334th Inf. Co. C, 84th, POW in Germany
Curious if anyone was a member of this infantry near Priemern, Germany.(Uncle) Robert L. Finlay, Oregon,in the 84th Infantry Division; 1st combat seen on 11-9-44, and taken prisoner five days later, 11-14-44 near Priemern, GER.Marched deep into Germany, then taken by train (several days) to 1st POW camp, approx. 90 Km north of Berlin; later to another POW camp, Jan. 1945, near eastern front; Russians advancing toward Stettin, Poland. The POW Camp was bombed by Russians in middle of April 1945; Germans took POWs and marched them on road to avoid Russians. The German's abandoned the POWs on the road and he got separated from his group; Brits picked him up but couldn't find American line; very sick in Am. Hospital in Hamburg; war ended May 7, 1945, then met up with old outfit Company C, 334th, flown to France and sailed from LeHave, for USA.Awarded POW Medal.Survivors out there?What Stalags might he have been in as a POW? Is he eligible for any other medals?Thanks for any help.