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Interview with Charlie Wedel, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 2007

Charles “Charlie” L. Wedel was born on March 17, 1921 in New York City, New York. After graduating from high school, Wedel was employed for two years as a tool and die maker. He then joined the United States Navy, retiring in 1961 after 20 years in the submarine service. In this interview, Wedel describes his decision to enlist in the Navy and e... Manitowoc (Wis.)Manitowoc (Wis.); New York (N. Y.);Great Lakes (Ill.);Guam;San Francisco (Calif.)
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