October 1, 2014
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Harold Wadley holds the helmet cover that was perforated by a piece of shrapnel that eventually lodged in his head during the Korean War.
Nov. 11, 2013 in City on Page K24
Three days before the signing of the Korean armistice, Harold Wadley found himself knee-deep in mud on the front, protecting Seoul from an advancing Chinese army. His ordeal under fire …
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