Pvt. Carl Duane Stuller
 

Born: 3 February 1918  - Home: Walton, Pennsylvania - Residence: Ohio
Inducted: U. S. Army - 17 March 1941
Training: Fort Knox, Kentucky, Camp Polk, Louisiana
192nd Tank Battalion, Company D
Overseas Duty: Philippine Islands - Engagements: Battle of Bataan
Prisoner of War: 9 April 1942,  Death March
POW Camps: Philippine Islands: Camp O'Donnell & Cabanatuan #1 and Bilibid Prison
Japan:  Fukuoka Camp 17 - coal mining
Hell Ship: Canadian Inventor, Sailed: Manila - 4 July 1944, Note: Ship returned to Manila - Sailed again - 16 July 1944
Arrived: Moji - 1 September 1944

Note: During trip the ship stopped at Takao and Keelung, Formosa and Naha, Okinawa  - voyage took 62 days
Liberated: September 1945
Work: Farmer - Wisconsin
Died: 7 November 1991 - Tampa, Florida - no survivors   Buried: Florida National Cemetery  

                      

          Credit: Jim Opolony: 192nd & 194th Tank Battalion

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