I had the honor of talking to a WW2 Veteran this past weekend. He was a Medic with a Tank Destroy Unit. As we talked ,I could see that it was bring up old memories of things that he had seen. He told me of a Tanker that was serverly wounded, as he was trying to make the mortality wounded man as comfortable as possible, the man spoke to him to see to the other tank crew members for he knew he was dieing. Mr Robert told me with tears in his eyes of all the men he had treated during his tour of duty this man has stayed burned into his mind. He and I both cried as he was telling me stories. Once as he and another Medic were treating wounded as the battle raged around them German Soldiers burst into the house and sprayed the wounded with machine gun fire, killing several of them and re wounding many more. He told me of never having as much rage for another human as he had for the German Soldiers as they shot them up. A Infantry man with a machine gun shot the German Soldiers as they excited the house, when the firing was over he treated 2 of the German's before they were took off to a POW Camp. The other Medic was KIA and Mr Robert was not hit by any of the bullets. This Veteran is a gentle , humble man who has not talked about these events to any other people , not even his family.