivors 
Registry" of the U.S. Holocaust I-iuseum in Washington, D. C . i believe this ia a 
historic effort long overdue. If you do so, please make additional Xerox copies 
and fill them in for friends, deoeased parents etc. to make the registry as 
comulete as can be. 



Leo Baeck 
Institute 

4 Devonshire Street 
London WIN 2BH 
tel 71-580 3493 

Chairman 

Prof Werner E. Mosse 

Hon Treasurer 
Dr Hans Feld 

Executive Council 
Prof Esra Bennathan 
Prof Julius Carlebach 
Prof John Grenville 
Prof Peter Pulzer 
Dr David Sorkin 

Director 

Dr Arnold Paucker 



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^OlL SCIKNTIST 
APAKTaDO 7-3270 
SAN JOSE, COSTA RlC^ 

Deceabor 11, 1977 



Oeneral Hoshe Dayaa 

Poroiaa »Unioter 
Stato q£ Israel 

Doar aiaifiter Dayaat 

Percietent recent reporte ( in the daily oapere 
in San Jose, in th© ü#S# i^ewe & World Report, tno Ciirictlaa 
Science i4onitor) indicate tixat Israel coatinuee to ,^ive aiiitary 
asßisteace to Ethiopia mgaiast Soaaiia, dieturb a© greatly. Presuaab- 
ly tnie aid is (jiven ao hero a noa-Arab otate ie actliroly fl^iag 
a aeaber of the Arab Lea^ue» So Israel not only is aiigning Itself 
in ti.is Gase witb Russia, but ie also fighting a ^rexy valid ciain 
the Somalia bav© to the Ogaden ( Adaittin^^ly ti.is claia is 
queotio^^able ae far as tue citiee ol* Karrar and Diredawa are 
ooncorned as at leaet today» they aro largejly inhabitod by Etiiiopians» 
I do not know Jibjiga.) The Ogaden couatry-sid© is ©ntireiy po ulated 
oy Soaai.i8, w:-o coasider Ethiopia just an other coloniai power! 
However. my inain poiat in vriting t.';is letter is not t;.at' tue Soaalie 
liave ri^ht on tlioir side, but tüat I beiieve it ie to the disadvaata^-e 
or Israel i.; ta© lo i^- rua to aaintain fr^endly relations witb 
a sovern^aent ae repulsive as täe preeeat Ethiopian r©G'iae» Whiie the 
Soiaaii axlitary ßovorn.e.at bas jo^ned tue Arab Lea^uo in receut yearo. 
unfortunately bou^üt liic© soae other üiacic Afrioan govera^ents with 
Arab üioney, there i^ae always heen a e^reat adairatioa and res ect 
lor Israel uuder the Sooali people» especially aaon^ the aeubere of 
the Hawy« and sojie o£ the ainor tribee. Whea l wac in Somalia aa y 
young people expressed the hope to ae, that soia© way could be found 
that they could study in Israel, aad I actualiy carriAii mit «^-i« 
ne^otiatxjns wita the loraeii Eobassy in ilairobi in t&is res'^ect. 
Beforo outbreak of the 1S67 war, ©yiapatüy with ••littke Israel •• was 
exi^resr.ed by aany Soaalis* Truo tne ^ovornaent then accepted the 
reoistratioa of volunteers to fi^ht oa the Ar^b sidetHowever, th© 
govoraue.t was vory careful at that tiiae to ask oeraj.»ion fron 
Ethiopia to overfly its tsrritory, knowi.tj quite^ell that iäiey 
would either ßet a negative aaswor.or aone at all* Many Soaaiis 
have poiute. out to ae, that on soa© üH votee in resTSDt to Somali 
inde endence Israel votou for Soaa-ia, wLiile the Arao etates voted 
a^aiast xt. Also I havo heen told that Israel was invitod for the 
Soaali independence in i960, but under Arab pressure tue invitation 
was canceliod. I do aot know, whet^.er it ie known in Israel, that 
tne reouxts of the 1967 referendua in Djibouti caused spontaaoous 
aati^Arao deaonstrations in Hcoadiscio, as soae Arab diotricts had 
voted ior continii»d ties With Francs, While I wae in Somalia {lj60 - 
67) at least two Israeli citiseue wor.:ed and iived ti ere a.d wers 
aot ex, osed to an^ hostility* 



Tru« a lot hae ohangad einoe I Xeft tbore» Hor^rer» the 
eituQtion ia ohaaging agaln» and Sooalia*6 tiee certäaly are 
better vlth Bgypt aad ti:^e more oioderate Arab etateSf tlian vitb 
the **80-called oonfroatatlon atatee*« 

Ae a foraer Geraan Jew» aad an Aaerioan oiticen today you vill 
not doubt that ay eympatliies are alvaya vitb Israel, althougli I 
never vaa taere for long« Aa tiie Aaerioan^ vuo probat^ apent more 
tiiae in Somalia than any other» and having tiiree adopted daughters 
froa tliat country» I bave great syapati^iea for Somalia too* 

I am convinced that further eupport of Ethiopia at tLic time ia 
neitlier Just nor in tbe beat intareata of larael« 



Very rea^^ectfully yourst 

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oct Anbaa&ador Janan Olaay» San Joae^ Coeta RiCi 



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JFRLSALFM 




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Jerusalem, 2 January 1978 



Den r Dr. Newton, 

Your letter to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of 11 December 
1977 has been referred to me for reply. 

The Position taken by Somalia slnce its independence towards 
Israel lias been and remains hostile. Somalia was admitted to the United 
Nations thanks to Israelis favourable vote, but this did not induce the Somalian 
Government to show any sigh of gratitude. Somalia has foUowed the Line taken 
by the Arab League and remains up to now anti-Israeli. If there was any 
different thought iniSomalia, it dit not reflect in the regime's attitude. 

Since the break of diplomatic relations on the part of the reginie 
of Emperor Hailie Siellasse Israel has no relations with Ethiopia or its 
present regime. There is certainly no support from Israel to Ethiopia, and 
any news diffused on such support are without foundation. 



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Soll Scientist 
Apartado 7-3270 
San Jose, Costa Rica 



c. c. Ambassador Hanan Olami, Costa Rica 



Slncerely yoürs, 



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Emmanuel Galbar 

Director, 

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^ Thank you foi' youi* lettei' 
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which I am acknowledging right away because 
Spent this week-end from Sat. 7 am to 11:30 pm 



o 4^ available: a nice woven table cloth from Guatemala, a small vase 
2co-p^'^ ash tray or candy dish, almost anything that will look nice. 
^2 5(^'S?7*I^ you buy something woven, hei" dining i^oom has bi^own/orange colors, 
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^^^ -..and hei' couch is also brown/white. Her bedroom colors are blue/green, 
"^w^'^oü^^^ there is also a round table in that room. The dining room table is 
^•^ua5 ^ (u^'ound, but the coffee table long and narrow. Perhaps you know something 
% -H-ücthat Brazil is good for - perhaps even a grinder for coffee beans, as 

C0a)CD!^a)O.._ .. 3 j 1 _•_ n _-, , 3 4.1 j- ^-. , — 4J ^^, ^ ^ 4-v,^ T^4-^ *. ,,_ V -~^, - . 

ü ü ;_« ' -H ' ^^ UütJU UU liciVö ±ii ortiiniclii;' ctItU UliclU X Ca UUHüJ-Uei cu Uiic U-öOCöU vC;fc:,Ue ii^L c, 

^^^^J--pHal is a coffee aficionado. I would think that anything native would 
^c^^+^o^be nice, regardless whether it is of cloth, wood, tin, silver, or 
"^ u't^ Swhatever. 

^ c w >-,.H At this time, you are the absolutely ONLY invitee who can't make it, 
o^^^^and all the people we thouf^ht would NOT come - like cousin Inge with 

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E^all decided to make it, Wollgang is gettmg more perturDea Dy the seci 
•H^o^^ you know, he hates family, both mine and his, and I just hope that 
M^and Susie, Marianne and Louis will cheer him up, Have a good trip, 



Phoenix, den 27. 7. 1995 

Hello Harvey, »^ 

Ich wollte ja schon langst geschrieben haben, aber wie immer ist es bei dem 
Vorsatz geblieben. Ich hoffe, Sie erinnern sich noch - Carla »s Freundin - 
und wir verbrachten einige sehr nette und interessante Stunden mit Ihnen in 
Ihrem schoenen Haus in San Jose. Lege auch ein Bild bei was sehr gut 
geworden ist, damit Sie sich auch besser erinnern können. 

Es sind ja schon wieder fast 4 Monate vergangen seit wir in Cos|:a Rica waren 
und es wird nicht mehr lange dauern, und ich werde auf .meinen nächsten Urlaub 
gehen, denn am 17 . 9. fliege ich ab nach Deutschland für 3 Wochen, meinen 
Sohn, Verwandte und Freunde zu besuchen. 3 Wochen ist ja nicht sehr lange 
aber alles was ich im Moment machen kann wo ich arbeite und muss froh sein, 
dass sie mir das noch geben. Wie ich Ihnen ja vielleicht sagte, mein Sohn 
ist seit Anfang März drüben und arbeitet für eine amerikanische Firma, doch 
stellen Sie sich vor, ist die mittlerweile verkauft worden an eine andere 
amerikanische Firma. Nun hängt er naturlich i^n der Luft und weiss noch nicht 
ob er dort bleiben kann was er ja gerne tun wurde. Er meinte für 2,^- 5 Jahre 
wurde er gerne in Europa arbeiten was ich auch gut fände, denn er konnte ja 
wohl allerhand lernen. Ja, so weiss man heute nie wo man morgen ist, keine 
sehr gute Zeit mehr und ich bin recht froh, dass ich keine 2 7 Jahre mehr bin. 

Ich habe Verwandte in Berlin und Strausberg sowie auch in Darmstadt und 
Freunde in Regensburg und Wien. Mal sehen, was ich machen kann. Nach Berlin 
will ich/auf jeden Fall da ich dann mit meinem Cousin in die alte Heimat 
fahren mochte, nahe bei Kustrin, jetzt polnisch. Wollte ja meinem Sohn auch 
zeigen wo meine roots sind, nun weiss ich aber nicht ob das möglich sein 
wird. 

Harvey, ich habe auch Ihren Bericht gelesen von der Kristallnacht und 

Buchenwald und bin ja nur froh, dass Sie so gut weggekommen sind. Das waren 

schlimme Zeiten, oder der Anfang von schlimmen Zeiten unter denen sehr viele 

Leute gelitten haben. Es ist gut sowas zu lesen, denn ich war ja noch zu 

klein und wusste nicht was vor sich ging. überhaupt haben wir ja auf dem 
Lande gelebt, mein Vater war FÖrster, weit weg von allem. 

Ich fand es wunderbar, dass Sie die Tatsachen so berichten konnten ohne jeden 
Hass, zumindest habe ich keine HassgefÄhle bemerkt in Ihrem Bericht. Hass 
hat keinen praktischen Wert und zerstört nur die Leute die ihn empfinden. 
Ich selber habe auch keinen Hass gegen die Russen, und muss sagen, finde die 
polnische Familie, die jetzt in der Wohnung meiner Grosseltern lebt und wo 
ich wsihrend der Schulzeit die Woche über war, sehr nett. Als ich zum 
erstenmal vor 4 Jahren dort war, wusste ich nicht ganz was ich empfinden 
wurde, aber ich muss sagen, sowie ich in die Wohnung trat und sie sah, mochte 
ich sie sofort leiden. Wir schreiben uns seitdem, habe sie wieder besucht 
und will in diesem Jahr auch wiederv^ Mache auch gerade ein Paket fertig mit 
Kleidung, denn diese Leute haben nicht viel. 

Meinen Eltern hat der Krieg alles gekostet was sie auf Erden hat|:en, Hab und 
Gut und Heimat verloren, mein Vater war Gefangener in Russland für 2 Jahre 
und wurde mit dem 2. Transport zurück geschickt in 1945. nachdem der Krieg zu 
Ende war, denn er wog nur 87 Pfund. Wir selber sind Flüchtlinge, haben sehr 
viel mitgemacht und dass ich noch lebe vejrdanke ich nur einer russischen 
Doktorin, die meiner Mutter sagte, sie brauchte sich keine Hoffnung mehr 
machen, mir aber doch irgendeine Spritze gab, wahrscheinlich penicillin, die 



mir am Ende dann doch half. Ja, nun lebe ich schon seit 1957 in 
"Feindesland" ha, deshalb kann ich ja auch keinen hassen, denn ansonsten 
musste man ja die qanze Welt hassen, geht ja garnicht. Ich kann aber wir lieh 
diesen Krieg im früheren Yugoslavien nicht verstehen. Mein Gott, haben diese 
Leute denn nicht genug gelitten? Das ist doch ein richtiger Bruderkrieg, 
denn die Familien sind ja doch alle nicht mehr "reinl^ssig" . Ich will das 
schon garnicht mehr am T.V. sehen und darüber lesen. 

Genug davon. Wir haber^ jetzt unseren richtig typischen Sommer mit VkT. Grad 
und also nicht die schönste Zeit des Jahres. Gehe jeden Abend nach 9 Uhr 
schwimmen in unserem Community pool und da ist das Wasser zu warm. Daher war 
ich recht froh, als ich über 4. of July für 4 Tage nach San Fancisco fliegen 
konnte un^ dort alle Freunde besuchen die ich lange nicht mehr gesehen hatte 
und das kuhlere Wetter geniessen. öie Sonne schien, aber.es war halt nicht 
heiss und San Francisco ist nun mal eine der schönsten Städte der Welt. 

Harvey, soviel ich mich erinnere wollten Sie doch auch in die Staaten kommen 
irgendwann im September oder Oktober. Wurde mich freuen wenn Ihre Strasse 
auch nach Phoenix/Scottsdale führen sollte zu der Zeit wo ich hier bin. 
Lassen Sie mich wissen, ob die MSglichkeit besteht nach hier zu kommen. 

Hoffentlich kommt der Brief an, denn der an Erika ist nicht angekommen aber 
ich glaube Cecilia hat ihn bekommen mit Bildern. Hoffentlich ist die 
Anschrift auf Ihrem Brief genug, denn ansonsten habe ich ja keine andere. 



Damit schliesse ich nun für heute, denn meine lunch hour ist vorbei hier im 
Büro und ich muss mich wieder an die Arbeit machen. Hoffe es geht Ihnen gut 
und dass ich mal von Ihnen höre. 






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Please forgive me for not answering your very kind letter dated July 12,1997. Due to me 
absence for a trip to Detroit ,Chicago and the Northwoods of Wisconsin and immediately 
thereafter to Europe and to catch up with the mail and to continue my duties as a volunteer 
with various institutions and now to catch up with my social obligations I was just not able to 
get around answering some of the letters that had accumulated on my desk. 
Thank you ever so much for wrting to me and also for the enclosed Biography of Mr. Fried- 
man as well as " The Erinnerungen an das K.Z.Buchenwald'which was highly interesting to 
me and much of it teils my own story. 

Unfortunately, I have never received anything about the Holocaust from the VFW, although 
I am a life member and frankly I believe that they dod not have any interest for my story. 
Well,at any rate,in the meantime I was interviewed and videoed by the Steven Spielberg 
Foundation which took over 2 Vz hours and already received a copy of the tape.To refresh my 
memory I ordered from a local bookstore a copy of "Japanese,Nazis &Jews,but found that he 
wrote to much of other stories and not all of it of Shanghai,but did get some of if for my inter- 
view I had with the Spielberg Foundation. 

Now,not to bore you with much of my own story,! thought to give you a "short"description of 
it. 

I was bom in April of 1914,shortly before the outbreak of W.Wl,and although was only 4or 5 
years old I do remember some of it.At any rate, I gratuated from Grammer school,Middle 
school,Real school and Oberreal school and took French and English private lessons 
Believe me, about in 1936 I was called upon to appear for the German Draft and after a 
physical examination my application was stamped with a large "J" on it and that was it. 
I witnessed the evolution of the Nazi Party ever since the middle of the 1920s and like most 
everyone did not think it to be very serious,until I became aware when they bumed the Main 
Synagogue where I became Bar Mitzwah on November 9* and was taken to Dachau the day 
after. Previously I had purchased a ticket for New York at the time when I applied for a visa 
with the Consulate in Stuttgart,but upon retum was instructed that my quota number would not 
be taken into consideration for the next 4 years. However,the fact that I still had the New York 
Steamship toicket to sail by the end of 1938,they released me about the middle of December to 
leave Germany within 10 days. Upon applying for a German Passport a person in line asked 
me where I was going and when I shrugged my sholulder he told me that he and his family 
where going to Shanghai,China,which was a godsend to me because after exchanging my New 
York ticket I immediately bought one with a Italien Shipping line that left from Genua,Italy 
which was on the 9''' day after my release from Dachau. Needless to ,mention my stay in 
Shanghai,because my books have been written,but I was able to get a Job with Sassoon , due to 
the fact that I knew English well enough to become the Manager of the Real Estate Dept. 
After 2 years in Shanghai I was able to receive a visa and on Sept.2,1940 sailed to San 
Francisco and ultimately to New York and thereafter to Detroit. In March of 1941,after 6 
months of my arrival in the U.S. I was drafted into the military and after some training and 
schooling was shipped overseaes to England where eventually participated at the hivasion at 
Omaha Beach and took part of every battle throughout France,Belgian and Germany, One of 
them was the battle of StLo,the liberation of Paris,battle of the bulge,and crossing the Rhine at 
Remagen before the bridge was bombed and feil into the river. There were many other instan- 
ces that I could mention but for gigving you my story in a ;Nuttshell;so to say. 
I was used as a interpreter during some,but mostly after the war and by wars end had been in 
Service for almost 5 years,so when I was asked to participate at the Nuemberg Trial doind 
translations of German Documents into English and the fact that this was volunteerely,I 
decided not to do so and eventually was discharched at the end of 1945. 
I am now almost 84 years of age,but fortunately still very active with Community Service Also /\ 



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15. Mai 1995 

Fax: (506; 228 52 98 oder 

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Lieber Herr va^: Rahcen : 

Es liegt mir schon lan^e auf der Seel, dass ich Ihren 15rief vom 2"'. Okt. bisher nicht 
beantwortet habe, besonders da sie ja sicher Ihre Arbeit fristbedingt machen 
Als Ihr brief vom Okt. 27 ankam war ich nicht sehr in Schuss, und musste mich sehr 
ausruhen bis im Januaar. Vor einem ^bnat wurde mein Herz wieder gans gesund gefunden.] 
Ich bin aber auch gerade dabei, den früher erwähnten Bericht zu verschicken, und 
hatte in den letzten 2 Wochen andere Problem , da man mir Hein Auto mit gewalt 
gestohlen hatte. CR ist e'n sehr schönes Land, aber leider hat die personloihe 
Sicherheit, die früher tadellos war sehr gelitten. Allerdings, als ich bei der 
Polizei ankani um formell den Verlust anzumenldne hatten sie meinAuto bereits. 
Ich brauchte aber 2 Woche n bis man es mir zurück gab, und ich es zuth Teh'nker für 
einige Reperaturen nehmen konnte. CR ist besser als andere Lander in Latin Amerika, 
aber der Amtssoiimmel ist trotzdem reichlich gross (Red Tape in Engl.) 
Ich habe im i^lomnet keine festen Keiseplane, aher werde wohl spater dieses Jahr wie- 
der in den USA sein. Wann weiss ich noch n'crit. 
Zu Ihrem Brief: 

Ihre Frage über meine JJ^azi Lehrer übe rrasoht ich in gewissen Sinne. Ich glaube 
sie wissen wie kompliziert die Frage ist, wer ein Nazi war und wer nicht. Die^ 
US Army hatte am Ende des Krieges verschiedene Arrestkategorien. Jedoch eben in 
diesen durfte es Leute gegeben haben, die anstondige Menschen waren, wahrend 
manche aus versc: iedenen Gründen niemals formell in der Partei oder b.A.s , SS, 
waren, und trot-dem Schweine waren. Deshalb konnteich mich nicht zu sehr aufregen, dass| 

toorrnn "R+c^hiir- "hp«?iin"hen Wollte, denn ich weiss nicht welche SS manner dort begraben 
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Fo rt 3 et z mg auf grosserem Panier. 

welohe SS Manner dort begraben wa ren. Jedoo; e so weit ioh weiss s nd wohl viele 

der gewohlnliohe^^ Waffen SS Mitgfieder ahnlioh eingezo,c:en worden , wie Mt.~^lieder 

der Wahrmaoht., loh galuhe jedenfalls. ^om^'^^ s«.Vv^,^^ , 

Nun^lierr Xirste war v.e'n Klase uKaWe^alle 4 Ja-re die io-. zur Gauf':i8o ule, C^7"^v 

(StaJt. Vol sso.-ule Nr. '^oj ging. Er war 'mm r ser.r nett zu Vir. 2r wohnte weter 

als io'i von der 3o hule , hatte aber fast de; sel'-^ n Weg, so dass io viele 

ta -e ^nit ihm von der Sohule m^irs? hierte u::d wir uns unter hielte^c, d.h. ioh .Teistens 

urzahlige Fra.^^en atte, da ioh in diesem Later annAhin,daß?. m- ine Lehrer alles wussten. 

