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By Randall M Dewitt
To Serve Is To Honor To honor one’s country. To honor one’s family. To honor one’s fellow man, and to honor one’s faith. These are the qualities of the people represented in this work. A Small Town’s Contribution was written to pay tribute to ‘The Greatest Generation’, whose willingness to put themselves in harm’s way, and to sacrifice themselves for the benefit of others, paved the way for the rest of us to enjoy the freedoms we do. The citizens of Platte, South Dakota served honorably, alongside their brethren, and deserve to be remembered. These pages reflect a sampling of stories from Platte residents who served in the Armed Forces during World War II.
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By Dan Rasmussen Jr.
As we left the terminal and looked around in the dimly lit surroundings, we saw a lot of cars parked out there at the curb. Most of them were taxis, but right out front were a half dozen shiny black four-door sedans with a chauffeur standing outside each one. These guys were trying to get our attention and motioning us over. We went right out to one of them and he put out his sales pitch. “ Very nice hotel,” he said in his broken English, bowing a little with each sentence. “ Stay all nights. Free ride. Very Nice. Bring you back to airport. “Without saying anything, we glanced at each other and got into the back seat.
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By Dan Rasmussen Jr.
As we left the terminal and looked around in the dimly lit surroundings, we saw a lot of cars parked out there at the curb. Most of them were taxis, but right out front were a half dozen shiny black four-door sedans with a chauffeur standing outside each one. These guys were trying to get our attention and motioning us over. We went right out to one of them and he put out his sales pitch. “ Very nice hotel,” he said in his broken English, bowing a little with each sentence. “ Stay all nights. Free ride. Very Nice. Bring you back to airport. “Without saying anything, we glanced at each other and got into the back seat.
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By Dr. Don C. Kean D.M.D.
War does not determine who is right—only who is left. —Bertrand Russell What is it that truly makes a person great? This has been a question both throughout and for the ages. In modern society, greatness is often measured in terms of wealth, power, knowledge, and achievement. Wealth and power can be so fleeting in life and should never truly and totally define an individual’s greatness. Educational achievement is an attainment and accumulation of knowledge, facts, theories, and career training. Education is good. It can be valuable, but it should only be considered as one of the many tools in the toolbox of life. There have been many great people throughout history who have gone on to achieve and perform great feats in their life with little to no education. Wealth, power, and education can all be used for good and or for evil. The history of man clearly bears this out.
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By Randall M Dewitt
To Serve Is To Honor To honor one’s country. To honor one’s family. To honor one’s fellow man, and to honor one’s faith. These are the qualities of the people represented in this work. A Small Town’s Contribution was written to pay tribute to ‘The Greatest Generation’, whose willingness to put themselves in harm’s way, and to sacrifice themselves for the benefit of others, paved the way for the rest of us to enjoy the freedoms we do. The citizens of Platte, South Dakota served honorably, alongside their brethren, and deserve to be remembered. These pages reflect a sampling of stories from Platte residents who served in the Armed Forces during World War II.
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By Randall M Dewitt
To Serve Is To Honor To honor one’s country. To honor one’s family. To honor one’s fellow man, and to honor one’s faith. These are the qualities of the people represented in this work. A Small Town’s Contribution was written to pay tribute to ‘The Greatest Generation’, whose willingness to put themselves in harm’s way, and to sacrifice themselves for the benefit of others, paved the way for the rest of us to enjoy the freedoms we do. The citizens of Platte, South Dakota served honorably, alongside their brethren, and deserve to be remembered. These pages reflect a sampling of stories from Platte residents who served in the Armed Forces during World War II.
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By Dr. Don C. Kean D.M.D.
War does not determine who is right—only who is left. —Bertrand Russell What is it that truly makes a person great? This has been a question both throughout and for the ages. In modern society, greatness is often measured in terms of wealth, power, knowledge, and achievement. Wealth and power can be so fleeting in life and should never truly and totally define an individual’s greatness. Educational achievement is an attainment and accumulation of knowledge, facts, theories, and career training. Education is good. It can be valuable, but it should only be considered as one of the many tools in the toolbox of life. There have been many great people throughout history who have gone on to achieve and perform great feats in their life with little to no education. Wealth, power, and education can all be used for good and or for evil. The history of man clearly bears this out.
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By Dr. Don C. Kean D.M.D.
War does not determine who is right—only who is left. —Bertrand Russell What is it that truly makes a person great? This has been a question both throughout and for the ages. In modern society, greatness is often measured in terms of wealth, power, knowledge, and achievement. Wealth and power can be so fleeting in life and should never truly and totally define an individual’s greatness. Educational achievement is an attainment and accumulation of knowledge, facts, theories, and career training. Education is good. It can be valuable, but it should only be considered as one of the many tools in the toolbox of life. There have been many great people throughout history who have gone on to achieve and perform great feats in their life with little to no education. Wealth, power, and education can all be used for good and or for evil. The history of man clearly bears this out.
