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Equal Sharing Of Miseries

" I Was Born There " ®

1929 My Father while prisoner
in Kabarovsk, Siberia ..
His brother Pavel and cousin Michislav
forged three passports,
came to Siberia via TransSiberian Train
(the only way or walk),
to also become prisoners,
springing him..
My Father came home.
It was now 1930
and I was 6 months old.

" I Was Born There " ®

My Life Story is the Only One Like It that SURVIVED along with its AUTHOR .
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.. and got paid from Germany via Geneva, Switzerland
for my Nazi Forced Labor in 1941

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Jury Note:
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in Paymaster accounts
could be released as early as
Sat. 15 Aug, Mon. 17 Aug,
or before the Iraqi delegation
met with Trump next Thurs. 20 Aug,
though well before
US Attorney John Durham's report
on Obama Administration
criminal indictments
that was expected between now
and the first week of Sept.
( Fri. 14 Aug. found former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith
pleading guilty
to making a false statement
in the first criminal case arising
from U.S. Attorney John Durham's
review of the investigation into links
between Russia
and the 2016 Trump campaign )

Invasion Of Normandy Beach, France
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Presidents Day 2020 as Audio Track

This is 2020 02 24 ..
Normandy Invasion 1944
I was 14 years old in German Army
as a Nazi Forced Labor
with my Mama Nina
Hitler saved me from Josef Stalin 1941
by invading Russia .
U.S. Forces saved me from Hitler .
These U.S. forces.
The Red Ball Express saved us.
We surrendered to them on April 1944
in Tittling I. Dreiburgenland,
Bavaria, Germany .
i was fourteen years old.
These are the troops that saved us .
Red Ball Express was a Supply Convoy
for the front line troopers
needing 8000 gallons of gasoline a day
to support the front lines .

My Sincerest Gratitude
to these heroes of my forever god,
country, honor, semper fi, free,
with the skies wide open up above
from sea to shining sea.
I am free because of the brave .

April 1945, Tittling i Dreiburgenland,
On this square, we surrendered I was fourteen years old
and for the first time I became a free man.

1952 I returned home to my sister Anne
7 years later as a U.S. Soldier.
I was 22 years old.

Korea Bound

Korea Bound: This waving beautiful girl reminds me of Julie Williams.
I am sure that every one of those troopers
felt the same way about leaving their sweethearts behind.
( Tad is on the boat
and shown at the end of the blue line )

This was our Blood Line.

The Blood line from U.S. to Tokyo, Okinawa, and Seoul Korea.

Flag Raising At Iwo Jima
Mosselini with Hitler

Written Here by Tad Galin, the author, and Dale Neumann, my dear friend and web designer:
Italian Dictator, Musselini pictured to the left of Hitler, 1944,
as we were Nazi Forced Labor, my Mama Nina and I, retreating to Germany .. Russian Troops were on our heels .
Musselini then surrenders to the Russians making it very difficult for us not to be captured by Russian troops .
Because of God, with our remaining 4 trucks loaded onto a train, we escaped from Russian troops to Germany,
where we surrendered to U.S. Forces in Tittling I. Dreiburgenland, Bavaria, Germany,
on April of 1945 .. meanwhile war officially ended May 8, 1945 .

The Italian people never forgave Musselini for joining Hitler . Now Musselini is on the run .
Underground partizans ( Italian Freedom Fighters ) caught Musselini in a truck . He was covered up .
They dragged him out and hung him on a city square by his heels for everyone to see .
The Italian People exclaimed "From dust to dust, El Duce ( Musselini ) is gone" .
He was buried in his own family mausoleum .

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Subject: T a p s
Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2013
02:26:32 -0400
From: Lee Stevens, To Tad Galin

I never knew... DID YOU?

If any of you have ever been
to a military funeral
in which taps was played;
this brings out a new meaning of it.

Here is something
Every American should know.
We in the United States
have all heard the haunting song,

It's the song that gives us
the lump in our throats
and usually tears in our eyes.
But, do you know the story
behind the song?

If not, I think you will
be interested to find out
about its humble beginnings.

Reportedly, it all began in 1862
during the Civil War,
When Union Army Captain
Robert Elli was with his men
near Harrison's Landing
in Virginia. The Confederate Army
was on the other side
of the narrow strip of land.

During the night,
Captain Elli heard the moans
of a soldier who lay
severely wounded on the field.

