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Monday, December 19, 2011

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Tanya

this is an interesting display. i wonder where they got the soldiers, quite impressive!

Ken Hill

In a cemetery near my childhood home is a grave of a US soldier killed December 24, 1944 in Germany. He was age 19 when he was killed. I was at the burial when the remains were brought to the USA after the war ended.
His parents and siblings later became friends of mine.

Janis of So Cal

That little display must mean a great deal to the person who cares for it and who cares enough for the rest of us to remind us that all we have was not free,that it was earned throughout history by soldiers like these,by scholars and the regular people you see around you everyday.
A moment of introspection must be had by all who pass this way.
Thank you for sharing these gentlemen with a larger group.

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