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90th Division D-Day Plaque and Purple Heart


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Cased, unnamed, WWII Purple Heart found with a wooden plaque with U.S. ARMY center emblem.
Tough to get a photo but named to SGT. HENRY F. PEREZ above disc and TO D.D. 6/44 90th DIVISION

Anymore info on the plaque?  Pretty sure this is the guy (from Fold3)

Name: Henry F Perez

Race: White, includes Mexican (White)

Rank: Enlisted Man

Admission Age: 21

Birth Date: abt 1923

Hospital Admission: Jun 1944

Discharge Date: Aug 1944

Military Branch: Infantry, General or Unspecified

Diagnosis: First Location: Hand; Second Location: Spine and Trunk: Pubic bone; ; Causative Agent: Artillery Shell, Fragments, Afoot or unspecified

Type of Injury: Casualty, battle

Medical Treatment: Removal of foreign bodies from extremity

Injured in Line of Duty: In line of duty

Length of service:1 Year(s), 6 Month(s)

Service Number: 39857853

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Blacksmith

Hi Andrew - The pics are just on the edge of turning to fireworks when zoomed-upon, but the lower inscription on the plaque appears to read:

 

"ETO DD 6/6/44 90th Division", of course meaning "European Theatre of Operation D-Day... (etc)"

 

 

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13 minutes ago, Blacksmith said:

... the lower inscription on the plaque appears to read:

"ETO DD 6/6/44 90th Division", of course meaning "European Theatre of Operation D-Day... (etc)"

 

Yes, as noted in first post, sorry I missed "ETO".

 

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