Details for Roster ID 6168
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|Affiliation:||Class of 1913|
|Biography & Genealogy:||World World I Record: First Lieutenant, Infantry, U.S. Army. Previously, for two years, a Sergeant in the British Expeditionary Force, and several times severely wounded and gassed. Awarded the D.S.O. by King George, personally, who visited him at the Hospital in London. Author of an interesting book on Trench Warfare as practised in this War. Died in New York, June 28, 1918, from the effects of his wounds and hardships in France where he had served over three years.|
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