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A TRIBUTE TO THE MEN AND WOMEN OF WORLD WAR II

Yes, we have had many wars and are currently at war.  To me the

freedom savers were those who fought World War II.  Before, anyone jumps to conclusions, I served in the Air Force from May51 to Mar55.

So it is not my intentions to belittle anyones contributions to the USA.  But when you think about the men and wormen of World War II and

how many of them died, how long they had to fight and how well they

got the job done, I have named them:  THE FREEDOM GENERATION.

 

Please visit my page and give a look/listen to our video.  I hope you find it to be moving, inspiring and a suitable tribute to our real heroes.

 

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Comment by Fly Williams on September 14, 2011 at 11:28am

I salute you sir.  My 93 year old Father served in the Army Aircorp in London, Belgium and Scotland.  We , his 3 daughters, just gathered his old medals and had them mounted and gave it to him for his birthday.  My Father doesn't cry much but he did then.

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