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Friday August 19th, 2022 5:16AM

LISTEN: Remembering World War II soldiers who went above and beyond

By Mornings on Maine Street

Mornings on Maine Street was glad to have Alex Kershaw join the show to talk about some outstanding WWII heroes. Kershaw's book "Against All Odds: A True Story of Ultimate Courage and Survival in World War II" talks about four men who earned medal after medal for battlefield heroism. Kershaw shares what those and others like them often dealt with when returning to civilian life. 

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LISTEN: Remembering World War II soldiers who went above and beyond
Mornings on Maine Street was glad to have Alex Kershaw join the show to talk about some outstanding WWII heroes. Kershaw's book "Against All Odds: A True Story of Ultimate Courage and Survival in World War II" talks about four men who earned medal after medal for battlefield heroism. Kershaw shares what those and others like them often dealt with when returning to civilian life.
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