These are a few pages of Michael’s Burial File, including another letter from his parents to the Quartermaster.
Posted in Army, World War I
Tags: 32nd Division 127th Infantry, Army, Chicago, Kokoska, WWI
Wow! I don’t know what else to say. Such a very sad story, but these documents are absolutely fascinating. Thanks so much for sharing this story with us!
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