The mysteries of WWII continue to unfold to this day, and a locally born Laredoan possesses an artifact his father brought back from the war front that continues to intrigue him as he wants to find the rightful owners of it. artifact in question.
Born in the country, Laredoan J. Gilberto Quezada, educator, author and essayist, was born in the El Azteca neighborhood in 1946. His father was Pedro Quezada, who was 34 when he enlisted in the army during the Second World War. Pedro Quezada was honorably removed from his post and left a legacy of heroism to his family, and he also left his son a Japanese soldier’s helmet with a bullet hole. And now he is now trying to find the family of the rightful owner of the helmet.