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In the Military: Saratoga Springs man who lost life in WWII is honored

Harold Stevens
Harold Stevens
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If a young man graduated from high school in 1942, he was expected to go to war, and Harold Stevens did. The Saratoga Springs High School graduate joined the army and would die barely two years later, after being severely wounded during fighting in France and then being captured by German forces. His death as a wounded POW came only days after his 21st birthday. Stevens, who died on Aug. 22, 1944, was honored Jan. ...

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