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Vietnam War??????????

Donald Trump Voters, take a good look!

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World War

One

http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=prison+camps+from+world+war+one&qpvt=Prison+camps+from+World+War+One&qpvt=Prison+camps+from+World+War+One&qpvt=Prison+camps+from+World+War+One&FORM=IGRE

Two

http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=prison%20camps%20from%20world%20war%20two&qs=ds&form=QBIR

and

Korean War

http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=prison%20camps%20from%20Koran%20war&qs=ds&form=QBIR

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Missing in Action (MIA’s)!

A MIA report to Trump from WW-One to Vietnam

everyday for a few weeks

we have only seem a few reports

on the Vietnam war!

http://www.miafacts.org/how_many_missing.htm

A World War II 70th anniversary web article

Written by: Carol Schultz Vento on May 28, 2012

In 2012, the remains of over 73,000 American military personnel declared missing in action in World War II still have not been recovered.

Missing for over six and a half decades, they have now been mostly forgotten.

At the end of World War II, there had been a global focus on finding the more than 79,000 unaccounted war dead.

The American Graves Registration Service had the task of disintering temporary military cemeteries, finding isolated graves in foreign lands, and searching for downed airplanes.

Once a soldier had been recovered and identified, a proper burial occurred, in accordance with family wishes.

In a six-year period, from 1945 to 1951, more than 280,000 war dead were identified and brought home to be reinterred.

This formal identification program, which was known as

The Return of the World War II Dead Program,”

ended in 1951.

WW-1 Casualty and Death Table

One way to understand the violence and slaughter that occurred in the Great War is to examine the number of casualties and deaths.

Exact figures are still in dispute, because of different definitions used each category,

the questionable accuracy of the recording system used and the loss or destruction of a number of official documents.

The data in the tables below reflect numbers from several sources and are consistent with most experts’ current estimates.

http://www.pbs.org/greatwar/resources/casdeath_pop.html

Korean War Action

http://koreanwarpowmia.net/

Detailed information on missing Korean War Servicemen!

There but for the Grace of God go “I”!

Semper Fi, Hooah!

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