Als io:. id Jahre 29 ( loh war von 27 bis 31 dort) im Krar^^enhan« war, kam are 

am N aohmittag mio:;: besuoien. Mein Vater wollte mir wat hesomieres tun, da ioh 

im Kranken aus war uid hatte eine .onserve Kaviar gekauft. Damals soineo-rbe r:ir 

aber so etwa; inoht, "nd Herr ivirste war p;erade da, und bekam den Kaviar, 

Ei la!! tr.'fen wir und, d.h. ioh mit me'nen 2l^e^n, und e r mit se'ner Prau 

vor den Sohloss in Sjbellendorf ( das dem ei-Konig von Saohsen gehörte; 

Da war ai 'eae-nes freund! *oe ?e/?russunß^ und vorstellen. So was icn sa ^en will 

er war zweifellos kein ant'-ser^-it. Jedooh bis zur Maothubernahme war er imner 

in der .Hei luig als Hilf r lehrer oder ahnlioh, dh.h • nioht r'ohti^ fest angestellt. 

So ioh nehme a :, das er wie vi le andere eirlge der Versoreohen und gatrioti- 

s so en Parolen der lYSDAP glaubte und Mitglied wurde. So als die Mao" t über name 

kam wurrle Herr Gram tte der der Staatspartei (fruehr Dtsoh Demokartisone Partei j axgs. 

ange. orte herauo^^osetat, und wohl der Nao:-ste zur Verfügung ste ende Pg. an 8e*:.er 

ij teile ernarmt. 

Dr. Fiedler ara Realgymnasi-:jm am Zwigiier, der Studienrat war, war i.imer völlig 

Korrekt mit mir. rar?e naoix der i-jaor.t übe nähme kämm er mit dem Parte 'abzeioiien zur 

Sohule« Wie lange er sohon ^^litglied war weiss io:: nio ,t. Jsderifills war er mit 

mir iTjier korrekt, so lange ioh am Zwinger war (31 -34 j loh ne':rie an das er 

pers .nlioh ^eiu ant -se it war. 



So was io. sagefi wollte ist wie sohon obe^, dass v' el Leute, die Hitler in 

die Ilaoht jewa>ilt hatten usw. s ater nioht so "begeister waren, und andere die 

meinten, dass sie Xom-'unisten ider SPD --.eute waren ^ ol tozlioh i; ren 

ra. rah PtriotiSir:us enddeo-'teni ujid oft uar^h dann , da- der Fr )Qaganda anti- 

semiten wurden. Wie Sie in meinem Bericht, der Beiliegt se.-en können, 

der ij.A. Ida.ji, der abkommandiert wurde rjn uns in Gross Breesen über die N:'Oht 

au bewno 'en. war wn.tend was er in Breslau ma Q/lo Nov. »^eshen hatte. Er sasrte zu 

uns, den Verhüteten " Ihr solltet mal se. en wie sie in Breslau gehaust ha" en. 

Dort aben sie die Synagoge in Brand gesteokt" H '^Man kann a- ol- verrunftiT 

Anti-se.üit sein" 

Naoh du r ^iaohtubernah'^e war kaum jemand in richtiger Opposition sihtbar. Jedooh TLSLn 

konnte es oft fühlen wie am Zwiger, z.Bscl. unser Ze'rehlarier mit einem g^ten 

olnieo en Kac narcen v/ie Barzewski oder ahnlioh hatten Je- anden, der wahrend allen 
Klasen uns vorliess us e:nera Buoh •'Mein Weg zu Hitler" Verfasser weis io:. 
n'oht mehr. Auf deranderen Seite Mein Fra'z6sisch Lehrer kam am Morcjen 
mit eri oberer Hand im Deutschen Gruss in die Klasse, dasß er jedem klar wurd^ 
dass es ir.m schwer fiel diesen Gr':ss auszaaore en • 

Die me'n.tßn me'ner 'rlasen-ca^e'^ddengl r^bten s'oh rjotzlioi ^nite Ilazis zu sein. 
Einer, Nari. r e its'nne io. mio nioht, der viel klei':er war Is io.., also im 
Zwei a .pf wäre io im überlegen gewesen, stiess mich eines Tapses im nalle itiCxV/imm- 
bad ir. kleine Basi, in dem er raiol' v^n hi-^ien anrannte. Ion viel a':f die 
Stei^treo-^e, und 1 abe nooh he::te die Naht in mei em reohten Ohr wo es mir daik 
dessen ge sparte- w^rde. Ein ande rer Jaseniiameiirad der Wiener r^iess, ind 
es B'oher sr/ator sehr bere^it 'at, denn er ka^^ aus e"ner getauften Judiso en Farrilie , 
orga izieri^e in der Klasse e'ne nioht fomelle Hitlerjugend mit e'ner >ron e vzn 
vielleicht Io -anderen. Die W -:er Fa ilie waren die Eigentümer der hoteis, S 
'•Die goldene Gans". Ein anderer Klas^ e^: -amerad hiess IIa;*ek 'nd am aur der' 's -jeo ei. 



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Bitte um Entsöhaldl ugn. He' tip en ist niont bqit gut. loh wieder: jle. 

Obwohl er es nioht oehr offen tun kjinte. Er sixohte meine Fr e -an ds 0:1 aft und 
versTjohte sd wenig wie moglolh au all den Nazi inspireirten Sachen teil zu neiixaen. 
Ob io.u nooh weiter Jud. Klaaae a:neraden hatte weiss io:. heaie noitli inc-hr. 
Wa::rnoh9.üilioh, iber ioherl inere vd&n an deinen. loh versuohte übrigens naoh dem 
Xrio,r^9 herau szifinden wnr aus Jopoioh gew -rlei vrar, a^er hatte -eiaen Srflg. 
loh sohrieb saga^ an e'non Prof. Jop loh an der "Jni. l>i Srlan^en, dor in iirüalau 
gehorne wurde, ber er antw:)rtet9 ir nlcüals. 

Weitere nioht Judisohex Freunde an die io- mlol erinnere vT3.ron in der Gaudig- 
sohnle. Ei lor wixr Horbort Walter, der wi die Eoke von mir wohnte und mich oft 
beauc te» Oaoh io-n loh d-n sesoir' 3her habe bin iohnio ht a'cbr, ä&sL er ene 

.U?-se:Vca-ioraci wa-, a^er io.: glaube es. Er wo. nte um dfcEcke auf ::ohünaollerni3.ri se, 
wohl ia de- selben Ha^-'se x^to der Ob er pr es dn et der Prov. Schlesien, Hormann 
Lude.mnn ^ S?D; Er kar. von e'ner ar'ien fa m'lie. loh fragte ihn mal , bevor iohbei 
ihm avf Bos-o v.-r. '.-^iev^-.el Zi— aer habe Ihr (.Die Wohnung meiner i^ltern an der 
Eo^'e am W »serturn , Kirschallee 26/28 hatte Diele , ^dadc-enziii^ie A nrlc.te 
und 7 Zi-^.er), 'ind se'ne Axtrc:: stolze Antvr rt war: '♦Eine grosse St'jbe*». 
Ke'n anderer /^ernd wagrErio KiHtat?; a^if der Stifter Strasse (Verlängerte Aicazien 
AlÄe^^rJKrlwa?^ der Soha eines Üha :ff eure (sp?j, der für ei e Jud. .-a llie arbeite e. 
Eine n^oht ^Jud'sohe Freundin war üuth Luden^ann , die Toohter des o^-en 
ge-anten Oberpresi.^ei^ten. Am 1. .-lai '-rl:. sie nioht zur 3ohule, \/ara'jfhin, Herr Kirste 
bemerkte Tur öie ist da. elnPeiertag". loh w:<.r zu ihrem Geburtstag eingeladen, 
und ijewan.» den ersteii Preis, i-hre Ilttor gab u -s diu Aufgabe so viele I>9utsohe 
Parteien aiifzusoLreiben wie wir wusston. loh wus&te die f-roSiijtG .uLiner und vmsste 
die richti.>-ne Hannen, d.h. ei ige hatten die "Nazi Partei»», aber ioh hatte es 
richtig, .d.h. NSDAP., de-' volJ en Namnmen. loh habe auo:. versucht hcrauszuf irden 
Wafc aub iür wurde, be ob s so eint niema d weiss es. lo: hatte gera.^« vor en 
pair 'lW;en einen ^rief v m einem Herrn h'r. He'ne, Bad Munptereifel ( Soheuren; 
(Wo iß-u das. iiahe davoi; noo nie gebort;, der einen Brief den loli an die S-'D 
Bohrifel) be-aiii, und mir mitte-lte, dass er rieriuann Ludeica n fnit w:übrend der 
Weiii^r Zeit and nao.. dem Ilriege >annte, aber von seiner Tochter nio; ts wusste. 

Misohehen: 

Mein Vater hatte einen leberslanglio en Freund , Paul VJohiauer. riecer üerr .lat e 
eine Frau, Meta. Sie habe.i sioL , plaubcioh sehr .c^eliebt, imd soweit ich .iiich 
eriT:nere -^e e Kinder (bin s'oherj. Als die D^'nge unter den Nazis soi.limmer 
w rden liesson s-'e sich SoheinRoheiden, um dar. Besitz (Er hatt ei .i /:e uauser; 
zu bewa.ren. Wann Paul starb weiss lo -ioht wehr, loh glaube er verstaro an 
ein er Kra kheit. Seine Fraun o>>erlbte ia^ Krieg in Breslau* Mein Vater 
liess Akten sei-ier Pirir^a usw. T^lt ihr. Jedooh die-e w rden in der Belc.arun;? von 
Brealau zerstört, da die Darr^e in e^'ner ""redend wohnte wo mar^ ein Rollfeld b te, 
nachdem Bres •^.^j-Gandua ausfiel. Ich glaube es war ar. der Xaiserstrass die n on 
Sohtit 1^ fu rte von der Bruc're , die T.al d *e Kaiser^^rjoke war , dann unter 
WeirPir, rUe i^^elheUsbruoVe k und 3oater -'ie Aiolf idtler "Jruo'ce. Wie si: ..euto 
ehiest weiss ior. nioht. :?ie Dane -iberlebte die Bel/-erung, wurde von Ru3si3C:-Q 
öoldaten ^erj^-iiltirrtf ':nd Z'?-^ spater n^o : Hannove, )w ic. ann me sie ur^terssed ver- 
storb en ist, denn sie war n ur'ioh bede te:.d alter als ich. Meine Eltern baten 
n-icndzie Ari..^e Aonta-t reit ihr. (ialls es sio:. interesi. Icrt loh bii ei-'iz'-cs li-id. 
I4e*- vAter hatte aire i^trumpfiabrl/c, mit Zen:rale in itt^sslau, Xaut.izienstr. 4, 
i«'abriken in Wunsox^elburg und btrehleln. Keine Eletern wanderten i:ii Seot. 41 n cl: 
Auba aus, und kamen l'^43 n lor. de •> USA, wo sie 49 Burger wurden *^e' Vater 
verstax^b inL6s Ang«3ls, CA, und meine i^iutter in Riehen bei Basel, na olid: e si.j 
vorher :3wei Jah e mit :air In 3oiTiaiia war, wo io-. für die US Reg' oru :g ar^eltete^) 

über ar.dere Msohehen in Breslau ka nn ioh mio;: nicht eriinern, obwohl es 
mi.re gab. Vieleicat frage Sie Frau Rita Sohurer an, die a.a 2 Ine rJeustadt in 
brealau gehören wurde, ans.:; e".:ened mit einem Jud. Vater und e^ or n-oht Jud, 
Mutter. Viel wird sie alierd* gs wohl .io:.t wissen, de n wenn io-, rloh rior.tig eri: .er 
wurde öie in42 geboren und ihr Vatrr Georg .eustadt (soweit ioh feststellen Vann 
keil Verw andter von mir, starb 1<^47 



Mutter. Viel wird sie allerd'ngs nio^t wiaien, denn, wenn loh mloh riohti g erinne re 
wurd^ üie 1142 geboren, und i r Vator, ^reorg '^eustadt ( kein Verwand uor von mir so 
wei ioh es feststellen kann; verstarb 1947. Es ist: 
T^Vaun Rita Sonuerer, Leibnitmstr. 18, |30u Essen 18 Kettwig. ^el 0254/15 4 31. 

I?er Jun-Gi-e Br-iler iieHer "'utter w.?x reit ei car rioht J-rdin verheiratet. Aber sie 

haben sloh in Nürnberg verheiratet am A^j^fang der i\^azl '3elt, dnrn einige Jahre In 

Erillö/Sa-ile, wo mein Onkel ge^'^oren wi:r:?o gele'^t, und s'nd ?jnäiQ 3^ zuaaix r.en '-ach 

Austral ien ji'is ^eva idert. Mein Onkel verstarn dort 1^57, vnd tieine Tarte lebt 

jet2u wider in Ihrer Oebur tsstidt Nurnber/. Sollte es Sie interessleren, hier 

ist die Airesse; Helen Fessler, Troethestr. 9 , f 35oo Nürnberg / Bayarn, 

Tel: 35-30-49. ^e' :3 Tinte, die sehr j:ng geheiratet hat ist ^aber eir.ige 

Jahre dlt^r als i3h, md lob waiss nicht wie gut ihre aes.riheit ist, da sie nie 

s?hreib t, und i^b sie 93f als ioh Itj Dtso 1. war nicht bes chen kon-^te. 

Vom Jvi. 7olkblatt i:? Breslau , -nuss iah zugeben habe ioh bisher niemsls et^v'as ge ort. 

Pnre 'istc der r3'j:stact3, iet interessant. Keine dieser KaTie habe ioh je ^^ebort 'tit der 

Ajisnahexr.® von Ismar. Den Isnar den ioh ^Bim war der Br.5er von Guido. Isnar wonnte 

in der ^'a,h? dee ^udparka ^j v.5 bäte zwei Tochter, die loh fl ctL^^ 'mute. 

Er und Guido batt ef r.e cirjerlfche Fariv ( Za.itorcwltz; Is Taar verstarb, oder 

würfe urgtbracht iin Fz. Buchenwald, ouidc war e* •^ fYeund meines V?ter£, aber sie 

meinten sie seien nicht verwandt. Etwas was ioh nicht ge ai: weiss, denn ioh 

habe 's;i;rz liehe Yerbi i.dung aufgenominne adt eir.en: Cvrti? Me-..to ( ''euctadt, ; der eein 

Sohr. ist, U'id der eienen Onkel r-er:::ianr erwciht, wac der "ane ^eires 'Jrosivaters 

und ■zieinf^r War. G i'^o w^hr.te neben uns, d.h. ;irisohallee 24, und er batter auch e' n 

Tochter, die :.lt6r war als lO: ,':ber die ic'. 2.1? ;'ind a te, T'le" • Vater, ä3.t, mein 

OnkelErnst, und der Vater von b^r&u Scurer, Üeorg s " nd off enrdoht lieh r'oht in 

Znrer Steuerli^te. lAein Vater sollte gewiss Steuern bezahlt na""* en selbst ±tl 

iiaiserrtl ch ( damals ^ra* es w .)hl nooh • e* ne Ein'-ioin- er: teuer-, denn ioh ^/ei.ss, d ss 

er 19x3 tel.r ^u t verdient hat, d.h. die Firna r;e^:pta't ^ Feuriinn. 

Interasr.ai:t was Sie ir über das Presla-. Lexicon (wo ann m^n das er a' ten; 
sci.rei' er. In Verteidigunf? von der A -tor muss ioh sagen, dass wir patriotischen 
Uberdeutscuen Juden auf die sog. Ostjuden herabgesehen haben. Wie T: en viel e* oht 
ie>'i;.:.it Ibl, B*nd dbsuh Jud^n in Israel "*oht ir-öriiicj.sb' 'j- neli«bt, v/eil wir :lie 
zu deutßoh waren, und s'nd. An An^'aiig der Jiasi ZeH hat an.^eblick Ju^- oslav'en s'oh 
gew8*/^ert Vi^en an dtsc . Juden Z'^ ge"^'3n, da oie Tra;j^er d^-^s '\an Cerranisinus sein. 



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interesrieren. Wenn Sie weiter Fra{Tor haben sollten .läse Sie mich en vr'een. 
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Dear Harvey, 

We finally went on our long-planned trip to Vroc/aw and it turned out a 
very good trip. We took the long sea crossing to Hamburg and drove via 
Berlin. On the way we visited the cernetry at Weis^ensee where we found the 
gr.-ve of uncle York and ount Elxvina - a bit dilapidated, with some of the 
lettering and dates missing. We arrived in W. Tuesday evening and were 
delighted with our accomnodation which our contact there, Mr. ^agiewski , 
the director of the historical museuin, had arranged with his rruseum for us: 
in a renovated building of the old town arsenal which is a little downstream 
from the university on the South bank of the river. We hcmded over the 
replacement plaques for the grandparent ' s hecidstone, together with a stain- 
less memorial plaque for our parents. Our 3 girls + prospective son-in-law 
(Erica will take the plunge some time next year) joined us on Friday night 
and we all went to the cernetry on Snturday morning where we found that the 
replacement plaoues had been fittaid, a plinth added for the memorial plaque, 
the adjacent sites had been cleaned, the kerbstones cround our site had been 
re-instated and the whole length of the approach road to the site had been 
weeded and cleaned. Mr. ^giewski really r s ull^j i had done a wonderful Job for 

US. T^Ci^ ^A/du^^i> ^JcT^f^T- f^S-tf 11x3^ B^iTScA^ A/V/ldPif /Stfx£)/<r /i Äz.S>o rf2oJr Hf-^s 

Polend is making much progress, things are looking a lot different from our 
previous visit in July '91* The traffic in W. is unbelievable, with horrifyi: 
traffic jams morning and evening, so much so that they 're replanning the 
main traffic arteries, re-siting the trr;mlines. etc. The place is füll of 
Shops, füll of goods, plenty of restaurrnts, fuel stations rre springing up 
all over the place, everything is computerised, credit cards generally 
accepted. ' ; 

We took our family around a bit in town to show them some of the sights. 
The most disappointing, the saddest thing we saw was the synagogue, the 
Storch, which despite what I seemed to understand from you (that the way 
had now been clearer! to restore the building) today Ir oks in much worse 
condition than in '91 - Windows open and generally looking ready to 
collapse. Who is supposed to be doing something about this building? 

I went into Tauentzienstr. 4 and was sble to go all over the building, ine. 
our fathers' office — the open plan has now been Converter^ into sppp-rntp 
rooms. The main door to the flcor is still the old steel door, the building 
is still being heated by the 'Fernheizung'. The whole buijlding is now 
privatised and is occupied by various cornmercial enterprises. 

I managed to find my old school at the Rehdigerplatz - now hidden by a new 
building erected in the grounds where we used to take cur breaks. It is 
still used as a school and we were conducted all over it. 

Peg and I tr?velled a lot around in the countryside. We went to Strehlen 
but could not find the factory - I feel sure that it must have disappeared 
as there would have been little interest in maintaining an old one-storey 
building. We also went to Wuenschelburg where we found the factory totally 
unchangedj Agair, we found somebody who took us all over the place and 
explained to us that it continued the way we had known it until 1965, then 
converted to a garment factory, now privatised and in the course of acquiring| 
new Industries. The old mill-stream appears to have very little water today 
and is no longer passing the factory, I believe the old turbine is still in 
the basement though I did not bother to visit it. The railway line (narrow 
gauge) from Waldenbjirg is now defunct and the old Station is a disco. 

I am enclosing some photos - there will be more when I have developed the 
film still in the camera. For now, pictures of the restored grave , and 
return of the Originals which you had sent me. I am also sending you a copy 



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of a Position plan of the German and Russian forces in Lithuania on the 
15th Aup-ust 1915 (the day after uncle Joseph was killed) which eventually 
might lead to where he was burj^ied. The German wa|^ graves authorities sent 
me this. 

