Stokes Trench Mortar training accident
September 13, 1918 — Borghetto training area, Valeggio sul Mincio, Italy
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BAIL , Frank Wooster: 1st Lt.
BAYLES, William Leo: 1st Lt., Co. "G"
BOYERS, Robert E.: Lt. Col. [Maj]
CLIFFORD, Earl C.: Pvt. 1st Cl., HQ Company
COX, Fred: Pct. 1st Cl., Co "I"
HAUDENSCHILD, Williard G.: Pvt., Co “I”
HILLA, Frank J.: Capt., Supply Company
KELLEHER, Daniel E.: Sgt., HQ Co
KING, Hugh G.: Sgt., Co “I”
KOHN, Richard H.: Corp., Co "I"
LANDGRAVER, Don S.: Pvt., Co. "I"
LIGGETT, David Carl: 2nd Lt., HQ Company (Stokes trench mortar gun captain)
MAURER, Edgar William: 2nd Lt., Co. "I"
McKINNEY, Carl F.: Maj., 3rd Battalion
MILLER, Harry W.: Corp., Co "I"
PENROD, William: Pvt. 1st Cl., Co "I"
RADKA, Carl H.: Pvt., Co "I"
ROSIAK, Frank: Pvt., Co “K”
TODDINGS, Henry C.: Pvt., Medical Detachment
TUCKER, John R.: Corp., HQ Company
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332nd Infantry Soldiers Wounded on the Italian Front 1918
KING, Hugh G.: Sgt., Co “I” | WIA degree undertermined, August 28, 1918
HINES, Leo M. | Pvt., Co I | WIA degree undertermined, about September 19, 1918
MALERLI, Arturo | Pvt., Co K | WIA slightly, September 26, 1918
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First American soldier wounded by enemy shell fire in Italy
October 2, 1918 — American Sector-Piave River Front, Salettuol, Italy
MOLL, Ira J.: Pvt. 1cl, Co. "F" Piave
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332nd Infantry forced crossing of Tagliamento River under enemy rearguard fire
November 4, 1918 — Ponte della Delizia, Italy
CONNORS, William F.: Pvt. 1cl. MG Co
GERTZ, Ernest T.: Pvt. 1cl., Co "E" Read more
HUBER, Andrew J.: Pvt. Co. "G" Read more
JORDAN, Goff E.: Sgt. Co. "E" Read more
PAHLAU, August D.: Sgt. Co. "F" Read more
RUGGLES, Ivan B.: Corp. Co "B" [accident]
SOPKOVIC, Mike: Pvt. 1cl, Co "B"
UTT, Henry W.: Pvt Co "G" Read more
WERBEACH, John H.: Pvt., Co. "G"
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