Today I read the sad news that Bob Slaughter died. I have met Bob in 2005 in Bedford at the D-Day Memorial.

 

http://www.roanoke.com/news/breaking/wb/309466

Views: 29

Tags: 29, Bedford, Bob, D-day, France, Normandy, Omaha, Slaughter, beach

Comment

You need to be a member of World War II History Network to add comments!

Join World War II History Network


WWII Descendant
Comment by Dennis de Munck on January 14, 2013 at 1:21pm

Erwin is that Don McKee signing something? He looks familiar!.


WWII Descendant
Comment by Dennis de Munck on January 14, 2013 at 1:20pm

Respect!, god bless him all. I have spoken to him many years ago. After adopting a grave of a soldier of the 29th division 116 infantry.
 


WWII Descendant
Comment by JOHN GUZLOWSKI on September 18, 2012 at 11:07am

Thank you for telling us about this.


Staff
Comment by Erwin Leydekkers on May 29, 2012 at 3:30pm

Yes, he was a great man, I am glad I have met him.


Staff
Comment by Scott Lyons on May 29, 2012 at 3:28pm

Very sorry to hear about this Erwin.

announcements

Member Benefits »  Welcome message »

1st Annual Fall Book Review Contest

Members are now eligible for a 40% discount on all books ordered from Quarto Publishing Group USA. For details including the promo code, please click here ».

Latest Activity


WWII Descendant
Jackie (Owens) Williams left a comment for Peter Ferenc
"Greetings!  Welcome to our site!"
2 hours ago
Profile IconThere are 667 members on World War II History Network
6 hours ago

WWII Descendant
Peter Ferenc is now a member of World War II History Network
6 hours ago

WWII Descendant
Jackie (Owens) Williams left a comment for Brenda Zavattero
"Welcome Brenda!  Glad you found us!  Jackie"
6 hours ago

WWII Descendant
Andy replied to Scott Lyons's discussion Book Giveaway: Lest We Forget: Lessons from Survivors of the Holocaust in the group Holocaust Remembrance
"I'd very much like a copy! Thank you! Andy"
16 hours ago
Profile IconPaul Early and larry brusseau joined Scott Lyons's group
yesterday

WWII Descendant
Paul Early replied to Scott Lyons's discussion Book Giveaway: Lest We Forget: Lessons from Survivors of the Holocaust in the group Holocaust Remembrance
"I'd like a copy please. Regards, Paul Early"
yesterday
Martha Trowbridge joined Scott Lyons's group
yesterday
Martha Trowbridge joined Tom Shepherd's group
Thumbnail

The Attack on Pearl Harbor

The 7 December 1941 Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor pulled an isolationist America into the Second World War.See More
yesterday
Martha Trowbridge joined Scott Lyons's group
yesterday
Martha Trowbridge joined Scott Lyons's group
Thumbnail

Victory at Sea: Navy, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine

To honor the WWII era Merchant Marine, US Navy & Coast Guard.See More
yesterday
Martha Trowbridge joined Scott Lyons's group
Thumbnail

Writing the History of World War II

Whether fiction or non-fiction, the historiography of the Second World War is one of the most popular writing genres. This new forum is open to all members, and everyone who likes to research, write or blog about our WWII history.See More
yesterday
Martha Trowbridge joined Scott Lyons's group
Thumbnail

We're talking about Zenith Press Books

This new group is the dedicated forum for Zenith Press Publishing. Learn about the latest books and authors news here. SALES UPDATES POSTED HERE!Thank you for joining us. Please be patient as we add content and get set up!See More
yesterday
Martha Trowbridge joined Scott Lyons's group
yesterday

WWII Descendant
Debbie J. Callahan replied to Scott Lyons's discussion Book Giveaway: Lest We Forget: Lessons from Survivors of the Holocaust in the group Holocaust Remembrance
"Thank you, Scott. I am so glad that you like it, and I'm excited about sharing it with the members tonight."
yesterday

Staff
Scott Lyons replied to Scott Lyons's discussion Book Giveaway: Lest We Forget: Lessons from Survivors of the Holocaust in the group Holocaust Remembrance
"I already have my copy. I love this book."
yesterday

© 2014   Created by Scott Lyons.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service