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Tag Archives: texas small town during wwii
a man of letters (9) – bombs away…and away…and away
Posted on June 27, 2018 by Sheila Morris
February, 1945 brought new targets for the twenty-year-old Richards, Texas homeboy 2nd. Lieutenant Glenn Morris, navigator for a B-17 bomber called The Fortress in the 365th. bomber squadron of the Eighth Air Force stationed in England during WWII. Ludwigshafen, a city on the Rhine opposite Mannheim, on February … Continue reading →
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