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Status: Complete

WAR RECORD

First went into action (place): in the Aragon Forest

(date): Oct. 18, 1918

Participated in the following engagements: Co D. 61 inft, 5 Div. in to actual service at Mantaline Farms [Ferme de Madeline] Oct. 18, 1918. the first objective was Cunell and the next was Cleary Legrand [Clery-le-Grand] the next was Cleary Lepete [Clery-le-Petit] next Dalgan [Doulcan] next Muese River and was [sunk?] on a Bridge from Areplains Bams [airplane's bombs?]. And next [dawn or town?] Dunsurmuse [Dun-Sur-Muese] Milly next Lion [-devant-Dun?] next [illegible, possibly Murvaux] next and Brandyville [Brandeville] last. Nov. 11, 1918. [Manuscript continues on available blank lines]: Was at Petange Luxembourgh embarked for Brest July 8, 1919. arrived at Brest July 11, 1919. On board the English ship Aquatannia [Aquitania?]. July [13?] 1919. Arrived at N.Y. July 20, 1919. Went to Camp Mills, L.I. [Long Island]

Cited, decorated, or otherwise honored for distinguished services (give circumstantial accounts of exploits, including dates and places where performed, also by whom and in what manner the honors were bestowed): : non[e]

Killed in action, killed by accident, died of wounds, died of disease, wounded, gassed, shell-shocked, taken prisoner:

Nature of casualty: no. none.

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Permanently disabled (through loss of limb, eyesight, etc.) (specify disability): non[e]

Arrived at (American port): N.Y.

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Date: July 20

(from): See Notes below for additional information.

Discharged from service at (place): Camp Dix, N.J.

(date): July 26, 1919

as a (rank): Private

RETURN TO CIVIL LIFE

Occupation after the war: Mecanic

If a change of occupation was occasioned by reason of disability acquired in the service, describe the process of re-education and readjustment, and indicate the agencies or individuals chiefly instrumental in furnishing the new occupations:: By trade I am a mecanic

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Virginia Kress

This appears to be additional information on Private Shrader's return home. "Was at Petange Luxembaurgh embarked for Brest July 8, 1919 arrived at Brest July 11, 1919 on board the English ship Aquatannia - July 18, 1919 arrived at N.Y. July 20, 1919 wnt to Camp Mills, LI"

rastinirv

I agree with Virginia Kress and am transcribing it.