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World War I The war to end all wars.

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Baker's Dozen of VC, MoH and Pour le Merite Holders

1. Lothar von Arnauld de la PeriŤre - Pour le Merite
2. Charles Whittlesey - Medal of Honor
3. Rupprecht, Crown Prince Of Bavaria- Pour Le Merite
4. Frank Luke - Medal of Honor
5. Walther Schwieger - Pour le Merite
6. Arthur Martin-Leake - Victoria Cross
7. Chatta Singh- Victoria Cross
8. Alvin Cullum York - Medal of Honor
9. Erwin Rommel - Pour le Merite
10. Ernst JŁnger - Pour le Mťrite
11. Norman Holbrook - Victoria Cross
12. Bernard Freyberg - VC

13. William J. ("Wild Bill") Donovan - Medal of Honor


Lt. Col. Donovan personally led the assaulting wave in an attack upon a very strongly organized position, and when our troops were suffering heavy casualties he encouraged all near him by his example, moving among his men in exposed positions, reorganizing decimated platoons, and accompanying them forward in attacks. When he was wounded in the leg by machine-gun bullets, he refused to be evacuated and continued with his unit until it withdrew to a less exposed position
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