Signees

Henry Parham

One iconic image from D-day is one of beached LSTs on Omaha beach. Floating above the ships are silver oval shaped balloons as military vehicles drives off the LSTs. These balloons are known as “barrage [Read more]

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Guy Whidden

GUY WHIDDEN – US Army, 101st Airborne Division, 502nd PIR As Paratrooper Guy Whidden during the early hours of D-day June 6th 1944 jumped out of an airplane over Normandy plastic 1/6th scale toys would [Read more]

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Elizabeth Johnson

The 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion aka “Six Tripple Eight” was an all-black battalion of the Women’s Army Corps (WAC) and had 855 women serving, both enlisted and officers, under the command of Major Charity [Read more]

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Harold Billow

As he laid face-down on the snowy ground in a field at the Baugnez crossroads on December 17th 1944 he had to stifle his breath while “playing dead”. A slight movement will result in instant [Read more]

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Ben Skardon

Colonel Ben Skardon signed the Log book on 10 April 2019. This stoic gracious man – who has experienced unspeakable human cruelty – continues to give generously of his time and lead by example. Initially, [Read more]

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Herman Zeitchik

HERMAN ZEITCHIK – US Army, Sargent, 4th Infantry Division Herman Zeitchik served with the 4th Infantry Division, landing on Utah Beach on 6 June 1944 (D Day). He participated in the Battle of the Bulge, [Read more]