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Patty Widenhofer Geibel

GI's, holding plates heaped with food, grin broadly as they pass thru the chow line in the mess hall at Poltava Airbase, a shuttle bombing base in Russia. The Thanksgiving dinner, served by Russian girls, was the first meal prepared in the newly-opened mess hall. November 1944.

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  • Sandra

    My father was in the navy and landed in the first 5 min !

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