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army officer

Joseph E. Barzynski, American army officer. member War Department General Staff. Washington, District of Columbia, 1927-1931; Member Society Automotive Engineers.

Background

Barzynski, Joseph E. was born on March 13, 1884 in St. Paul, Nebraska, United States. Son of John and Virginia (Wilkosheski) Barzynski.

Education

Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1905. Student Ecole de l’Intendence, Paris, 1924-1926, Command and General staff schedul, 1931-1933.

Career

September 23, 1908; children—Joseph E. (colonel A.C., United States Army), Eunice (Second lieutenant W.A.C., United States Army). Commissioned Second lieutenant Infantry, United States Army, 1905, and advanced through the grades to brigadier general, 1940. With Infantry, Wyoming, 1905-1912, Philippine Islands, 1912-1915.

Mexican Punitive Expedition, 1916-1917. Question Manager, 86th Division, Camp Grant, and sailed with the 86th Division to France. Question Manager, 32d Division, France and Germany, 1918-1919.

Duty with United States Liquidation Commission, Paris, 1919. American Legation, Warsaw, Poland, 1920. Member War Department General Staff.

Washington, District of Columbia, 1927-1931. Chief of motor transportation, 1940-1941. Commanding general Chicago Question Manager Depot October 1941-1972.

Received Mexican Punitive and World War I service decorations.

Membership

Member War Department General Staff. Washington, District of Columbia, 1927-1931. Member Society Automotive Engineers.

Clubs: Army and Navy, Army and Navy Country (Washington, District of Columbia).

Connections

Married Theresa M. New. Children: Joseph E. (colonel.

father:
John Barzynski

mother:
Virginia (Wilkosheski) Barzynski

spouse:
Theresa M. New.

child:
Joseph E. (col Barzynski