World War II dog tag is back with Battle of Bulge survivor 73 years later

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13 January 2018 21:55:18 FOX News

A 92-year-old Battle of Bulge survivor has been reunited with a dog tag he lost days before the bloody World War II battle 73 years ago. Full article on World War II dog tag is back with Battle of Bulge survivor 73 years later

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World War II pilot's remains found in tree, return for burial 72 years later

1.6134526 15 July 2017 17:44:22 FOX News

For more than 70 years a tree protected the remains of a World War II fighter pilot from Washington state whose plane crashed in Germany in 1945.

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World War II veteran recalls fighting in Battle of the Bulge

1.3050551 28 June 2017 18:21:25 FOX News

A U.S. soldier who fought in the Battle of the Bulge tells his story and shares how he fought through impossible conditions to slow the Nazi advance.

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World War II vet receives love letter 72 years later

1.3050551 12 May 2017 19:21:30 FOX News

A love letter lost in the walls of a New Jersey home reached a World War II veteran 72 years after it was written.

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70 Years Later: Lessons From World War II

1.3050551 07 May 2015 23:15:44 The Daily Register

By JOANNA BOGLE | LONDON — Friday’s 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe — V-E Day — has come at an intriguing time in Britain — coinciding with a general election and with much debate about the future of the country. This doesn&t...

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World War II veteran's son is given dogs tags dad lost 70 years ago on Massachusetts beach

1.2666653 20 April 2015 00:31:26 FOX News

Dog tags a U.S. soldier lost on a Massachusetts beach 70 years ago have been returned to his son at the same place.

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Nebraska World War II vet to receive his lost dog tags

1.2666653 10 April 2015 23:42:50 News - CTnow

A Nebraska World War II veteran will get back his military dog tags after losing them more than 70 years ago.

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Lisbon, Griswold men recall Battle of the Bulge 70 years later

1.2553097 04 January 2015 03:56:14 News - The Bulletin

Albert Stanley Lockwood, serving with the U.S. Army’s 243rd Engineer Combat Battalion, arrived in Belgium a week after his 19th birthday 70 years ago for what would become one of the most storied American battles of World War II.“This was my birthday gift,” the Griswold native, 89, said.The Battle of the Bulge, which began on Dec. 16, 1944, was a game-changing campaign that would involve approximately 600,000 American troops by the time it ended on Jan. 28,

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World War II vet honored with medals 70 years later

1.0998389 22 December 2014 17:23:09 FOX News

It has been some 70 years since U.S. Army Sgt. Benjamin Jones stormed a German-occupied town sprinting and shooting, through the European village as fast as he could. On Sunday, the Smyrna veteran's bravery was honored as the medals he earned were finally pinned to his chest.

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D-Day, 70 years later: Remembering the defining battle of World War II

1.0998389 07 June 2014 08:07:14 News - Hope Star - Hope, AR

The newsflash came on a slip of paper in a red-and-white striped courier pouch: "EISENHOWERS HEADQUARTERS ANNOUNCES ALLIES LAND IN FRANCE." The Associated Press had some two dozen writers and photographers among the Allied forces as they landed on Normandy's coast on June 6, 1944. From Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's London headquarters, Wes Gallagher who later went on to become AP's general manager wrote up the first Allied official dispatches announcing D-Day and sent them in the sealed pouch

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D-Day, 70 years later: Remembering the defining battle of World War II

1.0998389 06 June 2014 15:46:27 News - The Helena-West Helena World - Helena, AR

The newsflash came on a slip of paper in a red-and-white striped courier pouch: "EISENHOWERS HEADQUARTERS ANNOUNCES ALLIES LAND IN FRANCE." The Associated Press had some two dozen writers and photographers among the Allied forces as they landed on Normandy's coast on June 6, 1944. From Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's London headquarters, Wes Gallagher who later went on to become AP's general manager wrote up the first Allied official dispatches announcing D-Day and sent them in the sealed pouch

Vice All News Time06 June 2014 15:46:27