Nearly 70 years later, Duluth woman given dog tag of brother who died in World War II

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  • Updated: August 4, 2013 - 7:41 PM

DULUTH, Minn. — The dog tag belonging to a soldier who died during World War II has finally been returned to his sister in Duluth — nearly 70 years later.

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comment229Aug. 4, 13 3:13 PM

Great story but there are some obvious questions that it would be interesting to hear the answers too.... IE... If he was lost at sea, I assume he was on a prison ship taking him to some Japanese prison camp. How did the tour guide get the dog tag if he was lost at sea?

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lumpermanAug. 5, 13 6:02 AM

Thank you for giving us your brother! Your family sacrifices for our country have been great. The life a POW is not possible for us to understand what they endured. He was a true hero! I think there was a reason, this tag made it back to you! God works in mysterious ways.

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