I am a WW II buff and this page is a tribute to my dad, Raymond L. Rhoades, and the men who served with him in Germany during World War II. Daddy went home to be with the Lord December of 2012 at the age of 90. CLICK HERE to read Jeanie’s tribute to my dad. CLICK HERE to read my tribute to my dad.
This, my dad called the “Line Company”
Don’t know why they posed this way back then. My dad is on the left.
This guy’s name was simply “Paul”. My dad never told me his last name.
This was my Uncle Merl’s Cannon Company. My Uncle landed at Normandy on D-Day.
My dad always called this a “P and A Truck”.
My dad on guard duty, horsing around with another G.I.
Buildings in Karstadt, Germany circa 1945
This was on the back of the troop ship when my dad came home when the war was over.
And the second half of the troop ship photo.
This is my dad in his bunk in Germany writing a letter to my mom.
Some bombed out buildings in Germany 1945.
Everett Allison, (on right) Jeanie’s Grandpa. WWII
Grandpa Allison as a navy baker. WWII
Grandpa Allison Navy. WWII