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Eugene Houser - World War II

Eugene Houser served in an Army Replacement Battalion during World War II, working as a typist in Naples, Italy, where he would keep orders for incoming and discharging troops. He also cut dog tags (metal plates) for G.I.s headed to the front, which included the soldier’s name, religion, and blood type.

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