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Sixty years since the Korean War

  • MICHAEL A. HEERY/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
    MICHAEL A. HEERY/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
Published June 26. 2013 05:03PM

Laying a wreath at the Korean War Memorial in front of the Shoemaker-Haydt Lehighton American Legion Post 314, from left, are John Williams, vice president of the Korean War Last Man's Club; Leroy Goldberg, secretary/treasurer; and Bob Berger, president (kneeling). It's been 60 years since the Korean War ended, with the peace agreement signed July 25, 1963. This was the 47th annual gathering of the club. Story and photos appear on page 17.

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