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2 new books honor Sergeant Stubby, famed World War I dog from Connecticut

The books tell the story of Sergeant Stubby,

The books tell the story of Sergeant Stubby, a war dog highly decorated for his bravery in France during World War I. (May 26, 2014 6:29 PM)

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Two new books by the National Geographic Society honor a famed dog from Connecticut for his heroism during World War I. 

The books tell the story of Sergeant Stubby, a war dog highly decorated for his bravery in France.

Stubby was born in Connecticut and came into the life of J. Robert Conroy while he was at a national training camp on the campus of Yale University.

When Conroy...

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