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Description Identification Tag: home made hammered brass oblong shaped disk; holes punched through on each end to attach a chain or string; stamped letters on obverse: copper alloy "JULIUS MAND/PVT, 2ST GRADE/CO. C, 150TH. M.G./42ND DIVISION/FRANCE"; reverse stamped: "MEGNEYVILLE/FRANCE/MAY 27, 1918/A,R,E, FELL AT/11 OCLOCK".

Julius Mand was born in Oshkosh WI on March 25, 1898. Oshkosh Fire Department from 1920 until 1966, he retired as Assistant Chief. He enlisted in Company F, 2nd Wisconsin National Guard on May 19, 1916 and served on the Mexican Border. He was drafted from Company F, which became Company C, 150th Machine Gun Battalion in Wold War I. He served as the company cook. He was reduced to private at an unspecified date. On February 26, 1919 he was transferred to the 42nd Military Police Company.
Dimensions W-1.375 L-2 D-0.063 inches
Year Range from 1918
Event World War I
Year range to 1918
Object ID 1653-7-T1
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People Mand, Julius
Used Mand, Julius
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