Wednesday, November 15, 2017
that some would reach him.
She kept the letters that were returned and wrote more!
Three or more per week she wrote, as the letters came back, "Return To Sender"
"Missing In Action."
She never lost faith that her son was alive.
Even when she read in her hometown newspaper about his unit being wiped out!
The Times Herald depicted a somber story of the First and Third Ranger Battalions....
fighting to the death of the very last man in Italy.
She held fast to her belief that here youngest son Roy.....
A shoe box full of letters from the past that she saved all the years of her life... is a testament to my loving Grand Mother Edith C. Hill Badgerow.
As children, we are never told the story of the strength, that our ancestors possessed....
or of the hardships they had to endure.
Sunday, June 18, 2017
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Thursday, July 7, 2016
|This copy is from Friday September 22, 1944|
Finding that the local newspaper's office was empty, they decided to print a newspaper about their activities. They called it the......
"Stars and Stripes."
Monday, March 28, 2016
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Please remember, not all were able to come home. Many, so very many..... paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
Posted by WWII POW on Wednesday, June 24, 2015
https://t.co/EPAL8VdCyj #THANK #YOU #FOR #YOUR #SERVICE #REMEMBER #TO #NEVER #FORGET #YOUARENOTFORGOTEN #PEACE #now pic.twitter.com/FtnjWvWfqU— Rodger Badgerow (@Freemall4u) July 16, 2015