William John Wolfgram
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William John Wolfgram was a United States Army Lieutenant during World War II. He served in the army from 1942 until his death in combat in 1945. Wolfgram attended Northwestern Military and Naval Academy in Wisconsin. After graduating, he attended Harvard University for two years until he enlisted in the army in 1942. While enlisted Wolfgram attended Pennsylvania Military College (now Widener University).
In 1944, Wolfgram was sent with the 10th Mountain Division to Italy. One year later he received a Bronze Star. Wolfgram was killed in battle on Riva Ridge in April 1945. In 1971, the library at Widener University was dedicated to him and named Wolfgram Memorial Library.
- "William Wolfgram". Widener University. Retrieved 2007-11-30.
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