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
my father was stationed in Alaska during the Vietnam war
A wife???? ^~^
General Patton was stationed in many places during the war but his most valuable role was stationed in Africa chasing the Infamous Desert Fox, Rommel.
During World War I, American soldiers were stationed in France. In July of 1918, there were over a million American soldiers there.
US Air Force and US Naval Bases were stationed in Japan.
During World War 2 there were, and still are, soldiers stationed all over Europe. It is possible, though not confirmed, that there were American soldiers stationed in South-East London during World War 2.
Canada lost 45,400 people. All of them were military serviceman and no Canadian civilians were killed during WW2.
It is where the baby is stationed ( as far as coming down).
Absolutely yes. During World War 2, American servicemen were stationed all over the UK as they trained for D-Day.
The bat you have might have unique value, as it could be linked to equipment made for the American serviceman stationed over seas during WWI. I would have to see, and or get more information from you about the bat. If you can please contact me through my message board, or use the Disscuss question button below. See Related Links below for a 1917 -1925 Official National League Baseball used by American serviceman stationed in Poitiers, France during the First World War. The baseball features an American - France YMCA stamp as the YMCA probably sponsored the Leagues overseas, and helped supply the equipment. I also have baseball bats that were pictured with the collection that the baseballs came from. I would have to go back and look to see if any had a YMCA stamp on them. The Joe Jackson bat you have does fit into this time frame.
GI was the slang for an American serviceman during WWII.It actually stood for Government Issue and was the equipment and uniform the servicemen were given.
he was stationed in navel reserve in the Caribbean, providing hurrican relief for the small islands there. that's where he wrote the book, the cay.
The navajo were stationed in 29 nine palms for a while then were transported to the san diego marine corp base during world war two.urah
He was a British marine who stationed in Boston, Massachusetts
North Africa - Normandy .
fort Stewart he was stationed in navel reserve in the Caribbean, providing hurrican relief for the small islands there. that's where he wrote the book, the cay.
There were many Navajoes stationed in the Pacific as communications radio men speaking their native language as code. They became known as "wind talkers".
In the Somme valley. It was where Richthofen squadron was stationed.
At your mum's house.
Drafted during the Viet Nam war, but stationed in Germany.
New Zealand was part of the British Empire at the time.