Leonard J Martin: We Were Outnumbered, An Oral Retelling of a POW Experience
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, July 09, 2019
Leonard J Martin: We Were Outnumbered, An Oral Retelling of a POW Experience

Leonard J. Martin was captured on October 31st of 1944 and released April 13th, 1945. He had enlisted into the armed forces in August of 1943 after graduating from Snohomish High School the previous Spring.


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