Ellsworth A. Hawkes worked for the Aetna Insurance Company in Hartford before joining the army in World War I. On December 7, 1917, he wrote to a co-worker, Ben Meyers, from somewhere in France, with he was with the 101st Machine Gun Battalion. 411 more words
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It’s like sitting in a bath of acid that’s full of sharks and machine guns!
It’s strange how our memory of an event can differ so much from someone else’s who was standing right beside you. Example. Within the first few hours of the attack on Fallujah in November of 2004, I remember very vividly being on top of a roof that overlooked a graveyard. 226 more words
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