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According to Scrapbookpages , an October 2008 news article published on the Sun Times news Group website , since removed, reported that Paul Argiewicz identified himself as the man whose face is shown in the circle in the photo below. He stated he was was not quite 15 years old when the photo was taken and had been in Nazi concentrations camps for 5 years!


Trooper John Gulden died on December 23, 1942, at the age of 43. Trooper Gulden was shot south of Goldendale on the Maryhill Loops Road, just below the Sam Hill Memorial Fountain, as he approached a vehicle he stopped for driving without headlights. (He was unaware the vehicle had two teenage suspects inside wanted for robbery and car theft.) At the time of his death, Trooper Gulden served thirteen years with the Washington State Patrol.

Trooper Allen Ludden died on March 15, 1938, at the age of 37. He was fatally injured when he lost control of his motorcycle south of the Seattle city limits at a weigh station on the Seattle-Tacoma highway. At the time of his death, Trooper Ludden had served 18 months with the Washington State Patrol.

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Trooper John Gulden died on December 23, 1942, at the age of 43. Trooper Gulden was shot south of Goldendale on the Maryhill Loops Road, just below the Sam Hill Memorial Fountain, as he approached a vehicle he stopped for driving without headlights. (He was unaware the vehicle had two teenage suspects inside wanted for robbery and car theft.) At the time of his death, Trooper Gulden served thirteen years with the Washington State Patrol.

Trooper Allen Ludden died on March 15, 1938, at the age of 37. He was fatally injured when he lost control of his motorcycle south of the Seattle city limits at a weigh station on the Seattle-Tacoma highway. At the time of his death, Trooper Ludden had served 18 months with the Washington State Patrol.

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According to Scrapbookpages , an October 2008 news article published on the Sun Times news Group website , since removed, reported that Paul Argiewicz identified himself as the man whose face is shown in the circle in the photo below. He stated he was was not quite 15 years old when the photo was taken and had been in Nazi concentrations camps for 5 years!

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Trooper John Gulden died on December 23, 1942, at the age of 43. Trooper Gulden was shot south of Goldendale on the Maryhill Loops Road, just below the Sam Hill Memorial Fountain, as he approached a vehicle he stopped for driving without headlights. (He was unaware the vehicle had two teenage suspects inside wanted for robbery and car theft.) At the time of his death, Trooper Gulden served thirteen years with the Washington State Patrol.

Trooper Allen Ludden died on March 15, 1938, at the age of 37. He was fatally injured when he lost control of his motorcycle south of the Seattle city limits at a weigh station on the Seattle-Tacoma highway. At the time of his death, Trooper Ludden had served 18 months with the Washington State Patrol.

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