Honorable discharge of Sgt. Paro M. Thomas, 119th Field Artillery, 32nd Division
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- 1919 May 15
Honorable discharge document issued to Sgt. Paro M. Thomas, HQ Co., 119th FA, 32nd Div. Thomas was born in Mayfield, Kentucky and enlisted at age 26. His occupation was office manager before enlistment. Composed of units from the Michigan and Wisconsin National Guard, the 32nd traced its lineage to the Iron Brigade of the Civil War. It was credited as being the first American division to break the Hindenburg Line in WWI and was the inspiration for the division patch-a red arrow shot through a line.
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