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Michael Mickey Ganitch was aboard the USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) during the fight for the Marshall Islands. The ship's...
Aubrey Bradley said when the war was over, the Germans just folded; the guards all discarded their uniforms and left....
In late January or early February [Annotator’s Note: late January or early February 1945] the Battle of the Bulge ended...
Obie Wickersham was born in March 1925 in Oklahoma. One of the legacies of his father's World War 1 service was...
Jack Leaming had a buddy nicknamed Ace who was a prisoner of war, POW, from the carrier Yorktown. [Annotator's Note: At...
Ralph Hopkins participated in the battle of Okinawa [Annotator's Note: while aboard the USS Louisville (CA-28)]. It was...
Robert Marovelli responded to the propaganda about the Japanese, and couldn't help having bad feelings about them....
Winnecken Gerhard was captured by the Americans. He still had a rifle grenade in his pocket after being searched. He...
Robert Inghram and his fellow prisoners were moved to Moosburg. The prisoners were given 30 minutes to pack. The...
Donald Scholle was proud to have served on the USS Spadefish (SS-411). He did not like the second skipper who drove the...
John Raaen and the 5th Ranger Battalion was participating in the Saar Campaign when the Battle of the Bulge broke out...
Perry Strait saw he had signed up for the USMS [Annotator's Note: United States Maritime Service] but was assured if he...
Constance Negrotto heard about the PBY job from the high school principal at Rabouin [Annotator’s Note: the PBY...