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July 20, 2003, Orleans, Massachusetts:

106-year-old J. Laurence Moffitt recalls being shelled and gassed in the trenches.

October 20, 2003, Yakima, Washington:

107-year-old William J. Lake recalls a close encounter with a German sniper in 1918.

April 30, 2005, Kewaunee, Wisconsin:

106-year-old Arthur Fiala recalls unusual encounters with French civilians in the Vosges Mountains in 1918.

July 1, 2004, Carson City, Nevada:

105-year-old Reuben Law recalls how influenza swept through his troop transport while at sea

en route to France in 1918.

May 17, 2006, Plymouth, Massachusetts:

107-year-old Hildegarde Schan recalls trying to help wounded and indigent vets at the Veterans Bureau shortly after the armistice.

November 18, 2004, Charlotte Hall, Maryland:

103-year-old Lloyd Brown recalls an incident of friendly fire while at sea aboard the

USS New Hampshire in 1918.

April 30, 2005, Kewaunee, Wisconsin:

106-year-old Arthur Fiala recalls enlisting, a possible episode of German sabotage at home, and a scare during the ocean crossing in 1918.

More to come soon...