submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 07.09.2007
From: Philip Chlentzos
To: Peter Chlentzos
Philip and Peter Chlentzos were two of the four sons of Diamantis Haralambos Chlentzos and Yiannoula Koulentianos who enlisted in WW2. Philip died in combat on July 27, 1944, from injuries sustained during the invasion of Omaha Beach in France.
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