WHY WE OBSERVE MEMORIAL DAy
May 23, 2020
Buried in Belgium
Theodore T, Eeg’s second wound proved fatal. He was first wounded in December.
The following letter gives the particulars regarding the death of Theodore T. Eeg:
Mrs. Thea Linder
Dear Mrs. Linder:
In behalf of the commanding officer of this hospital I want to express our sympathy. Your son, Theodore T. Egg, was seriously wounded and died in this hospital in Belgium 5 February 1945.
I personally saw him and know that he was given the best treatment. He was wounded in Germany by a shell fragment in the left chest and died soon after arr- iving at the hosp...
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