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When Jack Sanders decided to enlist, he knew nothing about air operations let alone how hard it was to get into the air...
Norman Riggsby was drafted. He then went to an examination. Afterward, he went to a reception center in Michigan. From...
Arthur Staymates was too young to be frightened by the impending D-Day invasion [Annotator's Note: on 6 June 1944]....
Jack Sanders flew his first missions over Europe prior to 6 June [Annotator’s Note: 6 June 1944]. He flew his first...
Jack K. Carver was born in June 1920 in Manhattan, New York City. On Sunday, 7 December [Annotator's Note: 7 December...
Prior to the battle near Oradour-sur-Glane, John Singlaub experienced a German Heinkel 111 bomber attack. The aircraft...
Robert Fisch had contracted a fever. [Annotator's Note: He had been exposed to typhus at the Austrian border on his way...
John McConn arrived after Munich and the nearby terrible death camp had been captured and cleaned up. [Annotator’s Note...
Patrick E. Russell spent the first two years of the war in the Aleutian Islands. He flew seaplanes off the deck of a...
Madeleine Peters discovered going to the store without having to stand in lines was one of the first noticeable changes...
Norman Riggsby returned to the United States through New York and Camp Kilmer. It was great. He went to Michigan even...
Robert Fisch observed that after the war began, Jewish men 18 years of age were called to duty to support the military...