A firsthand account of his experience as a German Prisoner of War during World War II as written by TSGT Louis Toth, U.S. Army Paratrooper. Nationally recognized for his award winning stories of his military experiences, Veteran Toth resides at the Orlando VA Community Living Center and participated in the Hospitalized Veterans Writing Project.
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Veteran Lou Toth passed away on June 17, 2011 at the age of 90. He was born in South Bend, Indiana on February 13, 1921.
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Interview with WWII Veteran and German Prisoner of War Lou Toth at Orlando VA Medical Center, May 26th, 2010.
Veteran Toth was a paratrooper and retired as a Master Sargent in the United States Army. During WWII he landed at Utah Beach and was taken Prisoner of War by the Germans in Normandy. At age 89, Veteran Toth still works out seven days a week. In this interview he shares his thoughts on America, Memorial Day, and a funny story about ice fishing in Minnesota.