At Freedom Village, Korea, in the fall of 1953, American repatriates (left to right) Capt. Joseph O'Connor, Warrant Officer Felix McCool and Lt. Ralph Nardella carried a hand carved crucifix made by a Jewish marine in memory of Fr. Emil Kapaun.
At Freedom Village, Korea, in the fall of 1953, American repatriates (left to right) Capt. Joseph O'Connor, Warrant Officer Felix McCool and Lt. Ralph Nardella carried a hand carved crucifix made by a Jewish marine in memory of Fr. Emil Kapaun.
At Freedom Village, Korea, in the fall of 1953, American repatriates (left to right) Capt. Joseph O'Connor, Warrant Officer Felix McCool and Lt. Ralph Nardella carried a hand carved crucifix made by a Jewish marine in memory of Fr. Emil Kapaun.

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