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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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Gilliatt, Harold Gordon passed away, Tuesday, February 23, 2021. Son of the late Harold and Zelma (nee Gordon) Gilliatt. Father of Jay Gilliatt (Amber Phillips). Grandfather of Taryn Gilliatt, Tressa Gilliatt, Emily Gilliatt and Nate Gilliatt. Brother of John (Maryjane) Gilliatt and the late Mary Jane (the late Kent) Humbarger. Dear uncle, cousin and friend to all who knew him. He will be greatly missed. Harold grew up and attended school in Washington, Indiana. After graduating...
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