is mankind's ultimate insanity.
sense of humor is the only refuge,
only island of sanity in an insane world.
book is dedicated to all men and women who served in
Armed Forces of the United States during World War II
especially to those who made the ultimate sacrifice that
rest of us might live out our lives in freedom.
first hand account of some of my experiences in World War II was written
grandson Brenton Colen Kelber who has shown a strong interest in history
and World War II in particular, or, as he calls it, "Papa's War." During
1994, the fiftieth anniversary of the liberation of France, there were
so many television documentaries about the war in Europe that he inundated
me with questions like: "Were you there?" and "Was it really like
that?" There were many long discussions about the war and many memories
were dredged up, some good, some bad. It finally seemed like the right
thing to do to give him a written record. Memories fade with time so I
hope I will be forgiven for occasional errors as to dates, and participants
in the events chronicled.
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