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Zaccagnini, Cipriano (Second World War correspondence)
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This collection contains six letters from Sgt. Cipriano Zaccagnini, USA to his cousin Mary Talingo during the Second World War.
Sergeant Cipriano "Chip" Zaccagnini, United States Army (10/31/1924 - 9/23/2015) was born in Bagnoli del Trigno, Italy and emigrated to the United States with his mother Giuseppina "Josephine" Zaccagnini Ialunga on November 10, 1930 (arrival) when he was six years old. He served with Company F 262 Infantry Regiment, 66th "Panther" Division at Camp Rucker, Alabama and later overseas in France and possibly Germany. He served as part of the occupation force with Company A 282 Combat Engineer Battalion and boarded a vessel for return after staging at Camp Philip Morris in Le Havre, France on April 3, 1946.
0.03 Linear Feet (1 folder)
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