Re: WW II Vet
I had several Uncles from both sides of the family in WWII. Uncle Carroll should never have gone to war. As he got older, in his sixties and seventies, he'd sit on the porch in his rocking chair and cry. He never mentioned details but he'd talk of the terrible things war did to men and the horrible things he'd seen. His memories eventually killed him. He was one of the saddest men I've ever known.
C Co., 1st 75th, 80-81. RS 5-81
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