Netherlands – The Citadel Memorial Europe

CRESWELL GARLINGTON, JR., Class of 1944

Born February 1, 1922 to Lt. Col. Creswell and Alexandrine Finch Garlington in Paris,

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WILLIAM MILLING ROYALL, ’42

Born May 20, 1921 to Sam J. and Elizabeth Wilcox Royall in Darlington, South

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FREDERICK DAVENPORT MELTON, Class of 1945

Born 15 August 1924, in Americus, Georgia, to Oliver Quimby and Mary Davenport Melton,

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WILLIAM ALVIN HENSON, II, Class of 1944

Born June 8, 1923 to William A. and Gertrude L. Henson in Atlanta, Georgia,

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Florentine To Unveil Citadel War Memorial

Florence Morning News, Florence, S.C., Thursday, December 1, 1949, p. 16 Mrs. Royall Selected

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Joseph Altomari, Class of 1945

Born in 1923 to Maria and Pasquala Altomari, Joseph grew up at 60-12 68th

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Thomas Edwin Campbell, Jr., Class of 1946

Born on May 12, 1924, in Florence, Alabama, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas “Ed” Continue Reading →

Mysterieuze verbintenis maakt een Nederlandse Citadel-Cadet trots tijdens de Amerikaanse Veteransday en ver daarna

The Citadel Newsroom, November 11, 2016. Read the English version: Uncanny connection brings pride

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The class where 34 seats remained empty.

Originally written and published in the regional Dutch newspaper, Dagblad de Continue Reading →

Experience of POW Lt. Richard H. Kellahan

By Richard H. Kellahan, Class of 1944 Posted here with the permission of the Kellahan

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Dodenherdenking

Dutch Remembrance Day… Since the end of WWII, every May 4th at 8 p.m. the

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More than a name in marble

Originally written and published in Dutch in the Limburg’s local newspaper on March Continue Reading →

Meer dan een naam in marmer

Originally written and published in Dutch in the local Limburg’s newspaper on March 26,

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Aankondiging van het zeventigjarig jubileum van “De klas die nooit bestond”

Een herinnering vanwege Memorial Day en de zeventigste herdenking van D-Day: zeldzame filmbeelden uit

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They are my men, and I will bring them back!

The first step I took when I began researching the Citadel War Dead interred

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Aankondiging van het zeventigjarig jubileum van “De klas die nooit bestond”

Een herinnering vanwege Memorial Day en de zeventigste herdenking van D-Day: zeldzame filmbeelden uit

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POWs reunite after almost 70 years

This news article was originally published by the Opelika Observer on Thursday, 28 November, 2013.

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He Served: Henry Garlington, ’45

Published in August, 2012, this article originally appeared in “The Skinnie“, Continue Reading →

I loved it because of you

By Clemson Turregano, ’83 MARGRATEN, Holland. Citadel friends and Army friends, I have to

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Citadel Men, Margraten Boys and a Debt of Honor

by Steven V. Smith, ’84 – Chair, CAA History Committee This article originally appeared

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A beautiful sad place…

By Maurice Heemels On Sunday May 26, 2013, the soldiers resting in the American

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Memories of Memorial Day at Margraten

This past Memorial Day was the most impressive I have experienced. Not because of

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One Year of The Citadel Memorial Europe

WE REMEMBER… One year ago, I published I wear the ring and publicly announced the Continue Reading →

Memorial Day Weekend 2012 in Belgium and The Netherlands – Part II

Back to Part I – Henri-Chapelle __________ “Oos Heim” Margraten Having made the trip

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Memorial Day Weekend 2012 in Belgium and The Netherlands – Part I

Finally, after many years of wanting to get to Margraten for Memorial Weekend, I

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Citadel Men and Margraten Boys

Among the 8,301 American G.I.s interred in the Netherlands American Cemetery at Margraten there

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1LT Edwin “Benny” Newman ’39

“Everyone gets a nickname.” That was the first, and seemingly, most important Continue Reading →

And so a journey begins…

I graduated from The Citadel May 13th, 1989, and, that same day, received a

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