Tag Archives: WWII

Thank You to a Silent Savior

Tweet His name was Nicholas Winton, a quiet Englishman who recently died at the age of 106.  He never got around to talking much about himself. Probably no one would have known had his wife not found the dusty scrapbook in their attic, and that … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to Me from Eroni and JFK

Tweet Well, not really.  Neither Solomon Islander Eroni Kumane nor John F. Kennedy ever knew I existed.  But I always sort of felt as though they did.  That’s because of the day a Japanese destroyer rammed a U.S. torpedo boat patrolling … Continue reading

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Shells to Remember By

Tweet Last night Dan and I watched a TV show about America’s battle with Japan in World War II. I had mixed feelings about it.  War is already too much on my mind. Both Dan and I have edited the memoirs of men and women whose lives … Continue reading

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