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    • Captain Keith G. Van Neste and Hurtgen Forrest

    • Captain Keith G. Van Neste Hurtgen Forrest. Signs born Brewster, NE Captain, 23rd Infantry
    • Captain Keith G. Van Neste stands in Hurtgen Forrest. Signs are attached to a tree next to him, read 'PARKING', 'INSPIRE CP', 'DISMOUNT HERE'. born Brewster, NE Captain, 23rd Infantry
    • Maj. Gen. Francis Greenlief

    • Francis Stevens Greenlief, Army major general Army-Air Force National Guard Vietnam War, died Virginia. born Hastings, Nebraska. 134th Infantry Regiment 35th Division European Theater Retired Normandy St. Lo Battle Bulge platoon leader rifle...
    • Francis Stevens Greenlief, 78, a retired Army major general who shepherded changes in the recruitment tactics of the Army-Air Force National Guard and who fought to improve benefit packages as Guard membership diminished at the end of the Vietnam...
    • Lieutenant Gabriel Field's head

    • Gabriel Field lieutenant 6th Infantry Fort Atkinson Council Bluffs Missouri river western expansion fur trade federal outpost Indians relations Calhoun Yellowstone expedition steamboat
    • Lt. Gabriel Field was one of the soldiers serving with the Sixth Infantry at Fort Atkinson when he died from a leg wound on April 8, 1823. Archeologists found Field's skeleton, and an anthropologist reconstructed his face. No other likeness of...
    • Letter of sympathy

    • Gerald A. Thurman, Chairman of Civilian Defense, Custer County, Nebraska, Captain Keith G. Van Neste born Brewster, NE Captain, 23rd Infantry
    • Letter from Gerald A. Thurman, Chairman of Civilian Defense, Custer County, Nebraska, to Mrs. Van Neste to show his sympathy for the death of Captain Keith G. Van Neste. born Brewster, NE Captain, 23rd Infantry
    • Letter of sympathy

    • Letter J. B. Lovless, Colonel, 23rd Infantry, Commanding Margaret E. Van Neste. Sympathy Headquarters twenty third infantry born Brewster, NE
    • Letter from Colonel J. B. Lovless, 23rd Infantry, to Mrs. Margaret E. Van Neste to express his sympathy for the death of her husband, Captain Keith Van Neste. born Brewster, NE Captain, 23rd Infantry
    • Governor's Seal of recognition for the sacrifice of Captain Keith G. Van Neste

    • Nebraska Advisory Defense Committee recognition Captain Keith G. Van Neste born Brewster, NE Captain, 23rd Infantry
    • In recognition of Captain Keith G. Van Neste who gave the last full measure of devotion to preserve the American way of life. On behalf of the people of the state of Nebraska, we extend sympathy and appreciation.' Letter from Nebraska Advisory...
    • Nebraska Stories: Episode 103 (Full Program)

    • Nebraska Stories Episode 3 video television tv full program episode special magazine Geyer Wolford Lesiak Organizer Williams Bush Pollard Abalos Chapp Williams Historian Carter narrator Harris Momaday biographer Christianson Saiz writer Starita...
    • This episode includes: The Liberators, Greening of the Dust Bowl, Loren Eiseley's Reflections of the Depression, White Buffalo Girl, Giving Thanks at a One Room School, and Piano in Tow.
    • Nebraska Stories: The Liberators (Episode 103 Clip)

    • Nebraska Stories The Liberators video television tv segment clip special magazine Geyer Wolford Organizer Williams Bush Pollard Abalos Chapp Williams NE story Great Plains Omaha Washington District of Columbia D.C. DC state people history historic...
    • Segment from Episode 3
      1500 Nebraska veterans were recently flown to Washington, D.C. aboard seven 'Heartland Honor Flights' to visit the World War II monument. Hundreds of these veterans gathered in Omaha at a dinner to celebrate and share...
    • Roy Long in uniform

    • Roy Long Born Blair, NE Resident Omaha, NE First Lieutenant 66th Infantry, 71st Division
    • portrait of Roy Long, First Lieutenant 66th Infantry, 71st Division
    • victims of the camps

    • Roy Long Born Blair, NE Resident Omaha, NE First Lieutenant 66th Infantry, 71st Division
    • After the Allies liberated the concentration camps, the victims lined up to get clean, new clothes.
    • Bodies in woods in Europe, photo 1

    • Roy Long Born Blair, NE Resident Omaha, NE First Lieutenant 66th Infantry, 71st Division
    • Bodies in woods in Europe in World War II. Some wrapped in blankets. From Roy Long, born Blair, NE resident Omaha, NE First Lieutenant 66th Infantry, 71st Division
    • Bodies in woods in Europe, photo 2

    • Roy Long Born Blair, NE Resident Omaha, NE First Lieutenant 66th Infantry, 71st Division
    • Bodies in woods in Europe in World War II. Some wrapped in blankets. From Roy Long, born Blair, NE resident Omaha, NE First Lieutenant 66th Infantry, 71st Division
    • Roy Long and two soldiers

    • Roy Long Born Blair, NE Resident Omaha, NE First Lieutenant 66th Infantry, 71st Division
    • Roy Long and two soldiers, with their shirts off. Two of them hold sticks. Roy Long, born Blair, NE resident Omaha, NE First Lieutenant 66th Infantry, 71st Division

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