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Remember the Deadeyes

Obituaries

We Honor:

Donald O Dencker   William R Hill
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Our Musette Bag is a feature loaded with all types of interesting information about the WWII Era, general information about the US Army, the famous People of the time, and important events of the time in our history.

This is actually Deadeye Daughter Jan Wharton's baby. As a retired teacher, and a person new to the world of the military, She couldn't resist the chance to teach the world about all things Deadeye. Check this out as it is both educational and fun!

   
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Oral Histories

We have searched the internet world to gather the histories of our Deadeyes and put them all in one place - here at RemembertheDeadeyes.com. These contain links to their audio and video interviews as told by them. There are some incredible stories here. If you know of more to add, please let us know.

   
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You are invited to use our Quick Index Quick search feature to find pages and articles on most of our articles, webpages, tributes on our site and in the mussette bag. These files are set up to be found on a general search engine search.

Also, on any page you can do a "Control F" to find content on each page.

   
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School Presentations This section was designed for TEACHERS. There are two different videos made by William R.(Bill) Hill at a middle school and a high school. These are suitable to show to your students. This Deadeye tells the students in effective ways what it was like being an 18-year-old, just out of high school, going off to the unknowns of war. These come complete with educational handouts. Check it out!

   
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This is so amazing! David Neville, a student of Music Composition wrote "Remember the Deadeyes,"a symphony in honor of the 96th Infantry Army Division. It's in a multimedia presentation. It was inspired by William R Hill, the developer of RemembertheDeadeyes.com! It is well worth the time to watch!

   
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This customized Glossary explains over 300 words and expressions used in the world of the Army, and specifically the 96th Infantry Deadeyes during WWII. Most of these were used in the stories the Deadeyes have witten about their experiences.

   
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Deadeyes Remembered is a piece of art that illustrates five of the aspects of our infantry soldiers, and the war they fought. Prints are available and information is given on that page.

   
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Frequently Asked Questions answers may be found here - this page explains the most basic questions about the 96th Infantry and Who the Deadeyes of WWII were.