A few pictures of the many brave men who saved our world for us.
He sent this photo in this frame to Aunt Margaret Gray Charlton. On the back he wrote: To my dearest Colleen, Maggie. Love, Billy.
Both Sgt. Kaiser and Ray Credland are quoted in the book Put on Your Boots and Parachutes by Deryk Wills of Leicester, England. There’s an article about the 82nd written by Wills in the Quorn On-line Museum.
Charles J. Kaiser – Lancaster, PA; A. Coop, Kansas; J.P. McFeeley, Johnstown, PA; W. J. Gray, Phila., PA
J.P. McFeeley & Dad – Suippes – France March 16 – on chopping detail.
Dad learned how to box at the YMCA and was quite good. I don’t know which edition of the Static Line this is from. He entertained the idea of becoming a professional boxer, but having his knuckle blown off after D-Day squelched that plan.