The Need to Learn about the POWs in WWII

(Posted: February 15, 2011)

In the hours after my Dad’s death, I was thinking more than I ever had in my entire life, about what he, along with the men he was with, whose names I was reading in his notebooks, had endured in WWII. They were but a small example of the thousands who suffered during the War. The feelings that flooded my mind and heart when I carefully touched these fragile and worn pages of Dad’s notebooks initiated the strong desire and need to learn about my Father, who represents a group that I feel deserves to be acknowledged and remembered for eternity.

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  3. Sarah says:

    Stunning photography! My fatehr was in WW II so I can appreciate these breathtaking pictures. (He escaped from Czechoslovakia to USA, as Hitler was arriving. He was then recruited into the U.S Army -> then he went back to Europe to fight.) Thank you for posting them!

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