News December 21 1944

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    [21 December 1944]

    On 21 December Operational Instructions No. 35 were issued,
    concerning relief of the Third Battalion by the Second, which was
    resting at Montecatini Terme. The front was quiet, patrolling and
    artillery exchanges again dominating the activity.
     
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    I've traced back my insane past...My father's rage...My own insanity...the dead men of war...his thread follows uncle ALbert's path(MY middle name and my #2 son's)...But Uncle JOe lived...and he was super maniac...super racist..

    I didn't kill anyone..Thank Buddha...But i saw saw many lives taken...Like Rassoo's big brother Al terek(RIP TEREK Mah LOve),,Heaaaadd shot from 5 ft away, I wuz 12........I still see that shit eveery nighrt.....My older brother and his friends kicking that black guy to death....I begged them to stop...just stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fuck the world

    Anyway...I've been researching Uncle Albert...bad ass as my dad was...when we finally found the slightest info...he cried...then I knew he was human :)
     
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    [21 December 1944]

    On 21 December Operational Instructions No. 35 were issued,
    concerning relief of the Third Battalion by the Second, which was
    resting at Montecatini Terme. The front was quiet, patrolling and
    artillery exchanges again dominating the activity.

    [22 December 1944]

    During the morning of 22 December, Division cancelled the proposed
    relief of the Third Battalion by the Second, which was to have taken
    place on the night of 23-24 December. The Third Battalion was ordered
    to stay in place; the Second to stay in Montecatini Terme until the
    morning of 25 December, when it was to displace forward. Later in the
    day the time of departure was set ahead to the morning of 26 December.

    In response to a call from Divisional G-3, our request for signals
    to be listed on the proposed color scheme of signals during the coming
    operation were sent to Division. The requests were as follows: 1.
    Objective taken. 2. Mark forward positions. 3. Counter-attack. 4.
    Enemy armor attack. 5. Smoke signal for marking targets for air
    support.

    YANK Magazine of this date contained a four page feature article,
    with photographs and drawings, about our First Battalion. Written by
    Master Sergeant Joe McCarthy, YANK staff correspondent, and entitled
    "Iron-Man Battalion", the story recounted some of the achievements of
    the unit and its members, pointing out that "The 1st Battalion of the
    133rd Infantry was the first U. S. line outfit to land in Europe and
    it's still battling the Germans."

    [ The text of that article is online at
    http://www.milhist.net/deep/ironman.shtml ]

    Five officers motored to the Hotel Excelsior in Florence for a few
    days' respite from combat duty.
     
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    Anyway..my dad was the biggest douchebag hard guy you could imagine.....I'm actually OK with that...I fear no one...I have issues, no doubt...But who doesn't...And I can fight...Thanks dad...you asshole

    I'm gonna post my Uncle Albert's daily unit data till the day he died...in April 4/20 LOLz 1945

    Chubby Al was a good guy...so I'm told

    Whattafuckingshame
     
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    My uncle Enzo was killed during a kamikaze attack on the USS Bunker Hill aircraft carrier toward the end of the war. I was told he was the nicest and most liked guy in my family.
     
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    We're so sorry Uncle Albert
    We're so sorry if we caused you any pain
    We're so sorry Uncle Albert
    But there's no one left at home
    And I believe I'm gonna rain
     
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    The only thing I have to say is:
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