Sergeant Paul W. Dehart

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From the estate of "Sergeant Paul W. Dehart, Headquarters Company Combat CommandA, 5th Armoured Division"
He was born and raised in Mohnton, PA. He entered the service in June, 1941 and was trained at Fort Knox, Kentucky in October, 1941. He landed at Normandy and fought across Europe - Battle of the Bulge, Rhineland etc.


Includes 22 photos, 1941 colour restricted map of Fort Belvoir, "nd Armoured Division cotton patch, 3 ribbon parade bar that has the "Good conduct", American Defence and European-African-Mid Eastern Awards.


He was entitled to  5 bronze battle starts on the ast ribbon. He arrived in England on 25th Feb, 1944 and stayed fighting in Europe until Oct, 1945.
2 mint medals )Good conduct and Eame), Tanker's Mi Dust Respirator, wallet size honourable discharge document and a Tanker's long sleeve olive drab wool "Battle of the Bulge" driving jacket with near perfect elastic waist and cuff bands (size 38).