James F Jackson of Indiana became a Prisoner of War during World War II.
Serving in the U.S. Army, Infantry, INF: INFANTRY, James was captured by GERMANY and was imprisoned at Stalag 3B Furstenberg Brandenburg, Prussia (Also KDOS [USA] 1-5; ARB BTNS 225-255) 52-14. Final information at the end of the conflict was Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated. Data shows James was in 168 Group/Regiment/Commands/System Rifle North African Theatre: Tunisia. Source. US National Archives.
Research reveals additional details:
34th ID 168th IR
A Salute and Thank You for your service James.
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