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Pause here and remember Ron Albers, beloved Son, Brother,
Husband and Father. He landed at Utah Beach on D-Day +2.
His job was to follow the infantry in a mobile radio (Y)
station and intercept coded messages in the field of battle. His
assignment ended in Leipzig at the end of the war. When Ron
revisited England and the Normandy Beaches in 1927 he learned
that his messages had been sent for decoding at Bletchley Park.
Ronald H. Albers 1923 - 2003
Technician Third Grade - No. 39461741
3251st Signal Service Company
1st Army, 7th Corps
United States Army
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Bletchley Park Flowers Walk Bletchley United Kingdom
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