United States, Merchant Mariners Killed on US Operated Ships During WWII (FamilySearch Historical Records)
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What Is in the Collection?
These records include an index of mariners killed on US operated ships during World Ward II. This content was taken from the compiled site: Merchant Mariners killed on U.S. operated ships during World War II . This index, along with additional information on merchant mariners at war, is available at American Merchant Marines at War. The index covers the years 1940 to 1945.
Records may contain the following information:
- Ship name
- Date of death
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- Merchant Mariners killed on U.S. operated ships during World War II
- American Merchant Marines at War
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