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June 06, 2009

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Lovely post, Stacey, and a fitting way to honor your father and the others who served in WWII. He'd be very proud!

My father fought in WWII but he didn't talk about it at all. He's still alive but when I ask he always says, "Why do you want to know about that? Forget it." Thanks for the book reference, I'm going to read it.

What a wonderful and meaningful collage.

Thanks for the very moving post, Stacey. It's interesting how stories overlap. My dad was a medic who fought across France and Germany. He was replaced once and soon after the Nazis captured his replacement. All those ordinary soldiers who acted so extaordinarily.

Larry

Thanks for these comments. Your father's story is incredible Larry. How does one even make sense of it? They were extraordinary.

This is a marvelous post. I have always loved that stellar collage.

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