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					                                         List of Casualties for New Brunswick*†‡§**††
 Last Name        First M.             Rank                 Service                           Birth             Death          Status‡‡   NARA
Alesi           Leonard R.      PFC                   Army                   WWII                                              KIA          X
Alfonso         John            LCpl                  USMC                   Vietnam     Sept. 22,        Jul. 19, 1967        KIA
                                                                                         1946
Anasiewicz      Richard J.      PFC                   USMC                   Vietnam     Oct. 26, 1945    Jul. 18, 1966        KIA
Baldrick        Robert E.       Yeoman 1c             USNR                   WWII
Barbour         Clarence W.     Sgt                   Army                   WWII                                              KIA          X
Bennett         Walter J.       Ensign                USNR                   WWII
Bergen          James F.        PFC                   Army                   WWII                                              KIA          X
Billings§§      Frank B. Jr.    PFC                   USMC                   Korea       Jan. 11, 1930    Sept. 3, 1950        KIA
Blue***         Frank A.        Sm 2C                 Navy                   WWII                         Aug. 20, 1944
Bodo†††         Steve Jr.       PFC                   Army                   WWII        Jun. 10, 1918    Feb. 25, 1945        KIA          X
Bonanno         Joseph          PFC                   Army                   WWII                                              KIA          X
Boyt            Theodore        Lt                    USNR, Med. Corps       WWII
Bradshaw        Martin J.       Seaman 2c             USNR                   WWII
Brinker         Francis E.      2 Lt                  Army                   WWII                                              DNB          X
Bruzakis        John            S Sgt                 Army                   WWII                         Dec. 2, 1944‡‡‡      KIA          X
Buckelew*       James F.        Sgt.                  Army                   WWII                         1944                 KIA          X

* For World War II, as published in the Home News August 15, 1945 and in the State Summary of War Casualties from World War II for Navy,
Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Personnel from New Jersey and World War II Honor List of Dead And Missing—State of N.J.
† For Korea, as published by the National Archives and Records Administration: U.S. Military Personnel Who Died From Hostile Action (Including
Missing and Captured) listed by home state. Cross-checked with The Home News, Sunday, August 2, 1953 issue.
‡ For Vietnam as published by the National Archives and Records Administration: U.S. Military Personnel Who Died From Hostile Action
(Including Missing and Captured) listed by home state.
§ Libourel, John H., Aerographer’s Mate 3c; USNR; WWII deleted, from South Plainfield. Bosko, Michael John Jr.; Vietnam, b. June 3, 1945, killed
Oct. 28, 1966, deleted, from East Brunswick; Listed in e-history.com as "Hometown 'Brunswick'." Sabella, Joseph, PFC, Army, Korea, 1930, Jul.
18, 1952, KIA from North Brunswick according to Joe Scalzone. Sabo, Alex, Navy, Korea Conflict, 1953, accident in Gulf of Mexico, information
from Lloyd Vela. Hooper, Vins R., born Jul. 6, 1946, killed Jun. 22, 1967 attended New Brunswick High School, from Somerset NJ.
** For Rutgers, see http://fas-history.rutgers.edu/oralhistory/memorial.htm.
††
    Charles Robertson Jr., Delavan St., New Brunswick died of wound after returning to New Brunswick. Information from Margaret Jocus. Not
listed at http://www.archives.gov/research_room/research_topics/vietnam_war_casualty_lists/nj_alphabetical.html.
‡‡ KIA Killed in Action; DOW Died of Wounds; DOI Died of Injuries; DNB Died Non-Battle; FOD Finding of Death; M Missing.
§§ May be "M. Frank Bond Billings Jr."
***
    Died in Mediterranean Sea. Information from Frank Blue.
††† 1st Cav.; Information from Irene Gaul, sister. Date of death listed as Feb. 7, 1945, Philippines in Hungarian American Defense Council
pamphlet.
‡‡‡ Killed in the East Indies (NBHS Class of 41 10th Reunion Program).
                                           List of Casualties for New Brunswick*†‡§**††
 Last Name           First M.             Rank               Service                          Birth            Death           Status‡‡    NARA
Burke†           William F. Jr.   Pvt.                Army                    WWII        Feb. 6, 1924    June 11, 1944        KIA           X
Caffarello‡      Samuel F.        Tec 5               Army                    WWII                                             KIA           X
Callaway         Theodore         Pvt.                Army                    WWII                                             KIA           X
Cantore          Rocco L.         Tec 5               Army                    WWII                                             KIA           X
Cardone          Michael.         PFC                 USMC                    WWII
Carter           Davis B.         Pvt.                Army                    WWII                                             DNB           X
Caruso§          Thomas J.        1 Sc                Army                    WWII                        Dec. 1944            DNB           X
Catalfamo**      Angelo                               Army                    WWII                                             DNB           X
Chibbaro††       Salvatore R.                         Army                    WWII                                             DOI           X
Clementi         Vincent          T Sgt               Army                    WWII                                             KIA           X
Cleveland        George           PFC                 Army                    WWII                                             KIA           X
Coffaro          Anthony C.       PFC                 Army                    Vietnam     Jan. 31, 1945   Dec. 27, 1966        KIA
Cohn             Henry W.         PFC                 Army                    WWII                                             KIA           X
Cohn             Jack B.          PFC                 Army                    WWII                                             KIA           X
Collins‡‡        Robert T.        PFC                 Army                    WWII        1924            Dec. 16, 1944        FOD           X
Cox              Walter B.        Seaman 2c           USNR                    WWII
Cox§§            Edward           Sgt.                Army                    WWII                                             KIA           X
Cupano***        Dominick S.      Cpl                 Army                    WWII        1919            May 7, 1943          KIA           X
Cupano†††        Anthony A.       PFC                 Army                    WWII        May 30, 1921    Feb. 1945            KIA           X
                 Jr.
Dale             Peter J.         Radioman 1c         USN                     WWII
DeBonis          Joseph                               Army                    WWII
DeCaro‡‡‡        Joseph                               Army                    WWII
Dey              Robert M.        Pvt.                Army                    WWII                                             DOW           X

