108 Year-Old WWII Veteran – One Of The Oldest Living WW2 Veterans – Visits DC Memorial

Bill Mohr is, at 108 years old, one of the oldest living veterans of World War II.  He received a military welcome when he arrived in Washington DC to visit the National World War II Memorial.

This noble veteran attended the annual Veterans Day breakfast at the White House which was hosted by President Obama, Fox 29 reported.


Mohr, of Hatboro, PA, traveled with his daughter Jodie and his son Richard.  They received a military send-off and motorcade, courtesy of American Legion Post #255 of Sellersville, PA. They were met in DC by local veterans that showed them around the memorial.

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Mohr was a sergeant in the 381st Replacement Company European Front, 45th Infantry from 1943 to 1945.  He served in North Africa, Italy, France and Germany.  He has received the Legion of Honor, Chevalier from the French government for his actions in the Beachhead Invasion of St. Tropez in August of 1945.

Ian Harvey

Ian Harvey is one of the authors writing for WAR HISTORY ONLINE