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About Night and Fog: The music is so well done, so beautiful, so dramatic, so devastating... it tells it's story of the Holocaust, as all such music should. Thanks for uploading with the footage. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
A special thanks this Memorial Day to all Veterans, especially World War II Veterans, which my Father was in. His name is Wilfred Bruce; in Battle of the Bulge, etc. He passed away May 22, 2002, w/o having securedhis WWII records or replacement medals. If anyone knows of him, please contact me at the above email address. Thank you. I am his daughter, Bruce Jr. My Father was 77 when he passed away. Sometimes we wait too late to listen, which I did... for all of those who fought, forgive me please - I am so interested now andhave no one to talk to about the war. Thank you - May God Bless and keep you all safe and sound from here on to eternity.... Much love & appreciation Bruce, Jr. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
1st class Fred ! Great Work ! Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Dear Fred, Our family wants to thank you for a beautiful and wonderful posting for our Uncle Donald. We thank you for honoring Donald, no one could have done it with more respect and appreciation. Again thanks you, Gregg and Nancy Heilman Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Zoon van mijn zuster die prachtige muziek componeerde. Ik luister en hoor klanken die in mijn hart hun echo vinden - Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Fred Vogels, at last he gets what he deserves! A super contract with TALPA. Big Hug from Rene Laanen Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Fred, Thanks so much. You really went out of your way to help me try to find some answers. I can't tell you how much that means to me. So thank you and God bless. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Your music touches me in ways I can't yet explain. Your site has inspired me to learn more about Normandy and where my father was during that time. He died about 6 years back and is greatly missed. It's hard to become the older generation in our family now! Thanks again for your efforts and passion to keep this history and its impact on our world in front of people. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
27th April 1945. The cannons thundered the whole night and it was early in the morning that American troops liberated our concentration camp near the village of Tuerckheim, in Bavaria. No outburst, surely, in enemy country, but for us, the final certitude to be free and alive. Only fourteen years old and already for me to be aware of all the human cruelty ? I should say inhuman cruelty, against us. A little lost, naturally ? what to do with this new freedom? ? I walked in Tuerckheim, looking for somebody friendly, when a G.I., very tall, addressed sharply to me. I didn't understand English, so I showed him my forearm on which very clearly he could see my tattooed registration number of concentration camp. Then, very simply, without comment, he took my hand and we went in a well stocked shop on the village place. Before a mirror, the G.I. gave me one dress after another, one too long, the other ugly. I was very moved of gratitude for this man, ready to continue to fight, because the war was not yet finished, and being concerned to decently dress a concentration girl with rags. We took a dress, without paying, the shopkeeper looking us hostile, me finally decently dressed, and the soldier very self-satisfied apparently. With a strong voice he said ?BYE-BYE?, let me, and disappeared in the distance. I don?t more remember his face, but still today, I keep memory of this simple and human soldier who could give me back the appearance of a free girl. If he is still alive ? and I hope it so much ? I would like that he knows that I often think about him and it would be marvellous if he could recognise himself in this story.? Mrs. Marie LIPSTADT-PINHAS ? Brussels. Liberated from concentration camp TURKHEIM (DACHAU) on 27th april 1945, by 7th US ARMY, 10th armored division Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
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