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Company A, 116th Infantry, 29th Infantry Division

Capt. Taylor Fellers, Commanding

These notes were prepared by GC with seven survivors of the company. There were no disagreement over factrs. The places of landing are marked as overlays, were readily pointed out by the men, There was no disagreement.--HO

 

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