Not knowing
if it was a Union or
Confederate soldier,
the Captain decided
to risk his life
and bring the stricken man
back for medical attention.
Crawling on his stomach
through the gunfire,
the Captain reached
the stricken soldier
and began pulling him
toward his encampment..

When the Captain finally
reached his own lines,
he discovered it was actually
a Confederate soldier,
but the soldier was dead.
The Captain lit a lantern
and suddenly caught his breath
and went numb with shock.
In the dim light,
he saw the face of the soldier.
It was his own son.
The boy had been studying music
in the South
when the war broke out...
Without telling his father,
the boy enlisted
in the Confederate Army.

The following morning,
the father asked permission
of his superiors to give his son
a full military burial,
despite his enemy status.

His request
was only partially granted.

The Captain had asked
if he could have a group
of Army band members
play a funeral dirge for his son
at the funeral.

The request was turned down
since the soldier
was a Confederate.

But, out of respect for the father,
they did say they could give him
only one musician.

The Captain chose a bugler.
He asked the bugler to play
a series of musical notes
he had found on a piece of paper
in the pocket
of the dead youth's uniform.

This wish was granted.

The haunting melody,
we now know as "Taps"
used at military funerals
was born.

The words are:

Day is done.
Gone the sun.
From the lakes
From the hills.
From the sky.
All is well.
Safely rest.
God is nigh.

Fading light.
Dims the sight.
And a star.
Gems the sky.
Gleaming bright.
From afar.
Drawing nigh.
Falls the night.

Thanks and praise.
For our days.
Neath the sun
Neath the stars.
Neath the sky
As we go.
This we know.
God is nigh

I too have felt the chills
while listening to "Taps"
but I have never
seen all the words
to the song until now.

I didn't even know
there was more than one verse.
I also never knew the story
behind the song
and I didn't know
if you had either
so I thought I'd pass it along.

I now have an even deeper respect
for the song than I did before.
Remember Those Lost and Harmed
While Serving Their Country.
Also Remember Those
Who Have Served And Returned;
and for those presently serving
in the Armed Forces.

Please send this on
after a short prayer.

Live each day
like it's your last,
"cause one day
you gonna be right."
- Ray Charles

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Thank You Letter
from Former President George Bush

“ I can't begin to imagine the hell you as a 12-year-old kid went through. A fascinating read this is! ”

— Former President George H. W. Bush

“ You have a fascinating story of the 20th century's most bloody years, and told from being right in the middle. ”

— Wayne Green, Ph. D., Founder of Mensa

“ You are telling a story that must be told ”

— General John M. Shalikashvili,
former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Of Staff, Department of Defense

“ I found your experience most unusual and moving. It would make a great novel ”

— General Charles A. Horner, USAF,
Commander of the Air Forces during the Desert Storm Operation. Retired

“ Dear Tad, Your fascinating life story arrived in the mail and kept me reading it breathless. Your father’s escape from Siberia, your conscription by the Germans, the retreat to Bavaria after their army collapsed and your amazing integration in the American society, fulfilling convincingly the legend of the so-called American Dream. It constitutes as others already stated too, the ingredients for an epic novel.

Tad, I thank you and greet you warmly! ”

— Cornelis Suijk,
President Contemporary Holocaust Education Foundation, New York,
November 8, 2007

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On September 2, 1945
General Douglas MacArthur,
accepted the surrender of Japan aboard the U.S.S. Missouri in Tokyo Bay, ending World War II.

A Father's Prayer

Build me a son, O Lord, who will be strong enough to know when he is weak, and brave enough to face himself when he is afraid; one who will be proud and unbending in honest defeat, and humble and gentle in victory. Build me a son whose wishbone will not be where his backbone should be; a son who will know Thee-and that to know himself is the foundation stone of knowledge. Lead him, I pray, not in the path of ease and comfort, but under the stress and spur of difficulties and challenge. Here let him learn to stand up in the storm; here let him learn compassion for those who fail. Build me a son whose heart will be clear, whose goal will be high; a son who will master himself before he seeks to master other men; one who will learn to laugh, yet never forget how to weep; one who will reach into the future, yet never forget the past. And after all these things are his, add, I pray, enough of a sense of humor, so that he may always be serious, yet never take himself too seriously. Give him humility, so that he may always remember the simplicity of true greatness, the open mind of true wisdom, the meekness of true strength. Then, I, his father, will dare to whisper, "I have not lived in vain.

-- General Douglas MacArthur

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