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PFC Albert C. Karaso
Military Police

Discharge papers
Discharge Papers
Feruary 12, 1946

Augsburg, Germany, December 1, 1945
Augsburg, Germany
December 1, 1945


This is a photograph of my father, Albert C. Karaso (right) with his pals in Augsburg, Germany, December 1, 1945. His friends are Begley from New Jersey (left) and Kacimar from Pennsylvania (middle). Dad was a Military Policeman (number 677), in the 103rd Division 410th Infantry, in the campaigns in the Rhineland and Central Europe.

He received the following decorations and citations:

  1. Good Conduct Medal

  2. American Campaign Medal

  3. European African Middle Eastern Campaign Medal

  4. 2 Bronze Stars

  5. World War II Victory Medal

One of his bronze stars he received for bravery volunteering to carry dynamite on his back on a mission to blow up a bridge. You can see he is wearing his bronze star on his right hand side. He entered the military service on November 28, 1942 and was discharged February 28, 1946.




Augsburg, Germany, December 1, 1945
Augsburg, Germany
Dad showing his bronze star
December 1, 1945
Dad in Alsace Lorraine, France
Alsace Lorraine, France
Harry D. Proctor (l) Dad (r)
February, 1944


Marseilles, France, November 1, 1944
Marseilles, France
Dad in the center
November 1, 1944


Alsace Lorraine, France
Alsace Lorraine, France
February 12, 1945


Alsace Lorraine, France Alsace Lorraine, France
February 12, 1945


Alsace Lorraine, France
Alsace Lorraine France
February 12, 1945



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