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Harold Maples | 40th Infantry Division, 224th Infantry Regiment - Army

4:00   |   After the treaty had been signed, Harold Maples and his regiment were responsible for setting up a no man's land. In processing enemy soldiers, he found that the brutal Korean winters were equally hard on the North Koreans and Chinese, who were barely equipped to handle them.

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