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    • Women relax inside the canteen

    • WW2 WWII World War II North Platte Canteen Wilson trains steam locomotive homefront volunteers troops depot entertainment Union Pacific coffee Marine Corps
    • Source #: npcanteen_up10b Two women U.S. Marine Corps officers share a calm moment of coffee, cigarettes and conversation over by the canteen's magazine table. On left: Sgt. Sylvia Downer, USMCWR, Shelborne Falls, Mass. and Cpl. Allunakrall,...
    • Battered religious figures

    • religious figures Nagasaki Japan atomic bomb
    • Battered religious figures stand watch on a hill above a tattered valley. Nagasaki, Japan. , 6 weeks after the city was destroyed by the world's second atomic bomb attack. Photo by Cpl. Lynn P. Walker, Jr. (Marine Corps)
    • Envelope from William E. Green to Mrs. Roy M. Green

    • William E. Green, Born in Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th Infantry letter Roy M. Green Cpl. Wm. E. Green 31485009 cn.co. 304inf. APO 17829
    • Air mail envelope with red and blue stripes. 6 cent stamp attached. Stamped by Army Examiner. William E. Green, born Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th Infantry
    • postcard from William E. Green to Mrs. Roy M. Green

    • William E. Green, Born in Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th Infantry letter Roy M. Green Cpl. Wm. E. Green 31485009 cn.co. 304inf. APO 17830
    • Top side of a postcard with U.S. Army logo. William E. Green, born Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th Infantry
    • Forgiveness (THE WAR:  NEBRASKA STORIES) [video]

    • world war II nebraska roger peters combat german soldier forgiveness
    • Even though the war was over, it was difficult for some to let go of all that had happened. But for Nebraskan Roger Peters, a chance meeting with some German soldiers helped him discover that forgiveness was necessary in order to move on. Cpl....
    • Freedom (THE WAR:  NEBRASKA STORIES) [video]

    • world war II nebraska concentration camps Germany Roger Peters
    • When Nebraskan soldier Roger Peters had a small accident with a motor scooter in Germany after the Allied victory, he came across an ex-detainee of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and discovered a new meaning for the word, freedom. Cpl. Roger...

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