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WWII Veterans

While 2nd Lt. William J. Walker was recovering from wounds at a London hospital in spring 1945, his sister Jean visited him. She was a first lieutenant in the Army Nurse Corps in France and had served at Anzio and Monte Cassino in Italy. Jean Walker died in 1972. William Walker, now 88 and living in Hanover Township, Northampton County, is a former state police commander of Troop M, Bethlehem..
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