MERRILLVILLE | In December 1944, William Kadar left his Army duffel bag behind as he headed into battle on the frontline in Mittelwihr, France, entering a building to take shelter.
Less than two months before Pearl Harbor, William Kadar joined the U.S. Army at the request of Uncle Sam.
MERRILLVILLE | To his family, William Kadar, a WWII veteran and former German prisoner of war, is a hero, and now they are getting the chance to show their appreciation for what he suffered almost 70 years ago.
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