Date: Sat, 31 Jul 1999
Subject: 94th DIV
Looking for someone
who knew my uncle MARTIN MAHONEY from Yonkers New
York He was with the field artilary. Please contact
me at e-mail address as listed.
|Date: Sat, 10 Jul 1999 20:48:49
From: Harry & Ina Smith email@example.com
Hi this is Harry L. Smith 302d Inf Regt vet trying to get some information concerning if there is a history of Company H. I served in that unit during WWII. My address is: 110 Winston Way, Goose Creek, SC 29445
|Subject: Lt. Harold O. Behny
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 1999 07:41
Lt. Harold O. Behny
I think he is ready now to talk about his experiences, and at this stage of his life, I think he would like to reconnect with old comrades who shared with him this truly life-changing experience.
As for myself, after reading the Hoodlum News recount of the 94th's dramatic and heroic efforts, I am so proud to say that my father was a part of this division. It has given me a new sense of awe and pride in this man who has always kept his past so private.
Becki Behny Wagoner
|Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 14:55
Subject: Can you please help me?
My name is Angie Seay and I am searching for information on troop movement and members of the 301st Field Artillery. My father Leslie Allen Law was a foward observer under a Lt. Rupert assigned to Lorient, France and later in the Battle of the Bulge. Would you happen to know any additional Web sites that I may be able to find this information? Would there be any way to track a person's assignments during the war? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
|Date: Sat, 10 Jul 1999 14:53
Subject: PFC Goon Chee Soo Hoo, Co L, 302 INF
I am looking for anyone who knew or
knows stories about PFC Goon Chee Soo Hoo from Company L, 302 INF.
For years I have heard about my wife's grandfather whose service in the
army allowed her family to come to America. Since he died years before
his son came over from China, not much is known about him directly.
Recently, however, I have discovered pictures and unit information.
Looking at a company photograph taken in Virginia (he was from Boston)
he is standing next to the first sergeant. It appears that he is
the only Chinese member of the unit so I figure he might have been known
at least for that.
click on photo to enlarge
|From: "Swartz, Karl" <KSwartz@BH-BA.com>
Subject: Czech Translator in the 94th ID
Date: Tue, 6 Jul 1999
Please allow me to introduce myself. I know some of the 94th ID folks pretty well in that I was at the Peace Monument rededication in the Saar in '94. I have also known John Hoerber since shortly before then. In 1997, John and I were on our way to the 11th Panzer Div. reunion in Bavaria (I live here in Germany) and we had some time to kill. A friend of mine (reservist) lives and works in Brno and is married to a Czech (daughter of Pavel), also has a weekend house near the Austrian border, so John and I decided to make a visit. Pavel was there at the time and as John told him about the 94th, Pavel told us he was a translator but couldn't remember the name of the officer he worked for. At the time he was on dialyses and had to excuse himself and upon return had remembered the name Capt. Kaiser. Pavel was a lawyer and was always in trouble with the communists but nevertheless did about as well as could be expected under the circumstances. His kidneys finally did him in Sept. last year, a nicer man you wouldn't find.
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