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SOLDIERS' TALES

WORLD WAR TWO

US 1st Division, 16th Infantry Regiment

Men of the 16th

16th Infantry Picture File

US 1st Division, 16th Infantry, F Company: D-Day

John Finke interview, F Co, commander on D-Day

US 1st Division, 16th Infantry, E Company: D-Day and more

Ed Wozenski interview, E Co, commander on D-Day / sound and picture file

Phil Streczyk homecoming / picture file / Streczyk's platoon picture

John Spalding homecoming / picture file / John Spalding medical report Undated report from the Wakeman Convalescent Hospital after Spalding's evacuation from the ETO. / John Spalding interview A narrative by Forrest C. Pogue. Annotated with corrections and additional material. / Spalding's map of France signed by members of E Company, picture file

Clarence Colson interview / sound & picture file: part one (very large file) and part two / Colson's mortar squad picture file

Walter Bieder interview / sound & picture file

Stan Dzierga interview / picture file

Bruce Buck interview

Vinny DiGaetano interview / sound & picture file

Elmer Fred Reese: belated Silver Star

Eusebio Galvan: letter from Germany 16 February 1945 / Silver Star citation

Joseph Toth homecoming / Silver Star citation

 

FIRST BY SEA: 4TH CAVALRY ON D-DAY

Harvey Olson, American soldier

 

BRITISH EIGHTH ARMY: NORTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN

"Alamein to Zem Zem" excerpt From the war memoir by poet Keith Douglas. 

 

BRITISH 50TH DIVISION IN NORMANDY

50th Division picture file

Hugh Victor Duke, company commander, 2nd Devons, killed on D-Day

"We Landed on D-Day" Lt. Col Nevill, 2nd Devons CO

 

STAFFORDSHIRE YEOMANRY: NORTH AFRICA TO THE END

Staffs Yeo picture file

Les Davis interview

Lionel Knight interview

Barclay Meredith interview

 

BRITISH THIRD DIVISION IN NORMANDY

3rd Division picture file

 

223 Field Ambulance, RAMC

Jim Wisewell letter / Wisewell interview / picture file.

King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 185th Brigade

KSLI picture file

Commanding Officer, Col. Jack Maurice obituary Newspaper obituary from 1944. Maurice was killed in Normandy before the final battle for Caen.

"W" Company, 2KSLI, in Normandy by Major R.R. Rylands:D-Day to the capture of Caen.

Personal Account of 6 June to 9 July 1944 by Harry Jones, platoon leader / Harry Jones Remembered by his regiment, 1994.

John Roberts interview

Norman Millward and Howard Duddell interview

George Bunting interview

Robert Littlar interview

 

CANADIAN THIRD DIVISION IN NORMANDY

Canadians in Normandy picture file

Regina Rifles picture file

Queen's Own Rifles

Queen's Own Rifles picture file

Colonel Charles Dalton, B Co., QOR, commander on D-Day obituary, 1999

Doug Hester narrative / picture file

 

2ND CANADIAN ARMOURED BRIGADE IN NORMANDY

Bill McCormick recollections McCormick's troop of the First Hussars made the deepest penetration of all forces on D-Day.

 

MILITARY JUSTICE

The execution of Private Slovik

Petty Officer Daniel M. King

Lt. Ilario Pantano

The Haditha Marines

Lt. Nathan Phan

 

War ON TERROR

AFGHANISTAN

New York City soldiers in Afghanistan

Mortar ping-pong

Grenades for fallen buddies

Royal Commandos arrive

Four Canadians dead in Afghanistan

"A" Company (187th Infantry) is coming home

President Bush salutes the 10th Mountain Division

 

A GIFT FROM WARRIORS

Masai respond to Sept. 11th

 

THE SECOND IRAQ WAR

2nd Battalion, 108th Infantry

Lt.-Col. Tom Collins addresses his troops of the Royal Irish

Silver Stars in Iraq

Sergeant First Class Paul Ray Smith, Medal of Honor