(Posted: February 11, 2011)

As I leafed through the pages, I could almost picture my father. He was only 20 when he was captured and I could imagine the feelings and emotions that he must have felt locked up in his “home” behind barbed wire. As I read the names and “nicknames” of his roommates – names I’m sure that he had spoken many times, I wanted to find someone who could tell me their memories of their roommate, Sgt. John Kyler.

4 responses to “Roommates”

  1. Lindsay Kyler Brown says:

    Hi, mom. I am posting to see if you get this….also, the webpage is awesome. Grandpa would be so proud of you:) I know that I am. The pics are great, too. All of it is. Really!!!! His memory is alive and well with this book. You are amazing.

  2. Penny Sands says:

    I love your new website. It is so interesting. You should be so proud of yourself and your journey into your dad’s past. Thank you for sharing with all of us!!

    Congratulations to you for all of your work!!


    • Remember History says:

      Thank you, Penny! I appreciate it. The purpose of the book and web site is to keep the memory alive so I am happy to share!


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