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Buried on the battlefield in 1942 remains of WWII hero from Omaha

Buried on the battlefield in 1942 remains of WWII hero from Omaha

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Hymie Epstein

Buried on the battlefield in 1942, remains of WWII hero from Omaha could finally come home | Military | omaha.com

Buried on the battlefield in 1942, remains of WWII hero from Omaha could finally come home | Military | omaha.com

Buried on the battlefield in 1942, remains of WWII hero from Omaha could finally come home | Military | omaha.com

Buried on the battlefield in 1942, remains of WWII hero from Omaha could finally come home | Military | omaha.com

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Buried on the battlefield in 1942, remains of WWII hero from Omaha could finally come home | Military | omaha.com

Buried on the battlefield in 1942, remains of WWII hero from Omaha could finally come home | Military | omaha.com

Marine Colonel Francis I. Fenton prays at the foot of his son's grave. Private

An empty foxhole, an anonymous grave, and a World War II mystery solved after 74 years

Military remains

New book shows bloody reality of the Battle of the Bulge, which inspired TV's epic

S/Sgt David Rosenkrantz

Buried on the battlefield in 1942, remains of WWII hero from Omaha could finally come home | Military | omaha.com

Buried on the battlefield in 1942, remains of WWII hero from Omaha could finally come home | Military | omaha.com

Omaha Beach bunker

After nearly 70 years missing, World War II Marine finally buried in Indiana cemetery

The grim but necessary task of caring the the war dead was the responsibility of the

A document honoring Hymie Epstein can be seen at the Nebraska Jewish Historical Society in Omaha.

Manuel Eloy Kemm

Officers and men of the USS Intrepid, killed during the Battle of Leyte Gulf,

Second-most decorated WWII soldier won't get Medal of Honor

Buried on the battlefield in 1942, remains of WWII hero from Omaha could finally come

Brigadier General Julius Ochs Adler is another decorated hero of World Wars I and II. In World War I, he was the commander of a battalion of infantry on the ...

Erwin Rommel

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Julius Pieper, left, and Ludwig Pieper. MUST CREDIT: Photo courtesy of Susan

An American soldier and a war correspondent uncover wooden crosses that mark the graves of Americans

The remains of US sailors killed during a kamikaze attack on aircraft carrier USS Saratoga (CV-3) are awaiting their burial at sea.

The mass grave containing almost 2000 German soldiers being uncovered, more than 75 years after

German prisoners of war dig graves for members of the 101st Airborne killed defending Bastogne.

The remains of a Higgins Boat, Omaha Beach, Normandy.

Taken from a 1905 archaeological excavation from the Battle of Visby. The battle took place

An empty foxhole, an anonymous grave, and a World War II mystery solved after 74 years

115th Infantry Regiment (29th Infantry Division), Omaha Beach, Dog Green Sector, D-Day, June 6 1944

Courtesy of the Russin family

Twin brothers died side by side in World War II. Now they're finally buried side by side.

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78 - Bones of My Grandfather. WW2 Podcast

Omaha Beach ~ Normandy ~ France ~ Remains of a Higgins Boat on Omaha Beach. These were made of wood from a factory in New Orleans!

S/Sgt David Rosenkrantz at Heuvelhof the day before he was killed

Two German soldiers hold their ground and take cover as they fire from a derelict building

D-Day heroes: Clancy Lyall was one of the Band of Brothers

American troops approaching Omaha Beach, during the invasion of Normandy on D-Day, 6 June 1944

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An African American litter team from the 3200th Quartermaster Service Company, 24th Quartermaster Battalion carries

A Heroic World War II Religious Order Chaplain, Brooklyn Born and Bred

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Photograph by Walter Rosenblum, US Army Signal Corps

Phil receiving the funeral flag

During World War II, United States military personnel mutilated dead Japanese service personnel in the Pacific theater of operations.

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Diorama with American WWII soldier in the Overlord Museum near Omaha Beach about WW2 Allied landing

American and German dead await burial in a makeshift morgue behind Omaha Beach.

The USS Flier Project

Photo illustrating the Headquarters building, Camp Bowie, Brownwood, Texas, where the 51st

MAJ. GEN. William Hamilton Sands

Peer last minister to resign on 'point of honour' was hero of World War II 'Bridge Too Far' battle

The Associated Press

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75 years ago, US Marines waded into 'the toughest battle in Marine Corps history' — here are 25 photos of the brutal fight for Tarawa

B-24 located in Adriatic; Crewmanis bones sought Ught Lakewood Manis remains crewman ...

Heinrich Severloh "The Beast of Omaha Beach" (23 June 1923 – 14 January 2006) was a soldier in the German 352nd Infantry Division stationed in Normandy in ...

Edmund William Duckworth

The Normandy American Cemetary and Memorial at Omaha Beach, near Colleville-sur-mer

"The Battle of Midway" 1942 John Ford | C-SPAN.org

... and another crewman, Sgt. John Kalausich, ...

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Wonderful Colorized images of D-Day 37th Engineering Bn comes ashore Omaha Beach 7 June 1944

L-R Top: Ted Finkbeiner, Fred Thomas, David Rosenkrantz, Bottom: unknown,

Penn State military students during World War II marching on the University Park campus

An empty foxhole, an anonymous grave, and a World War II mystery solved after 74 years

Omaha Beach

Aleda Lutz - Rhone cemetery

RAMPAGE: MacArthur, Yamashita, and the Battle of Manila

WPXI Pittsburgh

Rommel with German and Italian officers, 1942

The La Roche Museum of the Battle of the Ardennes

How codebreakers in Britain's crack Room 40 team brought the US into the First World War | Daily Mail Online

"Smashing Hitler's Panzers: The Defeat of the Hitler Youth Panzer Division during the Battle of the Bulge"

The Latest: Navy veteran recalls D-Day horror of Sword Beach

Photo of WWII medic, Desmond Doss, courtesy of the Desmond Doss Council. Blog

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Members of an African American artillery battalion went from being hated to revered to tortured and killed by the SS at Wereth during the Battle of the ...