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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

On the workbench

As you can see I`m making sure my British 11th

Armoured have an answer to the Panzer Lehr

oncoming onslaught. M10`s with 17pdrs plus

a few extra bits including another Hellcat and… 13 more words


"Seek,Strike and Destroy" the M18 Hellcat way of life.

This is by far my favourite American tank destroyer,

its all about speed,speed and more speed.

60mph of speed to be exact with a 76mm cannon and… 81 more words


Amazing Visions: Première Impression - Cathédrale de lumière

Première Impression – Cathédrale de lumière

Post by Jennifer Kiley

Post Wednesday 22nd October 2014

Fun with Lighting Images in Artistic Motion. Laughter of children at some points. 64 more words


Playing catchup

As long as we’re based in France, it’s important to make the move of Europe’s excessive vacation time! summer and early fall were packed with trips all over France and Europe. 100 more words



Fähnrich Peter Foerster peers through his scope.

The water is filled with schools of fish,

scrambling to reach shore.

Blood clogs their gills and they flop to the ground, 221 more words


Trumbull - Lizzie of the Klondike (2) - Aug., 1944

Page 2       8/6/44

Did I ever tell you the story of the three divinity students at Yale, a Protestant, a Catholic and a Jew were comparing how far each might eventually get in their chosen professions. 768 more words