I am also returning Originals of headstones of grandparents Neustadt and 
that of Gerson Neustadt. You asked me to decipher the writing on the latter. 
I first handed a blown-up copy to someone in Israel (l could not make it out 
myself) but they could not make sense of it. I have now made good copies 
from the original and shall try and see if this will now lead to some 
plausible translation. I know that there is a problem with the dates which 
are given on the inscription which, as is done with Jewish dates, are not 
in cyphers but encoded in the Hebrew alphabeth. The encoding may be faulty. 
However, I shall try my best and^ to this enc^ it is important to be clear 
whose headstone is shown on the photograph. The name is clear enough, it 
is Gershon Neustadt, but where is his position in cur ancestry? As I study 
the various photos which you sent me , there is a lot of conflicting data. 

The original photo has a handwritten note which I seem to recognise as your 
father*s handwriting saying 'Papas Grossvater' 

The blown-up copy of the original has a typewritten note on a self-adhesive 
lable which I presume was stuck on by you, which says 'Father of Herrmann 
Neustadt. . . 

The two Statements above place Gershon Neustadt into 2 different generations. 
Where did you have the information from which you wrote on the back of the 
blown-up copy? Which of the 2 Statements should be taken as correct? 

The blown up copy also carries your typewritten statement that the picture 
is taken at *Obersitko er Obersitzko' 

Two smaller copies of the same original have your handwritten note, on each, 
saying that the picture is taken at Rawitsch. 

There is again a problem here - is it Rawitsch or Obersit( z)ko? Can you 
recall where the information originates - which one is likely to be 
correct? 

Do you have any contacts which might give us sny idea whether recent 
Polisfe le^islation re return of Jewish property might benefit us? Tt is 
quite possible that this legislation might lay down different rules 
for 'residential property and for industrial property respectively. 

I forgot to mention that the residential properiy in Wuenschelburg, like 
the factory building, is standing and is untouched. Even the large stucko 
Star of David on the front elevation of the house at 2nd floor level is 
still there. 



All well here - the family are flourishing. As I mentioned earlier, 
Erica is planning to marry next year. Hugh is a solicitor, toc, we have 
met him several times and he is a very nice and considerate man. They seem 
very happy together. Naomi snd Richard are fine, their 3 are getting on 
fine. IIa is getting itchy feet and would like to change her Job. She is 
taking some course to learn about wood-turning, specifically to make 
traditional musical Instruments. Maybe this will lead to something new? 

Hope to hear from you - with replies to my questions and to let us know 
how you are. What news from your girls? 



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Look after yourself. 



Love 





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1.1.98 

I am sorry the letter I wrote to you on 3 Nov. is still here - tut 
that allow/s me now also to enclose photos of the factory in Wunsc.helburg' 
(Radkow) and what I take as the residential property across the lane. 

Also, I have Just re-read some old letters from you and I find there a 
reference to docuinents in your possession which deals with the 
naturalisation of Gerson Neustadt. On that basis, it is of course quite 
clear that Gereon Neustadt was grandfather Neustadt *s father. The 
only Strange thing that remains is your father' s annotation »Papas 
Grossvater* . 

Incidentally, I intend to write once more to the German war graves 
authorities, quoting the army unit in which uncle Joseph was serving 
in Order to see if they can teil me where this unit was fighting the 
day our uncle was killed. Me might then be close to finding the cemetry 
where he was bur/'ied. 

I would be happy to think that all old family documents and photos 
in your possession would find their way into the hands of our girls. 
They are very keen on family history and I have very little of \.his 
material. Would you like to think about this and perhaps oommftnt to me? 

I know that this is a bit of a rambling letter, nevertheless I would be 
very grateful if you could please take the time to answer the various 
questions which I have raised. 

And finally, as time has moved on since I started this letter, let me 
wish you a very happy New Year with good health. 



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Dr. Martin Kanter 

412 West End Avenue, Apt, 3-G 

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Sehr geehrter Herr Dr. Kanter ! 

Bevor das Ausgleichsamt Elmshüttel Ihnen nähere Auskünfte 
erteilen kann, werden Sie höflich gebeten, die Vollmacht 
vorzulegen; insbesondere Ist festzulegen, wem letztlich die 
Bescheide zuzustellen sind. 

Haben die Geschädigten Im Zeltpunkt des Beginns der allgemeinen 
Vertreibungsmassnahmen eine ausländische Staatsangehörli?keit 
«w^wvjMv^iA « uxuw «90 ixxcxuü«x' i)«xe^ö r öxna nacn anaeren Vor- 
schriften, insbesondere nach ausländischem Recht, Entschädigungs- 
leistungen beantragt oder gewährt worden ? Eine entsprechende 
Erklärung aller Beteiligten ist einzureichen. 




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New York 24, n. y. 

Phdne SUsquehanna 7-6653 



7. Juli 1967 



Mrs, Irene Neustadt 
Basel- Riehen 
Inzlinger Str. 255 



Sehr geehrte Mrs. Neustadt: 



In der Lastenausgleichssache betreffend Vermoegensschadens 
m w u e n s c h e 1 b u r g, die von dem Ausgleichsamt in Hamburg 
r^A^^^Z ^°^ bearbeitet wird - nicht vom Ausgleichsamt Bergisch- 
Ciiadbach - erhielt ich jetzt anliegendes Schreiben vom 30.6.196?. 

1 o. 5? ^^^ Ausgleichsamt Hamburg nochmals eine Vollmacht 
verlangt, die laengst erteilt wurde und offenbar zu der Sache 
Tauentzienstr. 4 gelangt ist, bitte ich anliegendes Formular zu 
unterschreiben (keine Beglaubigung) und an mich zurueckzusenden. 

r\^hir. ho.r,Jf,^ werde im uebrigen die Prägen im Absatz 2) des Schreibens 
?ät^ beantworten, dass Ihr Gatte und sein Bruder im Zeitpunkt des 
Beginns der Verfolgungsmassnahmen deutsche Staatsangehoerige waren 
Smacht\u?deJJ?^ ^®'^"® Ansprueche nach auslaendischem Recht geltend 

/.oo^ ,, V, J°^ w®^""® an und bitte Sie dies mir nochmals zu bestaetigen. 
dass auch das Wuenschelburger Grundverraoegen Ihrem Gatten und seinem 
ämp?n Jf ^?r^ gehoerten, dass Sie .also Ihre Ansprueche auch wieder 



gemeinsam mxt der Erbenff«mftiTi«'r»ha-p--h i^-mne-H N^^^r^'h^^^ ^..^ ^ , 

■TV-, TCTqo-*- T ^ ^ A- ^— >-^ -^ *--.**^w x.N^ v*-^ wtAVAW Xi.c».C/C?ll ^ UXt? UUX'Cll 



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P^^ Ich habe von Dr. Ernst N a s t in London in den letzten 
Jahren nichts mehr gebeert. Unter dem 22..?. 1965 hatte ich 
Ihnen von einem Schreiben des Ausgleichsamts Zehlendorf 
vom I./.1955 bezuer':lich Dr. Hast Mi ttei Inno- 0-pmnr.b^- 
^•uer alle i'aelle habe ich ihm gemaess Anla^e^nochmals 
geschrieben. 



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RPCHTSANWAWr 

DR. MARTIN KANTER 

412 West End Avenue, apt. 3-Q 
New York 24-, N. Y. 

PHONE SUsguEHANNA 7-6653 



2. Juni 1967 



Mrs, Irene Neustadt 
Basel- Riehen 
Inzlinger Str. 255 



Sehr geehrte Mrs, Neustadt:: 

In der Lastenausgleichssache bezueglich Grundverraoegen in 
Breslau erhielt ich nunmehr auf mehrfache Erinnerung: von dem 



Ausf<leichsamt des Oberkreisdirektors des Rheinisch - ßer^rischen - 
Kreises, Berfrisch Gladbach, das Jetzt fuer die Bearbeitung dieser 
Sache zustaendig ist, eine Mitteilung, dass es bemueht sein werde die 
Schadensfeststellung baldigst durchzufuehren. 

Es verlangt noch Mitteilung, ob Max oder Ernst Neustadt uebq 
den Restbetrag des Kaufpreises von RM 102.957.80 fuer Tauentzienstr . ^l^ 
der auf ein Sonderkonto bei der Dresdner Bank in Breslau eingezahlt 
wurde, verfuegen konnten. 

Ich werde die Frage nach meinen Unterlaecen dahin beantwor< 
ten, dass das Geld der Beschlagnahme anheimfiel und die Verkaeufer 
nichts erhielten. 



V^/eiter bittet das Ausgleichsamt 
saemtlicher' Erben, insbesondere von 



um Angabe der Adressen 



Frau Josefa Brigitte Schmedding 
" Marianne Beate Gelber 
Hans-Herman Neustadt 



und um meine Vollmacht zur Empfangnahme der festzustellenden Bescheide*. 

Ich habe nur die frueheren Adressen von Frau Schraedding in 



New Delhi, von Frau Marianne Gelber in N e w Y 



o r k und von 



Hans-Herman Neustadt in C o 1 o m b q, Ceylon.- Frau Marianne Gelber 
war unter ihrer alten Adresse Louis G. Gelber telefonisch nicht mehr 
zu erreichen und ist auch nach Anfrage beim Amt nicht mehr telefonisch 
verzeichnet. 

Ich empfehle Ihnen, an die drei Erben nach Ihrem Schwager 
Ernst Neustadt, wenn Sie ihre Adressen kennen, zu schreiben - evtl. 
durch mich direkt schreiben zu lassen - und sie zu bitten, mir eine 
Vollmacht folgenden Inhalts auszustellen und ihre Unterschriften 
notariell beglaubigen zu lassenr 



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REGIflfSAKWALT 

DR. MARTIN KANTER 

412 West End Avenue, Apt. 3-B 
NEW York, N. Y. 10024 



PHONE SUsguCHANNA 7-6653 



4. August 1967 



Wrs# Irene Neustadt 
Basel-Riehe 
Inzlingerstr. 255 



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Sehr geehrte Mrs. Neustadt: 

In Ihrer Entschaedigungssache wegen Erstattung von Heil- 
behandlungskosten erhielt ich ein Schreiben Ihres Sohnes vom 
28. Juli 1967, Dem Schreiben war ein Scheck ueber S 562.79 beige- 
fuegt, dessen Empfang ich dankend bestaetige« 

Was die laufenden Ansprueche nach dem Lastenausgleichs- 
Gesetz (Tauentzienstr. ^- und Wuenschelburg) betrifft, §0 teilen Sie 
bitte Ihrem Sohn auf seine Anfrage gelegentlich mit, dass z.Zt, 
noch nicht gesagt werden kann, \^±e hoch die beiden Ausgleichsaemter 
die Entschaedigungsbetraege festsetzen werden« Es ist dies eine 
sehr komplizierte Berechnung, bei der auch die frueheren Einheits- 
werte der Grundstuecke eine Rolle spielen. 

Im uebrigen erfolgt Zahlung immer auf ein deutsche Konto, 
das dann in einem umstaendlichen Verfahren mit Verlust ins Ausland 
transferiert werden muesste.- Es sind keine Betraege zu erwarten, 
die auch nur entfernt an die verlorenen Werte heranreichen, ;jedoch 
ist mit der Durchfuehrung solcher Ansprueche nach dem Lastenaus- 
gleichsgesetz viel Schreibarbeit verknuepft. 

Weiter erhielt ich nun von Ihrem Sohn eine Aufstellung 
ueber die Kosten, die Ihnen waehrend Ihres Aufenthalts in Soma- 
lia, duu-ch Annahme von Pflegekraeften, die Sie dort betreut haben, 
erwachsen sind« Er hat mir dann weiter Zahlungsbescheinigungen der 
4 in Frage kommenden Frauen gesandt, die ich der Entschaedigungsbe- 
hoerde einreichen werde. 

Ich moechte diese Bescheinigungen noch durch Ihre eides- 
stattliche Versicherung ergaenzen, fuer die ich einen Entwurf bei- 
fuege. Diesen Entwurf bitte ich Sie/ zu unterschreiben und an mich 
zurueckzusenden. Ihre Unterschrift ist ja bei der Entschaedigungs- 
Behoerde bekannt, sodass wir die Kosten einer notariellen Beglaubi- 
gung einsparen koennen. 

Ich moechte weiter wenigstens versuchen, Ersatz der beson- 
deren Kosten zu verlangen, die Ihnen durch die Unterbringung in dem 
dortigen Heim, im Gegensatz zu einem regulaeren Altersheim , erwach- 
sen und habe zu diesem Zwecke, auf Anregung Ihres Sohnes, an Frl. 
G. Eppste in geschrieben. Durchschrift dieses Schreibens fuege 
ich bei. 

- 2 - 



Ich nehme an, dass Sie sich in diesem Heim seit dem 26. 4. 
1965 befinden und hier nicht nur Wartung und Pflege, sondern auch 
notfalls aerzt liehe Behandlung erhalten. 

Medikamente, soweit Sie solche benoetigen, muessen Sie wohl 
besonders bezahlen. Ich meine hiermit Medikamente, die sich auf 
Ihr rheumatisches Leiden beziehen. 

Ich nehme bei der anliegenden eidesstattlichen Versicherung an, 
dass es zutrifft, wenn ich geschrieben habe, dass Sie sich in der 
Zeit vom 26.4.1963 bis 25*4a965 bei Ihrem Sohne in Mogadiscio, 
Somali Republic, aufgehalten haben und dass die Waehrung"So» Sh" 
Somali-Schilling bedeutet. 

Wenn irgend etwas in der eidesstattlichen Versicherung nicht 
zutrifft, oder etwas hinzugefuegt werden soll, lassen Sie es mich 
bitte wissen. Ich schreibe sie dann gern nochmals. 



Mit bestem Grusa 



Anlagen;. 2 



]/{AMZviA^}ui^ i 




Maroh 24, 1967 

Liebe MaisA: 

Hoohnals herzliche iinsohe au Deinem öehurtetage, obwohl die 
verspätet ankommen. Hoffe J>a hast meine öebrntsta^sbrief zm Zeit 
erhlaten» 

n«^ -I. . ?*^^ • ' ^•^^^ gestern traf der angekündigte Eingesohr i ebene 
Brief ein mit der Mitteilung , dass man Dir weitere | 6728.75 bezahlen 
wurde. ( Meine Bereohung von der DM Aagabe, einsohlsiesslich DM 12o.- 
t die Prl. ?? in Hamburg sind. 

Im aanzifn sieht es recht gut aus, und wenn sie für den 
Rest einen Vergleich anbieten wird man sehen. Jedenfalls ist n 
Dein Anspruch der fogende: 



usw< 



Arstkosten , Midikament, Ftys. therapy usw. - California | 12 298. 

n „..^ ^ jy^^ Jersey etwa 2 ooo. 

5 792. < 
Gesamt 5o o91. 



Pflegekosten , einsohl. S.S. Steuer 



Daron bezahlt in 1966 
Jetzt angekündigt 
Gesfluntsahlung 



$ 66o4,- 
6728. -> 

1^332- 



Verbleibender Anspimck | 6758,) 



^ 3 332.^ 
6 758.« 



Also wenn der Vergleich davon noch etwa die Hälfte bezahlen sollte durfte 
das annehmbar sein, denn ein paar der Ansprüche sind wohl nicht 
ganz richtig basiert, e* 

loh habe keine Aufstellung gesehen, die mit dem anderen Betrage kam, wie 
Kanter schreibt und wie aus der Aufatellunff hrvorirÄht. «!• >>a>^-*n o2.«-^.-.-:, 
nend von den Arzt kosten ungefähr die Halfti abgezogen ind auch von den^^^ 
^egekarften. Laborkosten und lux Krankenschwestern sowie 
Vheelohairs sind anscheinend völlig bezahlt. 

Also mal sehen was sie noch im Vergleich zahlen wollen, 
und dann sehen was Kanter sagt. Ich behalte den Brief hier. 

,, ^. . ^ Hier ist man sehr entteusoht über den Aus;?anÄ der 
Abstimmung in Djibuti, aber der Arger hat sich gegen die Araber gewichtet. 
Sonst ist es jetzt zieiDlich heiss, und durfte vor 3 Wochen nicht regnen. 
5n Af goi ist es staubig, auch in meinen en neuen Büro, obwohl wir alle 
Fahrzeuge umgeleitet haben, so dass diese nicht mehr an meinem Gebäude 
vorbei fahren. 

"^orgBn kommt ein neuer Direktor für USAID, Nachfolger 

Sonst nichts Neues 

Herzlichen Gruas Dein 



t^. 



Meine alte Leica kam überholt zurück und sieht wie neu aus 



Durchschrift 



idn 



REdHYSANWALT 
DR. MARTIN KANTbiK 

412 Wes^T END AVCi 

New YORK 2M. H, %, 

PHONä: SO tZ-««91 



4. August 196? 



Prl. G. Eppstein 
"La Charinille" 
Altersheim 
Basel-Rie 
Inslin^erstr, 235 



h e n /Schweiz 



Sehr geehrtes Frl. Eppstein: 

Meine Klientin Frau Irene Ne us tadt rnuss zum 
Zwecke der Geltendmachung; von Entschaediguno-sanspruechen f^e^en 
die deutsche Regierung gewisse Nachweise bezue^-rlich der Kosten 
ihrer Unterbringung,^ in dera dortigen Heim fuehren. 



Der Sohn meiner Klientin hat mir mitgeteilt^ 
der Pensionspreis in der PfloRreabteilung Ihres Heims a 
Schw. Fr. 800, — belaeuft. Ich nehme an, dass diese Za 
dem 26. April 1965 erfolgt ist und ich moechte nun dar 
sich die Differenz zwischen den Kosten Ihres Heims und 
liehen Altorsheins belaufen wuerde, wie hoch also der 
derjenigen Kosten ist, die sich auf die besondere V/art 
beziehen, die Frau Neustadt wercen ihres leidenden Zust 
muss. 



dass sich 
uf monatlich 
hlung seit 
tun, wie hoch 

eines gewoehn« 
Prozentsatz 
ung und Pflege 
andes haben 



Ich waere Ihnen fuer Mitteilung nach dieser lUchtung 
ausserordentlich verbunden, wobei Sie vielleicht die Freundlichkeit 
haetten, im einzelnen auf zufuehren, welche besondere Wartung und 
*- — o~ ~-w.w. -..w «.K^ v-v^^ w ^t^ ^i.x^Kjtu AAoxtu, x«u Uli ot?röULxxt;u. z»u t^xiieiü Köwoenn- 
liehen Altersheim, geniesst. 

Es kann sich natuerlicb bei Ihren Angaben bz;i;l, der 
besagten DirferonzkoGten nur um eine unverbindliche ochaetzunp 
Ihrerseits handeln, ~~ 

Ilir Antwortschreiben bitte ich mir per Luftpo st mit 
einer Durchschrift zugenen zu lassen. — ~ 



Mit vorzueglicher Hochachtung 



gez 






Martin Kanter 



DR. Im ARTIN Kanter 

412 WEST END AVE. 

NEW YORK 24. N. Y. 

PHONE: SU 7^683 



Durchschrift 



\y^ — 



25. Mai 1967 



Dr.Harvey P.Newton 
USAID/^Iogadiscio 
State Department 
Washington D.O. 20521 



Sehr geehrter iierr Dr. Newton: 

In der Entschaedigungssache Ihrer i^'rau [[utter 
erhielt ich Ihr Schreiben vom 19.5.1967 mit einem Aenderungs- 
bescheid "B" des Bezirksamts Neustadt vom 20.4.1967, den 
ich Ihnen anbei wieder zuruecksende. 

Auf Grund einer neueren Verordnung sind die 
Grui?dsaetze fuer die Bemessung des Hundertsatzes der -Beamten- 
bezueo^» nach denen die i^ente wegen Gesundheitsschadens 
berechnet wird, einheitlich festgelegt worden. Diese neuen 
Bestimmungen fuehren in zahlreichen Faellen zu einer Herab- 
setzung des Hundertsatzes I so auch im Falle Ihrer Mutter. 
V/aehrend nach dein alten, mir in Abschrift vorliegenden Bescheid 
vom 18.1.1965 ein Hundertsatz von 50'^ ab 1.11.1955 als an- 
gemessen angenommen wurde, ist dieser Hundertsatz in dem 
anliegenden Bescheid auf 5Q/^ heruntergesetzt worden. 

