no, that’s not him.
As mentioned , he was born in Poland : Czepow : 20-07-1920
After 1947 he stayed in Holland, till he died
He was never in the US!
The second document which I mentioned;
The other document is a discharge certificate from 31 august 1947 - 2004th Labor Supervision (Service) company APO 596 ( could be 396 also!)
in this document it’s written that he was discharged from the 4130 Labor service company as a polish guard. reason : reduction in force. It is also mentioned that the signed copy would go to the admission control center of Regensburg! this letter was signed by; 1ste Lt . A.C . 2004th L.S Co.
Fred E. DANIELS
the 2004th was an American Labor service Company!
understood from others that some info must be found in US archives.
but thanks for the given links.
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Noticed that searching through these channels is difficult.
What I understand is that these services by email are reduced in capacity. Meaning a long long waiting list.
If I lived in the US, I would go by myself to ST Louis.
Doing this all behind a laptop, you must have iron nerves , which I do not have.
Younmust know the way to handle!
Wish that somebody could do this for me!. Willing to pay the costs!
But thanks for your reaction.
My father served the Polish Guards between 1945 and 1947.
On his documents two company’s where mentioned:
- 4134 labor service company US
- 4130 labor service company, US, both as a Polish Guard.
both company’s where related ( under control) to:
- 2004th Labor Supervision (Service) company US
more details, see original post.
i Know that some people know a lot about these company’s f.e. A history hub member Mr Zawalski.
i Hope he reacts on my letter, but maybe other members knows the mentioned company’s as well.
Question is; is there history available about these company’s
i Hope that somebody can help me.
noticed that searching at national archives is a jungle and not easy for people not handy with computers.
Hope that somebody can trace for me Mr Zawalski and help me with fe his email address!
thx for helping me!