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Those known to have served with  325th Fighter Sqd, USAAF during the Second World War 1939-1945.

  • Wasser Maurice Joseph. 2nd Lt.

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2nd Lt. Maurice Joseph "Murray" Wasser 325th Fighter Squadron

My beloved father, Murray Wasser, was a member of the 325th Fighter Squadron in Italy. He was shot down on his 13th mission over Salzburg, Austria and was a POW at Stalag VIIA. He passed away in April, 2007 and when looking through his things, I found his POW dog tags. My father's POW number was 147023. What shocked me was that those numbers are the same as in my birthday; 01/23/47! My sister made a necklace for me of the tags and I wear them proudly everyday.

I'm trying to find out what kind of metal they are made of. They have some rust and/or oxidation on them and I don't want to use something harmful. If anyone knows the type of metal used on those tags, please contact me. Thank you so very much!

Sandi Wasser Falk







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