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Harold Stromsoe

SurnameStromsoe
Given NameHarold
Born30 Jun 1906
Died7 Oct 1943
CountryUnited States
CategoryMilitary-Sea
GenderMale

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ww2dbaseHarold Arvid Stromsoe was a Chief Torpedoman aboard submarine USS S-44 when the submarine was sunk by Japanese escort vessel Ishigaki off of the Kurile Islands in 1943. Only two men survived the sinking, and Stromsoe was not among them.

ww2dbaseSource: United States Navy

Harold Stromsoe Timeline

30 Jun 1906 Harold Stromsoe was born.
7 Oct 1943 Harold Stromsoe was killed aboard USS S-44 as the submarine was sunk by Japanese escort vessel Ishigaki.

Photographs

Chief Torpedoman Harold Stromsoe (far left) and others at the deck gun of USS S-44, Jan 1943Chief Torpedoman Harold Stromsoe aboard USS S-44, 1943




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Chief Torpedoman Harold Stromsoe (far left) and others at the deck gun of USS S-44, Jan 1943Chief Torpedoman Harold Stromsoe aboard USS S-44, 1943


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"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You win the war by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country!"

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