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Re: WWII pictures

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Ivan in Mich

06-08-2014 19:09:31

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It is amazing that anyone live thru that. We have a friend that was 13 years old and his family got him out of Germany. He never knew if any of his family lived thru it until a few years ago. He found all his brothers and sisters and went and saw them. Where I was stationed at in 1970 the town was almost flatted during the war. I worked along side with the germans and several of them had been POW's. They always told us GI's that if the german army knew how they would be treated back in the US the whole army would have gave up. I have a family over there that I was friends with and still am today. When I was over there the last time I found out from the mother what it was like to be on the recieving end of the bombs. She showed me pictures that she had of before and after. She also showed me one picture taken of her family and I was in it which brought tears to my eyes, It was a family picture of all of them with me in it and I was labeled on the back as a son. When I was there the trees around Depot looked like they do here after a tornado goes thru. I only wish the internet had been around then. They are still finding bombs that did not go off. One was found about 50 yards from the house I used to live in and another on main street in town

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06-10-2014 11:27:49

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 Re: WWII pictures in reply to Ivan in Mich, 06-08-2014 19:09:31  
Hello Ivan

My mother dug one out of our garden! It did not go off though. It was detonated by the bomb team at the disposal site,


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