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Nine parties followed and we drank until the middle of the night. It was the only world-class social event of my lifetime. I used my leave time for several great trips while I was in Germany. Easter weekend of I went to Paris with a whole busload of Canadians for four days and amazingly funny things happened during that trip. My most famous moment was unknowlingly peeing on a tree in President Charles DeGaulle's yard. During the fall of that year I went on a three-day beer glass buying trip to Brussels, Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Bremerhaven with a couple Canadian friends. Early in I took a trip to Bad Homburg to play in the casino there and then went on to Munich for a few days.

My all-time favorite, however, was Stockholm. I was fortunate enough to take three trips to Sweden and spent more than a month of leave-time there. I also spent some time in Hamburg and Copenhagen. In October of it was time to return home. I really didn't want to leave, but I had a good job waiting for me at home and knew I should go back to it. My two years in Deilinghofen were the happiest, most successful and most special years of my life. Life has never again been so sweet. I still have a great appreciation for Canadians and a great love for their country. Usually in the summer I get to Vancouver weekends and once in a while I get to Victoria. Vancouver is a sensational city and I've spent so much time there it almost seems like a second home.

About five years ago I joined a walking club up there. After thinking about it for a few weeks, in May I decided to try and find some of my old German and Canadian friends. As I said earlier, I have had little success so far, but I do have reason to believe it will happen eventually. The message I received from Bruce McClellan was the first time in about 30 years I've heard from anyone who had been in Deilinghofen and my message from Pastor Groth was the first time I've heard from anyone in Deilinghofen in 35 years. Your message is the first time I've heard from anyone from the 69th in about 30 years, so it was also a really wonderful surprise.

I know you've found the artillery site, but I'll give you a few others you may not have found in case you are interested. If you are interested in Deilinghofen, the super-site there is: Dick, it was really great to hear from you. I hope your time with the 69th was as enjoyable as mine, and I would really enjoy hearing from you about your memories of your time there. Was the 69th disbanded at that time and were you one of the final troops? Thank you for your message. Dick Murphy sent me a link to the appropriate part of your website a couple weeks ago and I really enjoyed it and I forwarded it on to a couple friends who were there at that time.

I deeply admire all the work you have put into the site and it is wonderful to know that the history of all those who served will live on on the Internet. Yes, I would definitely consider it an honor to have any of the information I sent to Dick be a part of your wonderful website. I actually sent that message to Dick in June ofso I had fun re-reading it again when I received it from you. One important date included in that message is just slightly incorrect. I have located a calendar on the Internet and found that Bob Vance and I arrived in Hemer on the evening of January 3,not January 4.

It might interest you to know that a couple months after I sent that message to Dick in I was able to find four of the men I served with in the 69th and found some information about several others. Tyrone Dixon who served two tours with the 69thBill Toler and Sgt. Jackson was living in Princeton, WV. I found no one else until the past eight months. I have since located three of my best German friends from those years plus "Duck" Goyeau, a former member of the 1 SSM who was the first Canadian I met in Germany and I also found Charlie Brooks, my old roommate in the 69th.

He now teaches high school in North Carolina but he did return to Germany after leaving the Army and spent 25 years teaching in the Iserlohn area. If you need any more information about the first two years of the 69th I would be glad to help so please feel free to contact me at any time. Dick Murphy is the ultimate source of information about the unit during the late 60s and he has been in contact with many others who served with the unit during the 70s, 80s and early 90s. A couple years ago he wrote a history of the unit. Charlie Brooks would also be a good source of information because he lived in Iserlohn during those years and knew many of the people who served with the 69th over a long period of time.

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The 69th's "Beverage Bar" was a popular social spot for soldiers - U. In addition, the Beverage Bar made a lot of money for the unit, most of which went back into renovations for the Day Room. Around payday, soldiers had a tendency to head downtown to spend their money. I don't recall the names of the popular spots then, but the favorite Gasthaus was the "Fasstaube" in downtown Hemer that was noted for a particular schnitzel - the name of which slips my mind. Food in the Mess Hall was good. I had two Mess Sergeants: Both were excellent, and I never heard anyone complain about the chow. Relations with the Canadians and the Brits were strong. While I was there we began to train with them more often, and on several occasions we deployed to the field Hohne with the SSM Battery.

Because of the distance to Menden and the 50th, we spent less time with the Brits than was the case later, particularly after the Canadians moved south to Lahr and Baden Baden in Nevertheless, relations with both units were good, and a fair bit of joint training was done with both 1SSM and the 50th. Years later, I believe the 69th moved from Prince of Wales to Menden to co-locate with 50th. In those days, sports were popular, particularly baseball and basketball, although a few tried to skate with the Canadians, with only limited success. Mail and finance support was provided by the th HQ in Munster, while rations and PX items were picked up in Kassel.

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