posted on Nov, 17 2017 @ 10:38 PM
And, last but not least form me, are these two historic photographs. I own the originals, which are the only one's in existence.
My father was in the U.S. Navy during WWII, and stationed in England for the D-Day invasion of France. After the allies pushed into the country, he
was transferred to Le Havre France (across the English Channel). With the town all bombed out from the invasion bombardment, he was off duty one day
rummaging through the rubble of a former German SS office there. In the rubble he discovered a dead German SS officer. He went though his pockets and
found these two photographs. He brought them home and kept them all these years. I inherited them when my mom passed away a few years ago.
I keep them to preserve their historic value, and the story behind how I acquired them as it is part of my family history now.