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Centenarian veterans recount World War I memories

On Feb. 27, 2011, with little in the way of fanfare, northwest Missouri native Frank Buckles — the last American veteran of World War I — died in West Virginia at age 110. In “The Last of the ... read more

Veteran "Storytellers" and Docents Recount Their Experiences at the World War II Home Front Museum

March 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- As time passes, World War II fades from public memory. The new World War II Home Front Museum in St. Simons Island, Georgia is working to ensure that those memories ... ... read more

The World War I Veteran Who Wasn’t

For more than two years, Richard Rubin had been tracking down all the American World War I veterans ... spotty memories, deafness, confused names and dates, the intimidating awe that attended being in ... read more

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Memories, life lessons: Stories from World War II veterans

Last March 28, 2015, Sgt. Jose S. Quilatan received a Certificate of Recognition for achieving the Centenarian age and consistent dedication as a World War II veteran during the Barangay Assembly Day ... read more


WWII veterans recount war stories to Cary 5th graders

"I was really honored." The students laughed at the veterans' jokes and learned firsthand experiences about World War II. "Two showers in 70 days," said Sherman, who shared pictures and memories from ... read more

Missoula veteran has vivid memories of World War II days

Now 89, Kitzan recalled his memories of World War II from the kitchen in his longtime home on Orchard Street in south Missoula. He's happy to recount his life after ... Although he's a member of the ... read more

Veterans recount their memories for Rancho Cucamonga High students

The event was organized to recognize veterans, said event founder Aaron Bishop, a history teacher for Rancho Cucamonga. “It’s such a treat for these kids to listen to World War II veterans. People ... read more

Memories of D-Day, World War II from veterans

D-Day veterans recount the heroes' welcome they received 10 years ... the Allied invasion of France because censorship was so stringent. Veterans' memories of World War II include the early dawn of ... read more

Veteran "Storytellers" and Docents Recount Their Experiences at the World War II Home Front Museum

The new World War II Home Front Museum in St. Simons Island, Georgia is working to ensure that those memories are preserved and celebrated by having veterans - both of the military in World War II as ... read more



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