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Eugene Sengstake

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Eugene Wagner Sengstake Sr. of Lincoln, Nebraska, served in the 100th Medical Regiment and later as a B-24 pilot. Sengstake served in the U.S. Army Air Forces from 1941-1944, and he attined the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. His service was in the South Pacific, including New Guinea. He was killed in action June 9, 1944 between Palau and Wake Islands.

Source

Eugene Sengstake Jr., Lincoln History Harvest 2014

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Items in the Eugene Sengstake Collection

This is the front and back of a dollar, which is likely part of a short snorter, from the Eugene Sengstake collections. This collection is donated by Eugene Wagner Sengstake Jr. A short snorter is a banknote which was signed by various persons…

This is the front and back of a ten shillings Australian note, which is likely part of a short snorter, from the Eugene W. Sengstake Sr. collections. This collection is donated by Eugene Wagner Sengstake Jr. A short snorter is a banknote which was…

This letter is from Eugene Sengstake Sr.'s brother to Major Glenn E. Cole inquiring more details about Sengstake's fate following being reported missing in action in the South Pacific on June 9, 1944. In the letter, Sengstake's brother says he is…

This is Eugene Stengstake Sr's. hat worn in the military. It is a peaked cap made by Brooks in California. The hat is made of soft, green corduroy cloth, with a brown, leather visor.

Eugene Wagner Sengstake Sr. of Lincoln, Nebraska, served in the…

Eugene Sengstake Sr.'s Missing in Action letter from Major E..A. Bradunas to Ruth Sengstake, Eugene's wife.

Eugene Wagner Sengstake of Lincoln, Nebraska, served in the 110th Medical Regiment and later as a B-24 pilot. Sengstake served in the U.S.…