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Murray Stein Interview

During World War II, Murray Stein served with the in the army with Company I, 423rd Regiment, 106th Infantry Division.  He trained at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, and Camp Atterbury, Indiana, before going to the European Theater of War. Stein participated in the Battle of the Bulge.  He was wounded in combat and captured by the Germans.  He was held prisoner at  Stalag IVB, Muhlberg, Germany, 12/19/1944 - 6/1945.  Stein's awards and decorations include Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart Medal, Purple Heart Medal, POW Medal, European Theater Medal, and the Combat Infantry Badge.  He was a corporal when he was discharged from the army.


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