Oneida Veterans Memorial: World War II 1941-1946

© Photographed October 26, 2013 and Memorial Day, May 30, 2016
Erected by Oneida Nation
Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin
44.521087,-88.134416
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WORLD WAR II
1941 - 1946
Hundreds of Oneida men and women left their homes to fight in all theaters of war, from Africa to Italy, Germany, the South Pacific and Asian mainland. Some were victims of the Bataan Death March in the Philippines. Eventually, the Philippines and survivors of the Bataan Death March were liberated.
The memorial is located on westbound West Mason Street / Highway 54 at its intersection with Pleasant Lane, at or near 3294 West Mason Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54313.

Special Note
Four Oneida served as Code Talkers during World War II:
Hudson Doxtator (Army),


Road Trip Local 5 News: Oneida Veterans Memorial


The memorial is on the east side of the Memorial Wall.

The names on the bricks beneath the World War II Memorial
(moving top to bottom, left to right):





 A beautiful fall day at the memorial.

The Oneida Veterans Memorial is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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