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John Raaen left Rudder and remnants of his battalion [Annotator’s Note: 5th Ranger Battalion] at the Pointe to...
Archie Maltbie found the flying in the Battle of the Bulge to be some of the toughest work of his fighter career....
Peter Somogyi talks to school children. He feels it is important for them to hear the testimony of survivors. What he...
Clyde East was provided a week of instruction after his transfer to the United States Army Air Forces. That was to...
It was dark when Henry Malec was removed by stretcher from the cellar where he had been treated after being wounded at...
Eveline Peardon and her siblings visited the young soldiers every day after D-Day [Annotator’s Note: the 6 June 1944...
John Raaen reached the coastal road and the wide open field adjacent to it. The field was approximately 200 to 300...
John Raaen spent time in the hedgerow area of Normandy after Maisy [Annotator’s Note: Maisy was the location of a...
Samuel Lombardo had interactions with some of the German women held as prisoners after the war. He was sent to where...
Reva Kibort could not attend school because the war broke out in 1939 when the Germans invaded Poland [Annotator's Note...
Earl Erion was at a rehabilitation camp in England after D-Day. That was prior to being sent to Glasgow for his trip...
George A. Sarosi and his mother lived in Szeged from 1945 to 1948. They returned to Budapest after that. No battles for...
Bernard Marcus left Germany at the end of September or the beginning of October 1946. He landed at Staten Island where...
Judith Meisel was born in 1929 in Josvainiai, Lithuania. Her father died before the onset of war. She survived the...