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By Mort Grossman
As a World War rages in Europe, a very different kind of war rages in the Barton household. Given that he comes from a long line of doctors, it is with immense difficulty that Donald Barton finally manages to convince his father to let him study something other than medicine at the University of Michigan. The battle only intensifies when Donald feels compelled to drop out of school to join the American cause against the Germans. After spending several months in training, Donald learns that his outfit will find their orders not in France, as they had expected, but rather in northern Russia and a town called Archangel. There, they will join a battle that the history books have long forgotten—a brief skirmish between the Americans and Russians following the Bolshevik Revolution and just prior to the end of the conflict with Germany. Though the war is drawing down for the rest of the world, Donald finds himself locked in an intense battle for control of a railroad line and a large cache of military supplies. During the crossfire, he falls captive to a Russian platoon, but makes his escape as they transport him through a thick, snowy forest. The resourceful Donald makes his way through a harsh and unfamiliar land without any sense of where he can go to reunite with his fellow soldiers. After a time, he stumbles across a farming village and, faced with the prospect of freezing to death, decides to take the chance of knocking at the door of one of the simple farmhouses. Inside, he finds a humble and welcoming Russian family who feed him and give him safe shelter. In the morning, they introduce him to their beautiful daughter Sofiya. From the way they communicate with their hands, Donald gets the sense that they want to send Sofiya along with him. Reluctantly he agrees—mostly because he feels a strange, unspoken connection to this woman, but also because he gets the sense that she will be in danger should she remain behind. Unaware that the war has already ended, Donald and Sofiya embark upon their remarkable odyssey across frigid and unforgiving Siberia in search of American troops who might help them secure safe passage to America. The journey takes them more than a year. In that time, they teach each other their native tongues, foster their creative interests, find help from many unlikely sources, and fall deeply in love. By the time they reach the Trans-Siberian Railroad and the Americans guarding it, they are ready to be married. After a quick wedding ceremony in Harbin, China, they ship home for Philadelphia. Back home, Donald finds an unexpectedly warm welcome from his father. His mother, grandmother, and sister are overjoyed to see him, for his long absence and inability to send letters forced them to assume he was dead. With the help and connections of Donald’s family, the two young lovers manage to return to school. The only trouble is that Donald does not yet have any idea what he wants to do for a living. Sofiya is a promising young artist, but Donald can’t seem to find a place for himself in life. This restlessness draws the two back to Europe, where they help provide aid to the downtrodden Polish following the war. There, Donald makes a connection with a Jewish tailor named Bergman, a man whose stories send the young wanderer on a path back to his grandmother. From all that he has learned, he discovers that his grandmother is Jewish, a fact that throws his familial identity into question. Intrigued, Donald traces this line of Bergmans to several other previously unknown family members in Philadelphia and Berlin. From Benjamin Bergman in Philadelphia, Donald secures his first real job in a career he never could have envisioned for himself: as a traveling wholesaler of fashionable luggage trunks. Benjamin and his factory construct a high-end, artistic, and well-crafted product that makes Donald’s sales job easier than he would have imagined. This fact coupled with Donald’s ingenuity leads to exponential growth fo
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By H.D. Stopschinski
This is the story of a 14 year old boy during the last month of World War II. It is the story of a flight from the invading Russian Army that started in a small town in the former Free State of Danzig and ended in a small village near Hanover. A flight that began by horse drawn wagon trying to cross the Weichsel river to out-run the Russian steamroller. After ten days on the road filled with refugees from the eastern parts of Germany, a rail road station was reached and the journey continued by train. Stops were made on the way until the Russian army again was in striking distance and a new journey began. In a small village in the Province of Schleswig-Holstein news of the German capitulation was received. One more trip was required to join part of the family. Once they arrived at their final destination a nine month odyssey was over. The family was partially united again.
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By H.D. Stopschinski
This is the story of a 14 year old boy during the last month of World War II. It is the story of a flight from the invading Russian Army that started in a small town in the former Free State of Danzig and ended in a small village near Hanover. A flight that began by horse drawn wagon trying to cross the Weichsel river to out-run the Russian steamroller. After ten days on the road filled with refugees from the eastern parts of Germany, a rail road station was reached and the journey continued by train. Stops were made on the way until the Russian army again was in striking distance and a new journey began. In a small village in the Province of Schleswig-Holstein news of the German capitulation was received. One more trip was required to join part of the family. Once they arrived at their final destination a nine month odyssey was over. The family was partially united again.
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By H.D. Stopschinski
This is the story of a 14 year old boy during the last month of World War II. It is the story of a flight from the invading Russian Army that started in a small town in the former Free State of Danzig and ended in a small village near Hanover. A flight that began by horse drawn wagon trying to cross the Weichsel river to out-run the Russian steamroller. After ten days on the road filled with refugees from the eastern parts of Germany, a rail road station was reached and the journey continued by train. Stops were made on the way until the Russian army again was in striking distance and a new journey began. In a small village in the Province of Schleswig-Holstein news of the German capitulation was received. One more trip was required to join part of the family. Once they arrived at their final destination a nine month odyssey was over. The family was partially united again.
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