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New Hampshire Marine Raised the Flag at Iwo Jima

P.S. Tell your dad I’ll send him a Jap rifle for a souvenir.

Rene Jr. and his 23-year-old son, Joshua, are now working together to create a book, even possibly a stage show, based on Rene Sr.’s wartime letters. “I want the truth about my father to be told,” Rene says.

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