~Military Records~
***World War I Draft Registration Cards***
Rudolph Edward
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Leo Betlach page 1

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Leander Francis
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Victor Emil Betlach
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Joseph W. Betlach
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August Betlach page 1

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Edward Rudolph
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Edward Spencer
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Edwin Jesse Betlach
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Emanuel John Betlach
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Emil Betlach page 1

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Emil Frank Betlach
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Emil George Betlach
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Emil J. Betlach page 1

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Alousis Joseph
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Frank Betlach page 1

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Frank John Betlach
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Frank Vincent Betlach
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Frederick Edward
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John Betlach page 1

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John Emil Betlach
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John J. Bettlach  
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John Joseph Betlach
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Joseph Albert Betlach
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Joseph E. Betlach
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Joseph John Betlach
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Joseph John Bettlach
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Emanuel John Betlach
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Emil Betlach
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Emil F. Betlach
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Frank William Bettlach
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Gus (August) Betlach
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Joseph E. Betlach
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John Joseph Betlach
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John Joseph Bettlack
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Joseph Albert Betlach
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Joseph John Betlach
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Joseph William Betlach
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Ernest Donald Betlach
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Frank Abden Betlach
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Verne Edwin Betlach
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Richard John Betlach
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Marvin Cecil Betlach
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Louis George Betlach
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Joseph Louis Betlach
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John Emil Betlach
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Frank Vincent Betlach
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Jesse David Betlach
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Gerald Bernard Betlach
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Fred E. Betlach
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Donald A. Betlach
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Rudolph E. Betlach

Bernard Daniel Betlach
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Dale Jerome Betlach
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Edward Michael Belach
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Emil Joseph Betlach
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Joseph Jerome Betlach
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~Military Records~
***World War 2 Draft Registration Cards***



Sgt. Louis Adolph Zeman, from Waconia, Minnesota
was age 21 when he enlisted at Fort Snelling.
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He was in the 151st Field Artillery, 42nd Division
of the Rainbow Division in World War I.
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He was wounded twice in battle and received the
Purple Heart and 2 Oak Leaf Clusters.
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Application for headstone
application page 2

Louis Adolph Zeman (1895-1952)
was the son of
Frank and Anna Zbytovsky Zeman

World War 2 Draft Registration Card    page1   page 2

George Edward Betlach
Service Number: 639  66  71

Registered for the Navy:  Selective Service Board in Chicago, Illinois
Enlisted: October 23, 1942 Navy Recruiting Station, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Received his training at the Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Illinois


He served aboard the U.S.S. New York  December 10, 1942
The U.S.S. Chicopee (1944)

He was stationed at the Naval Air Station, Patuxent River, Maryland
The Naval Air Station in Alathe, Kansas and at
The Naval Aircraft Facility at Dakar, French West Africa, WWII


He attained the rank of Ships Cook First Class.


Discharged October 5, 1945 and received a mustering out pay of $100.00

World War 2 Draft Registration Card
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T/4 Donald A. BETLACH, '46, Sun
Prairie, has been missing in action in Ger-
many since Dec. 21. He was attached to
the officers mess of an infantry unit. His
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward R.
Betlach, Sun Prairie.

Haight, Polly Coles (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 46, Number 5 (Feb. 15, 1945)
In line of duty,   pp. 12-13



Sgt. Donald A. BETLACH, '46, son of
Mr. & Mrs. Edward R. BETLACH, W.
Main St., Sun Prairie, has been liberated
from a German prison camp. He had been a
prisoner since Dec. 21, 1944 and had been
overseas about 2 months when taken prisoner.

(Haight, Polly Coles (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 46, Number 10 (July 15, 1945)
In line of duty,   pp. 12-13

He attained the rank of Staff Sergeant

George Betlach

Naval Service Record
Naval Qualifications Card
Naval Separation Paper
Transcript of the interview Charles J. Shields did with Donald Betlach
From the Research Collection 1939-2012
Indiana Historical Society--Thank you Amy Vedra for your help!
Donald was taken prisoner during the Battle of the Bulge.

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SSgt Donald A. Betlach
1924-2020
Fred Joseph Matuska
Draft Registration
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