Re: Pvt Daniel Mulharen, 133d Infantry
Good morning, Bob !!!
This message does not pertain directly to Dan Mulharen, but it does provide access to you.
I have tried the , without success.
I simply wanted to compliment you on your responses to that group which seems to have a special appeal to both of us, the WW II participants.
My reference sources are rather limited. How in the world did you come up with the grave location for Dan Mulharen so quickly ? If it is not "trade secret" I'd like to use your source in the future.
Incidently, I have visited the Anzio cemetery
(a long time after the war ended) and found it to be an awesome experience. Sort of like visiting the Alamo for the first time.
You do good work in this area, which I find to be rather therapeutic.
My war was as a member of the 985th. FA BN, II Corps, Fifth Army, Italy, 1944/46.
Thanks and best wishes, Louie Franklin Turner