Es wird nun vielfach angenommen, dass gegen die- 
se Festsetzung: Klage mit der Begruendung eingereicht werden 
sollte, dass die Entschaedigungsbehoerde an die fruehere 
Festsetzung des Hundertsatzes gebunden sei. Diesen Stand- 
punkt halte ich entsprechend der Rechtsprechung des Bundes- 
gerichtshofs nicht fuer zutreffend, abgesehen davon, dass 
dann in der grossen Mehrzahl der Faelle gegen die ergangenen 
Aenderungsbescheide, die fast alle Verfolgten betreffen, 
Klage erhoben werden muesste, waehrend auf der anderen Seite 
angenommen werden kann, dass, wenn wirklich in einer zu er- 
wirkenden hoechstrichterlichen Entscheidung eine Herabsetzung 
der iiundertsaetze fuer ungueltig erachtet wird, dann die 
Entschaedigungsbehoerde dieser Rechtsprechung auch ohne gericht 
liehe -Entscheidung Rechnung tragen wuerde. 

Vßd Sie weiter aus dem Bescheid ersehen, findet 
nach dem Grundsatz der V/ahrung des Besitzstandes eine Kuerzung 
der bisher gezahlten Rente nicht statt, wie auch in dem an- 
liegenden Bescheid zum Ausdruck kommt. Ihre r'iutter erhaelt 
also, obwohl ihre Rente auf Grund der Herabsetzung des Hun- 
dertsatzes gekuerzt wurde, die bisher gezahlte Rente von 
DM 9^2,- weiter; allerdings nimmt sie nichtjan den kuenftigen 

-2- 



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f 



- 2 - 

allgemeinen Rentenerhoehungen teil, solange nicht die Ueber- 
zahlung von vorher abgegolten ist. 

Die sogVi^ecbtsmittelbelehrung" wird automatisch 
jedem Bescheid beigefuegt. Es kann f?;egen jeden i^escheid, wenn 
man sich nicht zufrieden geben will, binnen 6 Monaten beim 
uebergeordneten Landgericht Klage erhoben werden. Der an- 
liegende Aenderungsbescheid ist allerdings fuer ^eden Laien 
kauni verstaendlich. Ich empfehle Ihnen, sich bei die 
scheid zu beruhigen. 



SGlIi 



Be- 



leb bestaetige gleichzeitig dankend Kmpfang Ihres 
Schecks ueber \p 188,42 fuer Ausbildungsschaden. 



Ferner teile ich Ihnen mit, dass, wie Sie wissen, 
noch bezueglich des frueheren iiigentums Ihres Vaters in 
Schlesien ein Verfahren nach dem Lastenausgleichsgesetz 
anhaengig ist, in dem ich auch in der letzten Zeit mit der 
Behoerdc korrespondiert habe. Ich erhielt Abschrift eines 
Schreibens d s Bezirksamts Zehlendorf -Ausgleichsamt-, wo- 
nach der angeraeldetp i^vs^vuzh nunmehr an das -^usp:leichsamt 
Bergisch-Gladbach zur weiteren i3earbeitung abgegeben wurde. 
Auf meine Anfrage erhielt ich vom "Rheinisch-Bergischen Kreis, 
Oberkreisdirektor, Ausgleichsamt" ein Schreiben vom 28.4.1967 
-Az.:III. 4G.2.03-P V762/1 Cz/F.- d s Inhalts, dass sich die- 
ses Ausgleichsamt durch eine Frau Dr.SIOMMEL, die das (>rund- 
verraoegen fuer die Firma "4711" verwaltet, mit dein Kaeufer« 
M u e h 1 e n s, der Firma "4711" in Verbindung gesetzt habe, 
um saeratliche Unterlaf!:en ueber den damalisren Kauf zu 0>vhRlten. 
Nach Lingang dieser '::ichriftstuecke soll dann eine ochadens- 
feststellung vorgenommen werden. Ich werde Sie weiter auf dem 
laufenden halten. 



Mit bestem Gruss 



Anlagen; 2 



gez.riartin Ar3nter 




Bu hast imterdessen ja wohl den Vergleich »Vorschlag erbaltan. Ich schrieb 
an Kattter, und Du solltest es nicht unterzeiohamn und abschicken bis 
Du von ihmo oder mir nochmals hörst. Jedoch finde ich die Sache ziemlich 
gunstig, und ich denke Du solltest es annehmen. Die Rechnung sieht so aus. 

Arzt und Pflege kosten ( in runden nummern) 
Cal. 12 ooo.- 
K.J. 2aooo.- 

Hilfe 5 7oo>'* 

19 7oo.- 

Bezahlt früher 
jetzt 



65oo. 
7ooo. 



Vergleich 



375o.^ 
172^.- 



(unterdessen in Hollywood eingegangen 

Mar. 16, $ » 7ol9*33j davon habe ich 
Kanter | lo52.33 bezatilt) 



Also , wenn Du den Vergleich annimmst heisst das, dass von einer Porderimg 
von etwa | 2o ooo.- etwa | 17 ooo.- bezalt wurden, was etwa BSf> ist. 
Das ist eigentlich recht hoch. Obwohl wir alles belegt hatten, waren da 
natürlich ein paar Reohnungengen dabei, die etwas zweifelhaft waren, und 
sie habe verschiedenes abgezogen . Aber ich finde sie haben #echt anstandig 
beza!:. lt. Ifaoh dem Honorar von etwa 99o.- 

1 o52.- 

bleiben also fa*t $ 15 ooo."^ für Dich, 
oder fatt 3/4 der J'orderung. 

Es ist kaum anzunehmen, dass man noch viel mehr als % 375o.- ,i.e . 
15 000.- DM erhlaten knnt, wenn man zu Gericht geht. 

Hoffe Du verstehtt jetzt alles ? 



Herzlichst 




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DR. MARTIN KANTER 

412 West End Avenue, apt. 3-g 
NEW York 24, N. Y. 

PHDNE SUsgUEHANNA 7-6653 



S.Mai 1967 



Mrs. Irene Neustadt 

Basel-Riehen 
Inzlingerstr. 235 



Sehr geehrte Mrs. l^ieustadt: 
.lesen Xo.schL'«^ISe*ruer.lu"f«SL??J°™J-Är^?;l;f_"- 



"^-i-C OCil 



-t-J.J.4.X\^ XX 



Mit bestem Gruss 

Dr. Martin Kanter 




vrYVjfe^' 




412 we:st end ävb 

NEW YORK 24, 
PHONE: SU 




Technische Universität Berlin 



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The above-mentioned was registered at the Archives and may 
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Habana, Cuba 



Liebs Herr und Fraia Neustadt ! Nachderp wir schon garbicht aehr wussten, 
wo wir lie suchen sollten, habe ich am 1o,:äii -".epteiober in Lissabon durch 
meinen Agenten feststellen lassen, dass Sie gluecklich mit der Fyassa 
abgefahren sind. Ihr Brief vom S.Septerrjber traf erst am 18. 9. hier ein, und 
ich habe natuerlich die Anlage an Hermann gleich .veitergesandt, der wahr- 
scheinlich im Augenblick irn Manoev^r ist und den Brief daher ^.^rst in 
ein paar Tagen erhalten wird .Hermann war Anfang September ein paar Tage 
hier, zusammen mit Bondy.Herjr-ann 3.1eht glanezend aus, ist ein grosser, 
sehr erwachsener Mensch geworden, und das army Leben gefaellt ihm sehr 
gut und bekommt ihm wohl auch gut .Machen Sie sich, liebe i'rau Neustadt, 
nur darueber keine sorgen, alle Ju-^dischen Kinder (nebbich in T^^uropa) 
sollten es so gut haben, wie die amerikanischen Soldaten. Darueber hin- 
aus schadet ihm ja koerperlich« das Ausarbeiten garnichts, und er ist in 
voellig amerikanischer Umgebung, f^nin Freund Toepper ist ja, wie f^ie 
vielleicht wissen, im Nachbar-Regiment und gleichzeitig mit ihm im Ma- 
noever. Ich wuerde Ihnen vorschlagen, Ihre Luftpostbriefe an Hermann an 
seine Adresse im Fort Meade weiter zu senden, da Blanoev-^radressen nicht 
ausgegeben werden. 

Also 30v,^eit zur familiaeren Situation, weil 
ich mir vorstelle, dass das Ihr erster und vordringlichster Gedanke ist. 

Nun aber zu Ihnen Beiden» Unser allerherz- 
lichster Glueckwunsch zu Ihrer Ankunft inCuba.Dass es nun nach langen 
Jahren immer v/ieder fruchtlosen Bemuehend endlich gelungen ist, Sie aas 
der ^oelle herauszuholen, ist faer mich eine grosse Freude und eine 
tiefe Beruhigung. Und dass Ihr neuer Lebensanfang mit dem Beginn des 
neuen juedischen Jahres zusaruenfa^llt, mag fuer 8ie ein ^utes Omen 
sein .Dazu Ihnen Beiden unsere aufrichtigsten 7uensche. 

Die Weiterwanderung von guba nach Tl-k 
muss von Hermann eingeleitet werden, da ja, wie/^ie vielleicht v/issen, 
seit dem I.Juli ganz neue Bestimmungen einen Ptart von ganr. vorne ueber 
Washington not?;endig macht. Solange 8ie nicht aus Deutschland heraus wa- 
ren, konnte man noch nicht einmal die notvendigen Forrr-ulare von ^^.^ahington 
bekommen, um irgend etwas vnrznher'^iten *D9.s wird aber ^etzt «Geschehen» 
Werden Sie, wenn es ein paar Wochen laenger'^dauert, nicht ^n^rvoes, ge- 
niessen Sie in Cuba die wunderschoene i^reiheit und erholen Sie sich auf 
jeden Fall innerlich und aeusserlich. Finanziell brauchen Sie sich fuer 
ein paar Jahre keine Sorgen zu machen. 

^ ^ Nun zu diesem Kapitel: Mr. Klein, der etwas 

pedantisch aber gutwillig ist, hat noch 

1) den Kreditbrief von % 4ooo.-. Da das Originaldokument vom Amerika- 
niscnen Konsulat in Bariin doch nicht zurueckgesandt worden ist, ist 
das Geld vor dei» ^o.Novercber nicht verfuee:bar, 

2) Mr. Klein hat noch einen Betrag , den ich auf ungefaher 7oo - looo | 
schaetze; den genauen Betrag weiss ich nicht, ich habe auch nicht so dap 



\l ^1^ \^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ameriknaisch? Gesellschaft der Ils)3iiid noch etwa 
6^0 $, der Rest des Gegenwertes aus dem Transfer der 49o £• der Um- 
rechnungskurs, den die Deutsche Eolddiskontbank im vorigen Jahr dafuer 
zugrunde gelegt hat, ist so ziemlich der sc i:l echteste, der irgand wann el>- 
mal auf einem Kurszettel emistiert hat; aber auf Jeden Fall besser als 
i»<iark (£ sind damals durch Warburg, Hamburg garnicht ueberwi isen worden, 
sondern ^)sind diese % immer noch. 






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Ferrn u.i^Vau fleustadt 17. 9.1941. 



falls zur Verfuegung. " ^^^^ ^^ocnen zurueckkara, ist eb-n- 



>^c.^^ -v-i. x^v^zju rjat!;e, wenn ich Ihn-n oben satt 

Faktum. d&ss c:ie In vr^ivl^f ? - . ?* ^"^^* geniesssn Pie einmal das 

monatlich fSK 'da ™?ste ?'rSn in 25^" '^ft''^^^ ^^^'" ^°° ^ 
Ihr*»ni Vau Mc; ^,T IOC 5 ! ^^a"? ,'^'^ * ^"-^ ^i^ S.Person, d.h. also In 
xniem t-axx Dls zu 125 i, ironatlioh durch die Vermittlunn «In -r Bank «■o-p 

äJLtiart iwn !.^®'''"ff'' ^^^^'"* ^^''- ^^«berreise inMark zu beLValenf 
Oceans' ^" weiteres oahr Leben auf dieser angeneb^e^^en S?te des 

^laorunf stillt"-pJ?f 4i^/°'"H^^?''*®".-.^ ^^^^^ Beduerfnis nach 

bitte wissen. irgendwelche -Tagen haben, lassen Sie es mich 



wonn -ie ?»t7? ir, r,^L^'^^*? "^^^ '' B^^ni-u^^igen EU sich bitte nicht, 
Z:^.':^''J^^''^ i" f^^fea nicnt sofort frei ko.rsen, sondern nach Tresconia 

lags dauern, dlo rasch vorbeigehen. V'aehrend 



niuessen.Das 'Vird nur 1 - S 



5r ».vor» 1/ rv» C; /> r« r« -? ^ ^ 

' •■'^ *-**■' U k^ U. ^ 'i, X 






isooo :$) pro Person ralt 



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15o.- 



der Kreditbrief ir. _ , 

Sfhi°?ochfSelt?/f^^>''"^^r^^^ ^-° ^ P^° Person fuer Ih.e Ankunft 
nicht SrSd ifif «nt^f-^'v''^^ T'-^^^' ^•^- ^^- license hierfuer ist noch 

wird m> iiidP-f P«n ^^f nicht warten. Durch einen geeigneten Mann dort . 
scwrio+:« ,lf t^-^ ^^^ ^^-^'"^ Veranlassung hin versucht, Ri-- auf dem 

sS nc>ebu'Srenf ko^to''"^?^^?^^"^^^^^^ ^^<^^" ^^^ vielleicht '5o| pro Per^ 
di" ä ISoo ! «ir^S°^,t" r^^*®- ^^^ ^='-^ön aber keine andere Wahl, da wir 
cti- « xöoo.- nicn. zur Verfuegung heben. Mit der Einreiclrag fuer die li- 



^!i^fL!^^''t^-? v/ir warten,bis wir ganz geriau wussten.dass ?ie wirklich"äl>- 

k gan 
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r etwas zu unternehmen, mit Ruecksicht auf die Äblauffrist 
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tlf ä^?^?^ H'-fT ^^"®" *"^^^e ^"^ Eroigrationsvisum mit Aussicht 
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erscheint in: Pctcr Pul/xr Hg., Jcws in Weimar Gcrmany, Tübingen 1997. 

MLng^!ingJV1arQang.^iKLDistancin g: Jcvvish Integration in Wi lhclminian Breslau a nd its Erosio n 

iriEi!Lly_WciinaLGcniiany« 

In rcccnt ycars "inuliiculturalisin" lias bcconie a fashionablc conccpl in the humanilics and thc 
broadcr public. European nation-slatcs, so the argunient goes, arc being Iransformed into ' 
niullicultural socictics. Conccpls of nuillculturalisin are not only polilically chargcd but oftcn 
contain a dislincl historical n:urativc, in wliich lalc ninctecntli-ccntury European socictics scrve 
as exainplcs of honiogencous nalions. wiih Auslria-Hungary and Tsarisl Russia as the inost 
obvious cxccptions.' At thc samc tinie, historians havc bcgun to challcnge thc tradilional vicw of 
Ihc ninetcenlh-ccntury iiation-statc. "Curopc", John R. Gillis has rccently argucd, "needs to 
rethink il.scif in unfaniiliiu- terms such as diaspoias. bordcrlands, and periphcrics". Hc urgcs 
. historians to rcdiscover "Europc's multiculiural and multiethnic herilagcs". This niay provc 
particularly fruitfui if the term multicuJturalism is undcrstood not as a nirvana of hannonious 
inlcrcthnic rclalions but as a dcscription of socictics In which various cthnic groups negotiate Ihc 
terms of cocxistcncc, Icaving room for mutual Interplay as well as connicl, and hi which 
individuals jugglc a multitudc of fractured and sitiiational Idcntitics. This rcquires a redefinition 
oft wo kcy terms: assimilation and cquality. Assimilation is no longcr undcrstood as a proccss in 
which Outsiders increasingly adapt to a stablc corc culture but rather one in which 'niinoritics' 
havc a band in dcfining and redcfining 'majority' culture. Transcending a notion of cquality that 
trcals pcoplc as mcrely thc samc, a rcdcfincd concept takes account of diffcrence and thercforc 
rccognizcs an individual's righl to mcmbership in a dislinct culture. One facet of this 



• f gralcfully ackuowlcdgc all (he criticism and advice I received white working on Ihis papcr. Earlier versinn.s 
wcrc prcsenlcd to various audiences. including Congregalion lyr Ha Meicch in Kingston. Ontario. and thc 
Conference "Jcws in Weimar Gcrn.any" al Lincoln College. Oxford. 1 owc a .special debt to Werner T. Angress. 
J.>cl Golb. Marion Kaplan. Prank-Michael Kuhlemann. Marlinc Ofle. Rebecca Jo Plant. Lisa .Szefel and the 
cdi(ors for thcM Ihorough cdilhig and insighlful commenls. 

' A tlnc exa.nplc is Zyg.nur.t Ünun.an. ModiTnÜy.andJ\mbLYalcnce (Cambridge. 1991). which includes an 
extensive analysis of the (Jcnnnn-Jcwish cxpericncc in modern Gennany to support hi.s claim that "intolerancc 
i.s ... Ihc natural inclination of modern practicc" (p. 8), 

I 



multicullural hcrilage in modern Gcrman history is Ihe Jcwish expericnce, particularly rclalions 
bclwccn Jcws and olhcr Gcmians.^ 

This cssay analyzes ihe high dcgrcc of Jcwish inlcgiation in Wiihciniinian Gcrinany and 
conlrasls it wilh Ihc rise of anlisemilism in the early Weimar ycars, focussing on Breslau, Silesia 
(loday Wroclaw).' White most studies of German anliscmitisin focus on ideology, I invcstigale 
how anlisemilism pcrmcalcd llie fabric of social lifc in Gcniiany influcncing and possibly liniiling 
rclalions belween Jcws and olher Gcrinans. A more nuanccd portrail of Jcwish-Gcnlilc rclalions 
can be found in llie realm of everyday life, thal "difficult Icrrain whcre political aclion, social lifc 
and cullural values inlersect" (James Shcehan)/ Rather than offering yet anolhcr study of 
German anlisemilism, or of the German-Jewish symbiosis, Ihe essay probcs thc paramclcrs of 
Jcwish inclusion inlo general sociely focussing on four areas: first, class struclures and 
rcsidenlial patterns; second, municipal politics; Ihird, the Jcwish expericnce in city schools; and, 
finally, public and private fonns of sociabilily, particularly associational life and marriagc 
patterns. Following a brief rcview of previous scholarship, the rest of this papcr is dividcd inlo 
Ihree parts: a brief discussion of conccptual issucs (I.); somc remarks on the mcrils of local 
history, including thc appropriateness of Breslau (IL), and an analysis of Jcwish inlegration inlo 
thc largcr conununity and ils crosion aftcr 1918 (III.). 



' John R. Gillis, "Thc Future of European History," Perspectives; American Historical Association Newsletter 
34,4 (April, 1996): 5. For an iinportant, Ihough partisan, rcader on multiculturalism rejecting any type of 
universalism as illegilimale see: Multiculturalism: A Critical Reader , ed. David Theo Goldberg (Oxford, 1994). 
For arguments baiancing liberalism and multiculturalism see David A. Hollinger, Postethnic America: Bcyond 
Multiculturalism (New York, 1995), and Joseph Raz, "Multiculturalism. A Liberal Perspective," Ethics in tlie 
Public Domain (Oxford. 1995), pp. 170-191; see also: Russell A. Kazal, "Revisiting Assimilation. Tlie Rise, 
Fall, and Reappraisal of a Concepl in American Ethnic History", American Historical Review 100 (1995): 437- 
•471. 

' For general surveys of Wilhelmian and Weimar Germany see: Hans-Ulrich Wchler, Deutsche 
Gesellschaftsgeschichte 111: Von der "Deutschen Doppelrevolution" bis zum Beginn des Ersten Weltkrieg es 
1849-1914 (München. 1995); Society. Culture. and the State in German v. 1870-1930 . ed. Geoff Eley (Ann 
Arbor, 1996); James Retallack, Germany in the Age of Kaiser Wilhelm II (Houndsmill, 1996); Imperial 
Germany: A Historiographical Companion . ed. Roger Chickering (Wesiport, CT, 1996); Richard Bessel, 
Germany after the First World War (Oxford, 1993); Gerald D. Feldman, Tlie Grcat Disorder: Politics. 
Economics and Society in the German Inflation. 1914-1924 (New York, 1993); Hans Monunscn, Tlie R ise and 
Fall of Weimar Democracv (Chapcl Hill. 1996); Detlev J.K. Peukert. The Weimar Republic: Thc Crisis of 
Classical Modemitv (New York. 1992). 

