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19:52 14-02-2012
I was wondering if anyone has photos or knew my Dad 2LT John D Hess. He wrote "Move Out Verify" He was a writer by trade. Thanks
12:01 12-02-2012
Hello Ben,thank you for all your work and interested research. Can you send me the mail adress of Peter Schrijvers,I want order some books of him. Keep up your good work.

kind regards, Jaap Vermeer MDE
08:47 17-01-2012
HELLO FROM NORMANDY
Thank you the 743rd tank Battalion
06:12 09-01-2012
I have been searching the net for any info of my uncle who died during ww2, all my mom told me was he was killed in a movie house in antwerp belgium by a buzz bomb. then i came across your tour page of henri chapelle, WoW, you had a photo of his head stone,THANK YOU SO MUCH. His name was John j. Murray S 1st Class USNR he served on the s.s. Harold I. Pratt a liberty ship he was only 18 when he died in the Rex theater and had his mom lie and sign papers saying he was older so he could join up. thank you.
 
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07:25 25-12-2011
http://743rdtankbattalion.wordpress.com/
02:40 04-12-2011
My deceased father-in-law was Capt. Edward Miller of HQ and HQ Company. Since he and I were both Army veterans, he used to share some of his first hand experiences in the 743d with me. He retired as a full Colonel in 1965. I was lucky to meet his best friend from the ol' 743d, Capt. Bob Speers, the Battalion S-2. Together they told some incredible stories.
23:55 14-11-2011
Does anyone remember Amby Stedl, Killed in Aug of 44 ay St LO. Thanks,Bill
Co B 743th tank bn
01:37 07-11-2011
My dad Angelo F. Giunti was in the 643rd Tank Destroyer Battalion
21:29 29-10-2011
Domingos Frutuozo is still alive and well at 92. We have his interview from a local paper and photos if you'd like.
03:50 18-10-2011
Hi Ben

Not sure if you remember but I submitted the pictures of William Ropple who was killed while serving with the 643rd. As it turns out we had 2 other men from my neigborhood who served with the 643rd. John Nickerson and Joseph Murray. They both enlisted on the same day March 18th 1943. John Nickerson won the Silver Star and Joseph Murray won the Bronze Star. All 3 of these guys, Ropple, Nickerson and Murray served in the recon company and all three were from Charlestown Boston Mass.

Regards Bill Durette, Charlestown Veterans History Project
23:37 10-10-2011
I'm looking for any photos of Captain John Colt. B Co. Commander.

Thanks!!
23:55 16-09-2011
I was interested to learn about any of the time that the battalion spent in the Desert Training Center (Camp Ibis, Camp Laguna). Thanks for anything!

Matt
16:19 15-09-2011
One more note; My wife and I visited Heerlen in May of this year (inquest of 29th Inf. Div. battle sites) and the most wonderful time in your lovely city. We spent four nights there and took day trips form our 'Guest House'. We hope to visit again one day.

Bruce
16:15 15-09-2011
You have a wonderful site! I was a member of the 29th Division from 1962 until 1968 (Maryland National Guard). My interest in WWII led my to this site; looking for information on the type of "Shermans" used by the 743rd Tk. Battalion.

The 29th will hold its 94th reunion in October, it would be nice to see some of the 743rd's men there.

"29 lets go"

Bruce
06:58 10-09-2011
Great site! I love this kind of stuff. Add more!
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