1944 STANLEY ZYZNIEWSKI

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1944 STANLEY ZYZNIEWSKI - in Five Infantrymen From Upper End Receive...
in Five Infantrymen From Upper End Receive Citation With the 37th Infantry Division Somewhere in the Southwest Pacific Pacific Area Three men from Dupont and two from Duryea, Pennsylvania, are members of an Infantry rifle comrjanv that has received a Presi dential citation for combat against the Japanese. They are: Private First Class Ignatius' T. Zurusld, 37. son of Anthony Zuru- Zuru- ski, 225 Center-street Center-street Center-street Dupont Private First Class John W. Gola, 31, son of Mr.; and Mrs. Joseph Gola. 432 Penn avenue. Dupont. Private First Class, Walter A. Bar-nak. Bar-nak. Bar-nak. 24. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnak, 505 jfenn avenue, uupont Private First Class Frank Joseph WoIIner. 28. son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Wollner, 524 New street I ' Private First Class Stanley U. Zyzniewski, 33, brother of Mrs. Sophie Swantkowski, 609 New street Duryea, ' Their company manning defenses on Hill 129, Bougainville Island, was cited for its "courage, combat efficiency, efficiency, and devotion to duty, which it demonstrated while repelling the attacks by a large enemy force against its sector of the American Perimeter in tha Empress Augusta Bay Area." ,

Clipped from Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News04 Sep 1944, MonPage 3

Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)04 Sep 1944, MonPage 3
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