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World War II dead & missing

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Through our Capacity Building program, we have the potential to make real and positive change. This is one of our key areas of focus here at Fort Croghan Museum & Grounds, and a source of much success for our Non-Profit Organization.

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American War Cemetery

World War II Dead, Wounded, or POWs

from Burnet County

This list is on the National Archives website. These are our fallen Burnet County World War II Army and Army Air Forces soldiers.

WWII Army Casualties: Texas | National Archives


This is a list of 32 people that we lost in WWII. KIA-Killed in action, DOW- died of wounds, DNB-died non battle, FOD- finding of death [usually involves the absence of a recovered body]

This list has been culled from the main list for the casualties in the Navy, Marines, and the Coast Guard from Texas.

Search the main list at

WWII Casualties: Texas | National Archives

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