My father's older first cousin survived the war with a few Bulge stories. He said he didn't eat for two days and then later when "hot grub" was supposed to finally come up to his unit, that by the time he arrived it was almost frozen.
Originally Posted by Garandomatic
On the issue of killing, Donald only once spoke of it to my father and then was coy but said something so interesting that I've not forgotten it. Donald said that he had shot some men, "and some men I didn't." I've often thought of that in the context of the common occurrence of soldiers either intentionally or subconsciously "aiming high" when they are engaging the enemy.
And we know, that we know, what we know,
but is it true?