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Frank James Bleck

Submitted by: Beverly Przybylski

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Frank James Bleck served in World War 1 with the United States Army. The dates of service are: Known Dec 18, 1916 - Jun 30, 1919.


Enlistment record: St. Mihiel Offensive Sep 12/18; Offensive of Sep 26/18 operating between Montfaucon & Very. Attached to 17th French Corps, east of Meuse North of Verdun, Oct 7-8, 1918 - Offensive of Nov. 1/18 against Bois de Loges, Forest de Argonne. He was promoted to Corporal while in France. He was furloughed to the reserves on Jun 30, 1919, and subsequently received an honorable discharge.





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