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Delano Brister came in contact with the 84th Infantry Division while it was in training from Camp Claiborne prior to...
Jeannine Burk experienced the forced separation of her family. Prior to the Nazis arriving to take her father away, her...
John Raaen saw a lot of smoke and heard a lot of noise from small arms fire from the right side. It was from WN70 which...
Lloyd Guillory joined the Air Force and was shipped to Sheppard Field in Texas. It was a hell hole for Guillory. There...
Kenneth Killilea was climbing up a mountain on Saipan when he and his outfit [Annotator's Note: Company G, 2nd...
Lowell Brueland had a normal flight training. He graduated in September 1942 and was assigned to the 20th Fighter...
Baptiste Puissegur saw a man at Camp Beauregard that he knew from home [Annotator's Note: Puissegur had grown up on a...
John McConn experienced German machine gun fire at the battle of Saint- Dié. The enemy fired their guns at the...
The Civil Service had two opportunities for Mary Edwards. [Annotator's Note: Edwards was a secretary for the 1007th...
John Raaen saw an unbelievable number of ships on the morning of D-Day. There were thousands of ships all spaced apart...
Edward Shames and his men stopped at a French farmhouse and met an old lady and man. The woman started to scream and...
Opal James Grapes was born in Franklin County, Virginia in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. She grew up on a farm...
Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Lombardo was born in Calabria in Southern Italy in 1919. He grew up there until the age of...
As soon as the artillery rounds got close, Charles Murray could not call in corrections because the batteries in his...
Lawrence Brooks followed the war while he was in service. One of the islands he was on had Japanese pillboxes. The...
John Raaen and a portion of the 5th Ranger Battalion were detached and under the command of Sullivan [Annotator’s Note...
William Pierce recounts the lack of success for the 37mm gun in Europe. He discusses a Marine Medal of Honor recipient...
Dave Severance was scared that he was going to be court martialed. He ran back to company [Annotator's Note: Company E...
John Singlaub took his group of resistance fighters just south of the Loire River. A local mayor organized an...
It was dark when Henry Malec was removed by stretcher from the cellar where he had been treated after being wounded at...
[Annotator's Note: Charles Murray served as a platoon commander, then company commander, in Company C, 1st Battalion,...
Paula Knobler is a Holocaust survivor born in the city of Lodz, Poland in 1928. She was 82 years of age at the time of...
During the action for which Charles Murray was awarded the Medal of Honor, he was not thinking about anything except...
Raymond Wells and his men [Annotator's Note: Wells' was a squad leader in Company H, 2nd Battalion, 141st Infantry...
Henry Malec and his outfit [Annotator's Note: Company B, 1st Battalion, 359th Infantry Regiment, 90th Infantry Division...
Ed Rendelman and his battalion [Annotator’s Note: 2nd Battalion, 359th Regiment, 90th Infantry Division] immediately...
Samuel Lombardo had 100 people working for him in the effort to get the palace and courtroom ready [Annotator's Note:...
Anthony Acevedo shipped out of the United States around 6 December [Annotator's Note: 6 December 1944]. The trip to...
George Morgan returned to Fort Pierce. [Annotator’s Note: Fort Pierce in Florida was the training base for the...
George Linker thought he would return to the United States as soon as the war ended. Instead, he stayed in Japan for...
John Raaen found England to be great duty in preparation for the invasion. It was apparent that the equipment buildup...
Benedict Bronder would usually patrol at night while on PT-305. They would be accompanied by three other boats. They...
Charles Murray was told by the regimental commander on 13 December [Annotator's Note: 13 December 1944] to go south....
While on forward observation with Task Force Sugar, Robert Gorman received a stack of mail from home. He learned that...
When the break though in the Bulge came [Annotator's Note: the beginning of the German Ardennes Offensive, also...

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