* James Sheehan, "Different, Ignoble, and Alien." Times Literary Supplement 31 July 1992, p. 8 



Dcspile Ihc weallh of studies on Ihc history of German antiscniitisni and German Jcws, 
WC still lack a social and cullural history of Jewish-Gcnlilc rclalions in both Imperial and Weimar 
Gcrmany~a lacuna thal in iny view has thrce main sources. First, all studies of German 
anliscmitisin display conceplual limits when it comcs to analyzing Jcwish-Gcntilc rclalions. They 
focus on anlisemilism as a political ideology and movement, analyzing antisemitic associations as 
well as pressure groups.' As a consequence, these studies consislcnlly ask whether causal links 
cxistcd bclwccn anlisemilism in Imperial Germany and thc Holocaust. Such a focus on the 
qucstion of conlinuity ignores spheres of Imperial German sociely in which antisemitism cxertcd 
little or no influencc. The history of Jcwish-Gcntilc rclalions in Germany is not just a story of 
antisemitic ideology and discrimination, but is also characterized by ambivalence. Second, many 
scholars havc portraycd Jcwish inlegration inlo German society al large as a symbiotic 
cxperience. Acculturated Jews in Imperial Germany themselvcs idealized their relations wilh 
olhcr Germans as a synthesis of two exceptional cultures. After the Holocaust some Germans 
. appropriated this notion in ordcr to prcscnt an "Olhcr Germany" free from the taint of Nazism. 
Such idealized concepts of symbiosis are casily criticized. Gershom Scholcm, among others, 
argued thal nolions of a symbiosis tend to neglect the fact that German Gentiles refused to 
accepl Jcws as Jews, and never shed a dccply rooled anlisemilism that ultimately Icd to thc 
Holocaust. As wilh intcrethnic rclalions gcnerally il is misleading to measure Jewish-Gentile 
rclalions in Imperial Germany against an idealized notion of symbiosis. The model ofa German- 
Jewish symbiosis suffcrs from scrious methodological shortcomings, because it is embedded in a 
tradilional history of ideas which is inapnrnnriate for understanding more general social 



' Shulaniith Volkov. Jüdisches Leben und Antisemitismus im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert (München. 1990), pp. 13- 
75; Peter Pulzcr, The R is e of Political Anti-Semltism In Germanv and Austria (Cambridge, Mass., 1988); 
Helmut Derding, Moderner Antisemitismus In Deutschland (Frankfurt, 1988); Reinhard RUmp. Emanzipation 
und Antisemitismus (Frankfurt, 1987); Jacob Katz, Vom Vorurteil zur Vernichtung (München, 1989); Norbert 
Kampe, Studententum und 'Judenfrape' im Kaiserreich (Götlingen, 1988); Richard S. Lcvy, The Downfall of 
the Anti-Semitic Political Parties In Imperial Germany (New Haven, 1975); among numerous recent 
publications see cspecially Paul Lawrence Rose, German Ouestion - Jewish Ouestion (Princeton, NJ 1992), 
James F. Harris, The People Speak! (Ann Arbor, 1994), and Olaf Blaschke, "Katholizismus und 
Antisemitismus im Deutschen Kaiserreich" (Ph.D. diss., Universität Bielefeld, 1995; forthcoming: Götlingen. 
1997); for a revicw of recent scholarship see Till van Rahden. "Ideologie und Gewalt. Neuerscheinungen über 
den Antisemitismus in der deutschen Geschichte des 19. und frühen 20. Jahrhunderts." Neue Politische 
y^lteratur 4 1 (1996): 1 1 -29; givcn the crucial significance of the post-World-War-I era for the history of 
German antisemitism, it is stränge that no thorough study of antisemitism in the early Weimar Republic exists. 



phcnomena.* Finally, mainstream German historiography, reflecling a liberal Protestant legacy 
ihal homogenizes modern Gcrinan hislory and neglects diversily, continues lo marginalizc 
Gcrman-Jcwish hislory, signs of growing inlerest in reccnt years nolwithstanding. 

• 

I. While il is Irue, as Werner Messe notcd a few years ago, that "intcgration is rarely 
mcasurabie", thc paramcters of this conccpt can and should bc dcfincd." In Ihc casc of modern 
socielies integration as a generic conccplual framework dcrives from and dcpcnds on proccsscs 
of inclusion bolh in central Systems and in spheres of everyday lifc ( Lebensw clt). Inclusion in onc 
sphcre does not automatically entail integration, because a group niay well bc includcd in one 
area, such as the economy, but excluded from another, such as politics. Inclusion involves thc 
generalized and universal participation of thc whole populalion in the functional Systems of 
modern socicty (economic, political, academic, and legal), with acccss regulatcd by individual 
criteria such as monetary or professional qualincations, dcpending on the sphcrc's "inner logic" 
(Max Weber). The concept of integration does not presuppose equality of wcalth and power. 
Social closure . thc rcslriclion of acccss to rcwards and opportunitics based on individual criteria 
such as wcalth or professional qualificalions, needs to bc carcfully distinguishcd from cxglusiOD. 
which cncompasses any discrimination bascd on coUcclivc criteria, such as Status (Stand), 
cthnicily, rcligion, or gcnder.' 



' Gcrshom Scholcm, Juüaica 2 (Frankfurt, 1970), pp. 1 1-46; Wolfgang Benz, "The Legend of a Gcrman-Jewisli 
Symblo^ls". Ipn Rnerk Institute Yc ar Book (LBIYB) 37 (1992): 95-102; Trude Maurer. Die EntwicklunRÜcr 
jüdischen Minderheit 1780-1933 (Tübingen, 1 992), pp. 3-4, 40, 1 63- 1 64, 1 67-7 1 . 

' This negicct is manifest in many studies relevant to an understanding of Jewish-Gentile relations in Imperial 
and Weimar Germany. To name just two example, bolh the Bielefeld and the Frankfurt projecls on the history 
of the German middle-class have managed to avoid discusslon of the Jewish middle-class. See also Moshe 
Zimmermann. "Jewish Hislory and Historiography: A Challcnge lo Contemporary German Historiography", 
LBIYD 35 (1990): 35- 54, and ihe poignanl remarks by Gcoffrey Field In his "Rcligion in thc German 
Volksschule, 1890-1908", LBIYB 25 (1980): 69. Margaret Anderson has rcpeatcdly argued Ihal Ihe Protestant 
bias has also marginalizcd the history of German Catholics, rccenlly acknowlcdging that change is under way; 
see her "The Limits of Secularization: On ihe Problem of the Calholic Revival in Nineteenlh-Century 
Germany". Historical Journal 38(1 995): 647-670. 

» Werner E. Mosse. Thc German-Jewish Economic Elite. 1820-193 5: A Socio-Cultural Profile (Oxford. 1989), 
pp. 337-338. 

' In the European conlext one example of this. by no means linear or irreversible process in which thc principlc of 
social closure increasingly replaces that of exciusion is ihe emancipation of Jcws. My conceptuai framework 
Combines ihe ideas of Max Weber, Frank Parkin. and Niklas Luhmann; see especially Max Weber. Gesammelt e 



While integration necessarily presupposes inclusion in all functional Systems it, also 
dcpcnds on informal inclusion in spheres of everyday life such as friendships, circles of marriage, 
or rcsidential patterns. Thc persistence of ethnic and rcligious identities is particularly relevant in 
considcring Ihcsc spheres of Jewish-Gentile relations. Antisemitism was not the only reason why 
German Jews did not fully assimilate, because this also reflected a vital ethnic culture among 
German Jcws.'" An analysis of Jewish-Gentile relations needs to balancc carcfully the influcnce 
of inclusion and exciusion in both functional Systems and everyday spheres with the impacl of 
Gcrman-Jcwish cthnicity. 



IL I have chosen to underlake such a synthesis by means of a local study. Instead of examining 
an isolated arca of Jewish-Gentile intcractlons separately, it seems more promising to study how 
various dimensions intcrsect in the overall process of integration. A casc study allows mc to link 
the Jewish cxpcricncc of inclusion and exciusion lo social, cultural, and political structurcs and 
changes in thc Community at large. 

Although rcputcd for being backward and boring in the years of Uic Weimar Republic, 
Breslau was one of the niost politically and rcligiously hclcrogencous German citics around the 
turn of thc Century. Protestants constituled about sixty percent of the city's inhabitants, whercas 
Catholics representcd about thirty-five percent. Breslau had becn a centre of German-Jewish life 
since thc latc eighteenth Century. Between 1800 and 1933, thc city's Jewish Community 
constituled onc of thc thrce largcst in Germany. In 1900, 19,743 Jcws lived in Breslau, 
comprising just under five percent of the city's total population, and in 1925 this figure surpassed 
23,000, ccnstiluting 4.2%. Progressive Liberalism dominated Breslau city politics throughout 



Aufsatze zur Relif?ionssoziologie I (Tübingen. 1986), pp. 1-16, and pp. 536-573; Idem, Wirtschaft und 
Gesellschaft (Tübingen, 1972). pp. 23-24, and pp. 201-203; Frank Parkin, Marxism gpd Class Theory (London. 
1979). pp. 60-71; Niklas Luhmann, "tnktiision/Fxklusion". Nationale und kulturelle Identität als Problem der 
politischen Neuzeit , ed. H. Berding (Frankfurt. 1994), pp. 15-45. csp. 25-30. and 39-45; Rudolf Sllchweh. 
"Inklusion in Funklionssyslcme der modernen Gesellschaft", Differenz und Verselbsländipung . ed. R. Mayntz 
(Frankfurt. 1988), pp. 261-93; Jeffrey C. Alexander, "Core Solidarily, Ethnic Oulgroup, and Social 
Differentiation", National and Eihnic Movements . ed. J. Dofny and A. Akiwowo (Beverly Hills, CA, 1980). pp. 
5-28. • 

'" Whclhcr German-Jewish culture ihrivcd is a matter of much debalc. In rccenl years most studies have 
cnjphasized thc vitalily of German Jewry; scc Shulamilh Voikov", Die Erflndung einer Tradition - Zur 
Entstehung des modernen Judentums in Deutschland," Historische Zeitschrift 253 (1991): 603-628; Jacob 
Borut, "A New Spirit Among Dur ßrcthrcn in Aslikenaz" (Ph.D. diss., Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1993); 
Michael Brenner, The Renaissance of Jewish Culture in Weimar Germany (New Haven, 1996). 



Imperial Germany, ycl ihcrc rcmained a slrong conscrvativc and ä successfui Calholic 
movement, both of whicii occasionally endorscd antisemitism. In addilion, Social Dcmocrals 
rcgularly represcntcd Breslau in ihe German Parliament sincc Ihe 1880s. For mosl of ihc 
ninctecnth cenlury tlic cily was Ihe second largest Prussian city afler Berlin, serving as Ihc capilal 
of Silesia, one of the largest Prussian provinces." 



III. Sociocconomic structures and residenlial pallerns cxcrted a considcrablc inipacl on Ihc livcs 
of bolh Jews and non-Jews in the cily. Whelhcr gauged by occupalions, incomcs or places of 
residencc, Jews always constituted a corc group within the cily's middle class. Tax rccords froni 
1906 suggesl that Jews conslilutcd about a quarter of Ihc city's middle class. 'Mf wc considcr 
annual earnings of 3,000 Marks-allowing at leasl some degree of conspicuous consumption--to 
be the fmancial threshold of moderate middle-class life, more ihan half of all male Jewish tax 
payers between the age of thirty and sixty earned a middle-class income (56.6%). Jews wcrc 
cven more prominent among the men of real means, as they constituted a Ihird of all male 
taxpayers earning over 10,000 Marks a year (32.1%). Breslau Jews such as the honorary 
Stadirat Alfred Marck, born in the city in 1860, seem lo confirm the convenlional vicw of 
German Jewry as overwhelmingly middle-class. The family had a disposablc income of over 
26,000 Marks a year, based equally on inlerest proceeds, rent revenues, and his salary as a judgc. 



" Statistisches Jahrbuch der Stadt Breslau 1922 (Breslau. 1922). p. 10; Kleines Statistisches Jahrbuch der Sta dt 
Breslau 1928 (Breslau. 1928). p. 17; see also Leszek Ziatkowski. "Rozwoj Liczebny Ludnoscl ZydowkieJ we 
Wrociawiu w Latach 1742-1914". Sobötka 46 (1991): 169-89; Andreas Rcinke, "Die Geschichte des Breslauer 
jüdischen Krankenhauses", Diss. TU Berlin 1995; Breslauer Statistik 33.1 (1914): 89-90; on Breslau politics in 
the Wiihelmian cra see Manfred Hettting, "Von der Hochburg zur Wagenburg: Liberalismus in Breslau von 
den 1860er Jahren bis 1918". Liberalismus und Region ed. Lothar Call and Dieter Langewiesche (München. 
1995), pp. 253-276; Statistisch-beschreibendes Handbuch der Wahlen zum preußi schen Abgeordnetenhaus 
1867-1918 . ed. Thomas Kühne (Düsseldorf. 1993); Studia e materiaiv z dziejöw slaska . Vol. 7., cd. A. Galos u. 
K. Popiolka (Breslau, 1966); Theodor Müller. Die Geschichte der Breslauer Sozialdemokratie. Vol. 2 (Breslau, 
1925), pp. 400-403. 

" This is based on two samples drawn from Breslau tax records of 1906; see Archiwum Panstwowe we 
Wrociawiu (hercafter: "APW"). Acta miasta Wroclawia (hereafter: "AMW"). K 156). Sample 1 (N = 1957) 
includes taxpayers No. I to 30 for cach of Ihe 67 tax districts. Sample 2 (N = 986) includes every tcnth Jewish 
taxpayer. Entries in the tax rccords generaliy provide Information on the tax payers address, date and place of 
birth. marilal Status, numbcr and age of childrcn, as well as a dctaiied analysis of both thcir income aiul various 
fmancial obligations, such as dcbls or Insurance premiums. I am Indebted to Andreas Lüking and Manfred 
Hettling for their generous assislancc. For a dctaiied discussion of sources and methods see thcir "Dürgei tum 
und Sozialstruktur. Methodische Überlegungen und ein Fallbeispiel." unpublished manuscript Bielefeld 1994. 

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Along with malcrial comfort came considcrablc social prestige. When Alfred Marck and his wife 
Rosa, ndc Heimann, crossed the strccl, "inany passers-by lifled their hals lo greel Ihem 
respcclfully". the firsl wife of their eldesl son Siegfried, Lola Landau, recalls. "Everybody lovcd 
and honorcd ihem like nobles".*' 

The majorily of Breslau Jews, howcver, did not bclong lo the middle class. A significanl 
Proportion of ihcm, parlicularly womcn, musl bc considcred poor. More ihan half of all male 
Jewish (57%) and eighly-scven percenl of female Jewish lax payers earned less than 3,000 
Marks annually. Threc out of four Jewish women between thirty and sixty, and six out of tcn 
over sixly years of age had to live on less than 1,200 Marks a year. Even if such an income did 
not neccssarily mean dcstilutioii. il certainly excludcd Ihem from the middle class. The influx of 
Eastern European can hardly account for Jewish poverly, because the income of Breslau Jews 
did nol differ according lo place of birth. In 1906, Jews born in Breslau were just as likely lo be 
poor as those born in Eastern Europc. Whatever the precise rcason for Jewish impecuniosity in 
Imperial Germany was, il is clear Ihat therc is a whole world of Gcrman-Jewish experience Ihal 
has bcen missed by those scholars whose work rests largely on memoirs wrilten by middle-class 
Jews.'^ Moritz Krebs, born in the districl of Kreuzburg, Upper Silesia, in 1860, is no less lypical 
of Breslau Jewry than Alfred Marck. The Krebs family had to subsist on his annual pehsion of 
500 Marks. While il was less than a half-hour walk to gel from Ihe fashionable lodgings of the 
Marck's to the sinall apartmcnt of the Krebs family in Ihe Vincenzslrasse, they lived worlds 
apart. In the Vincenzslrasse, rents were low and apartmenls small. Mosl of Ihe slreel's 
inhabitants were poor, as was the sanitalion. So poor, in fact, that inhabitanls filed a desperate 
complainl lo the municipal aulhorilies during acholera epidemic in the i890s.'* 

While Jews lived in economically diverse neighborhoods, a bird's eye vicw of Breslau 
residcntial pallerns reveals considerable concentration. The city's Jewish middle class tended to 
live in more cxclusive and prosperous neighborhoods and contribuled subslanliaJIy to the 
movement of the middle and upper-middle class into the suburbs afler the turn of the Century. 



" APW. AMW. K 156. Steuerbezirk 40. Nr. 2266 (Tax records of Alfred Marck); Lola Landau, Vor de m 
Vergessen: Meine D rei Leben (Frankfurt/M.. 1987). p. 24. See also: Hans-Holger Paul. "Siegfried Marck," 
Neue Deutsche Biographie 16(1990): 120-22. 

'^ Tliis seriously limiis the .scope of two outstanding contributions to the social history of German Jewry; see 
Marion Kaplan, Tlie Makinp of the Jewish Middle Class (Oxford, 1991). and Jüdisches Leben in Deutschland , 
ed. Monika Richarz. 3 Vol. (Stuttgart, 1976-1982). see espccially the introduction to Vol. 2, p. 7. 

" APW, AMW, K 156, Stcucrbczirk 1 3, Nr. 2929 (Tax records of Moritz Krebs); "Beschwerde der Bewohner der 
Otto- und Vincenzstrasse" (APW, AMW. III. 8705, f. 167). 



Rcsidcntial discrimination does not appcar to have been a factor in determining where Jews 
livcd. And. despilc thc high concentration of Jews in certain ncighborlioods. thc majority of 
inhabitanls was non-Jewish, even on thosc streets where the Jewish share was highcst. 

As no lax records exisl, we can only speculate about what changes occurred in respect to 
Ihe class structure and residential patterns of Breslau Jews after World War I. It seems likeiy ihal 
with innation and the considcrable infiux of Eastcrn European Jews, Jewish povcrty in Breslau 
increased. The share of Breslau Jews primarily living on interest procceds and pensions droppcd 
from eighteen percent in 1907 to fourteen percent in 1925. "The constant rise of living 
expenses". the Breslau Jüdische Volkszeitung noted in 1922, "has led to poverty and difficulties 
even in circles ihat had lived comforlably well so far".'* The deterioration of their socioeconomic 
Position in the Weimar Republic coincided with a dramatic challengc to Breslau Jewry: thc surgc 
of polilical antiscmitisni in the postwar era. 



In Imperial Germany, Jews played a major role in the urban politics of many big eitles. As the 
Prussian ihrec class franchise cnabied them to exert political influcnce far bcyond thcir nuiiicrical 
share, Jews providcd a backbone of liberalism in Breslau. Jewish city councillors formed around 
forty percent of the liberal factions, which usually won more than half of the city Council seats. 
Jewish city politicians could hold any post in the municipal government except for that of mayor 
and deputy mayor, which were subject to approval by the central Prussian government in Berlin. 
With few exccplions, bctween 1870 and 1921, a succcssion of prominent liberal Jewish 
politicians - Wilhelm Freund (1886 to 1914) and Adolf Heilberg (1915 to 1921) - held the 
presiigious and intluenlial chairmanship of the city Council. Usually, they attained this by a 
unanimous vole including, ironically, thosc of several explicitly antisemitic councillors. Around 
the turn of the Century, the liberal faction of the city Council "included Jewish business mcn, 
doctors, and lawyers," Adolf Heilberg recalied in 1934, "but also quite a few peoplc, important 
and Icss important, who were bolh open-minded and convinced that Jews were decent and 
respcclablc people. At the same time they disdained the arrogance of reserve officers, high civil 



'• Figurcs for 1907 in: Statistik des deutschen Reiches 207 (1910): 594-595; for 1925: Die Devölkerungs- und 
Derursvcrhällnisse der Juden im deutschen Reich , ed. Heinrich Silherglpir (n>»rliii 1930). pp. 199-200; Jüdische 
Volkszeitung (hcrcaftcr: JVZ) I June 1922, No. 21. p. 4; Donald L. Nicwyk. "The Impact of Inflation and 
Depression on the Gerinan Jews." LDIYD 28 (1983): 19-36; idem, The Jews in Weimar Gcrnianv (Baton 
Rouge. 1980). pp. 17-19; Avraham Barkai, "Die Juden als sozioökonische Minderheitsgruppc in der Weimarer 
Republik." Juden in der Weimarer Republik , eds. Walter Grab and Julius H. Schocps (Stuttgart, 1986), pp. 338- 
339. 

