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A Grandfather's War Stories

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A Grandfather's War Stories

A Grandfather's War Stories

A Grandfather's War Stories

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Commentator Kenneth Harbaugh grew up hearing tales of war from his grandfather who served in World War II.

When he was quite small, the stories seemed "fun, full of dark humor." It wasn't until he was older that his grandfather revealed the more realistic versions of his narratives.

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