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Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Constantine P. Lihas, a twenty-one year old Greek-American soldier, formerly a material handler at the General Electric Company plant at Pittsburgh. Both parents were born in Greece; father came to the United States in 1906, mother in 1921. He was born in this country and has been in the army five months. Lihas, at right, shoulders arms

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