US military ID tags issued to German refugee and soldier in Counterintelligence Corps
- Object Type
Military dog tags (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Anita and Marc Fiedler
Military dogs tags issued to Ernest Fiedler, who served in the the United States Army Counterintelligence Corps. He and his family left Nazi Germany for the US in 1938.
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Also in Ernest Fiedler collection
The collection consists of dog tags, patches, documents, a photograph album, photographs, and a publication relating to the experiences of Ernest Fielder, before the war in Breslau, Germany, which his family left for the United States in 1938, and during his service in the United States Army Counterintelligence Corps during and after World War II.
Materials collected by Ernest Fiedler (1922-2003), originally of Breslau, Germany, during his military service with the U.S. Army Counterintelligence Corps in the European Theatre, during World War II. Includes one album of photographs and patches, dating from the period of his service in the U.S. Army; and various documents, including identification cards, special orders, and memoranda, related to his Army service.
Album of cloth photographs of film stars with biographies brought with Ernest Fiedler when he left Nazi Germany with his family in 1938. He later served in the United States Army Counterintelligence Corps.