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

5:12   |   It was April of 1945 and thousands of American POW's were on the march as their German captors made them move in advance of the approaching front. The guards began deserting and Harold Ford was free on the road, but he went into the camp in Munich because there was food in there. Then, one day, came the sound of American machine guns.

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