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Chester Ander’s Birthday of Infamy

A nine-year-old with a historic namesake and birthday

Photo by Gaelle Marcel on Unsplash

Chester William “Bill” Anders grew up taking a lot of ribbing from his classmates. None of them had been fathered by a history professor with a penchant for the United States Navy. And none of them had been born on a date that would live in infamy.




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