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James Woodrow Sullivan
WWII - Interred Abroad Record

World War II and Korean Conflict Soldiers Interred Abroad

James Woodrow Sullivan

SULLIVAN --- IDF-NAME
JAMES W SULLIVAN --- Given Name Middle Initial Surname
TEXAS --- INDUCTED-FROM
PRIVATE --- Rank
21ST INFANTRY 24TH DIVISION --- WW2KW-COMBAT-ORG
MAY 03 1945 --- WW2KW-DOD
FORT WILLIAM MCKINLEY, MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES --- MONUMENT-AT
BURIED --- STATUS
PURPLE HEART MEDAL --- WW2KW-US-AWARDS


World War II and Korean Conflict Soldiers Interred Abroad

The most destructive and far-ranging war in human history, World War II claimed the lives of countless millions. This database is a listing of American servicemen who died in the Second World War or the Korean Conflict and were interred outside of the contiguous forty-eight states. Each entry provides the individual's name, rank, unit, death date, and location of interment. Additionally, place of induction into the service is provided along with a list of awards presented by the military. Containing the names of nearly 160,000 men, this can be a helpful tool in finding ancestors who fought in either World War II or the Korean Conflict.

Bibliography:
The records in this database were taken from RG94, M860 in the National Archives.
United States National Archives. World War II and Korea Interned Overseas.

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