* Information from brother.
† 142 Infantry Regiment, 36th Div.; Buried St. Peter’s Cemetery. Information from Jim Fielder
‡ Information from Joe Catanaese.
§ Killed in New Guinea. Awarded medal for saving fellow soldier in flood that took his life. Information from Mrs. Benz, Sister.
** Air Corp. Information from Joe Catanaese.
†† Air Corp. Information from Joe Catanaese.
‡‡ Killed in the Battle of the Bulge. Listed in NBHS Class of 41 10th Reunion Program. Missing in action, probably at Malmedy. Information from
Jack Collins.
§§ Resided Townsend St. Information from Kathleen Turner.
*** AS No. 69-7632, died Tunisia. Information from Kathy Cupano.
††† Information from Joe Catanaese. Died Luxembourg from Kathy Cupano.
‡‡‡ Information from Joe Catanaese.
                                           List of Casualties for New Brunswick*†‡§**††
 Last Name          First M.            Rank                  Service                           Birth               Death         Status‡‡   NARA
Dirkin           James A.                              Army                    WWII
Doerr            John J.                               Army                    WWII
Dorofachuk*      John            Tech. Sgt.            Army                    WWII                          Apr. 20, 1944
Dudas            William.        Seaman 1c             USN                     WWII
Dunn             Paul S.                               Army                    WWII
Eden             Leroy Jr.       PFC                   Army                    WWII                                               KIA         X
Eden             Lawrence V.     S Sgt                 Army                    WWII                                               KIA         X
Elman†           David H.        Cpl                   Army                    Vietnam     Aug. 28, 1947    Mar. 30, 1966         KIA
Evanowski‡       Thomas P.       Soundman 2c           USNR                    WWII                         Oct. 25 1944
Fanto            Larry V.        1 Sgt                 Army                    WWII                                               KIA         X
Faraci           Paul J.         PFC                   Army                    WWII                                               DOW         X
Feller           Arthur S.       Pvt.                  Army                    WWII                                               KIA         X
Fiedler§         Herbert                               Army                    WWII                          1943                 DOW         X
Fitz             Richard Jr.     PFC                   Army                    WWII                                               KIA         X
Freedman**       Edward W.       Cpl                   Army                    WWII                         Nov. 1944             KIA         X
Gamble           John L.         Pvt.                  Army                    WWII                                               KIA         X
Gavandula        John J.         PFC                   Army                    WWII                                               KIA         X
Gerber           Edward J.       PFC                   Army                    Korea       Jan. 1, 1934     Sept. 18, 1952        KIA
Gleason          Harry E.        PFC                   Army                    WWII                                               KIA         X
Gonder††         Kenneth         CPL                   Army                    Vietnam     May 3, 1947       May 19, 1970
                 Walter
Gust             Alexander       T Sgt                 Army                    WWII                                               KIA         X
Hackler          Frank J.        PFC                   USMC                    WWII
Hagadish         George L.       Soundman 3c           USNR                    WWII
Hale             Henry M. Jr.    2 Lt                  Army                    WWII                                               DNB         X
Hammond          Claudius        1 Lt                  Army                    WWII                                               DNB         X
Hefferty         James F.        Sgt                   Army                    WWII                                               KIA         X
Herrold          Ned             Capt                  USAF                    Vietnam     Jan. 8, 1941     May 31, 1966          MIA
                 Raymond


