One of the two iconic photographs of Father Emil Kapaun shows him and
another soldier carrying an exhausted GI off a battlefield in Korean,
early in the war. The photo shows Kapaun to the GI's left. The soldier
on the GI's right side was Capt. Jerome A. Dolan;, a medical officer
with the 8th Cavalry regiment.
One of the two iconic photographs of Father Emil Kapaun shows him and another soldier carrying an exhausted GI off a battlefield in Korean, early in the war. The photo shows Kapaun to the GI's left. The soldier on the GI's right side was Capt. Jerome A. Dolan;, a medical officer with the 8th Cavalry regiment.
One of the two iconic photographs of Father Emil Kapaun shows him and another soldier carrying an exhausted GI off a battlefield in Korean, early in the war. The photo shows Kapaun to the GI's left. The soldier on the GI's right side was Capt. Jerome A. Dolan;, a medical officer with the 8th Cavalry regiment.

Letter another step to sainthood for Kapaun

March 15, 2012 05:00 AM

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