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Memorial Day Tribute to GI Joe. US ARMY DRAFTEES 1941. Lest we forget. Omaha Beach France June 6 1944. Lest we forget. Lest we forget. Lest we forget. Now doesn’t that remind you of little rats’ feet on a tin roof? . Lest we forget. Lest we forget.

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lest we forget
Lest we forget

Omaha Beach FranceJune 6 1944

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Lest we forget

Now doesn’t that remind you of little rats’ feet on a tin roof?

lest we forget8
Lest we forget

I’ll let you know when I find the inventor of the “88”

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Lest we forget

"Hell! Just when I git me practice built up they transfer me to another regiment."

remember us
REMEMBER US

Americans who didn’t make it home

epilogue
EPILOGUE

Approximately 13 million Americans served in the United States armed forces. Two thirds were draftees and the other third volunteers. 416,000 lost their lives on the battlefields, in the air and at sea fighting the Nazis and Japanese. Most made it home safely, but many suffered permanent injuries.

The homecoming veterans had red carpets laid out for them by the American people. The public’s generosity manifested itself in housing benefits, college educations, job training, and medical care to name a few.No other country came close to that for their veterans not that they didn’t want to. The large number of civilian casualties and massive infrastructure damage they endured left them with very few resources for their veterans.

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