* Air Corp. Killed over English Channel. Information from Ed Weisenbach, Brother-in-law.
† Listed on-line only.
‡ Killed on board the DD Heermann.
§ Buried in Van Liew Cemetery. Information from Jim Fielder, cousin. Note Fiedler is correct for deceased, Fielder correct for informant.
** Killed in France. Only listed in NBHS Class of 41 10th Reunion Program.
†† Could not verify.
                                           List of Casualties for New Brunswick*†‡§**††
 Last Name         First M.              Rank                 Service                           Birth             Death          Status‡‡    NARA
Hewitt           William J. Jr   PFC                   Army                    WWII                                              KIA           X
Higgins          Robert L.       Electrician’s Mate    USN                     WWII
                                 3c
Higgins          Robert J.       Gunner’s Mate 2c      USNR                    WWII
Hillas           Robert S.       Aviation Radioman     USNR                    WWII
                                 1c
Holsten          Harry J. Jr     FL 0                  Army                    WWII                                              DNB             X
Hooper*          Maynard A.      Sgt                                           Korea
Hopkins          Marion          Cpl                   USMC                    Vietnam     Jan. 5, 1947     Oct. 4, 1967         KIA
                 Marshall
Howlin           James V.        Pvt.                  Army                    WWII                                              KIA             X
Hughes           Richard J.      Pvt.                  Army                    WWII                                              DOW             X
Hyman            Linwood Earl    PFC                   USMC                    Vietnam     Mar. 31, 1951    Nov. 27, 1969        KIA
Jackson          John J.         1 Lt                  USAF                    Korea       Mar. 19, 1921    Sept. 25, 1950       KIA
Kane             Thomas V.       Shipfitter 3c         USNR                    WWII
Kane†            Edward P.       Pvt.                  Army                    WWII                         July 1944            KIA             X
Koury‡           George                                                        WWII
Koch             Thomas          PFC                   Army                    Korea       1930             Jul. 25, 1950        KIA
Kolb             Donald          Cpl                   USMC                    Korea       Apr. 15, 1929    Jun. 6, 1951         KIA
                 Francis
Kovacs§          John J.         T Sgt                 Army                    WWII        Oct. 24, 1919    Mar. 6, 1944         KIA             X
Langone          John L.         Pvt.                  Army                    WWII                                              KIA             X
Latham**         Kenneth S.      PFC                   Army                    WWII        Nov. 4, 1923     Nov. 23, 1944††      KIA             X
Lauer‡‡          John            PFC                   Army                    WWII                         June 1, 1945         KIA             X
Lucid§§          Edward L.       PFC                   Army                    Korea       Feb. 27, 1931    Dec. 31, 1951        DM
Lumpkin          Gary            PFC                   Army                    Vietnam     Mar. 1, 1945     Dec. 166             KIA


* Could not verify.
† Killed on Saipan. Information from Helen Laurie, sister.
‡
   Killed at Anzio; Could not be verified.
§
   Killed Germany from Hungarian American Defense Council pamphlet.
**
   Rutgers Class of 1945. Died Holland.
†† Killed Germany, NBHS Class of 41 10th Reunion Program.
‡‡ Killed on Okinawa. Listed in NBHS Class of 41 10th Reunion Program. Information confirmed by Maria DiCubllis, sister.
§§
    Awarded Silver Star for destroying two tanks single-handedly. Information from Frank Lucid, brother. Missing in action Aug. 1950, declared
dead, 1952.
                                         List of Casualties for New Brunswick*†‡§**††
 Last Name        First M.             Rank                  Service                          Birth             Death         Status‡‡   NARA
Matusz          William         Capt                  USAF                   Korea       Oct. 29, 1919    Jan. 8, 1952        KIA
                Steven
Maurer          John M.         PFC                   Army                   WWII                         June 1944*          KIA           X
McDonough       Thomas F.       Seaman 2c             USN†                   WWII
McManus         Gerard L.                             Army                   WWII
Micolai         John J.                               Army                   WWII
Mines           James Jr.       Cpl                   USMC                   Vietnam     June 21,         Apr. 30, 1967       KIA
                                                                                         1945
Molnar‡         Frankie Zoly    Sgt                   Army                   Vietnam     Feb. 14, 1943    May 20, 1967        KIA
Moore§          Charles J.      Cpl                   Army                   WWII                         194[2 or 3]         KIA           X
Morone          Leon            Seaman 1c             USNR                   WWII
Morotta         Patrick L.      Cpl                   USMC                   WWII
Moryan          Alexander       Electrician’s Mate    USNR                   WWII
                                3c
Nemeth**        James                                 Army                   WWII        Aug. 12, 1913    Mar. 6, 1944        KIA
Norton          John C.         Pvt.                  Army                   WWII                                             KIA           X
O’Neil          John H.         PFC                   Army                   Korea       1930             Feb. 3, 1951        KIA
Oliver          Michael J.      Pvt.                  Army                   WWII                                             KIA           X
Olszewski       Vincent P.      Fireman 3c            USN                    WWII
Orsi            Frank J.        S Sgt                 Army                   WWII                                             KIA           X
Pagano          Anthony P.      Pvt.                  Army                   WWII                                             KIA           X
Petri††         Charles J.                                                               Oct. 28, 1917    Aug. 2, 1944
Petruska        Michael C.      Cpl                   Army                   Korea       1927             Oct. 27, 1951       KIA
Pfeiffer        Raymond A.      Seaman 1c             USNR                   WWII
Pocsik‡‡        Stephen A.      Pvt                   Army                   WWII        Aug. 29, 1912    Aug. 9, 1945        KIA           X
                Sr.
Previte*        Samuel D.       PFC                   Army                   WWII        May 14, 1919     Dec. 2, 1944        KIA           X

