1. The AAF forum will close permanently on December 1, 2017. I no longer have the time to manage a project like this, obviously, or give it the attention that it deserves. I still think fondly of the early days in 1998 when this all got started. A small, but eager group of tech savvy 1st and 2nd generation descendants made great friends with the last of the WWII veterans thru the newfangled internet. They're all gone now. It's time for me to turn the page. Thanks for being along for part of the ride. I'm sorry it got so bumpy in the end.
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Discussion in 'Prisoners of War, MIA, & Internees' started by Airwar, Jun 23, 2016.

  1. BMBazooka

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  2. BMBazooka

    BMBazooka Well-Known Member

    Some pictures from the remembrance ceremony. First picture: with the blue scraf - the mayor - the man with the hat - the local head of the veterans association. His father was one of the men who had to bury the corpses in 1944. On the right side: the stepson of the Kleinzerbst Nazi Party who had to help while the exhumations as a boy and still has nightmares of this.
    I#d like to quote George Levines message:
    The lessons are there sometimes it takes a long time to learn the truth, and that sometimes what one believes is a private, painful issue is often being experienced by others. Forgiveness, kindness and patience are all healers.



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