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I am the proud daughter of Brite Randall Harris who served his country proudly with the 29th Division 116th Infantry Fox F. Co. Blue & Grays. If anyone knows and remembers serving together with him I would love to hear from you. God Bless the USA... Thank you to our Veterans isn't enough... Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I am researching the WWII History of my father in law who was a radar operator on a C-47. He was in the 49th Troop Carrier Squadron. On D-Day he flew with Captain Jack Cardwell. His name was Sgt. Paul Decker. Mission Boston, Serial #22, #2. The lead paratrooper on the plane was 1st Lt. Napierkowski.. I am also searching for a copy of the history of the 49th Troop Carrier Squadron. I have studied the book Pulse and Repulse (Troop Carrier & Airborne Teams in Europe during WWII) by H. Rex Shama. Mr. Shama was a glider pilot in the 49th. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I am looking for information regarding the 737th Amphibious Assault Task Force information. My late Grandfather served in the last 2 campaigns headed by General Patton. Any information would be much appreciated. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
I am looking for anyone from the First Army 215th Signal Corps that landed on D-Day with my step-father Russell Reininger. He is 90 yrs. old now and would love to hear from anyone left that he served with. Thank you all for your service. Lynda Tanner Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hoor zojuist de door jouw geschreven muziek en ik moet wederom zeggen: ik ben enorm onder de indruk!!! Prachtig geschreven, ontroerend en aangrijpend, ik kan het niet anders zeggen. Muziek die enorm raakt, van internationale klasse! Hopelijk schrijf je nog heel veel van dit soort werken. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Honour to those who fought and died for our freedom across the world. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hierbij wil ik je complimenteren, want ik denk dat je hiermee wel wat heb neergezet. Inderdaad ken ik de moeilijkheidsgraad, als je rechtstreeks op beelden gaat componeren. Dit is meestal een tijdrovend onderdeel, gezien het nogal wat aanpassingen behoeft. (synchronisatie, tijdsduur, melodie etc.) Zoals ik het nu voor de 2e keer beluister, maar dan zonder beeld (wat ik vaak doe) merk ik dat ik de beelden daarbij kan plaatsen. Dan kun je wel zeggen, dat het goed gedaan is. Wat ik overigens erg goed vind, is de overgang naar het gedeelte waar de militairen door de straten marcheren. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi! Knappe site en nog veel succes!! My sincere greetings and best wishes! Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi, I enjoy your website and it was a good idea from Jill to give me this url. Musik knows no walls among nations. Sincerely Wolfgang Hildebrandt singer/songwriter, human rights activist Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi, Fred! Wow, I am truly impressed with your music! It's absolutely beautiful. I sure do wish we didn't live so far apart from each other -- I would certainly love the opportunity to work with you. It's always been one of my dreams to sing with an orchestra! I especially love your jazz arrangement of You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to. Market Garden is very moving, indeed. I'm not closing the book on our possible collaboration in the near future ... Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi, First, let me tell you have one of the greatest sites on the web. Thanks to you to let us visit it. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi Im researching into geneology of my great grandfather. I wondered if you could help, he was in the first world war and I o_nly have a photograph, now I think he was in the shropshire royals but am unable to find any information on this can youhelp or put me in contact with someone who can help me, I have a couple of photos so can send these out. Thanks Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi i'm the frenchy who helped you to get fuel on 5th june.... Welcome in normandy..... Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi I am the daughter of a soldier who was wounded in France following the Normandy Landings. I have just found out he was in the 15th Scotish division. He was injured in Operation Bluecoat with his best man. sadly his friend died of his injuries and my dad although having recieved a wound to his head survied and came home. I still have the tin helmet complete with bullet hole and the telegram sent to my Mum to inform her of him being injured. Both my parents have now died and I would like to find out more information about his regiment or any thing. His name was Charles(Charlie) Wright and my Mum was Amelia (Millie/Mim) nee Biggs. The Best man was called W d Merry. My mum and dad also got married during the War on 15th January 1944. any info would be appreciated thanks Lynn Freeman Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi Fred.....What a beautiful, evocative and wonderful web site you have presented for the memories and enjoyment of veterans and their families from all over the free world. I plan to return to this site many times to experience as much as I can. Best wishes for your continuing success in this and future endeavors. You are helping us all to remember that Freedom Isn't Free. Warmest Regards, Cliff Stark Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi Fred. The information on your site is brilliant. You deserve a lot of praise for your hard work. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi Fred! Je hebt een fantastische multimedia presentatie gemaakt voor de opening van onze turnhal. Het is inmiddels al enige tijd geleden, maar het gaf de openingsceremonie precies het smoel waar we naar zochten. De presentatie is ook op onze website gezet: http://www.topturnen.nl => Reportages. Nog heel hartelijk dank voor je moeite en snelle respons op onze vraag. Heel veel creatief succes gewenst verder. Namens TON, Martijn Loots. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi Fred! Dropped in to your website ? most excellent ? good work! Your composition is very good too! Haven?t had time to explore your site further yet?? but it looks very interesting. You are most welcome to visit our site at www.sosabowski.com Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi Fred, Just found the site, amazing place! Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi Fred, can you send me your email address to send the photo of my grandfather so that you can publish it, sorry its taken so long but I misplaced it but have found it, you can contact me o_n . Thanks Pam English Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
hi fred D DAY will always be the day thousand of joung men where killed to give us freedom i just returned from washinghton d.c and was very much touched by all those old veterans that still where a live and we all joined hands and prayed for all those that had died on the front line . my self i remember sinds i was a slafe laborer for the nazis the dind believe it happen and we did have to work until bitter end .thanks for jour mesage josie Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Hi a relative of the British 1st airborne gave us a link to this site. Thanks we like it very much. We also live in the Netherlands and were liberated by the American 104th Infantry Division http://home.wanadoo.nl/a.e.c.oostvogels/Liberation.htm. Good luck, Teun and Bart Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Het moest even inwerken, want de beelden blijven schokkend. Jouw muziek heb ik met bewondering en grote waardering beluisterd. je geeft deze documentaire zonder gesproken woord nog meer lading, hulde. Ik hoop dat je meer van dit soort scores zult kunnen maken. Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45
Help? My father, Clayton Weiker. just passed away on Dec 10 this year. He was the chauffer for the commanding officer of the 50th. General Hospital at Normandy. He told me very little about the experience and now I would like to find out more.if anyone could give me some help on where to look for more info. I would be thrilled. Thanks Fred Vogels @ 2017-09-01, 19:45