1944: Worthington Soldier Declares Respect for Nazi Robombs

Lieutenant W.W. Brammer joined the American forces in Normandy after seeing off paratroopers on D-Day, in 1944.

Brammer longed for steak and dodging into foxholes was the main effect of the Nazi "robombs."

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