American Ex-Prisoners of War
A not-for-profit, Congressionally-chartered veterans’ service organization advocating for former prisoners of war and their families.

Established April 14, 1942

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Rosso, James
1942 army
1942 Army Recruit
James Rosso 1996
James at National 1996 AX-POW Convention
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James's POW ID Card
James and Martisa
James and Martisa of "Dixon Pool Military Shop" having fun at AX-POW National Convention
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After the War ...
James Rosso joined the Army and served in the 315th Infantry Division, European Theater of Operations during World War II.

He took part in the Normandy landings and was captured in France July 4, 1944. He was 28 years old and was interned for 10 months until liberated by the U.S. Army on the 26th of April 1945. James was held in Stalag, 7A and 7B and received the Prisoners of War, Bronze Star and Good Conduct Medals.

After the war James was a "lock operator" with the Corps of Engineers, (dept. of Army) until retirement. He has remained active in Veterans Organizations and been an active member of the AXPOW's since 1982. He currently lives in Kenner, LA. with his wife Rachael.

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