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servants, and secondary school teachers while preserving their civic pridc". Even if a few 
antisemitic politicians ran cither individually or on the conservative ticket, the highly charged 
rhetoric of political antisemitism rarely surfaced before 1918 and seems to have been anathema 
to the city Council. In 1902, when an antisemitic councillor tried to altack a group of liberal 
politicians bccause they were Jewish, the mayor and the councillors forced him to apologizc at 
Ihe ncxt Session. '^ 

Illustrative of the relativly insigniflcant role played by antisemitism in local politics during 
the Wilhelmian era is the municipal authorilies* liberal and inclusive position on thc 
naturalization of Jewish immigrants, an issue that had vasl consequences for Jewish-Gentile 
rclations. In modern societies, as Rogers Brubaker recently noted, "this boundary bctween 
Citizens and aliens" has becomc "more important than cver"." For Immigrant Jews who had 
settied in Breslau, naturalization ended the thrcal of expulsion and providcd them with many 
Privileges, such as the right to vote (limited to male applicants until 1919). Thc qucstion of 
acquiring citizenship was particularly contentious because most of the Jewish applicants were 
immigrants from Eastern Europe, a group subjected to special vilification by anlisemites." 

Espccially in the last decade of Imperial Germany, the question of naturalization led to 
considcrable conflict betwecn Breslau and the Prussian State. While thc State had thc fmal word. 



" See Ileltling, "Hochburg." pp. 253-276; Kurt Schwerin, "Die Juden im wirtschaftlichen Leben Schlesiens," 
Jahrbuch der Schl esi$chen Fri cdrich-Wilhelms-Universltät zu Breslau 25 (1984): 106; Adolf Heilberg, 
Mcinoiien, Leo Baeck insciiute, NY. p. 316; AÜgemeine ^itung des Judenthums 3 Septeml)cr 1915. Beilage, 
p. 2; Till van Rahden. "Weder Milieu noch Konfession. Die situative Elhnizität der deutschen Juden im 
Kaiserreich in vergleichender Perspektive," Religion im Kaiserreich ed. Olaf Blaschke and Frank-Michael 
Kuhlemann (Gütersloh. 1996). pp. 422-423; Adolf Heilberg, "Memoiren." Leo Baeck Institute, New York. p. 
272. (Seite prüfen] 

Rogers Brubaker. Citizenship and Nationhood In France and Germanv (Cambridge. Mass., 1992), p. ix. While 
the book is the finest study of naturalization questions in modern German history, its focus is restricted to the 
View from the top. Surprisingly little attention is paid to Ihe question of the naturalization of Jewish immigrants 
'" tJOth Paths of Emancipation: Jews. States and Citizenship . eds. Pierre Birnbaum and Ira Katznelson 
(Princeton, 1995), and Peter Pulzer, Jews and Ihe German State: The Political Historv of a Minoritv. 1848-1933 
(Oxford, 1992). 

Jack Wcrthciincr, Un wclcomc Stran ucrs: E ast European Jews in Imperial Germany (Oxford, 1987); Steven E. 
Aschheim, Brothers and Slranccrs: The Easi Rnrnp^nn Jr- w jn German and German-Jewish Co nsciousness. 
I8Q0-1923 (Madison, 1982); Massimo Ferrari Zumbini, "Große Migration und Antislawismus. Negative 
Ostjudcnbildcr im Kai.serreich," Jahrbuch für Antisemitismusforschun g 3 (1994): 194-226; Trude Maurer, 
Ostiudcn in Deutschland. 1918-1933 fllamhurg, 19S6) 



cilics played a considerablc role in ihc naturalizalion pioccss, Once an immigrant had applied for 
cilizenship. thc chicf conslublc askcd thc municipal aulhoritics lo cvalualc Ihc appiicaiU's 
economic Standing and morai characler.'° Because the city based ils reasoning entircly on thc 
principle of social closure, it rccommendcd ihal all applicants bc naturalizcd unIcss Ihcy had 
previously reccived poor relief in the past'or seemed likely to becoine a bürden lo the cily's poor 
relief System. Whcn thc Russian tobacco worker Helene Jankowski applied for cilizenship in 
1908, the magistrate strongly urged thc provincial govcrnor "not to grant citizenship", pointing 
out that she had reccived poor relief for years and Ihat "further deniands on public wclfarc" 
seemed probable.^' The final dccision of the Prussian State, in contrast, was based on the 
principle of exclusion. Thc provincial governor rejected thc vast majorily of Jewish applicants 
whose natural ization had bcen rccommendcd by the city. Betwecn 1908 and 1914, thc city 
rccommendcd to naturalize all forty-cight Jewish applicants, whercas the provincial governor's 
Office refuscd lo grant citizenship to ncarly all of thcm and only naturalizcd cighl. This was all 
the more striking in view of the fact that the State sometimes conferred citizenship to non-Jewish 
applicants whom the city had rejected out of fear that they would apply for poor relief in thc 



future 



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Whilc the city did not question the principle of jus sanguinis as such, it pursued a much 
more inclusive policy than the Prussian State. True, thc policies of thc provincial governor's 
Office in Breslau support Jack Wcrtheimer's conclusion that the Prussian government's attitude 
towards thc naturalization of Eastern European Jews was "fundamentally negative"." Yet a 
close look at the assessments by the city reveals neutral or even positive Images of Eastern 



'" For Ihe legal basis for Ihc city's role scc § 8 of the "Gesetz über die Erwerbung und den Verlust der Bundes- 
und Staatsangehörigkeit. Vom I. Juni 1870" (Bundes-Gesetzblatt des Norddeutschen Bundes . No. 20, pp. 355- 
160: Paul Ijiband. Staatsrecht des Deutschen Reiches . Vol. 1 (Tübingen, 1911), pp. I62-I74,esp. p. 171. 

" APW, AMW III 7478, f. 144-145. For similar arguments see the cascs of Anton Ischpan (Ibid. III 7479.. f. 1 1 1- 
112); Gertrud Doleschal (Ibid., f. 198-199); Hedwig Busch, geb. Daumann (Ibid.. f. 220-221); Wenzel 
Kowarnilc (Ibid., f. 309-310); Martha Fischer, geb. Liebich (AMW III 7480. f. 89-92); Otlilie Benke geb. Au.st 
(AMW III 7481, f. 4-5); Hugo Hern (AMW III 7482, f. 311-312); Israel Finkenstein (AMW III 7482). Except 
for Finkenstein, all the applicants whom the city urged not to naturalize were probably non-Jewish. 

" Among others see the case of Ottilie Benke geb. Aust (APW. AMW III 748 1 , f. 4-5, 9-10, 54-57). A similar 
picture emerges from a list compilcd by the magistrate betwecn 1893 and 1898. Of all fourtecn Jewish 
applicants the city recommended lo naturalize thirleen. rejccting only one bccausc of povcrty. Tlic provincial 
governor, howcver, only naturalizcd two out of the fourtecn. In contrast. he naturalizcd forty-three non-Jewish 
applicants out of a total of sixty-nine (Ibid., 4991. f. 62-68). 

" Wertheimer, Unwelcomc Strange rs, p. 54. 



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European Jews, lauding Iheir moral character. The city's poor relief administration officially 
rcprcscnted thc magistrate's view, basing its dccision on municipal records on poor relief and on 
informal evaluation by districl prefects. After the turn of the Century, Breslau was divided into 
about 300 districts, eacli headed by a prefecl, an honorary official clected by the city Council." 
As they were both notables of local politics and part of the districts's social fabric, the various 
district piefccts were thc nearest cquivalenl to the vox populi of Breslau. None of thcir 
evaluations revcalcd a trace of antisemitism. Whcn Chaim Frenkcl, the owner of a cigarette 
Company originally from Min.sk applied for citizenship in 1909, the district prefect noted that he 
was not only ablc to support his family, but that all thc Frenkels were "respectable peoplc who 
enjoyed a finc reputation and were elegantly furnished". In a similar vein, anothcr district prefect, 
Hugo Martmann, rccommendcd thc naturalization of Hirsch Chaimoff, a factory manager and 
Turkish Citizen. "He has held the same Job for twenty years, makes 4-5,000 marks a year and has 
savcd a tidy suin of inoncy". Hartmann cxplained in an unusually long comment on November 2, 
1910. "Moreover, the family of Mr. Hirsch Chaimoff made a very good Impression on me". 
Bccaüse the provincial governor rejected thcir request despite thc city's endorsement, Hirsch 
Chaimoffs path to citizenship remaincd blocked. Only afler the exceptional Impetus of total war 
had suspendcd the state's policies of exclusion did the Situation change. Chaimoffs two sons— 
Leo .Ige twenty-four and Joseph age twenty-three-obtained citizenship after volunteering for 
combat units in September 1914, and Chaimoff himself secured this Status in May 1916." 

Ncither the city nor the State gave preference lo male applicants over female ones in 
naturalization procecdings. Howcver, the district prefects tended to emphasize different 
qualities-such as decency and sexual propriety--when recommending female applicants. The city 
' piaised female Jewish applicants and supported thcir request for naturalization which the 
provincial governor routinely denied. Minna Seelig, an American-Jewish immigrant, was one of 
thc many Jewish applicants attempting to secure citizenship in vain, even if the district prefecl 
had recommended her naluralizalion noting Ihal she was "a decent person living in comfortable 
circumstances". In April 1914, thc Russian Jewish immigrant Hertha Baumann, n6e Rosenbaum, 



'* On thc Stadibezirksvorsteher scc "Bezirksvorsteher," Handwörterbuch der Preußischen Verwaltung . Vol. I 
(Leipzig. 1911), pp. 303-304. 

^^ On Chaim Frenkcl .scc APW, AMW III 7479. f. 135-137. For thc state's rejeclion see Ibid. f. 149. To thc best 
of n>y knowledge Frenkcl never rcapplied. On Hirsch Chaimoff scc Ibid., 7480, f. 47-48. For Josef Chaimoffs 
case see: Ibid.. 7482. f. 181-182, and f. 233; for Leo Chaimoff see: Ibid., 7482, f. 195-197, and f. 286; for 
Hirsch Chaimoff see Ibid., 7483, f. 1 74- 1 75. and f. 1 76. 



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originally from Slaworzcno and one of Ihc lucky few to bc naturalized, was praiscd as "a most 
decent womaii"." 

If Ihe Support of muncipal aulhoritics and dislricl prefecls for Ihc naturalizalion of Jcws 
from Easlem Europe scrvcs as a measure of Jcwish inclusion in Breslau, even the cily's Ostjuden 
enjoyed some degree of rcspectability and acceptance in at least part of llie wider Community. 
Ncvertiieless, for many Jewisli immigrants applying for citizenship prescntcd a gruclling ordcal. 
As a young man of lliirty-onc, Alexander Posner, a wcll-off mcrchant of Russian citizenship 
earning about 10,000 Marks annually, first filed for naturalizalion in 1898; hc reapplied in 1908, 
and undertook his Ihird altempl in 1914, wilh citizenship only granted in November 1918." 

Given the upheaval of war, defeat and revolution, the postwar crisis and the disruplivc 
cffccts of Inflation and hypcrinflalion, the early Weimar years brought a sca changc in urban 
politics in Breslau. Ironically, il was the democratization of urban politics that reduced Jewish 
inclusion in this sphere. The introduction of universal suffrage in communal elections in 1919 
ended both the political clout that Breslau Jewry had enjoyed under the Prussian thrcc class 
franchise as well as the liberal dominance of the ciiy parliamcnt. Reflecling a more general ' 
"disenchantmcnt wilh bourgcois politics" (Bernd Weisbrod), the number of left liberal cily 
councillors, who had controlled municipal politics between 1870 and 1918, plummeled from 
eighty-threc to just five by 1924, only one more than the explicilly antiscmilic German Völkish 
Freedom Party ( Deutschvölkische Freiheitspartei )." Unless ihey were willing to coopcrale wilh 
Social Democrals, now ihe dominant force in local politics, Breslau middle-class Jews becamc 



" For Scciig scc APW, AMW III 7479. f. 168-171. and f. 248. For ihe casc of Bcrlha Bauinann scc Ibid., 7482, f. 
64-66. and f. 112. 

" AMW III 4991. f. 66v, No. 85 (1898): Ibid.. 7478. f. 159-160; Ibid.. 7482. f. 203-204. 

^* Kleines Statistisches Taschenbuch für die Stadt Breslau , ed. Statistisches Amt Breslau (Breslau. 1928), p. 5 1 ; 
the Deutschvölkische Freiheilspartei was a successor Organization to the DeuLschvölkischer Schutz- und Trutz- 
Bund , see Uwe Lohalm, Völkischer Radikalismus: Die Geschichte des Deutschvölkischen Schutz- und 
Trutzbundes 1919-1923 (Hamburg. 1970), pp. 283, 316; Bernd Weisbrod, "Tlie Crisis of Bourgeois Society in 
Interwar Germany". Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany: Comparisons and Contras ts. cd. Richard Bcs.scl 
(Cambridge. 1996), p. 29; among all large German cities it was in Breslau whcrc the NSDAP, {xilling 43.5%, 
received the largest share of votes by the early 1930s; see Monatsberichte des statistischen Amtes der Sta dt 
Breslau 59 (1932): 47-49; Detlev Schmicdhcn-Ackcrmann. "Großstädte und Nationalsozialismus 1930-1945", 
Nationalsozialismus in der Reg ion, ed. Horst Möller and others (München, 1996), p. 253. 

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pölitically homcless. Breslau, morcover, bccame a "fronlicr cily" entangled in Ihc German-Polish 
conflict over Upper Silesia that involved radical nalionalislic and oflen anlisemitic forccs.^' 

In the immediate postwar era, Jewish-Gentile relalions also took a tum for the worse as 
violence directed against Jews repealedly larnished Breslau politics, reflecling both incrcasing 
antisemitism and the rise of violence as an accepted means to political ends— a development 
inirroring changes in olher German cilies.'° Wilh the support of both the Schlesische Zeilung - 
Breslau's oldesl daily and pölitically close to the DNVP - and deutsch-nationale polilicians, 
Freikorps units and the Third Marine Brigade controlled the cily during the Ka pp-Pulsch in mid- 
March 1920. While the counterrevolutionaries killed allogether six people, the most nolorious 
murder was that of Bernhard Scholtländer- a murder, as the Jüdische Volkszeitung noled in 
rclrospcct, commitled bccause hc was Jewish. Scholtländer came from a prominent upper-class 
Jcwish family in Breslau but had begun working as a Journalist for Ihe independent socialist 
papcr SclilesivSchc Arbcitcr-Zcitun g during the revolution. By early 1920, he had become an 
influcntial figurc among the radical left in Breslau, playing a leading role in the cily's USPD as 
well as Iwo Jewish socialist organizations, the "Bund" and "Poale Zion". "His supporters, both 
woikcrs and inleltcctuals", the lawyer Max Moses Polkc recalls in his memoirs, "looked up to 
him as if he was a saviour"." Once the righl-wing rebels had gained conlrol of the cily on March 



" The Jcwish prcss often complalned aboul antisemitism among Gentian natlonalisls in Upper Silesia; scc Inj 
deutschen Reich 20 (1914): 246-251, and ML 27 (192 1): 210-21 1, 226, 248; "Die antisemitische Hetze In 
Oberschlesien", JVZ 28. November 1919, No. 45: 5; "Deutsch-völkische Verlogenheit", IfelsL 24 Fcbruary 1922, 



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8. 91. and 102. 

'" For bricf reviews of anlisemitic violence In tlie poslwar era generally see Niewyk, The Jews in Weimar 
Germany. p. 51; van Rahden. "Ideologie und Gewalt", p. 28, n. 55 and 56; on the pervasiveness of political 
violence in early Weimar Germany see especially: Feldman, The Great Disorder , who argues that "a 
gencralized anger and barberization" coincided with hyperinflation (p. 702); Bessel, Germany After the First 
World War , esp. pp. 261-263; Dirk Schumann. "Der aufgeschobene Bürgerkrieg: Sozialer Protest und 
Politische Gewalt in Deutschland," Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft 44 (1996): 526-544. 

" See "Was Ichren uns die Ereignisse des 13. März?", JVZ 26 March 1920, No. 1 1. p. I and p. 5: "Am nächsten 
steht uns der Fall des Juden Schottländer, der sicherlich letzten Endes seiner Religion wegen zum Märtyrer 
werden muBtc." "Gedächtnisfeier für Bernhard Scholtländer", iJbü 24 March 1921, No. 12. See also the 
obiluarics by the "Bund" and the "Poale Zion" in Schlesische Arbeiter-Zeitunp 29 June 1920, No. 71; Max 
Moses Polke, "Mein Leben in Deutschland vor und nach dem 30. Jan. 1933", Houghton Library, Cambridge, 
MA, p. 27; for appraisals of Scholtländer similar to Polkc's see Willy Cohn . Verwehte Spuren: Erinnerungen 
an das Drcslauer Judentum vor seinem Unterp anp (Köln, 1995), p. 394, and Aron Heppner, Jüdische 
Persö n lichkeiten in und aus Breslau (Breslau, 1931), p. 41. On the Schlesische Zeitunp in the Weimar era see 

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14, 1920, Ihey abducled, tortured, and brutally inurdercd Schotlländcr in a manner Ihal rccalied 
Ihc savage killings of Rosa Luxemburg in January 1919 and of Gustav Landauer in May 1919." 
On August 27, 1920, Icss Ihan six months afler the Ka pp-Putsch . and following a dcmonstralion 
in Support of German Upper Silesia, an antisemitic mob ransacked a Jewish-owncd dcparlment 
Store and altcmpled to vandaiizc a hotel known for housing Eastern European Jews. They had 
already smashcd all the Windows and werc aboul lo cnler the building wiicn inunicipal jxjIIcc 
arrived and chased them away.^' Yet the antisemitic violence of August 1920 paies in 
comparison lo that of "Black Friday" on July 20, 1923. After a mass rally against unemployment 
and hyper-inflation, about 500 demonstrators stagcd an antisemitic riol that bcgan in the early 
afternoon and lasted until well past midnight. By the time police finally got maltcrs under 
control, the crowd had looted over a hundred shops, nearly all of them owned by Jews. "When 
the crowd came to a Christian störe". Die Freie Meinun g noted, "someone shouled: This is no 
Jcwl' And the mob ... moved on to the next Jew".'* 



Nortjcrt Conrads. "Die Schlesische Zeitung (1742-1945) ". Deutsche Zeitungen des 1 7.-20 Jahrhunde rts, cd. II. 
D. Fischer (Pullach. 1972), pp. 126-128. 



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As the only newspaper allowed to conlinue Publishing, the Schlesische Zeitung rcpeatcdly supportcd tlic Kapp: 
Putsch : see csp. Schlesische Zeitung 13 March 1920. Nr. 135. and "Festigung der Regierung. Der Umschwung 
in Breslau," Ibid. 15 March 1920. No. 137, p. 1-2; see also: "Die 'Schlesische Zeitung' in den Tagen des 
weißen Schreckens," Die Freie Meinung 22 March 1920. No. 10-12. p. 2; for a summary of evcnts in Breslau 
see ■ Rückblick aut die breslaucr Umsturztage, " lireslauer Morgen-Zeitun g 19 March 1920, No. 75, p. 2-3; Die 
Freie Meinung 22 March 1 920, No. 10-12; 27 March 1 920. No. 1 3; on the murder of Landauer see Werner T. 
Angress, "Juden im politischen Leben der Revolutionszeit," Deutsches Judentum in Krieg und Revolution 
1916-1923 . ed. Werner E. Mosse (Tübingen. 1971), pp. 264-265; and Norbert Seitz, "Gustav Landauer und die 
Münchener Räterepublik", 'Die beste Sensation ist das Ewige ...' Gustav Landauer: Leben. Werk und Wirkung , 
cd. Michael Matzigkeit. (Düsseldorf, 1995). pp. 272. 289. 

" Schlesische Arbeiter-Zeitung 28 August 1920, No. 95; Die Freie Meinung 28. August 1920, No. 35; 
. Schlesische Zeitung 27 August 1920. No. 432 and 433; "Die Drahtzieher der Breslauer Judenhetze". JVZ 3. 
September 1920. No. 33, p. I. Because the demonstraters also ransacked the Polish and French consulale. even 
the New York Times took nole of the incident (29 August 1920). 

'* Die freie Meinung 28 July 1923, No. 30; Breslauer Zeitun g 21 July 1923. No. 336; Ibü 22 July 1923, No. 348; 
Ibid. 10 November 1923, No. 528. 1 limit my discussion to collective antisemitic violence. The postwar era was 
also marked by numerous of incidences in which Breslau Jews encounlered antisemitic violence in cveryday 
life; see "Antisemitismus und Justiz." JVZ 10 February 1922. No. 6, p. 3; "Hakenkreuz und Davidstern. An die 
Adre.sse der 'Schlesischen Zeitung'," Ibid. 19 June 1922, p. 1 ; "Enlwi.scht - durch behördliche Verfügung," Ibid . 
7July 1922.No.26,p.4. 

