"Democracy alone, of all forms of government, enlists the full force of men's enlightened will...It is the most humane, the most advanced, and, in the end, the most unconquerable of all forms of human society. The democratic aspiration is no mere recent phase of human history...We...would rather die on our feet than live on our knees."

Franklin D. Roosevelt in his Third Inauguration Speech, January 20, 1941

World War Two

Over 200 Lincoln High students and staff gave their lives during the four years that World War Two raged. Listed in the table below, and on the following three pages, in alphabetical order are the names of the fallen.

If you click on the names that are underlined a popup window will display the service record of the individual. As you can see only a portion of the names have corresponding information. If you are able to provide information or pictures of any of these individuals please go to the "Update a Soldier's Information" page and help us complete this list.

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Oscar Harold Alexis

Howard Alfrey

Paul Arthaud

Howard C. Austin

Robert L. Avery

Wayne Avery

Francis H. Ayers

Arthur L. Bailey

Edward P. Barrett

Francis R. Barton

Charles Bartz

Charles Bartz

David M. Bauer

John F. Becker

Carl N. Bender

Roy W. Bender

Charles A. Benner

Clarence Benner

Claude Bishop

John Henry Bitter

Robert Blakewell

Leo Blitz

Rudolph Blitz

Rodman M. Blood

John George Bock Jr

Robert D. Bogan

George Bolan

Harold E. Borgens

Stanley M. Brewster

Lawrence W. Brittain

Richard J. Brochu

George Bronstein

Richard A. Brown

Roscoe Brown

Carl C. Buckendahl

John Lloyd Buchel

Harold W. Butler

Charles C. Cambell

John E. Carnahan

Robert Carnahan

John S. Caywood

Jack N. Christensen

Joseph E. De Claris

Donald T Clark

Demorest N. Cole

Edward L. Colwell

Paul G. Cosandier

Kenneth A. Covey

Ted Cowel

Roger R. Cox

Donald G. Davis

Richard A. Davis

Warren B. Day

Edward Dell

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