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How can you trace a relative who was a US Navy serviceman stationed in New Zealand during World War 2?

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2005-10-03 17:51:47
2005-10-03 17:51:47

Get all the information you can on your grandfather, but don't look in New Zealand. Your grandfather was American so call "Veteran's Affairs" in the U.S. and trace him from there. You may have to pay a little to get this information, but it's important to you, so do it. If you have the name of the ship he was on, you may get lucky if you go on: www.google.com Type in: Crew list for the ship SS_______________. Good luck Marcy

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