Grouping, Pfc. Emil Enz, Co. F, 335th Inf. Regt., 84th Infantry Division, ETO
Superb and scarce genuine WWII US Army grouping, which belonged to Private First Class Emil W. Enz and consisting of the following artifacts:
- a Purple Heart Medal (named), delivered in its orignal box with ribbon and lapel pin;
- a Bronze Star Medal (named), delivered in its orignal box with ribbon and lapel pin;
- a Combat Infantry Badge hallmarked Sterling.
A great homogeneous set, in perfect condition.
Emil Walter Enz was born on January 6, 1945 in Kenilworth, New Jersey and joined the US Army on April 25, 1944 (ASN 42117781). He went on to serve in Europe with Company F, 335th Infantry Regiment, 84th Infantry Division and was admitted to hospital in January 1945 because of 'trench foot'. He passed away on November 10, 2014.
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