Frank Buckles, our last living U.S. World War I veteran, died on Sunday, February 27, three weeks after celebrating his 110th birthday. In recent years, the frail but spirited veteran had emerged as a cherished symbol of the Great War and a leading advocate for the creation of a national World War I monument in Washington, D.C.
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Frank Woodruff Buckles’ life spans the awesome, horrible, fantastic, dreadful Twentieth Century. He has seen and experienced much. As America’s last surviving veteran witness to the First World War, his life experiences and perspective are a living artifact in our day which often lacks perspective.
God Bless This Man and his family