HEROES: Home from War

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From the far field of a war that was never a war returned to the U. S. last week 75 warriors—each in a flag-draped wooden box. Twenty-nine of them were nameless. Icy cold blew the dawn wind as the S. S. President Roosevelt churned slowly up New York harbor, but a balmy breeze it was compared to the blasts of the North Russian winter of 1918-19 when these U. S. soldiers died fighting the Red Army. After eleven years and by dint of diligent search...

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