Private Trachtenberg was shot 12 times in both legs, both thighs and right hand. The next day as his comrades planned to continue the attack, news of the armistice arrived at 8:30am.
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Abie Fox, a Polish émigré and Fort Worth, Texas, coffee shop owner, entered the U.S. Navy in April 1917 and he immediately shipped out for training at the Great Lakes Naval Air Station. He eventually joined the USS Texas as a Fireman Second Class on June 28, 1917.