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Dennis Steven de Munck
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Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
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Granddad served by Royal Dutch Navy in the Pacific. Adopted some graves of 29th division, 116 infantry, US Army soldiers in Europe (Belgium and the Netherlands)
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Article of Roland A Remick 1LT of the 29th Division 116 infantry , Co "E"

Posted on January 14, 2013 at 1:45pm 0 Comments

I have adopted the grave of Roland A. Remick , 1LT of the 29th Division 116 Infantry Co "E"



State:              NEW HAMPSHIRE (Grafton County)

Date of Birth:  09 May 1915

Born:               Bristol (New Hampshire)

D.O.D.:           15 Octobre 1944 (KIA)

Place of death : Germany *

Burial site:       Henri Chapelle, Belgium , place D-4-16 (Plot-Row-Grave)

Award :            Purple Heart



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Battle of Badung Strait

Posted on August 22, 2012 at 1:42pm 0 Comments

Look below on the link of the battle of Badung Strait, acknownledgement wikipedia.org

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Badung_Strait

 

Why I am sharing this, because mine granddad has fought with the royal Dutch navy against the Japanese. I found for a couple of months ago his order of citation and declaration.

They took part in a night time action against Japanese army units, where the ship…

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Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery , Operation Market Garden

Posted on August 22, 2012 at 1:27pm 3 Comments

Look on the following link for the story of Operation Market Garden and the Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Arnhem-Oosterbeek-war-cemetery/256025581174828?ref=hl#!/pages/Arnhem-Oosterbeek-war-cemetery/256025581174828



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At 3:19pm on July 16, 2012,
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Jackie (Owens) Williams
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Greetings Dennis!  Nice to see you on our site.  Hope you enjoy it is much as I do!  Kindest Regards,  Jackie

At 11:22am on June 24, 2012,
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Scott Lyons
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Hi Dennis -- what is your grandfather's name please?

At 9:25am on June 24, 2012,
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Dennis de Munck
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Hello Scott,

Thanks for do that about mine grandfather. I will try to uploading some photo's.
Best Regards- Dennis de Munck

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Hi Dennis, welcome and thank you for joining us. I will be adding your grandfather to our 'Hall of Heroes Registry' this week. We have a corresponding photo album, of which, I can add any WWII-era photos of your father. In order to do this, by uploading those photos to your 'My Photos' app. on your profile, I can then aggregate those to our "Family Members" photo albums. Just something that we offer if you are interested. Let me know if you have any questions - Scott Lyons 

At 1:27am on May 22, 2012,
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Erwin Leydekkers
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Hi Dennis,

 

Welcome to our website and thank you for joining.

 

Erwin

 
 
 

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