There are three different ways of looking at our list of Lexington World War II Veterans:
- Search the complete list of Lexington WWII Veterans for individual veterans or groups of veterans. You can do interesting explorations of the list of almost 1600 veterans with a relationship to Lexington (either lived here prior or during the war, or moved here after the war). In addition to finding specific veterans, examples of questions you might answer are:
• Were there any veterans with my last/first name? How many?
• Who was the oldest/youngest/average age of Lexington's veterans?
• Which veterans lived on my street?
• What was the highest rank achieved by any veteran?
• Which service (Army, Navy, Air Force or Marines) had the most number of veteran
- View the album about Lexington WWII Veterans. There are three sections of this album:
Part 1: Lexington’s 89 Fallen: Articles in this section are about Lexington Veterans
who died in the war.
Part 2: Lexington’s WWII Veterans: This section contains articles about all of the
Veterans who lived in Lexington before the war and survived to return
Part 3: WWII Veterans who came to Lexington after the war: With the growth of Lexington after the war, many veterans who lived elsewhere moved to
Lexington after the war.
- View the complete list of Lexington WWII Veterans