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Part 2–Tale of Two York World War II POWs

My recent post told the story of two Yorkers, Rodger C. Maul and Walter B. Ziegler, both U.S. Army Air Force gunners. They were shot down two weeks apart during World War II. They were interned in the same Prisoner … Continue reading

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Tale of Two York World War II POWs

I recently received a call from veteran Rodger Maul about my recent York Sunday News column on World War II Prisoner-of-War Walter Zeigler. He said, “That was my story.” He was absolutely right. The two York airmen were shot down … Continue reading

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