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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

NORTHRIDGE SERVICEMAN DUDLEY AMBROSE WAS IN HARM'S WAY IN WORLD WAR II



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                                                            Dudley C. Amrose Jr.
1943 Valley Times Honor Roll Album - Gift to The Museum of the San Fernando Valley from Dennis Spiegelman  2014.  (click on image to enlarge it.)    


"Dudley C Ambrose Junior, is a storekeeper with the Merchant Marine, which he entered June 2, 1941, but has had much overseas duty in that branch of the service. He has been on convoy convoy duty since Pearl Harbor and seen action at Pearl Harbor, Guadalcanal, in Australia, New Zealand and other South Pacific islands. On one trip he was wounded by shrapnel from a Japanese dive bomber. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. DC Ambrose live at ---- Jellico Ave., Northridge."

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