About This Site

I hope you'll enjoy browsing the entries and pictures on this site. It is a tribute to my parents (utilizing many of my father's own photos) as well as to all members of the WWII generation. Take a peek into the past with me to the days when America's "Greatest Generation" went away to war.
Feel free to leave comments on any of the stories and pictures featured or use the email form at the bottom of the page to contact me.
—L.K. Campbell



The following photos were taken by my father in Italy during the Monte Cassino campaign. The average soldier wouldn't have been allowed to take or keep photos like these, but Daddy was a member of the Signal Corp., so it was part of his job. Somehow, he managed to come home with a bunch of these pictures.

Destroyed railroad tracks.

A group of Italian Partisans (freedom fighters).

Artillery at Monte Cassino.

The destruction of war.

Are they ours?

Photos by Frank Kosak

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