Signees

Thomas Keneally

THOMAS KENEALLY – Civilian, author of “Schindler’s Ark” Almost 40 years ago, Thomos Keneally, intent on buying a briefcase, entered a leather goods store owned by a man named Poldek Pfefferberg. Pfefferberg, on learning that [Read more]

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Les Grafton

Imagine being a 12 year old London resident living through the German bombing campaign of 1940 and 1941. Your childhood containing almost daily bombing raids on your city in a deliberate campaign to put terror [Read more]

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Tricia Glensor

TRICIA GLENSOR – Daughter of Raymond Glensor, Royal New Zeeland Air Force navigator. “WANTED” posters conjure up for me scenes of the Wild West: which probably just means I’m old. Nevertheless, it must have been [Read more]

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Dame Vera Lynn

Dame Vera Lynn OBE, English singer, songwriter and actress awarded a British War Medal 1939–1945 and the Burma Star. Known as “the Forces’ Sweetheart”, who toured Egypt, India, and Japanese occupied Burma as part of [Read more]

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Regine Halm

Ms. REGINE HALM – wife of Günter Halm, German infantryman; personally honored by General Field Marshall Erwin Rommel with the Knight’s Cross for his bravery in El Alamein. I first learned about Günter Halm from [Read more]

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Hildegard Joseph

HILDEGARD AUGUSTE JOSEPH nee LACKMANN – German civilian, born in 1928 in Recklinghausen, Westphalia, Germany. In accordance with Hitler’s decree all young people had to work for the Reich for 1 year. In July 1943, [Read more]

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David Bayer

DAVID BAYER – Holocaust survivor Auschwitz and Jaworzno Born to Jewish parents Manes and Sarah Bayer in Kozienice in southeastern Poland, David Bayer was the second of 4 children. His life as a teenager attending [Read more]