uHarold R. Yoder


News-Journal 
Mansfield, Ohio
05 Feb 1950, Sun  •  Page 7



News-Journal 
Mansfield, Ohio
23 Aug 1944, Wed  •  Page 3

 
Troop D, reconnoitering ahead of CCA, ran into heavy resistance five miles west of Chateauneuf and was forced to withdraw through Gorin after losing two officers and 21 enlisted men. A message received by squadron at 2205 reported the troop out of contact with CCA and requested squadron location.
 
 
On the occaision of the 50th anniversary of its liberation, August 6th 1944, the town of Chateauneuf du Faou, which holds the "Croix du Guerre" for its resistance during the war, erected this memorial in honor of those Americans who died on its soil.  A group of American veterans, some of who had fought in the battle for Chateauneuf du Foau in 1944, were present for the unveiling ceremony. 
Hoyt A.  Cannon
Martin J.  Clark
Chester Galloway
John N.  Hall
Anthony J.  Pilipaic
Edward J.  Powers
Paul D.  Shaver
Harold R.  Yoder
 

Harold R. Yoder

Corporal, U.S. Army

86th Cavalry Reconn Squadron, 6th Armored Division

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Date of Death: August 05, 1944

Buried: Beaufort National Cemetery

South Carolina