World War II Fathers
Recently been missing my Dad who died 54 years ago when I was 10. He was a WWII vet who saw some heavy **** in Europe. D-Day plus 2, Holland, France, Bastonge, etc. Almost had his feet amputated from frost bite. He was a Staff Sergeant in The 28th division nicknamed The Bloody Bucket Brigade by the ****'s. He ran the communication lines. His company held a bridge attacked by 3 divisions of Hitlers SS Elite. I miss the fact that I never got the chance to talk to him about his experience's there as I grew older and understood more. Hope some of you got to experience more with your Fathers than I did. And if any WWII vets are still around Thank them for the HELL they went thru. Maybe some would care to share Divisions, Companies, and ranks they held. Also Europe or the Pacific. Sorry if this sounds like a downer but I needed to talk and knew I could count on you to listen and understand. Thanks
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