Veterans: The nicest memory of the war?

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Stalingrad
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Post by Stalingrad » Thu Mar 09, 2006 6:15 am

Thank you everyone for the great stories!

It was great reading them :D

Regards,
S.
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Post by haen1 » Thu Mar 09, 2006 9:29 pm

[quote="Spandau"]Ave Haen,

I didn't notice until now that you lived in Oregon. Where in Oregon do you live?

Vale,

-Spandau[/quot

Hi, Spandau,
That's a deep dark secret :D Even the Mossad does not know :D :D
Homeland Security of course does. 8) :D :D They know everything :roll: :roll:
Hint: It's near the river.
HN

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Post by haen1 » Thu Mar 09, 2006 9:32 pm

chambers wrote:
I got two hours "off" to celebrate, and once the ladies knew that "the kid" with the brand new War merit Cross with swords, and the Wounded medal, was there, they would come by, once in a while, some would tweak my cheeks , and bring me some more goodies.
Awwww... You did look quite handsome in your uniform, and VERY young.
Brooke
Thanks Brooke, I was (young that is), and I maintain that the Germans could have won the war, by duplicating my photo, and throwing them off over enemy lines. :D :wink: :wink:
They all would have laughed themselves to death, and we would have won. ( Ok, perhaps not) :D
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Post by chambers » Fri Mar 10, 2006 6:53 am

Hey, HaEn, you're only a little over 2,600 miles from me. What say we meet in the middle for lunch? :wink:

Brooke

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