The mystery of a Saskatchewan-born Second World War soldier who was mistakenly buried with Nazi soldiers appears to have been solved. DNA testing of the remains indicate they are indeed those of Lawrence S. Gordon of Eastend, a private first class in the U.S. Army who was missing and presumed dead following a battle in France in 1944.
His body was never found. Family members aided by historians and well-wishers tracked down his suspected remains to a cemetery in Normandy, France that’s administered by the German government.
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