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World War II dead & missing
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World War II dead & missing: Projects
World War II Dead, Wounded, or POWs
from Burnet County
World War II dead & missing: Get Involved
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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