374th Field Artillery Battalion

Purple Heart

For Wounds Received in Battle . . .

Rank, Name, Battery,* Country in which wound(s) were sustained

[rank unknown] Wilfred E. Picard, C Battery, WIA April 3, 1945, Germany

Captain John R. Detgen, Commander, Battery A, Germany

Captain Robert D. Smith, Headquarters Battery, France

1st Lieutenant Roy C. Hanson, Battery C, Germany

2d Lieutenant Anthony S. Christobek, Battery C, France

Staff Sergeant Roy S. Beach, Headquarters Battery, France

Staff Sergeant Henry J. Jennen, Battery C, France

Corporal Homer C. Wall, Battery C, Germany

Technician 4th Grade John R. Goldsberry, Battery C, Germany

Technician 5th Grade Charles L. Glahan, Germany

Technician 5th Grade Tulio A. Montini, Headquarters Battery, France

Technician 5th Grade Adrien J. Moreau, Battery C, Germany

Technician 5th Grade Robert E. Wikman, Battery C, Germany

Private First Class Norman Amundson, Battery C, France

Private First Class John W. Hemingbrough, Battery C, France

Private First Class Georg Hodosh, Battery B, France

Private First Class Fred Matts, Headquarters Battery, France and Germany

Private First Class Charles A. Nelson, Battery C, France

Private First Class Salvatore Yannotti, Battery A, Germany

Private First Class Robert Ziegelstein, Battery A, France

Private Frank Martino, Battery C, France

*Units of assignment if/as indicated in The Story of the Century and the latest 100th Infantry Division Association roster; corrections or additional information are welcome. For corrections regarding unit of assignment, please contact the Website Manager at aegis@bedford.net

Requests for additions to the list should be forwarded to Mr. Bob Tessmer, Chairman, 100th Infantry Division Association Website Committee, at RTess32@aol.com