First lieutenant Albert Angier (1897-1918, age 21) was a soldier serving in the 308th Infantry Regiment. Angier grew up in Waban, Massachusetts, and left Harvard in his sophomore year to fight in World War I. Angier died while serving in World War I at Revillon and was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross. The Angier elementary school in Waban is named after him.
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