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Interview with Bernard Medinger, Onalaska, Wisconsin, 2001

Bernard Medinger was born in La Crosse, Wisconsin on August 21, 1920. He was drafted into the US Army in 1942. He served with the 339th Engineer General Service Regiment in Australia, New Guinea, and the Philippines, building bridges and roads. Relates stories of living conditions and experiences in the Phillipines including disease, injuries an... Onalaska (Wis.)La Crosse (Wis.);Nebraska; Minneapolis (Minn.);Fort Bragg (N.C.);Camp Butner (N.C.);Pittsburg (Calif.);Australia;Papua New Guinea;Indonesia;Philippines;Santa Barbara (Calif.);Camp Anza (Calif.);Fort McCoy (Wis.)La Crosse (Wis.)
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