Magazine April 2, 2012, Issue

Letters

A War in Photos

Reading John Derbyshire’s story “O Valiant Hearts” (March 5) on the significance of his father’s picture with Private David Seaton, I was reminded of a picture from 1944 that I didn’t see until just a few years ago. It shows some American soldiers of the 29th Infantry Division at Lizard Point, England, shortly before the D-Day invasion. One of the men in the picture is my uncle, Sergeant Adam Starzyk, who was killed in action a few weeks later in France.

I was unaware of the picture until doing a Web search for U.S. Army units that participated

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