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This is how I felt on a number of occasions. Too many ununswered questions, clashing official histories, not to mention so-called revisionisms. Just one example of how I actually discovered this forum via ww2awards.
Last year I was invited to join the committee of Portsmouth and District Physical Society. One committtee member is W.P.A. Ditmar HTS MSc PhD. So, is our Walter Ditmar the decorated hero? Vliegerkruis (VK) and two more decorations. I also met one local veteran, D-Day participant who ended up in Auswitch. Etc., etc.


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Galina-A-Anikeeva

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I have spoken to Walter Ditmar 15 May during PDPS meeting and received an e-mail from him a couple of days ago. He was surprised about his DOPPELGANGER and wants to track him down. I hope he does not have difficulty registering on this forum, as I did on my first attempt, and that we shall hear from him before he goes on holiday 2 June.


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VK recipient W.K.A. Ditmar was Willem Pieter Adriaan Ditmar, a Dutch FLying Boat Commander (Cornier Do-24 - X-11 and Cataline - Y-63) during and after the war. He passed away on November 12th, 1984. His data on WW2Awards onfortunatelly have not been updated yet. Hope to do so soon.

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Galina-A-Anikeeva

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Another find of 'mystery wpa ditmar' by Dr WPA Ditmar - WPA Ditmar, Chef Staf Marine Nieuw-Guinea:
www.europeana.eu/portal/record/09003/A6 ... 31817.html


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Mr. P. Griffiths - local ww2 veteran, whom I mentioned in my first post above, wrote his name and address for me, which I posted on my website (post nr 236 of 9 Dec. 2009) as I hoped more people would contact him and hear his story. I don't know if he still lives there. There was a WW2 Nostalgia Day advertised in Stubbington, which he told me, he would not attend, after a traumatic experience of a recent Memorial Day ceremony, when a group of young motorcyclists suddenly revved (sp?) their engines during the minute of silence (!). He said it was particularly painful, because the boys were local, and police, who were there, did nothing.
Mr. P. Griffiths said he landed in Auzwitch (sp.?) on D-Day, after the British Commanders handed them (his unit) over to the Germans, without any ado or fighting. He took part in the Death March, and showed me newspaper publications about the experience, as narrated by a jewish soldier, who was with him. He said there was all the attention given to jewish victims, but none to smb. like himself. When I went to see him again, however, he was a different man, as if some political commissar had paid him a visit and told him off. He wouldn't talk much, but said emphatically: 'yes, jews suffered enormously during the war'.


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Wars, all wars are not what we think is one of the messages from late William Pawelec (or William John Polack ?). His one hour deposition video is blocked on some websites, but found on forbiddenknowledgetv.com
Some very secret ww2 projects I came across are Indian Lake Project in US and Cassette Project "for Jews and Russians", unnamed secret projects in occupied Channel Islands.
Mr. William Pawelec was a U.S. Air Force computer operations and programming specialist with numerous credentials in security technologies and access control systems.


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I am sorry, but I really don't know what the point is that you try to make.
It feels a bit like you try to convince us that the european goverments try to hide some information for the public.
Like you try to say that we have to be careful because we life in a world like "1984" by Orwell.

Do you try to convince us of a conspiracy?

Thats the feeling thats comes up when I read about your suggestion that Mr. P. Grifith
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as if some political commissar had paid him a visit and told him off.
In your own words.

I don't think that the comments you state have a real connection whit the meaning and the goal of www.stiwotforum.nl.

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Jan-Willem

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This is a last call Galina-A-Anikeeva, just stick to our house rules.

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jw1985 schreef:
I don't think that the comments you state have a real connection whit the meaning and the goal of http://www.stiwotforum.nl.


Second that, closed.

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