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Clarence Gene Neumann

 

Clarence was a crewmember on a B17 flying fortress, part of the 332nd Bomber Squadron - 94th bomber; they were on their way back to base after a bombing run over France on December 6, 1943, and were shot down. The plane went down in the Bay of Biscayne off the coast of France. His body was never recovered. He was a Sergeant at the time of his death.

Clarence received the Purple Heart Medal and the Air Medal. His name was placed on the Memorial at the American Memorial Cemetery in Cambridge, England - Wall of the Missing.

Below is a link to the Cemetery in which American Soldiers were interned or memorialized that died in Europe.


Cambridge Memorial Cemetery
National WWII Memorial

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