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paratrooper en
s Just got outta jump school
s ene ofthe first elements to enter Carentan
gets the rest ofthe paras and loses his MI Carbine
s runs into a building
a crew in the process changing their barrel stares at him.
r: charges and tackles ene guy while the othertimes to take out his Luger.
throws helmet at the second guy' s face and runs off
she' s and taken prisoner by retreating Germans.
machine gun crew recognizes my and semes ever to talk with him.
tthey laugh andmake about what happened and share cigarettes.
three ofthem exchange contact info in case they survive the war and want to catch up.
mm my uncles Franz and Klaus visited us almost every holiday till all three died within 2 weeks l years age.
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Submitted: 01/28/2013
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#2 - saxong (01/28/2013) [+] (1 reply)
It's awesome how no matter what perceived boundaries exist between people the amount of things we might share if those boundaries are removed is limitless.     
   
   
   
   
Sucks more people can't see this.
It's awesome how no matter what perceived boundaries exist between people the amount of things we might share if those boundaries are removed is limitless.




Sucks more people can't see this.
#6 - thunderpony (01/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
MFW about the machine gun crew
#7 to #6 - thunderpony (01/29/2013) [-]
MFW the end
#12 - oxYKellark (01/29/2013) [+] (7 replies)
Thats just crazy. If his helmet didnt hit the guy in the face he probablly woudlnt have lived. WWII was truly the last "great" war.

#51 - sniffythebird (01/29/2013) [+] (3 replies)
#39 - huszti (01/29/2013) [-]
User avatar #9 - popkornking (01/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I don't know why but when old friends die around the same time as eachother it seems sort of heartwarming to me, like they get together and say "alright fellas, it's looking like time to be leaving" and then they all just sort of walk out of life side by side, no years of loneliness.
#57 - mattdoggy (01/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
>have grandfather who went into WW2   
>he lived in the middle of nowhere and they had to come pick him up   
>he could shoot great and was fit from being a farmer so they skipped basic with him   
>they stuck him on a boat three days after they got him with only a uniform    
>told him to learn to do salutes and stuff while on the way   
>He ends up in Africa and learns to drive a jeep in one day, it becomes his only job   
>all he did was drive   
>officers, wounded, supplies, he just drove all day every day   
>once he had to duck when there was a cable across the road, it decapitated the three other people in the jeep   
>he once drove up on a German scouting patrol and got some smokes off of them   
>it almost ended for him when a drunk friend got in a tank and drove over his legs and pinned him against another tank   
>the doctor said they'd have to amputate and he'd die if he didn't   
>he got his friend who'd saved a captain in Pearl Harbor who then became a fleet Admiral to pull strings so he could stay on because he was having so much fun   
>he was walking by the end of the month and didn't even have a limp.   
>A while later, in Germany, after some big battle at Bastogne they had a day off   
>on his day off he was put on a force march from dawn to dusk to see Bob Hope    
>he started them booing and Bob had to leave   
>i don't know anything else about him other than those things and he had to have his lower jaw and the roof of his mouth removed from to much chewing tobacco and smoking   
>either way he still seems cool to me
>have grandfather who went into WW2
>he lived in the middle of nowhere and they had to come pick him up
>he could shoot great and was fit from being a farmer so they skipped basic with him
>they stuck him on a boat three days after they got him with only a uniform
>told him to learn to do salutes and stuff while on the way
>He ends up in Africa and learns to drive a jeep in one day, it becomes his only job
>all he did was drive
>officers, wounded, supplies, he just drove all day every day
>once he had to duck when there was a cable across the road, it decapitated the three other people in the jeep
>he once drove up on a German scouting patrol and got some smokes off of them
>it almost ended for him when a drunk friend got in a tank and drove over his legs and pinned him against another tank
>the doctor said they'd have to amputate and he'd die if he didn't
>he got his friend who'd saved a captain in Pearl Harbor who then became a fleet Admiral to pull strings so he could stay on because he was having so much fun
>he was walking by the end of the month and didn't even have a limp.
>A while later, in Germany, after some big battle at Bastogne they had a day off
>on his day off he was put on a force march from dawn to dusk to see Bob Hope
>he started them booing and Bob had to leave
>i don't know anything else about him other than those things and he had to have his lower jaw and the roof of his mouth removed from to much chewing tobacco and smoking
>either way he still seems cool to me
#5 - istoleorgans (01/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I have a similar story. My grandfathers were in WWII, the one in the army was in the invasion of Sicily. Shortly after, he was separated from his unit. He decided to take a quick break to piss, smoke, eat chocolate, w/e. While he's pissing against a tree three German soldiers sneak up on him. Instead of firing, they tell him to surrender. Well, him being a bad ass (grand) ************ , he flips around, dick still out, and pummels two of them before being captured by the third. To make a long story short, the two Germans he beat the snot out of, end up talking to him. They are so impressed that they end up staying in touch until they died in 94 and 98 respectively. My grandfathers fw they sneaked up on him.
#83 - beerholder ONLINE (01/29/2013) [-]
>gran-granpa fighting the Germans in Romania ww1.
>gets permission to go home
>takes ggrandma into carriage ride to town
>muddy country roads
>meets zee germans
>they've broken the front and advanced to my ggrans town 200km from where the frontline was supposed to be.
>friendly germans ask for horse in exchange for chocolate, cigarettes and a truck half sunk in mud
>hfw he was shooting Germans not a week before
User avatar #42 - grundo (01/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I really wish my grandfather had been in WWII. I'm really interested in it and would actually like to hear his war stories. Unfortunately, my grandfather is fat, lazy, and kind of a dick. My step-grandfather was a paratrooper, but he never actually saw combat. He did once get stuck in a tree outside of a farmhouse though...
I'm sorry if I'm commenting too much. My Vyvanse is kicking in and everything is exciting and I want to share stuff and everything feels good and DSFSDFSDFSD
#56 to #42 - scodran (01/29/2013) [-]
You wish your grandpa would have experienced war?
Real, terrific war? Where the chances were high he would have died?

You must really hate him then...
#36 - frohling (01/29/2013) [+] (4 replies)
so did they die in the....... yolocaust??
#44 to #36 - ndj ONLINE (01/29/2013) [-]
???
???
#38 - doggstar (01/29/2013) [-]
the manly way to make friends
#27 - justadude (01/29/2013) [-]
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User avatar #21 - luidias (01/29/2013) [-]
that was actually the biggest pile of feels I have felt in a while.

good feels, though. dudes became friends while fighting a war against each other and stayed friends for the rest of their lives.
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