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October 29, 1942
      Robert Weber served for the United States Army in the 46th Armored Medical Battalion. Born in 1911, Weber grew up in the county of Fairfield, Connecticut. Although he was born in the U.S., his father was from Germany and his mother was from England. At the age of 31, Weber enlisted in the US Army in Hartford and began training in Nashville, Tennessee. There, he wrote back to his lover, Marion, in Connecticut. After the war, they got married. Robert Weber knew he was fortunate not to have to fight in the war. He tells Marion, "Boy am I glad I'm in the medics." After the war, Robert Weber came back to live in Connecticut for another 50 years. He died on March 14, 1996 at the age of 85.

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