WWII Legacies Profile: Paul Zurcher

Thirteen weeks after being drafted into the U.S. Army in 1943, Paul Zurcher of Monroe was on the front lines of battle in Italy. He was part of the 10th Mountain Division, a machine gun squadron in which Zurcher served as the ammunition bearer. Often, while burrowed in a foxhole during battle, 19-year-old Zurcher wondered... Continue Reading →

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