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Wiiat is striking is not just the level of antisemitic violence in postwar Breslau but also 
the indifferent reaclion by at least part of the city's middlc class, the degree to which vandalism 
and brutality directed against Jews was tacitly or openly condoned. Willy Colin, a Jewish 
secondary school teacher, was apalled by his colleagues' response when Schottländer* s 
disfigured body was washed ashore just outside Breslau in late June 1920. "A fcw days ago", he 
notcd in his diary, "the corpse of the brutally murdered Bernhard Schottländer was found. I have 
not heard a Single word of condemnation among my colleagues". After the nationalist 
demonstration for Upper Silesia of August 1920 had gotten out of band, the Schlesische Zeitung 
dcnicd any spccifically antisemitic niotives, arguing instead that the riots were a direct and 
incvitable result of Allied, especially French policies towards Germany. "That this rable-rousing 
rag ( Ilctzor gan) is blaining anybody but thcmselves, denionstrates, tliat it intends to continue 
maligning our people", the Jüdische Volkszcitun g noted in a trenchant rejoinder: "It merely has 
an articie ready to whitewash itscif for the day afler the first pogrom". Once again ignoring the 
antisemitic essence of the riots of July 1923, the Schlesische Zeitung played on the spectre of an 
allcged Bolshevist threat. Some middle-class papcrs oscillating between the "Iron Gross on Ihc 
huiid and the Sovict and the Jewish Star on the othcr", an editorial notcd, had claimed that "the 
mass of immaturc boys and their fcinalc followers had bcen incitcd by aiitisemites". This, 
however, was "a foolish idca" as it was evident that the riots had been engineered by 
Conmiunists. The fact that practically all the shops looted were owned by Jews was only natural 
as "dose to all ready-made-clothing shops in Breslau were in the hands of Jews". Alfred Oehlke, 
cditor of Breslaucr Zeitung , the oldest and most respectable liberal daily, in turn, was iust as 
shocked by the violence itself as by the indifferent response. While lauding the police and the 
labor movement for their bravery, he denounced the city's middle class. Instead of intervening, 
bourgeois bystanders had turned a blind eye on events and therefore shared part of the blame. In 
a moment of crisis when "respect for bourgeois freedom, independence,and responsibility" was 
most calied for, Oehlke stated, they had neglected their "natural duty to intervene immediately 
wherever public order was threatened".'* 



" On the discovery of SchottlSnder's body see Die Freie Meinung 17 July 1920, No. 29, p. i; Breslauer General- 
Anzeig er 24 June 1920, No. 166; Schlesische Arbeiter-Zeitung 26 June to 6 July 1920, No. 70-74; Willy Cohn. 
Diarics, Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People (CAHJP) RP 88, Vol 21, enlry of 27 June 1920; 
"Schuld und Schuldige". Schlesische Zeitun g 29 August 1920. No. 436; "Die Drahtzieher der Breslauer 
Judenhetze," JVZ 3. September 1920. No. 33, p. 1; "Ordnung" and "Unruhen in Schlesien" bolh in Schlesische 
Zeitung 22 July 1923. No. 338; Alfred Oehlke, "Der Breslaucr Krawall," Breslauer Zeitung 22 July 1923, No. 
338. 



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If ihc dclerioralion of Jcwish-Gcnlile relalions in thc realm of politics afler 1918 was quitc 
dramalic, it was less markcd, but still clearly discernible in the area of schooling. Antisemitic 
hoslilily tarnishcd thc cvcryday lifc of Jewish studcnts and tcachcrs, and increasingly underniined 
a high degree of inclusion Ihat had existed bcforc 1914. Schools playcd a major part in 
determining the parameters of niinority Integration in modern society. Herc Gcrman Jcws 
cstablished friendships with non-Jews, cxpcrienced thc pleasurcs and travails of acculluralion, 
but also thc stark niiscry of discrimination. Between 1870 and 1918, almost all Jewish children in 
Breslau attended State or municipal schools which generally had a Christian character. The 
Jewish school System Ihat had flourished in thc carly nincteenth Century languished after 1860, 
wilh only a small number of Jewish girls attending the onc rcmaining Jewisli school. Exccpt for 
their exemption from Christian religious education and the righl not to attend school on reiigious 
holidays (a right they rarcly used), Jewish studcnts had thc same school experience as all thc 
othcr pupils. A former Jewish secondary school pupil, Alfred Kerr, who became thc most 
respected theater critic of thc Weimar Republic, recalled that there was "no Separation" betwccn 
Jcws and Gentiles. Jewish children thercfofc cxpcrienced the Standard academic ritcs of passagc, 
imbibing thc aura of classical and neo-humanist B ildung (self-formation), inculcating the 
nationalst and Protestant spirit, and enduring the usually severe tcachcrs. Instead of Icarning 
about thc Torah and the Talmud, Jewish Gymnasiasten studied Aristotle, Tacitus and Cicero, as 
well as Goethe and Schiller.^* 

In a city whcre the vast majority of children went to an ordinary elcmenlary school, the 
great majority of male Jewish students (80%) opted for a Gymnasium . As a rcsult, about twenty 
to twenty-fivc pcrccnt of all thc studcnts in thc Gymnasia wcre Jewish. A Jewish child was four 
to fivc times more likely to attend a grammar school than a Protestant or Catholic child. Thc 
cducational success of German Jcws has receivcd much attention and many scholars have 
emphasized the extra efforts made by Outsiders and the Jewish tradition of Icarning to explain 



'* All quantitative information on Breslau schools, especialiy the social background of the pupils is based on an 
analysis of the "Jahresberichte" of each high school including about 5,000 Gymnasiasten, as well as the 
statistics found in the Breslauer Statistik and thc Verwaltunpsbcrichte des Magistrats der Stadt Breslau . AlTred 
Kerr, "Lebenslauf, Für Alfred Kern ed. J. Chapiro (Berlin, 1928), p. 165, see also pp. 169-170, and p. 176. 
For other typical views of the experience of Jewish Gymnasiasten in Breslau see: Julian Krctschnicr, "Mein 
Leben in Deutschland vor und nach 30. Jan. 1933", Houghton Library, Cambridge, MA, pp. 4-5; Arnold 
Bernstein, "Erinnerungen. 1888-1964", ME 55, LBl, NY, pp. 2-3; Max Born, Mein Leben (München. 1975), 
pp. 48-51; Adolf Riesenfeld, "Diaries and Memoirs", LBl. NY, A 16/3. entries of 27 April and 6 July 1916. 

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this phenomenon. Whilc the significance of each factor may be difficult to evaluatc, an analysis 
of thc class background of male high school graduates between 1870 and 1910 strongly suggests 
that class rather than culture mainly detcrmined Jewish success in higher education. Social 
exclusivity dominated higher education in Breslau. Though only about ten pcrccnt of Breslau's 
Population was bourgeois, more than eighty percent of all high school graduates came from 
bourgeois fainilics. Because Jcws composed roughly a quarter of thc bourgcoisie, they 
constitutcd otie-fifth of all high school graduates. 

An intcrcsting example of Breslau school politics in regard to their cffect on Jewish- 
Gcntilc relalions is thc story of thc Johannesgymnasium . The opcning of this school in Octobcr 
1872 rcprcsentcd a triumph for Breslau's liberal municipal government, as well as a major step 
towards tangible Jewish cqualily. The school immediately hired six Jewish tcachcrs and, at Icast 
inilially, Jewish religious Instruction was obligatory for thc school's Jewish students and 
thcrcforc a part of their final cxains, something formcrly unheard of in Germany. Not 
surprisingly, thc Israelitische Wochenschrift lauded thc school as "a welcome precedent for many 
succssors". The Prussian stalc, howcvcr, strongly objected to this demonstration of cqual parity 
for Judaism wilh Christianity. In February 1876, thc Ministry of Education ordered thc municipal 
school board to end the obligatory character of Jewish religious Instruction, thereby reinforcing 
thc second-class Status of Judaism under the Prussian Constitution.'^ 

Thc Johannesgymnasium retaincd ils liberal spirit throughout Imperial and Weimar 
Germany. It cnjoycd an exccllent reputation among Breslau's Jcws. Charlotte Schacffer, thc wifc 
of a Jewish factory owner. remembered sending her son to the school because of its "hon nd less 
tolerance". One of its most famous graduates, thc sociologist Norbert Elias, also rccalls the 
Johannesgymnasium as onc of "thosc secondary grammar schools at which Jewish studcnts 
cxpcrienced very little or no hidden or open antisemitic hostilities". Although locatcd in a 
neighborhood with a less-than-average percentage of Jcws, the portion of Jewish students 
constantly rose and exceeded thirty percent by 1900. In any event, thc school did not bccome a 
"Golden Ghetto" for the sons of Breslau's Jewish bourgcoisie, but rather cstablished itself as a 
highly cxclusive and well-respccted Institution for the whole city. In a debate on the 
denominational character of the city's schools in 1910, the mayor noted thc 
Johannesgymnasium 's tremendous success with Christian as well as Jewish parents. The class 



" Das höhere 3chulwesen in Preussen, Vol. 1, ed. L. Wiese (Berlin, 1863), p. 165; Idem . Vol. 2, (Berlin, 1869), 
P- '73; All Ecmcine Zeitung des Judenthums 33 (1869): 743-745, 34 (1870): 186u. 288, 35 (1871): 822. and 41 
(1877): 280; Israelitische Wochenschrift 1. 1870. 247-248, 269; 3 (1872): 269 and 353-354; 8 (1877): 139 and 
367. 



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' background of Ihe school's graduates became increasingly exclusive. The number of the schoors 
students from a lower-middle class or working-class background consequcntly declincd from 
about fourteen to scven percent." 

In some instances, Breslau's Jews experienced antisemilismin the city's schools in Ihc 
Wilhelminian era. The general trend, however, points to a high degree of inclusion rather ihan 
exclusion. Municipal authorities supported aclual Jewish equalily in the cily's schools; thcy wcrc 
willing to integrate Jews as Jews. Strong Opposition from the antisemitic Prussian burcaucracy, 
favoring notions ofa Christian State, curtailed the city's liberal policies. Jews as individuals might 
be acceptable, but Judaism had to remain a second-class religion. Breslau Jews embraced the 
public school System, despite these limits, as it offered the necessary means for educational 
advancement. Those that hoped to establish a separate Jewish school System formcd a small 
minority; even the majority of orthodox Jews derided them as backward." 

After 1918, antisemitism made considerable inroads into the city's schools, although in 
this case the contrast between the Wilhelmian and early Weimar era was not quitc as niarked as 
in the sphere of politics. Even if there had been isolated incidences of antisemitism in Breslau 
schools before 1914, after 1918 Jewish teachers and students encountercd aniniosity and 
hostility more frequentiy. In 1921, when the municipal schoolboard intended to transfer Willy 
Cohn to the Viktoriaschule , one the city's secondary schools for girls, the parents' advisory 
Council successfuUy schemed against his employment by using slander. The schoolboard thcn 
transferred Cohn to the Elisabeth-Gymnasium, a secondary school traditionally only hiring 
Profp^fanf« Aonin thp: narpnfs' advisnrv roiinril of th« school nrotested npninst hirinp a Jewish 
teacher. Only after the schoolboard made it clear that it would not reconsider its decision, did 
their resistance abate. Quite a few of the non-Jewish students were little better than their parents. 
In many of the city's high schools they inscribed the school buildings with swastika graffiti, 
distributed Ihousands of flyers of an antisemitic character, and challenged the aulhority of Jewish 
teachers by openly displaying their animosity in class. By March 1921, the Situation had become 



'• Charlotle Schaeffcr, "Bilder aus meiner Vergangenheit", 1865-1890, LBI, NY, ME 562, p. 29; Norbert Elias, 
Norbert Elias üt>er sich selbst (Frankfurt, 1990), p. 1 10; the mayor quoted in Jüdisches Volksblatt 16 (1910): 
482; See also Cohn, Verwehte Spuren , pp. 295-296; Wolfang Pax, "Bist Du auch ein Johanneer? Erinnerungen 
an die 20er Jahre," Mitteilungen des Verbandes ehemaliger Breslauer und Schlesier in Israel 41 (1977): 8. 

" See for example Ihe exchanges in Jüdisches Volksblatt 10 (1904): 337-338, 347-348. 381 ; and IM 16 (1910): 
48-49, 63, and 485. 



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SO endemic that the municipal school inspector publicly acknowledged the pervasivencss of 



antisemitism in Breslau schools and called for immediale countermeasures. 



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Throughout the Wilhelmian pcriod and the Weimar era, private and public forms of sociability- 
particularly associational life and marriage pattems-also constituted an important facet of 
rclations bclwccn Jews and other Breslauers. Few barriers limited Jewish inclusion in urban 
associations. With the exception of expliciüy Christian and overtly antisemitic associations, the 
great majority were open to Jews, including sports clubs, Choral, music, and art societies, the 
liberal section of the Breslau freemasonry, numerous professional associations, as well as charity 
and welfare organizations which were also open to Jewish women.^' When antisemitism surfaced 
in associational life, Jewish mcmbcrs and the majority of Gentile membcrs reacted strongly 
against it. In some cases, they voted antisemitic members out of boards and either elected 
decidedly liberal or Jewish members as replaccments.^* 



^" See Willy Cohn. Verwehte Spuren , p. 293-294; "Judenhetze in der Schule." JYZ 4 July 1919. p. 6; 
"Antisemitismus und konfessionelle Schule," lJ2i$L 24 March 1921, p. 4; "AlldeuUche Schüler," Die Freie 
Meinung 14 February 1920. No. 7; "Ein antisemitisches Gymnasium. Das Elisabethaneum," Ibid, 2 Octot)er 
1 920, No. 4 1 ; "Volkserzieher." Schlesischc Arbeiter-Zeitung 3 April 1920, No. 34. 

** Oihcr than the associations listed in van Rahden, "Weder Milieu noch Konfession", pp. 422-423, sec 
"Rechenschaftsbericht des Breslauer Kindergarten-Vereins für die Geschäftsjahre 1915/1916 und 1916/1917," 
Breslau 1917 (APW. AMW III. 7363, f. 9); "70. Jahresbericht des Frauenvereins zur Speisung und Bekleidung 
der Armen in Breslau (Suppenanslalten) für 1902", Breslau 1902 (APW, AMW IIl, 7435. f. 86); "Fünfzehnter 
Jahresbericht des Vereins für die Besserung der Strafgefangenen in der Provinz Schlesien", Breslau 1897 
(APW, AMW 111. 7577, f. 195); "Breslaucr Radfahrer- Verein 'Wralislavia' 1887/90. Mitglicderverzeichnis 
Mal 1902"; "Namen-Liste sämmtlicher Mitglieder der Johannis-Loge Horus im Orient Breslau", Breslau 1907 
and 1919; "Mitglieder=Verzeichnis der ... Johannisloge 'Hennann zur Beständigkeit'", Breslau 1907 and 1919; 
"Mitgliedcr=Verzeichnis", Zeitschrift des Vereins für Geschichte und Alterthum Schlesiens 21 (1887): 448- 
463, and 35 (1901): 390-414; E. Bohn, Festschrift zur Feier des 25jähripen Bestehens des Dreslauer Orchester- 
Vereins (Breslau. 1887); Idem. Bohn'scher Gesangsverein: Hundert historische Concertc (Breslau. 1905): 143- 
147; Breslauer Orchesterverein Denkschrift (Breslau, 1912); L. Sittenfeld, "Die Cieschichte des Vereins 
'Brcslauer Dichterschule'", [Breslau 1909]; "Concertgesellschaft Casino. Statuten und Mitgliederverzeichnis 
1868/69"; "Schlesischer Museumsverein Mitgliederlisten"; unless otherwise noted material on Breslau 
associational life can be found in the "Schlesisch-Lausitzschen Kabinett" of the University Library of Breslau. 

" Allgemeine Zeitung des Judenthums 27 Dcccmber 1888: 825; Festschrift zur Feier des 25iährigen Bestehens 
der Sektion Breslau des Deutschen und Österreichischem Alpenvereins (Breslau, 1902). p. 5; Mitteilungen des 
Vereins zur Abwehr des Antisemitismus 4 (1 894): 213, 246, 255, and 279; Antisemitisches Jahrbuch fUr 1898 . 
ed. W.Gicsc (Berlin. 1898), pp. 150-151. . 

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After 1918, however, antisemilism becamc more pervaslve in Breslau associalional life. 
The lcx:al chapter of the Alpen verein effeclively cxcluded Jews in 1921. Antiseniitic members 
had tried the samc move in 1888 but had faiied and had themselves been forced to leave the 
association. And whereas scveral prcsidents of the city's medical association had been Jewish 
bcfore 1918, antisemitic doctors in early 1925 successfuily founded a rival medical association 
that excluded Jews, and vigorously campaigned for a boycott of Jewish doctors.^'' 

While interaction in associations docs not necessarily imply warm and amicable relations, 
intermarriages indicate Ihe high degree of Jewish assimilation as well as inclusion in socicty at 
iarge, and provide a window into the margins of German-Jewish life. Although it is well known 
that Jewish-Gcntile intermarriage rales rose considerably after 1900, the history of marriages 
between Jews and olher Germans remains shrouded in myth. 

Few areas of general relations between Jews and othcr Germans have elicited commcnts 
by contemporaries as bizarre as tliose conccrning intermarriages. For many Jewish and Gentilc 
contemporaries, intermarriages indicated moral decay. Impoverished aristocrats or swanky 
lieutenants married rieh Jewish women for their fortunes and together they made it to the front 
page of the "Simplicissimus".^^ The sexologist Max Marcuse argued that a great number of thosc 
who intermarried wcrc "neurotics" and that intermarriages reflected "psychological deformily" 
leading to "a no doubt often dismpted family life". Similarly, the sociologist Werner Sombart 
insisted that children of intermarriages lacked "mental balance". The Jewish sociologists Tänzer 
and Theilhaber issued an even more alarming verdict, arguing that the offspring of intermarriages 
frequenily wem on to a iife of crime. Confiaiing his disiike of lefi iic>erais and mixcd marriages, 
the Breslau Zionist Willy Cohn argued that it was "no coincidence that somc Aryan democrats 
intermarried, as inconsistency was the essencc of both left liberals and racial intermarriage"/' 
Zionists and Reform Jews, liberal non-Jews and antisemites concurred in their negative 



*' "Streit zwischen jüdischen und christlichen Ärzten in Breslau 1923-1925," CAHJP, Inv. 1434, 5; Die jüdischen 
Ärzte und ihr antisemitische Geschäftsführer, in: Die Freie Meinung 1 1. Okt. 1924, Nr. 42. Beilage, S. 3. 
"Breslauer Brief," Jüdische Zeitung für Ostdeutschland 18 November 1924; and "Die judenfreien Berge," Ibid. 
19Dccember 1924. 

** See the cartoon in Ruth Gay, Geschichte der Juden in Deutschland (München, 1993), p. 191. 

** For an overview of many contemporary usually negative appraisals see W. Hanauer, "Die Mischehe," Jüdis ches 
Jahrbuch 3 (1929): 56-58; Cohn, Verwehte Spuren , p. 281 ; for an assessment similar to Cohn's see Albert 
Reibmayr, "Ueber den Einfluß der Inzucht und der Vermischung auf den politischen Standpunkt einer 
Bevölkerung." Politisch-Anthropologische Revue I (1901), Heft 1, quotcd by the Breslau Zionist Aron Sandler 
in his AnthroDolopie und Zionismus: Ein Populärwissenschaftlicher Vortrap (Brunn, 1904), pp. 41-42. 

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assessments, an eclectic and jarring alignment that reflected widespread gender anxieties and 
resembled middle-class views of working-class, especially female, sexuality. 

