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The Sad Part of War

The Sad Part of War

Proud of doing his share in service for our country, Mr. Chow remembers all the comrades that were lost and left behind.

Just Like one of the Guys!

Just Like one of the Guys!

Mr. Chow expresses his personal and positive feelings towards being just one of the guys serving in war and how he never felt discrimination at any time during his service.

Starving Children

Starving Children

Mr. Chow remembers the starving young Dutch children and providing as much as they could for them.

No Training Until we got Overseas

No Training Until we got Overseas

Mr. Chow tells of his training once overseas and the tactics their unit used while scoping out the enemy.

Seasickness for Many

Seasickness for Many

Openly admitting his experience with seasickness, Mr. Chow provides detail of the conditions onboard ship.

Joining the Army

Joining the Army

Mr. Chow speaks about his decision to join the army and how the sense of adventure intrigued him.

Reason for Enlisting and Messages for Today's Generation

Reason for Enlisting and Messages for Today's Generation

Mr. Godden describes his reason for enlisting and what he was fighting for.

The Bombing of Monte Cassino

The Bombing of Monte Cassino

Mr. Godden describes the Allied bombing of the Germans at Monte Cassino where hundreds of Allied bombers atacked the Germans, but could not break their position.

Too Light

Too Light

Mr. Knox describes how he was 15 pounds under weight when he first tried to enlist.

Tonsillitis

Tonsillitis

Mr. Knox tells us about having his tonsils removed without anaesthetic.

Memories of Home

Memories of Home

Mr. Knox recalls an experience near the end of the War.

Fighting Against Their Own Country

Fighting Against Their Own Country

Mr. Knox explains why a lot of the people they took as prisoners were Dutch.

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