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Daniel Dean Becker collection

 Collection — Box: Single Folder Collections - 2002 Box, Folder: 02.0098 - Folder 1
Identifier: 02-02.0098

Content Description

This collection relates to Daniel Dean Becker who served in the 110th Signal Company, 10th Mountain Division in Italy during World War II. This collection contains a veterans questionnaire and memoir entitled "Memoirs of a Signalman: 110 Signal Company, 10th Mountain Division, Italy World War II."


  • September 9, 1999
  • Event: Majority of material found within 1943-1946

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open to all researchers.

Conditions Governing Use

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Biographical / Historical

Daniel Dean Becker was born on July 30, 1925 in Southbend, Indiana. In December 1943, shortly after his 18th birthday, Becker was inducted at Camp Atteberry in Southern Indiana. From there, he was assigned to the Signal Corps and send to Camp Crowder for basic training. Becker then went to Chicago where he learned the automatic dial central office repair. He was then sent to Camp Carson, Colorado. He served in the 10th Mountain Division as a "mule skinner." Becker then transferred to Italy where he fixed switchboards. Becker was discharged on April 23, 1946. Following his service, Becker worked as an electrical engineer starting with the Navy missile program before joining NASA in Houston. Daniel Dean Becker passed away in 2008 at the age of 83.


1 folders (1 folder)

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Daniel Dean Becker collection
Beatrice Dain
December 2, 2020
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Repository Details

Part of the Institute on WWII and the Human Experience Repository