A dwindling generation: WWII veteran aims to preserve the lessons of war’s horrors

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A DWINDLING GENERATION: WWII veteran aims to preserve the lessons of war’s horrors. By Dorany Pineda Los Angeles Times He was a skinny teenager who weighed 112 pounds when he landed in Normandy, France on D-Day, June 6, 1944.

Seventy-five years after D-Day — code-named Operation Overlord — George Ciampa and seven veterans will return to Normandy in June to commemorate the invasion. WWII Veteran Aims to Preserve the.

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A dwindling generation: World War II veteran aims to preserve the lessons of war’s horrors By Dorany Pineda Los Angeles Times (TNS) May 27, 2019 He was a skinny teenager who weighed 112 pounds when he landed in Normandy, France on D-Day, June 6, 1944.

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A dwindling generation: WWII veteran aims to preserve the lessons of war’s horrors Of the 16 million Americans who fought in WWII, less than half a million are alive today. Every day, about 348 die.

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Veterans A dwindling generation: WWII veteran aims to preserve the lessons of war’s horrors. He was a skinny teenager who weighed 112 pounds when he landed in Normandy, France, on D-Day, June 6, 1944.