Received: PURPLE HEART, ETO MEDAL, WW II VICTORY MEDAL, POW
MEDAL, BRONZE STAR, GOOD CONDUCT
G. M. CORP.
after War: MECHANIC
Robert L. Dunlap of Port Richey, FL., a Sergeant in the U.S. Armyís
28th Division, was 21 when he was captured in Oren, Belgium on December
17, 1944. Before being liberated by the Armored Forces in April of 1945
Robert spent 4 monthís in campís 1XB and 1XA marching day and night
and being placed in Box Cars that were unknowingly being bombed at by
our own planes. During these marches Robert and others with him would be
used as targets for the German soldiers. While marching they would also
be stoned at by younger people.
Robert received many medals including the Purple Heart, the Bronze
Medal, the Good conduct, and many more. After the war Robert went on to
work at the G.M. Corporation building the automobiles we drive today.