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Dennison, Ohio 2012

Dennison, Ohio 2012

  Here is a post from our Correspondent, Bill Donegan: Dennison, Ohio was named for Ohio Governor Dennison, whom President Lincoln had appointed to be Postmaster General. Located 100 miles west of Pittsburg, Pa and 100 miles east of Cleveland Ohio, Dennison Depot was a stopping point for steam locomotives, which only had a range […]

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The Longest Weekend, D-Day pt. III

The Longest Weekend, D-Day pt. III

Here is Bill’s Continued Report on Longest Week-end- Conneaut Ohio: Following on the heels of that epic bridge battle the three West Virginians retired to the comfort of the 2nd Gebirgs camp for a rest and refit. While cleaning rifles and reloading bandoleers, we were approached by the local news media for snap-shots and interviews. […]

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The Longest Weekend, D-Day Ohio Pt. II

The Longest Weekend, D-Day Ohio Pt. II

Here is the second installment of Bill’s D-Day Journal: Following a hearty breakfast at the hotel, Linda and I arrived at the German/French camps around 0900. I was living history with Gilbert, John, Ray, Jim, Ron and Roger at the German camp while my wife and Debbie Wenig were living history at the French camp. […]

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D-Day Landing at Conneaut, Ohio.

D-Day Landing at Conneaut, Ohio.

The following is a report by our intrepid  Teutonic correspondent, Bill Donegan: It was the Summer of 1957.  My uncle, Lester Call (Luck), was spending the summer with us in Charleston, West Virginia.  He usually lived with us or my Aunt May on Grove Avenue or down on the family farm in Putnam County.  So […]

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