Michael P. Alexander
Michael Peter Alexander (1923-) was a US Army sergeant during the Korean War.


Michael Peter Alexander was born in Utica, New York in 1923, and he rose to the rank of sergeant in the US Army. Alexander commanded an assault squad during the Korean War, and his squad took part in the hard-fought Second Battle of Seoul in 1950. Alexander and his squad managed to fight their way past several North Korean defensive positions scattered across the streets of Seoul, walking past several burnt-out armored vehicles and North Korean bodies as they made their way to the north side of the city. There, they took part in the celebrations that followed the capture of the last North Korean outpost in the city, as they were lucky to survive the bloodbath.

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