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Where can you find the history of the 112th Infantry Company G in World War 1?


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2009-11-21 04:06:50
2009-11-21 04:06:50

Hello, go to WIKIPEDIA and search 28th.infantry division...scroll down to WW 1 action&hit link's this may help you.I just picked up 3 RPPC of the 112th. CO. H,Machine Gunner(MG)Div. and am trying to confirm these were Erie boy's,or mixed.,etc.Good luck !


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Unfortunatly I do not at the moment however I do know that someone in my family has a picture of several men in the company. I am unsure as to where it is. My great grandfather served in the company too. :)

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