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They fought in the Battle of Okinawa. They liberated captives from Nazi death camps. They played part in the defeat of one of the greatest evil empires this world has ever known. And every year there are fewer of these heroes in Shelby County still alive to retell their stories.
In an effort to preserve a first-hand account of what it was like to live and serve in war, the Shelby County Historical society archives the oral history of our hometown heroes.
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