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BELL, Clarence E., Sergeant Co “D”
Italian Bronze Medal for Military Valor

Bell 332d Vermont bronze( Cushing, John T, Arthur F. Stone, and Harold P. Sheldon. Vermont in the World War, 1917-1919. Burlington: Printed by Free Press Print. Co., 1928. Print. Page 290 )

bell 332nd vermont roster bronze( Johnson, Herbert T. Roster of Vermont Men and Women in the Military and Naval Service of the United States and Allies in the World War, 1917-1919. Montpelier, Vt: Adjutant General's Office, 1927. Print. Page 89 )

BELL Clarence 332nd bronzoCLARENCE E. Bell, from Washington, Sergeant 332 Infantry Regiment American Army), n. 1947751 registration number. – Volunteered for a daring reconnaissance on the Tagliamento, he was a constant example of courage and serenity, boldly confronted enemy patrols, succeeded in capturing prisoners and machine guns. – Ponte dell Delizia-Tagliamento, November 3, 1918.
( Istituto Nazionale del Nastro Azzurro )

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