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American vet's broken heart.

Discussion in 'WWII General' started by Heidi, Apr 9, 2009.

  1. Heidi

    Heidi Dishonorably Discharged

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    you know what,maybe i should change my ways of thinking abbout americans. seems they are not bad people after all and to care for other people.
    American soldier that killed a young german soldier and has never ever forgotten the young german and that day.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dq+1LhkjSnE

    Some how i stuffed up the link.
    I found it by Googling -german soldiers hero ww2 stories or german solders hero stories.
     
  2. C.Evans

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    Hi Heidi--thank you for that link ;-))

    Best wishes--C.
     
  3. SMLE shooter

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    We are the most compassionate nation on earth.We send more missionaries to other nations. Americans give more money to charity than any other nation on earth.:cool:
     
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    LRusso216 Graybeard Staff Member Patron  

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    Shooter, I have to agree. Just look at the outpouring of help whenever there is a tragedy of some kind. Recently, there were a series of arson fires in a small, very poor area outside of Philadelphia. Many were burned out of their homes (one block of 15 homes went up in smoke). Within days, people from all over the region were coming in and donating all kinds of things - ranging from bedding to furniture to clothes and toys for the kids. This happens more frequently than can be posted. I think it far outweighs some of the crazy stuff that goes on in our society.
     
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  5. SMLE shooter

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    I aggree. :cool::grad::salute::flag_USA:
     
  6. Heidi

    Heidi Dishonorably Discharged

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    my link never worked,so i am not sure if any one actually saw the footage,so try this one. It might work,i am not sure though.

    YouTube-WWII Vet can't forget killing German soldier

    it's a god thing watch,it does not go for long and it shows that ww2 soldiers were scarred by killing other men.
     
  7. tommy tater

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    Hiedi many thousands of veterans regret their actions suprisingly even the japanese, who fought so fiercly and cruelly against their enemys.
     
  8. C.Evans

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    Hi Heidi. The link didn't work for me but I found I think what you posted about and that one dd work. Nice link ;-))
     

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