Harry Wugalter was a United States
Marine who served in Northern China from 1945-1947. The collection contains copies of
photographs taken by Wugalter during his tour in China, and includes photographs of Marines,
Japanese prisoners of war, Allied internees, and local Chinese and Russians who interacted
with the troops. Also included is a letter written by Wugalter and published in the China
Marine Association's newsletter,
Scuttlebutt, about his time in
China and reuniting with fellow North China Marines.
Harry Wugalter was a United States Marine, who enlisted at the age of 17, and served in
North China from 1945-1947. While in China, he was stationed in Tientsin, Taku, and
Peitaiho. He now lives in Arizona.
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