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146 Engineer Combat Battalion during WWII

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Date: 1943 to 1945
Location: European Theater of Operationsmap
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Categories: US Army in World War II.

This Battalion participated in most of the European battles during WWII. I know for sure they were at Omaha Yellow on 6th June 1944, Liberation of Paris, Battle of the Bulge and at least 4 other major battles. My dad, Warren Tull, earned 7 bronze stars serving with this unit. I would love to know more and invite others to add to this profile.





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On April 27, 2011 John Antkowiak wrote:

Hi. I'm a grad student in Public History at Florida State University, and I've been working for several years on a hobby project centering on the 146th ECB on D-Day. I've gathered quite a lot of information on the unit. I am proud to have met a number of surviving veterans at a reunion in Oklahoma. Mr. Tull's is not a name familiar off the top of my head, but he may be mentioned in my materials. I would very much like to exchange some information, if you are interested.

John Antkowiak Historical Administration and Public History MA candidate Florida State University Tallahassee, FL john_antkowiak@yahoo.com



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