OSS Krautwald, William F.

Set Europe Ablaze
By Edward Henry Cookridge
Peter Five
By Freddie Clark
Date of death
18-Jan-1944

John Robertson

Administrator
Staff member
  • SURNAME
Krautwald
  • FORENAME
William F.
  • UNIT
U.S.Army OSS Detachment 101
  • RANK
Technical Sergeant
  • NUMBER
36050760
  • DATE OF DEATH
18th January 1944
  • AGE
26​
  • GRAVESITE
Arlington National Cemetery,Virginia Section 12 Site 286​
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from Peoria County,Illinois
born 26.3.1917 Peoria,Illinois
son of August and Mrs Krautwald,1012 Ann Street,Peoria,Illinois
husband of Martha Tapp Krautwald,2702 Western Avenue,Peoria,Illinois (1 son William F.)
Sophomore,University of Alabama (in second year)
unskilled worker in manufacture of automobiles in civilian life
entered service 10.3.1941 Peoria,Illinois
OSS Washington,D.C.
OSS Det 101
KIA Burma
OSS Memorial,CIA HQ,McLean,Virginia
 
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