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Veteran shares stories from his Cold War book at Sturgeon Bay Library Wednesday

By Paul Schmitt    

Sturgeon Bay native, Jerry Grassel, will be describing his experiences in Europe during the Cold War era at the Door County Library next Wednesday.  Grassel, who served in the U.S. Army during the 1950's and 60's, was based in Germany and worked in the security agency.  He says the stories in the book do not go into detailed aspects of spying, but rather amusing personal stories about his experiences with the German people and his fellow soldiers.


Grassel's presentation on his book, Cold War Stories Unclassified will be at 2 pm Wednesday upstairs at the Sturgeon Bay Library.

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