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Big fan and admirer.

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Thank you for your efforts.

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I will make sure that my grandkids know who audie murphy was he was a great american and a good actor i just wish as a kid i would have learned about him

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This website is so very important, especially as a teaching tool to continue validating Audie Murphy's legacy and contributions to our American Freedom and values.

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i was ten jears old on 17 sept 1944 the day wenn we were liberated by the americans (Old Hycory) i beleve.
Jeares later i saw the film To Hell and Back.

Now i ame looking for a DVD. But all my attapms failed.
Can you help me.


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I'm 39 years old and have loved and admired Mr Murphy since I was 10 years of age. I have 2 sons that know him and will pass continue to share the legacy.

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I have never heard of this fellow before and am well-read on WW2 data; particularly Europe.

My father served in the Army/Pacific and his brother (my uncle) served in the Army Engineers (42nd??) in Europe building bridges, etc.

I am looking forward to reading more about Audie M.; I only searched him out because I heard him mentioned on the radio program from Mike MacIntosh, Chapter & Verse, San Diego, CA this week.

Yes, we need to know more heroes like him!

MK


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He was a Hero like no other before os since. He should be honored by all and in anyway his country can.

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After learning about Shifty from easy company 101st passing on, I thought about Audie and this site.

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I was born in 1945 and as a teenager I remember a large poster of Audie (in uniform) in a store on mainstreet of my home town of St.Pauls, NC. Each time I passed by I would stop and stare at his picture. To me he was the handsomest man I had ever seen and I had a huge crush on him. Sorry his life was so short.

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