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Saul Solomon

Submitted by: Bob Wolfson {Great Nephew}

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Saul Solomon was born around 1895. Saul Solomon served in World War 1 with the United States Army. The enlistment was in 1917 and the service was completed in 1918.

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Born in Piatra-Neamt, Romania in 1895. Immigrated to England, South Africa and back to England. Came to the US in 1906. Saul was a naturalized citizen in 1917.

He was a college student when the war broke out. He served overseas from Apr 2 1918, until he was Killed in Action on Oct 19th 1918. He was engaged in 2 Battle of the Marne; Argonne. Saul was a Pvt serving with 11 Co 152 Dep Brigade and the HQ Co, 30th Infantry, 3rd Infantry Division.

He received the Pendant La Grande Guerre, ( Certificate signed by the President of France and the Victory Medal. Saul is buried in the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery.

 

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