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The Stamford Historical Society Presents

Pride and Patriotism: Stamford’s Role in World War II
Online Edition


George (Dodge) Fielding III

Dodge Fielding was in the 192nd Field Artillery Battalion and was killed in the Philippines in 1945. He is mentioned in the interview of Flavio Fogio in Tony Pavia’s book. The photos below are from the Society’s Archives. He was the brother of Temple Fielding.

Temple (Dodge) Fielding Wheeler (rear), Francis Kappelman
Wheeler (rear) & Francis Kappelman
in the Pacific

Note: None of the original photos have inscriptions except the bove center one.

 Training Camp

en route to camp the camp
in the camp exercise grounds
getting instructions the instructor

on Leave

with family and friends Dodge and friend
at the train station at the train station

2nd Battalion - 192nd Field Artillery Regiment
Lineage and Honors 192nd Field Artillery Battalion

KILROY WAS HERE drawn by Mort WalkerIntroduction
Stamford Service Rolls
Exhibit Photos
Opening Day