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Robert Hugo Dunlap

Birthday: October 19, 1920 (79 years) Died: , 2000 (23 years Ago in United States)

HomeTown: Illinois, Illinois, United States

Robert Hugo Dunlap was an American who served in the United States Marine Corps during World War II and was awarded the Medal of Honor as well as the Purple Heart for his heroic deeds during the Battle of Iwo Jima. During the course of the combat, he crawled more than 200 yards while under heavy fire from the Japanese, and then he made his way back to his superiors to provide crucial intelligence. Robert Hugo Dunlap was born on October 19, 1920 in Illinois, United States. Robert Hugo Dunlap died on , 2000 at the age of 79 years in United States. Check below for more deets about Robert Hugo Dunlap. This page will put a light upon the Robert Hugo Dunlap bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, dating, trivia, photos, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Stage Name Robert Hugo Dunlap
Real Name Robert Hugo Dunlap
Profession(s) War Hero,
Birthday October 19, 1920
Zodiac Sign Libra
Death Died on , 2000 (23 years ago) (Age: 79 years) in United States
Gender Male
Birthplace Illinois, United States
Hometown Illinois, Illinois, United States
Nationality American

Robert Hugo Dunlap Family

Father: Not Available
Mother: Not Available
Brother(s): Not Available
Sister(s): Not Available

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Robert Hugo Dunlap Trivia

  • Robert Hugo Dunlap was born in Illinois, United States.
  • Robert Hugo Dunlap’s birth sign is Libra.
  • At Monmouth College in Illinois, which he attended, he excelled in both football and track & field.
  • He was shot in the hip only one week after the actions that won him the Medal of Honor, and as a result, he had to spend fourteen months in the hospital recovering from his injuries.
  • Mary, his wife, and their two children were the only people he left behind after his passing.

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