Ribbon, Military
1940 Approximate
World War II Bar Medal and Bronze Stars of Marshall Schoenrock. Material: metal, textile. Size: 3/8" W. x 4" L. x 1/4" deep. Description: multi-colored grosgrain ribbon wrapped around a rectangular steel bar, designed to hold three ribbons: (1) red and yellow vertical stripes represent the Good Conduct Medal; (2) blue, yellow, black, red, white, darker blue striped ribbon represent the American Campaign Medal; (3) brown, black, white, red, green, blue and yellow striped ribbon in third slot represents the Europe/Africa/Middle East Campaign Medal: three bronze stars on third ribbon; clear plastic over all three ribbons; reverse side: straight pin and rotator safety catch.
Waseca County Military - WWII. Uniform worn by Marshall Schoenrock while in the Keystone Division, 28th Infantry from 1943-1945. Schoenrock, who was decorated for his service, was in three campaigns including Southern France and the Battle of the Black Forest. This medal was worn on the military blouse above left breast pocket.