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Harold Ford | 232nd Infantry Regiment, 42nd Infantry Division - Army

4:22   |   The building was big and old and cold. The coal ration for the week lasted about thirty minutes and POW Harold Ford spent a lot of time in his bunk under a blanket. When the front approached the camp, he joined a long column of prisoners marching southward.

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