evans fordyce carlson

Carlson

[kahrl-suhn]
noun
1.
Anton Julius [an-tohn, -ton] , 1875–1956, U.S. physiologist, born in Sweden.
2.
Chester Floyd, 1906–68, U.S. inventor of xerographic copying process.
3.
Evans Fordyce [fawr-dahys, fohr-] , 1896–1947, U.S. Marine Corps general in World War II.
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evans fordyce carlson

U.S. Marine officer during World War II who led guerrilla fighters (Carlson's Raiders) on daring military incursions in the Pacific area.

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