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Charles E. Booth

Hackensack High School
Yearbook Photo
1938

 

According to W. George Vasios, a friend and neighbor who lived across the street on Park Street in Hackensack, Charles Booth was Killed in Action when his plane went down somewhere in the
Pacific Theater during World War II.

Written by:
Bob Meli
August 5, 2011

 

Since August 5, 2011 I have found this material on
Charles E. Booth’s service. 
Click here to view the BERGEN EVENING RECORD article dated Friday November 27, 1942, with Charles E. Booth's photo and statement telling of his advanced training for the
Army Air Force at Blytheville, Ark.


Click here to view the BERGEN EVENING RECORD article dated June 12, 1944 which tells of Booth's death.

Click here to view material researched by George Toriello on September 28, 2017 on Charles Booth.

 


 

Background image of Uncle Sam recruiting poster from: http://dcwalkabout.com/blog/uncle-sam-i-want-you-for-us-army-1917/