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The 3 Million Soviet POWs Starved To Death By Stalin's Brutal Betrayal.

Stalin: “There are no Russian prisoners of war. The Russian soldier fights on till death. If he chooses to become a prisoner, he is automatically excluded from the Russian community…”

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John Wear Article

CPL Norman Philip Swaney

Drafted just prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, Corporal Norman Swaney entered the Army Air Corps in January 1942, and volunteered for “the glory outfit”—the paratroopers. 110 more words

Army

Players of the Week

The following players have earned POW honors for week three of the season. Links are attached to the conference name when available.

ASC  

East Division – Offensive:   74 more words

Volleyball

Blogging Week 1 POW

Our first Post of the Week (POW) comes from Anna’s blog Probably Not Now. Her post, “Phone Migration Complex and You” has some features that make for an excellent blog. 357 more words

Blogging

Snowbird's First Snowfall of The Year Wasn't Just A Dusting

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Snowbird just got its first snowfall of the 2017/18 season and it wasn’t just a dusting. Not enough to make turns but this prelude to winter is enough to walk out to the garage and take a good long look at your skis and plan for the bounty ahead.

Skiing

The Soldiers Who Came Home

They all greeted my Grandmother nicely, paid respect to her and connected through her with a friend, who wasn’t there anymore. I sat quietly beside her and listened to the stories these men had to tell.  517 more words

Writing And Prompts

Col Nathaniel G. Raley

Raley, 84, was “hooked” on becoming a pilot at age 7 after he and his father flew in a barnstorming World War I biplane in their home town of Demopolis. 646 more words

Army