Original U.S. WWII POW 106th Infantry Division Named Grouping
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Original Items: One-of-a-kind Set. Staff Sergeant Jero Savianeso ASN 32773409 from Cliffside Park, New Jersey served in Company L, 423rd Infantry Regiment, 106th Infantry Division during World War Two. He fought in multiple campaigns in the European Theatre of Operations and was captured by German forces during the battle of the Bulge on 19 December 1944. He was taken to the POW camp Stalag IX-B where he remained until in was liberated by American forces in later March, 1944. His name can be found on a national archives list of POW’s at Stalag IX-B at this link.
According to to his obituary which can be found at this link he received 3 Bronze Stars and a Silver Star. After the war he married Frances Caminitti in New Jersey. Included in this fantastic grouping are the following items:
– Stalag IX-B January 9th, 1945 dated Kriegsgefangenenlager post card hand written and signed by Jero Savianeso addressed to his future wife Frances Caminitti and addressed to her home in Gutenberg, New Jersey. In the post card he lets her know he is alright and loves her and asks het to go to the red cross and to send him…