The Songs We Sang — Pacific Paratrooper

Originally posted on “To the Warrior his Arms”: Released in 1959 and based on his book The songs we sang, musician Les Cleveland accompanied by his group the D Day Dodgers released this collection of often very irreverent songs that were sung by New Zealand Servicemen during the Second World War. In World War…

via The Songs We Sang — Pacific Paratrooper

Happy Anniversary to both groups below – mentioned in the link above.

Have fun with this post and please remember these anniversaries:

30 January – 75th anniversary of the 6th Ranger Battalion at Cabanatuan, P.I.

AND:

30-31 January – 75th anniversary of the 188th Regiment + elements/ 11th Airborne Division amphibious assault on Nasugbu Beach, P.I. in 1945

 

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2 Responses to The Songs We Sang — Pacific Paratrooper

  1. GP Cox says:

    Isn’t this a fun post? I had to reblog it!!

    Liked by 1 person

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