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These are the true stories hidden within the recorded facts. A site filled with extraordinary truths by extraordinary people with words that history has not recorded. They hold the secrets and the blank holes that need to be filled in.  A visual scrapbook of memories on life "now and then."  Real stories by real  people, without the glitz and special effects of Hollywood.  We bring to you  personal "traces". Biography’s, stories and pictures of a time that America  must remember. The years of World War II. A "hint" of what has been hidden  behind the facts.    Come, listen to them speak:




Those Who Served


Keystone Kommandos

WWII Memorial

Hitler's Sub

Wally Goes to War

Return to Midway

McAlister Media Center

War Propaganda

Remember D-Day

U.S. Symbols

American Valor

Freedom Rock

Little Friends

WWII Veterans Site

Peggy Noonan "Opinion's

8th AFC in WWII

Mighty8th Org

30 Seconds Over Tokyo


The Planes

The Squads

The Crews

Museum Links

Current News

American Spirit

To The Forties

Research & Reenacting

The Spy Museum

Abandoned Air fields

Kimbolton - Roll of Honour

Home of Heroes

Dangerous Dan 

Fly Girls

Eyewitness to History

Museum Memorial Parks

453rd Bomb Site

Doolittle Raiders
Hell from Heaven

Research Help

Request Military Records

Getting Records

"My Dads War" Site

Hollywood at War

Hollywood Canteen

Hollywood During the War

Flip Side of Hollywood

White House Web Page

Dive the World 

"Fallen Comrads" 
Mortuary Affairs

WWII Paperless Files

Cents and Sacrifice

War Letters (PBS)

American Memorial UK

The Good War & Those 
who Fought it

They Drew Fire

PBS ~ The Good War

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About this Site


379th Web Page


2 /Lt., Edward T. Mueller
Pilot  - Crew 118
  379th, 524th sq.

MIA as of
December 22, 1943

Along with his crew,
Crew 118
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Eyewitness Account
of the Crews Fall into
the North Sea