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Edwin Myers - World War II

Edwin George Myers served with the Navy in the Pacific Theater during World War II. He was commissioned as an Ensign, and served on a Landing Ship Tank, where he was responsible for decoding messages and astrological navigation. Although Myers’s ship had practiced for the invasion of Japan, the war ended when President Truman used the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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GIs land in Normandy on D-Day.

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Normandy, France

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June 6, 1944

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GIs helping another GI ashore in Normandy on D-Day.

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Normandy, France

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June 6, 1944

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Unknown GI memorial in Normandy on D-Day.

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Normandy, France

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June 6, 1944

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Unknown GI remembers his buddies.

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Landing Ship Tank (LST) 635.

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Group photograph. George Myers is fifth from the right in the back row.

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