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Video Interview with Pvt. Michael L. Linquata

Aid Man, 134th Infantry Regiment, Company D

The National World War II Museum in New Orleans conducted a video interview with Michael L. Linquata who served as an Aid Man in the 134th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division.  Mike was taken POW near Lutrebois, Belgium on January 5, 1944. He was first sent to Stalag XIIA at Limburg, Germany before being transferred to Stalag IXB near Bad Orb, Germany before being liberated in April 1945.

This interview is in 2 parts, beginning with a description of his youth in Gloucester, MA, continuing with his induction into the Army, his assignment to the 35th Division, and his capture and time as POW.



Thanks to The National World War II Museum for permission to post this video interview.

Michael Linquata also wrote a memoir of his wartime experiences AVAILABLE HERE

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