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WWII Memorial Site: Notable Deaths & Obituaries

World War II – the largest and deadliest military conflict in the history of humankind – was a watershed event, one that defined the 20th century and profoundly affected an entire generation. This site is dedicated to the Allies and those they sought to protect – the troops who bravely served their countries, Holocaust victims who endured and survived against all odds, and all the men and women who helped to ensure the legacy of “The Greatest Generation.”

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Remembering the lives and legacies of WWII veterans

Boatman, Alec Carson Pearl Harbor Attack Survivor Dies at 91 December 13, 2014, Alec Carson Boatman, Pearl Harbor attack survivor, U.S. Navy veteran, retired American Airlines executive, father, grandfather and great grandfather, died today in Mission Viejo, CA. Boatman served on the U.S.S. Tennessee in Pearl Harbor. His ship took three bomb hits during the attack, but he was uninjured. During WWII he served on several other ships and participated in the invasion of Saipan. He...
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Theodore Anderson Obituary (Spartanburg)


About This Site: WWII Memorials

The WWII Memorial Site includes obituaries and Guest Books from the network of newspaper and funeral home affiliates.