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Back to Cherbourg, and the fog is too...

Port de Cherbourg, le brouillard; fog rolling in. 093-02_1986-06

Back, in photo only, photo from the past, not a very distant past, but enough so what I do remember of these days is a bit foggy, pretty much like this picture taken shortly after sunset, and the fog was rolling in. 45 more words


Dad’s Cherbourg Photos

Seventy years in 1944 Felix A. Cizewski, my late father, served in Cherbourg in Company, C, 3110th Signal Service Battalion.

Ten photos of his survived… 174 more words

World War II

Cherbourg Memorial

In March, 1942, the Nazis with the assistance of French fascist collaborationist government began deporting Jews in France to slave labor and death camps. The first were foreign born Jews followed by Jews born in France and having French citizenship. 171 more words

World War II

Café de l'hôtel de Ville in Cherbourg: 70 years ago and today

Among the places I have documented that Felix A. Cizewski, my late father, visited while serving in Cherbourg with Company C, 3110th Signal Service Battalion was the… 354 more words

Felix A. Cizewski & WWII

Season 1 : Pilot episode

There is just something about motorcycles that drives me crazy. Without them my life is meaningless.

I started riding at the age of 17. Within a year i had lost my riding license. 4,697 more words


More photos from 111th family members

We have received many new photos in the past month, from former CO Captain Art Brooks; from Gene Karl’s daughter, Donna Leitzke; and from Leroy Brannon’s widow, Lillian. 275 more words

Men Of The 111th Ordnance Company

Skies, seas, and Cherbourg

I’ve been to Cherbourg in Normandy twice, each time was a three-day stay. Yet, I’ve never written about it. For a period of time, the circumstances under which I made these visits bore too much burden on my heart and my mind. 583 more words