INDEX

Felix A. Cizewski
& World War Two (Signal Corps, Europe, 1942 to 1945)

Map of Felix's Journey

1942: Drafted Federal Use Tax on Motor Vehicles Revenue Stamp

1942-1943: Signal Corps Training Center, Camp Crowder, Missouri & Assignment to Company C, 3110th Signal Service Company

Between October, 1943 and October, 1944: Photos

1944: Deployment to England
June 6 to July 24, 1944: Normandy Campaign
July 25 - September 14,  1944: Northern France Campaign

September 15, 1944 to January 16, 1945: Army Service Forces,  Communications Zone, Paris

September 15, 1944 - March 21, 1945:
Rhineland Campaign

March 22 - May 11, 1945: Central Europe Campaign Occupation Duty Undated, probably before July 14, 1945: A Gathering of GIs

July, 1945:
Return on the "Victory Ship"Madawaska" Camp Myles Standish, Boston Port of Embarkation

Camp Grant Separation Center, Rockford, Illinois

Discharge Uniform and Dog Tags

Trophies and Sourvenirs
A Disabled Veteran?

Photos from Felix A. Cizewski's collection:
Researching Felix A. Cizewski's History

Unofficial Informal Archive of the U.S. Army Signal Corps in Northwest Europe in WWII

This section developed form the research on Felix A. Cizewski's service. Veterans and their families have shared stories and images. This may be one of the only active sites about the service of men and women of the Signal Corps in northwest Europe in WWII.

45th Infantry Division related links:

45th Infantry Division

Bill Mauldin's Willy and Joe: Bill Mauldin covered for Stars and Stripes the campaigns in which Felix served.  His Willy and Joe cartoons illustrate what Felix experienced. Felix and Bill Mauldin were in the 45th Infantry Division at different times.



Additional Information and Related Links


INDEX: Cizewski, Lovetere, Musbach, & Robinson Family History

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