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Is there a database of records to one can access to research dogs that were donated and accepted into the "Dog for Defense" program during WWII? I have a certificate for "Dan" the dog and would like to find out more about him/her.  

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Collecting WWI and WWII European theater and anything related to the 20th Armored Division.

 

- Joseph Treiber US Army 1940-1945, 20th Armored, 33rd Cavalry Reconnaissance

www.wwiigimilitarysurplus.com

 

 

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Not as far as I know (but would love to be wrong on this one)

 

Typically you would need the dogs Discharge Certificate to know when/where he/she served. 

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That's pretty cool!  too bd the discharge paper is missing or Dan didn't go back to the original owners.


Collecting WWI and WWII European theater and anything related to the 20th Armored Division.

 

- Joseph Treiber US Army 1940-1945, 20th Armored, 33rd Cavalry Reconnaissance

www.wwiigimilitarysurplus.com

 

 

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This lot was from one of the guys over the program. I did not see any information on individual dogs. Mainly statistics about the dogs over all

 

 

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