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pmanzie

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pmanzie last won the day on April 8 2015

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  1. My father was in Co. B, 2PLT. I posted pics of some of his buddies(unidentified)on the website previously
  2. Looking for relatives of George Clawson or George MacNeil. Pictures on my other posting of the unit and many of its members. I have finally received the morning reports and other docs that showed the Co. B 2plt was detached and saw action in Bulge which I did not know. My father was in that platoon...his name was Angelo Manzie
  3. perhaps some of the pictures I posted will help narrow down the actual unit based on location and other peripherals in the pics.
  4. Here you go. Front and back in 2 pages.
  5. I can scan and send you the papers. Do I do it on here, or another email address?
  6. New to this wonderful site! My father recently passed at 90 but before he died he asked that I "learn" about his engineer unit and try to find family members of his two best buddies. It was odd because all my life (and I am 60) he refused to discuss anything about his army days. Near death, he said he was in the 293rd Engineer Battalion General Services and he told me where to find some pictures of him and his buddies during the war and training. He had never let on that he had these pictures. Problem is that with his picures were also many of his separation papers. These papers clearly show that he was in Co C. 351st Engineer bn GS. But the pictures he directed me to clearly show 293rd Engineer bn trucks and named barracks type buildings in the background (specifically 2nd Plt, Co B. 293rd). His name is Angelo Manzie and his buddies were George McNeill and George Claussen, In his memory I want to learn all I can about his unit...
  7. I found some photos I had not known existed. I will post them in the 293rd forum. I hope they mean somethng to someone.
  8. New to this wonderful site! My father recently passed at 90 but before he died he asked that I "learn" about his engineer unit and try to find family members of his two best buddies. It was odd because all my life (and I am 60) he refused to discuss anything about his army days. Near death, he said he was in the 293rd Engineer Battalion General Services and he told me where to find some pictures of him and his buddies during the war and training. He had never let on that he had these pictures. Problem is that with his picures were also many of his separation papers. These papers clearly show that he was in Co C. 351st Engineer bn GS. But the pictures he directed me to clearly show 293rd Engineer bn trucks and named barracks type buildings in the background (specifically 2nd Plt, Co B. 293rd). His name is Angelo Manzie and his buddies were George McNeill and George Claussen, In his memory I want to learn all I can about his unit...