Albert E. Pole

Pfc. Pole Killed In Action on Guam

(Sept. 7, 1944) -- Marine Pfc. Albert E. Pole, 22, of 380 Washington Avenue, was killed in Guam on Aug. 7.

He enlisted in the Marines in 1942.

Pole was sent to the Pacific Theatre in January 1943.


(Dec. 16, 1943) -- Pvt. Albert E. Pole, of Washington Avenue, received a Purple Heart for wounds received Nov. 19, in the South Pacific.

It is not known how serious the wound is.

Pole enlisted in 1942, and trained at Parris Island N.C.

He went overseas in January. 


Pfc. Albert E. Pole, U.S. Marine Corps

00473999

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: August 7, 1944

Honolulu Memorial
Honolulu, Hawaii

Awards: Purple Heart with Gold Star


Sources

American Battle Monuments Commission

The Belleville Times, Dec. 16, 1943; Sept. 7, 1944

Newark Evening News, Feb. 26, Sept. 23,1944

Albert Pole Way, Belleville, N.J.

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