Letters From The Frontline: KIA Near Bastogne
Rest in Peace Small Paratrooper
Two weeks ago, a man contacted be regarding a possible video idea. He was talking about a “correspondence” feature, where people can send in V-Mail from their relatives. As an example he sent me two letters of his cousin who fought in World War 2 and died near Bastogne on January 11th 1945. I thought […]
“My Great Uncle Was In The Airborne!’
I woke up last night and checked my phone to see what time it was. I also checked my gmail and noticed someone commented on one of my videos about Joe Cicchineli. It was his grandson saying Joe passed away some hours ago. It was 5 in the morning, and confused as I was, I […]
In search of a Hero!
I recently got contacted by a man saying his great uncle fought during Operation Market Garden. The man was going on a business trip to The Netherlands and wanted to visit the place where his great uncle got hit. His uncle was Captain Thomas A. Norwood, an officer in the 326th Engineers Battalion, 101st Airborne Division. After surviving […]
During a metal detecting trip on the Western Front we a found a U.S. Canteen. To our surprise there was a name inscribed! The owner who named himself Gilbert, probably lost his canteen during The Battle of the Bulge. Now I’m trying to find the old man back and I need your help! This is […]