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In Memory of Abie Abraham

July 31, 1913 -  March 22, 2012

of Abie Abraham

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Article reads:
M. Sgt. Abie Abraham, Butler Pa., was requested by Gen. Douglas MacArthur to stay over as to retake the Bataan Death march to locate graves of soldiers who died and were buried along the way. Sergeant Abraham, age 39 was interned at Cabanatuan the Philippines during Japanese occupation. He has years of Army service.


Article reads:
M/Sgt Abie Abraham of Butler pa., will stay overseas, at the request of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, to re-take the Bataan "Death March" to the aid in locating graves of soldiers who were buried along the way. He took the march and was interned by the Japanese.
Article reads:
M/Sgt. Abie Abraham, Butler Pa., who was requested by MacArthur to stay overseas  to retake the Bataan Death march for purpose of locating graves of American boys who died along the way.  Abraham, 30, on duty with 601st Quartermaster Graves Registrations co., was interned at Cabanatuan  during Japanese Occupation.
This article appeared in most of the news papers in the United States. Read and seen by millions of service men and women in world War II
(June 1945)
Honolulu times by Acme Telephoto
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