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Photos of WWII Dead Sought

Published: 2:04 PM, 10/29/2008


A Greene County woman is attempting to put together a photo album of soldiers and sailors from Greene County who died during World War II. The photo album is to be displayed during Veterans Day and Memorial Day programs. It will also be kept at American Legion Post 64 in Greeneville.
Channels: News  History 
Keywords: greeneville,  world,  war,  2,  ii,  photos,  memorial 


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