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Bronislaw Kodzis Military Service Portrait


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Bronislaw Kodzis Military Service Portrait


Bronislaw F. Kodzis
Private United States Army
G Company
121st Infantry
8th Division

Born: May 16, 1916
Died: July 18, 1944

Bronislaw had lived at 4 Burnside Street with his mother and three siblings. He was 28 years old, inducted into the Army in July 16, 1942.

His last furlough was October 12, 1943, after which he headed overseas. Bronislaw’s last letter was dated 15 July, three days before his death. He stated that he had many a narrow escape, but had not been hurt yet. He was killed in action near St. Lo, France.

He had been employed at the Assabet Mills. His brother Stanley was a member of a ground crew at an Air Station in Florida. The Maynard Enterprise dated, August 10,
1944. stated that he was the eleventh man from Maynard to die while in service to his country.

The portrait is on display in the Maynard Veterans' Wall of Honor in the Soup Campbell Room, Lower Level of Maynard Town Hall.




Description researched and provided by Andrew Mitzcavitch
See 2019.155

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Framed Photo 8x10

Physical Dimensions

8 x 10 inches