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Frederick Stix

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Stix, Fred


Stix, Frederick. b. November 3, 1914, Suring, Wisconsin, POW, Circus roustabout, received passport# 488431 on December 8, 1937 which listed his address as Suringe, Wisconsin, Sailed December 11, 1937 aboard the Vollendam, Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln-Washington BN, rank Soldado, reported MIA Retreats 10 March 1938, Captured, Exchanged October 8, 1939, Returned to the US on October 18, 1938 aboard the Queen Mary, WWII US Army, POW, ETO, Served in the Korean War, Rank SGT, 

 

Sources: Sail, SACB, BN 58 Retreats,

Photograph: Fred Stix from a group photograph taken aboard the Paris, December 1938. 

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References

BN 58 untitled report on losses in the Retreats (undated), RA Fond 545, Opis 6, Delo 51, pp. 26-33

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Additional Notes Served in the Korean War, US Army SGT