Historians have done very little to question these legends. Monika Richarz notes a "high 
incidence of intermarriages between Jewish women and members of the aristocracy". Dirk 
Blasius blames the relatively high divorce rate in Jewish-Christian marriages on "a long tradition 
of inslabiUty in Christian-Jewish marriages". Hannah Arendt and more recently Todd Endelman 
have argued that the statistics on intermarriage are misleading, since many of the "Christian" 
partners in mixed marriages were really converts from a Jewish background. Contrary to Arendt 
and Endelman but likewise without documentation, Alan Levenson, who recently completed a 
dissertation on intermarriage, Claims that intermarriage led to "a severance of ties with the 
Jewish world".^^ There are, however, exceptions. Marion Kaplan and Frances Henry briefly but 
sensitively discuss mixed marriages, while Kerstin Meiring has just completed a thoroughly 
rescarchcd and cogcntly argued dissertation on Jewish-Gentile intermarriages in Germany 
between 1850 and 1933.*" 

■ 

The rising rate of intermarriage in Breslau mirrored patterns found in other Iarge German 
eitles. Between 1890 and the mid- 1920s the intermarriage rate among Breslau Jews neariy 
quadrupled, from 1 1.2 to 39.2, peaking at 52.8 during the war years.^' Unlike other major 
German eitles, Jewish males in Breslau were only slightly more likely to choose a non-Jewish 



*^ Monika Richarz. "Jewish Social Mobllitv in Germanv Durine Ihe Nineteenlh Cenlurv Durine the Time nf 
Emancipation," LBIYB 20 (1975): 70; see also: Lamar Cecil, "Jew and Junker," IbkL: 49, who asserts that the 
Berlin Jewish high society entertained Junkers to match their daughters with aristocralic German grooms; Dirk 
Blasius, Ehescheidung in Deutschland (Frankfurt ,1992), p. 159. Todd M. Endelman, "Conversion as a 
Response to Antisemitism in Modern Jewish History," Living with Antisemitism: Modem Jewish Responses . 
ed. J. Reinharz (Manöver. NH, 1987), p. 79; Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism (New York, 1964), 
p. 64. While Arendt does not footnote her argument. a possible source might be Arthur Ruppin, Die Soziologie 
der Juden . Vol. 1 (Berlin, 1930), p. 219. Alan T. Levenson, "Reform Attitudes, in the Fast, Toward 
Intermarriage," Judaism 38 (1989): 321, 330. 

*^ Kerstin Meiring, "Ehen zwischen Juden und NichtJuden im 19. und frühen 20. Jahrhundert" (Ph.D. diss., 
Bielefeld, 1995); Frances Henry, Victims and Neighbors: A Small Town in Nazi Germanv Remembered . 
(South lIadley,MA, 1984). 

" Tlic following comparalive analysis of 369 Jewish-Gcntile intermarriages and a sample of 1 53 intra-Jewish 
marriages in Breslau between I9(X) and 1920 is primarily bascd on marriage records in Ihe registrar's offlce of 
Breslau and published municipal statistics, see Brcslauer Statistik 27 (1909), p. 151, and 33 (1914), p. 78*; see 
also H. Philippslhal, "Die jüdische Bevölkerung Breslaus", Breslaucr Jüdische Gemeindezeitung 8 (1931), p. 67 
for Ihe pcriod afier 1920. 

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partner Ihan were Jewish women. It thus seems improbablc that intermarriage reflecled a sexual 
disparlty among Breslau Jcwry, a demographic force that would havc pressurcd cithcr Jewish 
men or women to marry outside Ihc Jewish fold. Between 1899 and 1908, the gender ratio 
ainong Jews marrying Calholics remained even, while Jewish women accounted for 51.4% of all 
Jewish-Protestant intermarriages. In the war and postwar years, however, the sexual ratio of 
Breslau Jews opling for intermarriage convcrgcd wilh national trends, wilh Jewish nicn 
accounting for about 55% of all Jewish-Calholic and all Jewish-Protestant intermarriages. Wilh 
few exceptlons, Jewish-Gentiie marriages generally involved spouses of Jewish and Christian 
background. In over 350 recorded intermarriages between 1905 and 1920, only twenty involved 
former Jews as Christian spouses. 

One of the most notable characteristics of mixed marriages in Breslau during this period 
is (hat working- and lower-middle class Jews were more likely to intermarry than middle-class 
Jews, a contrast especially glaring in the case of Jewish women. Only half of all intermarried ' 
women came from a middle-class background, in contrast to more than thrce quarters of all 
brides in intra-Jewish marriages.^' Although a higher dcgree of anliscmitism ainong the middle 
class may account for some disparity, different marriagc stratcgies wielded a far greatcr 
influence. For the middle class. to a much higher degree than their working-class counterparls, 
marriage served to maintain and augmcnt cultural, social, as well as economic capital. It was 
primarily the Bürger and the Bürgerin who had family fortunes to win or lose in marriage. With 
Jewish-Gentiie intermarriages still a relatively recent phenomenon, membcrs of the middle class 

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Granby, nde Klinenberger, today recalls.^° 

At the same time, members of the middle class also tended to have a more sheltered 
adolescence than members of the working class, with strict mores limiting the opportunity for 
casual sexual relationships.^' In 1914, Lola Landau, daughter of a wealthy Jewish doctor from 



*' These results, based on an analysis of the professlons of the spouses as well as their fathcrs, should be used 
carefully, because class analysis based on professions is notoriously vague. For a discussion of the problems 
involved see: Lüking/HeUling, "Bürgertum und SozialsUvktur". 

'° Steffi Granby, Brief. London. March 18. 1996; her father Sigmund Klinenberger owncd a clothlng factory in 
Breslau (letter of September 9. 1995). I would like to Ihank Steffi Granby for sharing her memories of Jcwisli- 
Genlile relations in Breslau with me. 

" Gunilla-Friederike Budde. Auf dem Weg ins Büreerlebcn: Kindheit und ErziehunE in deutschen und 
englischen Bürgerfamilien (Göttingen. 1994). pp. 39-40, and passim; Reinhard Sieder. Sozialgeschichte der 
Familie (Frankfurt. 1987), p. 204-205; Kathleen Canning, "'The Man Transformed into a Maiden?' Languages 

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Berlin, met her first husband Siegfried Marck, the only son of Alfons Marck and a Privatdozent 
in philosophy al the University of Breslau, during a holiday trip to the Silesian mountains when 
she had just turned twenty. With both parents supervising their flirtation and cncouraging their 
engagement, sense and sensibility rather than romance characterized the affair. "I would like to 
read Plato with you", was Siegfried Marck's way of proposing to her: "Do you like the idea?" 
While young Lola did like the idea in 1914, she soon became disenchanled and by 1919 their . 
marriage had failed. In 1917, when riding a crowded streetcar in downtown Breslau, she 
encountered the man who would becomc her second husband, the non-Jcwish writcr Armin T. 
Wegner. "On the last platform I noticed a striking figure", she recalls in her autobiography, with 
a face "fair as if cul from a noble stone, and possessing a pcrfectly symmetrica! bcauty". Meeting 
sporadically in lilerary circles and political meetings of the peace movement, they sccretly 
entertained a passionate romance. Whereas her husband, who was involved with a Student of his, 
was willing to separate. Lola Landau 's father tried to block both divorcc and intermarriage by 
emotional blackmail. "If you get divorced to marry this person", Theodor Landau remonstrated, 
"you might as well be dead. For me you won'l exist anymore".'^ Even if Lola Landau's 
autobiography, writtcn in response to her gricf follöwing Armin Wegner*s death in 1978, reveals 
the complcx workings of mcmory, and even if their marriage was far from representative, 
Breslau marriage records convey a similar picture. 

The rislng number of mixed marriages developed in tandem with an independent and 
assertive *new woman': women as much as men who intermarried arguably were pioneers of 
more egalitarian relations between the sexes underminine traditional eender hierarchies. 
Marriage records reflect that both Jews and Genüles who intermarried, and particularly Jewish 
women, were more independent of their families, more adventurous and rebeliious than partners 

t 

in intra-Jewish marriages. While women in inü-a- Jewish marriages rarely worked, many , 
intermarried women, both Jewish and Gentile, pursued a professional careerj mostly as workers 
or petty Clerks, at least until their marriage,'^ Jews, especially women, choosing a non- Jewish 



of Grievance and the Politics of Class in German, 1850-1914", International Labor and Working-Class History • 
49. 1996, Ms. S. 5-7. S. 12, S. 17-19. . 

" Landau. Vor dem Vergessen , pp. 15; 64-65. and 145. Theodor Landau later developed "interest and respect" for 
Armin Wegner. nevertheless he continued to treat him as an "unwelcome son-in-law, a stranger formally . 
addressed by his last name." (Ibid.. p. 239) . 

" Between 1905 and 1909 40% of all Jewish intermarried women had a job. in contrast to only 10% of all women 
in intra-Jewish marriages (1919-1920: 50% to 20%). It was unusual for women to have a job before marrying 
and reflected badly on their families. "Im allgemeinen war es Tür die jungen Damen verpönt", Adolf Asch a 



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spouse werc also Icss likely lo be living with their parents. It is nolcwothy ihal in an agc whcn 
premarital sex was taboo, aboul a quarlcr of Ihe inlcrmarricd couplcs had aclually sharcd an 
apartment with Iheir partner before manying." 

The marriage agc of ihc spouscs also rcflcctcd Ihat partners in intcrmarriages fornied pari 
of a diffcrcnt crowd Ihan thosc in inlra-Jewish marriages. In particular, Jewish womcn who 
chose a Genlilc groom werc on thc averagc slightly oldcr (28 bclwccn 1905 and 1909) ihan liicir 
sislers in inlra-Jewish maniages (26 in 1905); morc importanlly, Ihey werc much closcr in age to 
their husbands than womcn in intra-Jcwish marriages. While only few intcnnarricd womcn werc 
ten or more ycars younger Ihan thc grooms, in more Ihan a Ihird of all intra- Jewish marriages tiie 
husband was at leasl ten ycars senior to his wife. Finally, scrutiny of thc wilnesses at the wcdding 
ceremonies suggests Ihat intcrmarriage tendcd to be an individual choice, whereas spouse 
seleclion in inlra-Jewish marriages rcmained influenced by familics of both spouscs. Between 
1905 and 1920, only a Ihird of all wilnesses of mixed marriages were fainily membcrs, in 
conlrasl lo two-thirds in inlra-Jewish marriages ." While the majority of inlra-Jewish marriages 
continued to be arranged, those Jews, particularly womcn, who chose a Gcnlile spouse scem lo 
havc bcen an independcnl lot, listening less lo family membcrs Ihan to their hearls. Even if Lola 
Landau omilled cxplicit mcnlion of intermarriage in a programmalic arlicle of 1929, she was 
probably recalling her own iwo marriages whcn she sharply contrasied thc "economic inslilulion 
of bourgeois marriage" to the "companionalc marriage". The laller unilcd "Ihe economically and 
intcUectually independcnl woman ... with her informed views and malurcd hcart, to thc man as a 
comrade"." 



Jewish lawyer from Posen notes in his memoirs. "einen bezahlten Beruf zu haben. Auch weniger beiniUeUe 
Eltern und ärmere Wittwen hielten meist ihre Tochter berufslos im Haus, um ein Herabsinken des 
Familienansehens zu vermeiden." quoted in: Jüdisches Leb en in Deutschland, ed. Monika Richarz, Vol. 2 
(Stuttgart. 1979). p. 230. 

" Prcsumably as a live-in couple. On the taboo of premarital sex see Retallack. Qermany. p. 63; Dudde. Auf dem 
Weg ins Bürgerleben . p. 40. 24% of all Jewish women marrying a Gentile groom between 1905 and 1909 had 
livcd with their future husbands. in contrast lo only 4 % of all women in intra- Jewish marriages. 

" Theexact figures werc: 31% to 64.9%, 1905-1909; 37% to68.9%. 1919-1920. 

" Lola Landau. "Die Kameradschaftsehe." Die Tat 20 (1 1 February 1929): 831-35; translated as "The 

. Companionate Marriage." The Weimar Rc pnhlic Sourcebook. eds. Anton Kaes. Martin Jay. and Edward 
Dimendbcrg (Berkeley, 1994). pp. 702-703; for general context see Ute Frevert. Fraucn-qeschichle; Zwischen 
Bürgerlicher Verbesserung und Neuer Weiblichkeit (Frankfurt. 1986), pp. 146-199; Jean H. Quatacrt. "Writing 
the History of Women and Gender in Imperial Gcrmany," Society. Culture. and the State, ed. Eley. pp. 43-66. 

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The rate of divorcc in niixed marriages rcmained low cven if it was higher than in inlra- ' 
Jewish marriages. Thc intcrmarriage of ihe Breslau Jew Franz Ungcrlcidcr and thc Protestant 
Gabriele Jakubczik, who had married on April 3, 1920 and gol divorccd on June 26 thc samc 
ycar, was anything but typical. True, in inlra-Jewish marriages divorcc was inuch less likely than 
in mixed marriages: only four percent of all Breslau inlra-Jewish couplcs married in 1905 
oblaincd a divorcc, compared to clcvcn percent of intcrmarriages between 1905 and 1909. Yct 
cven among inlra-Jewish couplcs wed in 1920 eighlcen percent succcssfuUy filcd for divorcc, 
mirroring the olhcr sidc of thc often over-hasty warlime weddings and the marriage epidemic of 
the post-war period which cffccted inlra-Jewish marriage and intermarriage alike. And while 
Ihirty percent of all postwar intcrmarriages eventually led to divorcc, had it not bcen for Nazi 
anti-Jewish policy, the number of tcrminalcd intcrmarriages may well have rcmained at a Utile 
over twcnly percent." The facl Ihat aboul four out of fivc Jcwish-Gcntile intcrmarriages 
rcmained intact may not indicate Ihat thcy were all harmonious rclationships; it suggests, 
howevcr, ihat both Jewish and Gentile partners struggled to make their marriages work, and 
general ly speaking succccdcd. " 

It is misleading lo cquate intcrmarriage with total assimilalion, bccausc more than a ihird 
of thc children in Jewish-Genlilc marriages receivcd a Jewish upbringing." Even if thc majority 
of childrcn in inlcnnaiiiagcs in Breslau were raised as Christians, a considerable number wci« 
raiscd as Jcws, especially whcn the groom was Jewish.*^ Being Jewish rcmained a meaningful 



'^ For the case of Ungerleider/Jakubczik see: Standesamt Breslau. Slandesamtsbczirk IV, 3 April 1920. Among 
couples that intermarricd during World War 1. only one out of flve cnded in divorcc. On divorces in ihe carly 
Weimar years see: DIasius. Ehescheidunp in Deutschland , pp. 157-59; Bessel. gegpany aftgr thc Fjrjt Wgriq 
. War. pp. 231-33. • 

" Thc resitancc of non- Jewish spouscs to Nazi policies also attests to the tenacious bonds formed in 
intcrmarriages; see Nathan Stoltzfus, "Widerstand des Herzens. Der Prolest in der Rosenslraße und die 
deutsch-jüdische Mischehe", Geschichte und Gesellschaft 21 (1995): 21 8-247; a fascinating insidc vlcw of üie 
difnculties facing these marriages can be gicaned from thc diary of Victor Klempcrcr. Ich will Zcupnis ablegen 
bis zum letzten. Tagebücher 1933-1945 . 2 Vols. (Berlin. 1995). 

" It is generally assumed that Jcws marrying Gentile spouscs werc "lost Jcws". Donald J. Nicwyk. T he Jews in 
Weimar Gennanv (Baton Rouge. 1980), p. 98; Rozenblit. Kaplan; Shmuel Elllnger, "The Modern Period". A 
History of thc Jewish People cd. Haim Hillei Ben-Sasson (Cambridge. Mass.. 1976), pp. 791, 860, and 946. 

^ In 1900. just under forty percent of all children in Jewish-Christian intcrmarriages were Jewish, and in 1910 
thc figurc was jusl below thirty percent. At thc samc lime, in 1900 more tlian half of all children with a Jewish 
fathcr and a Protestant mothcr. and a Utile less than half of all children of a Jewish father and a Catholic • ■ 
mother, receivcd a Jewish rearing (The cxact figures werc 55.9%, and 47. 1%). 

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Option for the thrce children of Lola Landau and Armin T. Wegner. Addressing his daughter 
Sybille as "My child! My liulc Jewcss!" Armin Wcgncr urgcd her to dcfcnd bolh her JudcnUmi 
and Deutschtum when she entered school.*' For some Jews, choosing a Gentile spouse 
reprcscntcd the ullimate break with Jewish tradition. For others, it constituted one variety of 
whal has bcen termed situational ethnicily, a concept which emphasizes the high degree to which 
cthnicity is bound to social silualions. Although the Jewishncss of inlcrmarricd Jews was morc 
problematic and fragile than for olher Jews, it may well have been iniportant and nicaningful to 
thcm in some situations, such as family gatherings or religious celebrations, whercas in others it 
was not. Ccrtainly Iheir Jewishncss was a new and unfamiliar sight and as such a disturbing 
phenomcnon to bolh Jewish and Gentile observers, but it was also one of many ways to bc 
Jewish in early twenticth-ccntury Breslau.* 

The high degree of intermarriage suggests that the city's social life offered amplc 
opportunity for Jews and other Brcslauers to develop more meticulous bonds of intimacy than 
has been assumed. Thls bccanic cspecially true for Ihc working and lower-middle class, Icss for 
the middlc class--a difference serving as a reminder that in the case qf inlcrmarriages, class 
influenced the degree of German-Jewish inclusion considerably. The tum-of-the-ccntury Jewish 
discussion of intermarriages also revealed this class difference: the discoursc primarily reflcctcd 
middle-class Jews talking about working and lower-middle class Jews. Not surprisingly, thcy 
cmployed stereotypes about sexual mores similar to those found in the Gcrman middlc class at 
large. 



•' Undau. Vor dem Vergessen , p. 274; II may be no coincidence ihal Wegner pubüshed a sympathclic account of 
ihe carly Zionlsl seUlcmcnis afier travelling lo Palesüne wiih Lola Landau in the late 1920s; sce Ibid.. pp. 265- 
280 for their journey to Paicstine); sec the chaptcr "Jakobs Kampf mit der Erde" in Armin T. Wcgncr. Am 
Kreuzweg der Weiten (Berlin. 1930); and Ja pd durch das tausendjährige Land (Berlin. 1932); the German- 
Jewish press praised both books. see Nadja Stein. Jakobs Kampf mit der Erde. piStter für die j üdische Frau 25. 
Juli 1930. and Der Israelit 27. April 1933 (Armin T. Wegner. Fällst du . umarme auch die Erde, Prosa - Lyrik - 
Dokumente . (Wuppertal, 1974), p. 286]. , • 

"Sce Jonathan Okamura, "Situational Ethnicity". Fthnic and Racial Studies 4 (1981): 452-65; my argumenl 
builds on two seminal contributions to German-Jewish history by Marion Berghahn [ Gcnnan-Jcwish Rcfu gccs 
in England (London. 1984). pp. 9-46] and Shulamith Volkov, sce her "Die Erfindung einer Tradition ". For a 
more extensive discussion sce van Rahden. "Weder Milieu noch Konfession", pp. 409-434. 1 am also indebtcd 
to Dcborah Dash Moorc's insighlfui and provocative discussion of intermarriage in her Tq thg Golden Citie.5 . 
purMiin p the American Jewish P renm in Miami and L.A. (New York. 1994). pp. 271-273. 

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IV. It seems fair to say that Jewish integration in Breslau was higher than niight havc bccn 
expccted. Wilhelminian Breslau was certainly not a model mullicultural society. Much of the 
discrimination that German Jews generally experienced-in naturalization procecdings. the 
niilitary, the civil servicc, the judiciary, and Ihc universities-did not. howcver, originate with 
niunicipal governments, but ralher in conservative and iraditional State politics. This 
discrimination hurt, and Jewish dcfence agcncies joined forces with their liberal allics to combat 
inslilutional prejudice. Contrary to Shulamith Volkov's assumption-rcprcscnting the dominant 
View among scholars of German antisemitism-that "on the eve of World War I, anüscmiüsm 
flourished in associations and organizations, in Student organizations and aniong organized civil 
servants, tcachcrs, lawyers, and doctors," the myriad forms of Jcwish-Gcntilc intcracüon in 
rcsidcntial patlcrns. schooling, associations, and intermarriages indicate that, at least in Breslau, 
the walls of social anlisemitism werc less fomiidable. Exclusion directed against Jews was the 

cxccption, inclusion the rule. 

The history of Jewish-Gcnüle relations in late Imperial Gcrmany is a story of bolh 
success and of failure. Rather than simply constituting a prelude to the Holocaust, the expericnce 
of German Jews bcfore 1918 can also be underslood as part of the continuing conflict bctwccn 
competing notions of the modern State, namcly between the concept of a homogencous naüon- 
statc and those forms of government and self-understanding that allow for and rcflect diversity. 
Within cerlain limits, Breslau Jews could participate in many dimensions of social lifo wilhout 
shcdding their Jewishncss. Indced, Breslau Jews formed part of a larger Community that allow