Category Archives: World War II

It’s All About The Who

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE “WHO” By Sam Garfield May 30, 1955 (Huertgen Forest, Germany) –Sergeant Mack Morriss was there, amid the giant, thick firs and deep yellow mud, and mile after mile of German land mines. Morriss was there, along … Continue reading

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Keeping Their Word

KEEPING THEIR WORD By Sam Garfield July 17, 1950 The scale of some stories –like this one– are too sweeping for only one dateline: (Paris, Mid-September, 1944) –Nineteen-year-old Pfc. John Crandall, 28th infantry, writes home, telling his family of the … Continue reading

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