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An American Hero Passes - 8/16/2008 6:54:01 PM   
Son_of_Montfort


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James Hoyt, one of the soldiers who liberated Buchenwald, dies at 83.

Apparently there is a new book called "The Oxford Project" coming out that will feature an interview with Hoyt. Some of the stories he told were horrifying and it is awe-inspiring to note that Hoyt was only 19 when he witnessed these things and did these deeds for his country. When I think of what I was doing when I was 19, I thank Hoyt and others like him for his sacrifices to make me able to live a comfortable and happy life.

To all the veterans out there, thank you, and RIP Mr. Hoyt.

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RE: An American Hero Passes - 8/16/2008 7:48:01 PM   
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Rest in peace, James Hoyt.

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RE: An American Hero Passes - 8/16/2008 9:48:17 PM   
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I completely agree SoM. I certainly think that young people in our country don't realise how lucky they are not to be growing up in a situation where their country is involved in a global conflagration like our grandparents used to. I guess that if they did, then there would be none of the stabbings and shootings, with which they are responsible for, would "decorate" the front pages of our newspapers.

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RE: An American Hero Passes - 8/17/2008 12:16:43 PM   
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R.I.P.

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