A World War, Part 6, Tigers to the Fight | South Carolinians in WW II

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Veterans provide their recollections on Clemson, where the service flag that flew in the chapel showed more men serving as officers in the U.S. Army from Clemson than from any other school in the United States, with the exception of West Point and Texas A & M. The culture that existed at Clemson is also remembered, including hazing. 

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