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World War II veteran 88-year-old George Chrisman, describes treating a tank driver who stepped on a land mine during the Battle of Okinawa, in April 1945, and how he ran into him again 40 years later. The Battle of Okinawa lasted 82 days, claimed the lives of 7000 American soldiers and left 40,...read more

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The Ladies of Liberty sang The Andrews Sisters greatest hit "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" for our Veterans. Marin Perryman and Paul Kopey are both World War 2 veteran and they are having great time dancing at the airport waiting for the plane to arrive. Don't you hope you can dance like that in...read more

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Melvin Rector was a gunner on the famous Memphis Belle. He returned to England for a visit, the first time since he left in 1945, where he passed away aged 94 on his first day of the trip. According to...read more

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 Lieutenant) June 14, 2016

We often hear about the war experiences of British veterans on Forces TV, but not so much those that they fought against. Now, a former German soldier has told us about his memories of battle during the Second World War. Now 92, he joined the army at 17 like his father before him, and went on...read more

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 HQ Batallón) June 05, 2016

It's great for us to hear from World War II veterans, but even more impressive is listening their experiences of the D-Day. This happened at Cantigny Park, during 70th anniversary of D-Day and honor surviving World War II veterans.

On 7 June 2014 our friends of GreatestGenerationWWII and...read more

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 Lieutenant) May 27, 2016

Günther Rall was the third most successful ace in fighter pilot history. In this rare interview, Rall explains the reality of Germany and the Luftwaffe in the second world war. He describes his experiences during the war in the Messerschmitt Bf 109. He claimed all of his victories in the ...read more

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