Hi i'm the frenchy who helped you to get fuel on 5th june.... Welcome in normandy.....
Posted By: GREFFIN
Hi Fred.....What a beautiful, evocative and wonderful web site you have presented for the memories and enjoyment of veterans and their families from all over the free world. I plan to return to this site many times to experience as much as I can.[/B][B]Best wishes for your continuing success in this and future endeavors. You are helping us all to remember that Freedom Isn't Free. Warmest Regards, Cliff Stark ~
Posted By: Cliff Stark
Hi Fred! Dropped in to your website ? most excellent ? good work! Your composition is very good too! Haven?t had time to explore your site further yet?? but it looks very interesting. You are most welcome to visit our site at www.sosabowski.com
Posted By: Sosabowski family
HI FRED JUST A SHORT MESSAGE TO LET YOU KNOW HOW MUCH I ENJOY BACK TO NORMANDY KEEP THE MEMORIES GOING GOD BLESS & THANK YOU. DON KOOS 29TH LETS GO WW2
Posted By: donald koos
hi fred D DAY will always be the day thousand of joung men where killed to give us freedom i just returned from washinghton d.c and was very much touched by all those old veterans that still where a live and we all joined hands and prayed for all those that had died on the front line . my self i remember sinds i was a slafe laborer for the nazis the dind believe it happen and we did have to work until bitter end .thanks for jour mesage josie
Posted By: Josie
Hi a relative of the British 1st airborne gave us a link to this site. Thanks we like it very much. We also live in the Netherlands and were liberated by the American 104th Infantry Division http://home.wanadoo.nl/a.e.c.oostvogels/Liberation.htm. Good luck, Teun and Bart
Posted By: Teun and Bart
Hello, Found your site and Love it! We are stationed in Germany right now and loving it. We are right down the road from where most of the Battle of the Buldge took place. The history here is amazing. Any questions you might have just let me know.
Posted By: Judy Kracht Hielsberg
Hello Mr. Vogels, I am a high school student in Loveland Colorado and I am doing a project on fighter pilots of WWII. I have found your music and Market Garden truly moves me. May I please have your permission to incorporate this song into my presentation? I would be honored to play it and I believe it will help make a profound impact on my audience. Thank you so much Chris
Posted By: Chrs
Hello Fred, seems like a zillion years ago we met on Omaha Beach, during the 60th commemoration of D-Day. I remember the sun rising over a misty but calm sea, the wide beaches mostly desolate of people... LEST WE FORGET OUR LIBERATORS !
Posted By: Don http://www.pararesearchteam.com
Hallo Fred, even naar je site gekeken en een paar stukjes muziek beluisterd... Ben nog o_nder de indruk van beide. Wens je het allerbeste, en, zoals ze bij o_ns zeggen, olie drijft boven ! Eveneens bedankt voor je reaktie !
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