Paul’s Community Spirit Magazine Interview & Radio Interview

PAUL’S VOICES OF OKLAHOMA RADIO INTERVIEW W/ JOHN IRLING  – CLICK ON THE LINK:
http://voicesofoklahoma.com/interview/andert-paul/

Less than 10% of WWII soldiers  fought in actual hand-to-hand combat during the war.

Paul talks about his childhood and what led him to join the Army at 17 years of age serving under Gen. Patton and Dwight Eisenhower.

Mr. Andert takes you through a vivid journey of what it was like to be a Plt. Sgt. fighting on the front lines.

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WWII Vet Al Price(l) with Paul. Paul and Al reminiscence about their days serving in the war.

http://www.westpointcoh.org/westpointcoh/interview/a-platoon-sergeant-who-served-under-patton-at-the-bulge

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“Once a soldier always a soldier.” Photo courtesy of Military Chaplains Association.

Posted 4 months ago

Behind script linesAbove: Tulsa’s Paul Andert, a platoon sergeant with the 2nd Armored Division that is being  depicted in the war movie  “Fury,” delivers a copy of one  of his books to Brad Pitt, the star of the film on which Andert served as a consultent.
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7 responses

    • Michael, are you in relation to a Michael Scott Lacey that was enlisted in the US Navy, San Diego, CA in the early 1950’s? From Tulsa, OK

  1. Uncle Paul, I love what you are doing with your web site. You have added some fantastic pictures.
    Keep up the good work. We love you very much.
    DeeDee and family

  2. Uncle Paul,
    You are certainly keeping a busy schedule and your website is growing.

    Love you
    Shelbi

  3. It was so good to hear your voice on Monday Uncle Paul. I love getting to talk with you.
    I hope you are having a good week.
    Love you
    Shelbi

  4. Uncle Paul…..just want to wish one of the mist amazing people a Very Merry Christmas.
    We live you …..keep doing what your doing.
    Love you
    DeeDee

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