Emil L. Adler

Company B 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry

4th Infantry Division

KIA 03/02/1945



Emil L. Adler was born in Nebraska in 1909.

He listed his home of residence as Omaha, Nebraska.
His religioin was listed as Catholic.

Though the newspaper article below states that he was killed in Luxembourg,
he was actually killed in action in Germany, in the vicinity of Bruhlborn,
on March 2, 1945.



From the Omaha World Herald April 1945
via Loren Bender from the Find A Grave website





Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Plot I Row 4 Grave 17


Grave marker for Emil L. Adler

Photo from the Find A Grave website

Added by Doc Wilson

Photo courtesy of
American Battle Monuments Commission





Emil Adler played on an amateur baseball team in Nebraska before entering the service.
The following article from 2006 is about a plaque on which can be found his name.


Rosenblatt Stadium war memorial plaque

A World War II memorial that had hung at Rosenblatt Stadium was discarded years before the stadium
was shut down. Now, the plaque, which lists 40 names of Omaha amatuer baseball players -- including
Iowa Heisman Trophy winner Nile Kinnick -- who died in World War II, is about to resurface.
Some S.O.B's -- South Omaha Boys -- came into possession of the plaque and raised money to display it
at historic Brown Park, a South Omaha ballfield where the men all played in the 1930s and which recently
has been renovated to the tune of $1 million. Organizers are looking for descendants to participate in
an Aug. 14 dedication ceremony.

Sources: Omaha World-Herald archives; National Archives & Records Administration; Central High School Advanced Placement History 2006 reports,
courtesy of the Omaha Central High School Foundation.


The plaque with Emil Adler's name on it

From the Omaha.com website









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