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Malcolm Davis - World War II

Malcolm Davis served in the United States Army during World War II. He was drafted into the Army in 1944 and was stationed in Liverpool, England. He was one of the first soldiers to fight in the Battle of the Bulge. Later, his division entered Germany through the Black Forest.

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Malcolm Davis sitting in the Black Forest in 1945.

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The Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

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1945

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Malcolm Davis in the rest area to see Roscoe at Headquarters in 1945.

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Unknown

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1945

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Malcolm Davis with a group of Russian soldiers he met at the Elbe River in 1945.

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Elbe River, Germany

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1945

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Malcolm Davis’s Certificate of Decorations.

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Unknown

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Unknown

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Malcolm Davis’ Enlisted Record and Report of Separation.

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Unknown

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1945

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Malcolm Davis’s Honorable Discharge from the Army.

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Unknown

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December 9, 1945

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Outside cover of Malcolm Davis’s ration card.

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Unknown

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July 1945

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Inside contents of Malcolm Davis’ ration card.

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Unknown

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July 1945

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Malcolm Davis is interviewed by H.F. Williamson for the WILL AM-FM-TV Central Illinois World War II Stories project.

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Urbana, Illinois

When:

2007

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This photograph is the property of Illinois Public Media



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