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WILMORE, Ky. (AP) – A 95-year-old World War II veteran in Kentucky has been awarded the French Legion of Honor, that country’s highest distinction. The Lexington herald-leader reports alvin H. Perry of Wilmore received the medal Friday in a crowded room at the Thomson-Hood Veterans Center in.
WILMORE, Ky. (AP) – A 95-year-old World War II veteran in Kentucky was awarded the French Legion of Honor, that country’s highest distinction.
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Ky. WWII Vet to Receive French Legion of Honor Medal. Rita Dukes Smith, SurfKY News Director print email frankfort, Ky. (5/1319) – World War II veteran Alvin H. Perry, 95, of Wilmore, will be.
Consul General of France to the Midwest, Guillaume LaCroix,will officially present the Legion of Honor Medal to Mr. Perry on Thursday, June 6 at 5:30 p.m. EDT at the Thomson-Hood Veterans Center.
Founded by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1802, the National Order of the Legion of Honor recognizes eminent service to the French. France during World War II, officials with the Consulate General of France.
WILMORE, Ky. (AP) – A 95-year-old World War II veteran in Kentucky will be awarded the French Legion of Honor, that country’s highest distinction.
Alvin Perry, 95, pictured in his Wilmore, Kentucky, veterans home, will receive the French Legion of Honor, that country’s highest distinction, for fighting in the Battle of Normandy.
According the French Government, foreign nationals who have served France or the ideals it upholds may receive a distinction from the Legion of Honor. American veterans who risked their lives during.
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Kentucky WWII veteran to receive French Legion of Honor. – kentucky Kentucky WWII veteran to receive French Legion of Honor The Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs says Alvin H. Perry of Wilmore will receive the medal June 6 at the Thomson-Hood.
WILMORE, Ky. (WKYT) – A Kentucky World War II veteran who was wounded in the Battle of Normandy will be awarded France’s highest distinction Friday.
100-Year-Old WWII Veteran Awarded French Legion of Honor. – The French government on Monday awarded its highest honor to a 100-year-old Kentucky man who fought in World War II. 100-Year-Old WWII Veteran Awarded French Legion of Honor | Newsmax.com Retired Lt. Col. William Pollard was awarded the French Legion of Honor during a ceremony at the Kentucky Capitol.