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But those who died in Normandy, like Carter, never got the chance to grow old, to swap stories with other veterans at reunions, to sit down with me forty or fifty years later by a comfortable fire and talk of D-Day and St. Lô. When I read Carter's letters, I could not help but think that if the German who killed him had flown just a few inches off line, I would be talking to him on the phone rather than to his son. Instead, more than fifty years after Carter's death, I had the heartbreaking but highly complimentary honor of walking the little country lane in the Bois de Bretel with Walter and his family, tracing the last hours of his father's life.
Streams, colored everything from canary yellow to sienna brown and olive green, continued to flush into the command group, decorating every man aboard. We cursed, we cried, and we laughed, but it kept coming. " It took about an hour to load the first-wave boats and lower them into the sea. This was the moment when the 29ers most needed their seasickness pills; for in the rough seas off Normandy, the little assault boats bobbed up and down on the waves like bathtub toys. The LCVPs were only thirty-six feet long and eleven feet across, so there wasn't room enough for everyone to sit down.
Lô: "It Didn't Smell Right from the First," June 1013, 1944 175 9 Stagnation: "Altogether It Was Hell," June 14July 10, 1944 206 10 Triumph: The Major of St. S. and German Tables of Organization and Equipment 279 References 289 Bibliography 295 Acknowledgments 299 Index 302 Page vi List of Illustrations American troops in England embarking for the invasion of Europe, May 1944 3 Troops from the 110th Field Artillery during pre-war annual training 17 29th Infantry Division patch 26 116th Infantry on parade at Fort Meade, March 1942 29 Maj.
Beyond the Beachhead: The 29th Division in Normandy by Joseph Balkoski