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Atlanta WWII Roundtable

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The Atlanta WWII Roundtable is an Atlanta, GA-based organization that was formed in order to preserve the stories of WWII and promote a sense of appreciation for the sacrifices of WWII veterans. Meeting monthly, members can share personal experiences with one another over lunch, and hear speakers from outside of the group share their wartime memories or talk on subjects surrounding WWII. Begun in 1986, the group boasts nearly 300 members, which includes veterans of all wars and other interested parties. Witness to War has partnered with the WWII Roundtable for many years, sharing in fellowship and preserving the oral histories of many of the group’s current and former members. The organization is continuously adding new members, and can be contacted via their website for additional information.

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  • Those Were the Days: True Experiences of a WWII USAAF B-17 Pilot


    Clyde Bramlett  |  Full Memoirs

    Clyde Bramlett talks about his time in the 8th Air Force during WWII; through training, combat, and his return home. He describes the missions flown over Europe, obstacles they faced, and the emotions that come with being a young man during war.

  • "Our Visit to Poland"


    Clyde Bramlett  |  Personal Accounts

    Story about Clyde Bramlett's visit to Poland for the commemoration of allied veteran airmen who dropped supplies into Poland during WWII (B-17 bomber pilot, 8th USAAF).

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