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Charles York | Battery B, 375th Field Artillery Battalion, 100th Infantry Division, 7th Army

4:23   |   After six months of continuous combat, the 100th Division was sent into reserve and Charles York got some much needed rest. He came down with a case of yellow jaundice and had to spend some time in the hospital. Once he recovered, he guarded a train of returning Soviet slave laborers, which gave him some ideas about the Soviet regime. (This interview made possible with the support of COL ROBERT W. RUST, USMCR (ret.) in honor of LtGen Lawrence Snowden & LtGen George Christmas.)

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