Feelings toward enemies

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Lowell Brueland saw that Germany had its last big gasp during the Battle of the Bulge. His squadron [Annotator’s Note...
While in the Philippines, Charles Chatterton's vessel [Annotator's Note: LCI(L)-334, Landing Craft Infantry (Large)]...
Richard Witaker felt hatred for the Japanese before the assault of Okinawa. The feelings had begun with the surprise...
William Laubner was in Stalag Luft III [Annotator's Note: near Zagań, Germany (now Poland)] as a POW [Annotator's Note...
Isadore Bronstein advanced but his company [Annotator's Note: Company C, 1st Battalion, 386th Infantry Regiment, 97th...
In early 1945, after completing missions in the Philippines, Richard R. Ruess' squadron [Annotator's Note: 4th...
C. Charles Collie heard on 6 August [Annotator's Note: 1945] that the atomic bomb had been used on Hiroshima. He knew...
Sullivan Tindal did not write too much to his family while he was in Europe because he did not have a lot of time and...
As the United States Armed Forces got closer to Japan, Claude Bufford Shaw felt more vindicated for the loss of his...
James W. Phillips recalled that the warfare felt less heavy after the Battle of the Bulge [Annotator's Note: Battle of...
As the Germans were pushed farther into Germany, they put up less of a fight, according to Robert W. "Doby" Gibson. His...
Garland Virgil Longhoffer was at a movie when he was told the Japanese surrendered. His area did not believe the news....
After the Raid [Annotator's Note: the liberation of the Los Banos Internment Camp on 23 February 1945; Los Banos, Luzon...
William Jackson was on Okinawa [Annotator's Note: Okinawa, Japan] when he heard of the atomic bombs [Annotator's Note:...
William Currier [Annotator's Note: while serving as a radarman aboard the USS Hall (DD-583)] headed back to the United...
Al Currier returned [Annotator's Note: from Attu Island, Alaska as a member of Company B, 1st Battalion, 159th Infantry...
John Stanley Lee Swarts returned to the United States [Annotator's Note: from Europe] and was sent to Treasure Island,...
Milton Fernandez left the Galapagos Islands and sailed for Hawaii. At that time, the Japanese were everywhere in the...
Melvin Munch would have been part of the invasion force for assaulting the Japanese home islands. The atomic bombs kept...
George Grugett and his outfit [Annotator's Note: 380th Bombardment Squadron, 310th Bombardment Group, 57th Bombardment...
When the war ended, Robert Walker had flown 51 missions, and was moved to Stuttgart, Germany in a C-47 [Annotator's...
Robert "Bob" Lowry left the Navy as a Seaman 1st Class. When he was young in Greenwood [Annotator's Note: Greenwood,...
When the war in Europe ended, Alfred "Al" Danegger believes he was in Koblenz [Annotator’s Note: Koblenz, Germany]....
In March [Annotator's Note: March 1945], Robert Eshback was in the Ruhr Pocket; in April his battalion [Annotator's...
Henry Malec was atop a hill when the war ended. He was with several other men and Lieutenant Lewis [Annotator's Note:...
The news [Annotator's Note: of the atomic bombs being dropped] reached Thomas J. Bostick's unit [Annotator's Note:...
Reva Kibort and her family were forced into the Warsaw Ghetto surrounded by its ten foot high walls. The Jews lost...
Clarence Derrington was to deploy to France [Annotator's Note: with Company E, 2nd Battalion, 310th Infantry Regiment,...
Among his other responsibilities, Robert Gurr managed several newspaper routes during World War 2. As a paperboy, he...
Philip Schultz reviews photographs in his collection of various on and off duty activities while in Europe during and...
Teddy Kirkpatrick reflects on the events in his life during World War 2, beginning with the attack on Pearl Harbor. He...
When Japan surrendered, Camacho remembers, the emperor spoke on the radio. He recalls that his Japanese boss was called...
After Richard Jaccarino was released from the hospital, he was sent to a replacement depot on Saipan, and within a...
Frank Pantuso was relieved when President Truman [Annotator's Note: Harry S. Truman, 33rd President of the United...
When the Russians arrived, Frank Patti said the Americans had no orders, and just watched. He and two other G.I.s went...
Asked if he had interacted with any of the Russians, Francis Resta remembered working with them to gather the displaced...

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