* Information from Maria DiCubllis, cousin.
† Not USNR according to Anna McNulty.
‡ Squad Leader with Company B, 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry, 4th Infantry Division, and was a posthumous recipient of the Congressional Medal of
Honor. Buried Highland Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Logan WV.
§ Brother of James Moore, retired New Brunswick Police Officer. Killed North Africa. Lived 308 Seamon St. Information from James Keyes.
** Air Corp. Pilot, shot over Holland. Buried in Holland. Information from niece, Linda Vanderveer. Killed Germany from Hungarian American
Defense Council pamphlet.
††
   Air Corp. Crashed in Pacific. Information from Al Combs, friend.
‡‡
   Died Germany. Information from Hungarian American Defense Council pamphlet.
                                             List of Casualties for New Brunswick*†‡§**††
 Last Name           First M.         Rank                   Service                          Birth                Death        Status‡‡   NARA
Price             Robert         Seaman 2c            USNR                    WWII
Runyon            Fredrick M     Seaman 1c            USNR                    WWII
Sabo              Alex                                                        Korea
Sauer             David J.                            Army                    WWII
Savoca†           John S.        Sgt                  Army                    WWII                                              KIA         X
Shields           Joseph                              Army                    WWII
Sierotowicz       Stanley J.     PFC                  Army                    WWII                                              KIA         X
Skiles            James          PFC                  Army                    Vietnam     Feb. 2, 1945      Mar. 3, 1967        KIA
                  Arthur
Slover            Roy E. Jr     Cpl.                  USMC                    WWII
Snedeker          John E.       Pvt                   Army                    WWII                                              DNB         X
Sollazzo          Angelo J.     PFC                   Army                    WWII                                              KIA         X
Sorbino‡          Joseph G.     Staff Sgt.            Army                    WWII        Jul. 15, 19[22]   Feb. 22, 1942       FOD         X
Spano§            Ralph A.      PFC                   Army                    WWII                                                          X
Sypeck**          Simon J.                            Navy                    WWII        July, 8 [ ]       194[2 or 3]
Torok††           Louis          PFC                  Army                    WWII        May 9, 1921       Oct. 14, 1944                   X
Toth              James          Torpedoman’s         USNR                    WWII                                              KIA
                                 Mate 3c
Toth‡‡            Julius L.                           Army                                Jul. 7, 1919      Jul. 8, 1944
Tremblay          Richard        LCpl                 USMC                    Vietnam     Jun. 17, 1947     Mar. 8, 1967        KIA
Triandafilou§§    Angelo         1 Lt.                Army                    WWII                          Aug. 1, 1945
Triandafilou***   Charles        Sgt                  Army                    WWII                          1945                DOW
Trimble           Thomas W.      1 Lt                 USAF                    Korea       Oct. 4, 1925      Apr. 7, 1952        DFI
Van               Marshall F.    Fireman 3c           USN                     WWII
Woggelum
Wales†††          William R.     Capt.                Army                    WWII                          1944                KIA         X

