As been stated on this site before, my grandfather served in the Second World War. In fact, he was second wave during operation overlord "D-Day". He truly had a lot to fight for, that being he was an Jewish American with many family members in camps and distress. I've only heard stories from his brother; this due to he was killed in a train wreak on my mothers eighth birthday, that is until I stubbled upon this. Thought I would share it with you all as I am quite proud of him and only recently discovered this. Really wish I could have had the pleasure to discuss the war with him as I'm sure their are many untold stories. Thanks for viewing.
If you click on the picture it is much easier to read.
After release from the hospital, he went on to play the sax in a military band in Europe. I will upload more pictures and stories when time permits, thanks again.
By the way, his name is Harry Feldman and was from Harlingen Texas. If anyone has access to any information I would be very grateful to learn anything further.