James Seitzer of Chapel Hill is emotional during Tuesday’s Legion of Honor ceremony, where he was was one of eight WWII veterans awarded France’s highest medal. “Not everybody’s here,” said Seitzer, who helped protect a French tank unit as it seized a key city.
James Seitzer of Chapel Hill is emotional during Tuesday’s Legion of Honor ceremony, where he was was one of eight WWII veterans awarded France’s highest medal. “Not everybody’s here,” said Seitzer, who helped protect a French tank unit as it seized a key city. clowenst@newsobserver.com
James Seitzer of Chapel Hill is emotional during Tuesday’s Legion of Honor ceremony, where he was was one of eight WWII veterans awarded France’s highest medal. “Not everybody’s here,” said Seitzer, who helped protect a French tank unit as it seized a key city. clowenst@newsobserver.com

8 North Carolinians receive French Legion of Honor

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