*
 376th Infantry, 94th Division. Died Nancy France. Buried in the Brittany American cemetery, St. James France, Plot I, Row 10, Grave 17.
† Air Corp Information from Joe Catanaese.
‡ Air Corp; Information from Anna McNulty, Sister.
§ Information from Joe Catanaese.
** Buried in Arlington. Ship went down off Newfoundland. Information from Helen Ritchick, niece.
††
   Died Italy. Information from Hungarian American Defense Council pamphlet.
‡‡
   Air Corp. Born in and went to school in New Brunswick. Lived on Little Albany St. Member of St. Joseph Greek Catholic Church.
§§ Air Corp. Lived 232 Hamilton St. Killed Manila, Philippines. Information from Jenny Horvath, sister. Rutgers
*** Air Corp. Lived 232 Hamilton St. Wounded 1944 Italy, died 1945. Information from Jenny Horvath, sister.
††† Air Corp; Killed Germany. Information from James Keyes.
                                          List of Casualties for New Brunswick*†‡§**††
 Last Name         First M.            Rank                Service                            Birth             Death          Status‡‡   NARA
Welding          Robert S.      Cpl                   USMC                    Korea       Sept. 4, 1930   July 9, 1953         KIA
Wilson           Frank.         Fireman 2c            USNR                    WWII
Lyons*           James O.       1st Lt.               Army                    WWII                        1944 or 1945         DOW
Brendel†         Roy            Sgt.                  Army                    WWII                        1945


                  Additional Casualties Listed in Hungarian American Defense Council Pamphlet
             Name                   Date of         Place & Date of Death                        Connection to New Brunswick
                                     Birth
Haklar, Ferenc (Frank Haklar)     Feb. 27-       Sep. 20, 1944, Pelele         Born in and went to school in New Brunswick. Member of St.
                                  1915           Islands Java                  Ladislaus Church.
Hegedus, Gyorgy L. (George L.     Mar. 24-       Okinawa Japan, May 13,        Member of St. Ladislaus Church.
Hegedus)                          1914           1945
Horvath, Jozsef (Rev. Joseph      May 9,1914     February 1945, Germany        Born in and went to school in New Brunswick.
Horvath)
Jeney, Janos (John Jenney)                       Jul. 11, 1944, Italy          Went to Clara Barton School (Edison), Member of St. Joseph
                                                                               Greek Catholic Church.
Kis, Erno (Ernest Kiss)           1919           Apr. 15, 1945, Germany        Born in and went to school in New Brunswick. Member of Magyar
                                                                               Presbyterian Church.
Marjan, Sandor (Alex Maryan)      Sep. 30,       Jan. 22, 1944 Anzio Italy     Went to school in New Brunswick. Member of St. Joseph Greek
                                  1914                                         Catholic Church
Revak, Ferenc (Frank Revak)       Jul. 28-       Aug. 1, 1944                  Went to school in New Brunswick. Member of St. Joseph Greek
                                  1921                                         Catholic Church
Rodak, Istvan J. (Stephen         Mar.           Feb. 16, 1945, Philippines    Born in New Brunswick. Went to Clara Barton School.
Rodak)                            24,1923
Sass, Erno (Ernest Sass)          Aug. 28-       1945, France                  Born in New Brunswick. Member of St. Ladislaus Church
                                  1925
Szidor, Janos (John Szidor)       1911           1944, Guam                    Member of St. Ladislaus Church
Szigeti, Pal (Paul Szigeti)       Apr. 20-       Jul. 15, 1944, France         Member of Hungarian Reformed Church
                                  1925
Toth, Imre (Emery Toth)           Jun. 3,        Japan,                        Went to school in New Brunswick. Member of Magyar
                                  1924                                         Presbyterian Church

*
  From New Brunswick, probably enlisted from Pennsylvania where he was living with his wife. 106th Infantry. Wounded in the Battle of the Bulge
and taken prisoner. After war was liberated and died of wounds while still in service. Information from John Lepping, nephew
†
  Enlisted Elizabeth NJ; died Germany.

				
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Description: World War II (abbreviated WWII). September 1, 1939 -1 945 years on August 15, to Germany, Italy, Japan and France Axis (and Finland, Hungary, Romania and other countries) as a party to the anti-fascist alliance and the world anti-fascist forces, on the other for the second time on a global scale war. From Europe to Asia, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, there have been 61 countries and regions, more than 2.0 billion population is involved in the war, combat regional area of 2200 square km. According to incomplete statistics, war, soldiers and civilians were killed or injured more than 9,000 million people, 4 more than one trillion U.S. dollars down the drain. End of World War II the United States, Soviet Union, China, Britain and other countries and peoples of the world anti-fascist victory over the fascist invaders win the world peace and progress to an end.