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Arthur Smook

Arthur Smook


     My father was Arthur Smook, a first lieutenant, C/395, 99th Division. He went overseas in September 1944, and was in the area of Elsenborn Ridge near Krinkelt when the Bulge happened. He survived the war and came home in December 1945 after running a German POW camp in France. I would like to hear from anyone who remembers him. I also am trying to find out any information about Chaplain Stevens who was associated with the 99th during that period.

Richard Smook

45 Mimosa Dr.

East Hills NY 11576

E-mail: hiccups311@aol.com

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