Description: Talks about being the tip of Patton’s army; being the first into Germany; a book his daughter found mentioning his division; a mention of his wound in another publication, which describes him praying in Greek after his injury; anniversary of day he received his head wound (64 years); last time he used his left hand; and visits to head wound victims of Iraq war.
Keywords: people, gus a stavros, army, military, nenig, german germany, soldier, veteran, combat battle, head wound wounded, prayer praying, greek, book, publication, anniversary
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