Ruvolo, Peter, MAJ

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Last Rank
Major
Last Service Branch
Infantry
Last MOS Group
Infantry (Officer)
Primary Unit
1917-1918, 1542, 1st Infantry Division/HHC
Service Years
1917 - 1918
Foreign Language(s)
Italian

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Home Country
Italy
Italy
Year of Birth
1895
 
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Home Town
Brooklyn
Last Address
Brooklyn N.Y.

Date of Passing
Jan 22, 1943
 
Location of Interment
Saint John's Cemetery - Middle Village, New York
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Not Specified

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Last Known Activity

Judge Peter H, Ruvolo was  New York State .Senator 1936 then Was Judge      He was my uncle


   
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World War I/Cambrai Campaign
Start Year
1917
End Year
1917

Description
Cambrai, 20 November - 4 December 1917. The year that America entered the war was marked by near disaster for the Allies on all the European fronts. A French offensive in April, with which the British cooperated, was a failure, and was followed by widespread mutinies in the French armies. The British maintained strong pressure on their front throughout the year; but British attacks on the Messines Ridge (7 June), at Ypres (31 July), and at Cambrai (20 November) failed in their main objective-the capture of German submarine bases-and took a severe toll of British fighting strength. Three American engineer regiments-the 11th, 12th, and 14th-were engaged in construction activity behind the British lines at Cambrai in November, when they were unexpectedly called upon to go into the front lines during an emergency. They thus became the first A.E.F. units to meet the enemy.
   
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From Year
1917
To Year
1917
 
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Dec 9, 2010
   
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