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Dad's WWII segregated combat experience; Belated Medal of Honor Winner
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The Wereth 11: Execution of Black Soldiers
It all started with a 12 year old Belgian boy named Hermann Langer. Langer witnessed eleven African American Soldiers being marched in his village during the cruel winter of 1945. They had managed to escape the early mass destruction of World War II's Battl...

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Why Your Contribution is Vital to the Crowdrise.com Fundraiser
In order to move forward with publishing a book and doing a documentary on my father's life, it requires funding. So I am respectfully asking from both my loyal readers and new readers to contribute to my fundraising account at: https://www.crowdrise.com/My...

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Battle of Saipan: Beginning of the End
Another memorable battle that the Montford Point Marines were known for was the Battle of Saipan. The Battle of Saipan on June 15, 1944, marked the beginning of the end of World War II in the Pacific Campaign. This pivotal fighting resulted in an Allied vic...

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The Battle of Peleliu Originated "The Thousand Yard Stare"
For the longest time, Dorie Miller represented the lone figure when it came to African Americans in WWII history. Miller  became a household name because of his heroic deeds at Pearl Harbor. I happened to watch the 1970 seminal film Tora,Tora,Tora with my f...

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Contributing to the Veterans History Project
"Desiree!!" My father's voice bellowed throughout the house. "Come here, please!" I ventured down to the lower level  where my father was sitting. His large hand held the Sunday edition of the local newspaper, the Hartford   Courant . It prominently display...
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