Tag Archive: Lives Lived

Oldest U.S. Survivor Of WWII Bataan Death March Takes His Leave

Buffalo Bill Cody, circa 1875

Rest In Peace Old Warrior Unknown American Hero   Albert Brown, the oldest survivor of the horrors of the World War II Bataan Death March and a Japanese war POW camp in 1942 in the Philippines passes on Sunday, August 14, 2011. “Doc” Brown was 105 and lived in Pinckneyville, Ill. Within hours of the …

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This Day In U.S. History – July 17

James Butler Hickok - May 27, 1837 - August 2, 1876 (aged 39) - Occupation: Lawman, gunfighter, gambler

July 17, 1776 – American Revolution Congress learns to use war of words to convince Britain to recognize the Nation’s legitimacy – General Washington will not excuse General Howe’s absence of respect The Continental Congress learns of General George Washington’s refusal to accept a dispatch from British General William Howe and his brother, Admiral Richard …

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Good News: Pakistan’s ‘Mother Teresa’ saving flood victims


An inspiring story of a German nun who as a young girl escaped the horrors of WWII in East Germany, has served the helpless and forgotten in Pakistan for 50 years. “A tiny, frail lady – her silver grey hair tucked under a white head scarf with a red floral trim – stands defiantly at …

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