When Husserl retired as Professor of Philosophy inHeidegger accepted Freiburg's election to be his successor, in spite of a counter-offer by Marburg. Heidegger remained at Freiburg im Breisgau for the rest of his life, declining a number of later offers, including one from Humboldt University of Berlin. He resigned the rectorate in Aprilbut remained a member of the Nazi Party until even though as Julian Young asserts the Nazis eventually prevented him from publishing. EvansHeidegger was not only a member of the Nazi Party, but "enthusiastic" about participating.
Particularly, to those who served in the th Bomb Squadron in every capacity. Having just Jane roland martin paper there from Savannah radio school, I was assigned to Luke Hargroves' crew as anaturally--radio operator-gunner.
I had to learn gunnery, like all that shooting stuff, via skeet shooting, then firing the 50 calibers in the waist as we went after isolated ground shooting ranges, far, very far, from other people.
Then of course in via the North Atlantic route with stops at exotic Greenland and Iceland, to our new home base at Earl's Colne.
To the keeper of this fine site, the gathering place of B26 folks, our thanks and gratitude for this tremendous job being done. This message is also written to get the last word, since I just celebrated--if that's the word--my 90th two weeks ago.
Guess flying aboard those wonderful B26s for a few years, actually gave me a new lease on life, along with needed practice on regular or hi-speed breathing exercises. All the best to all. Phil Scheier Phil, were you with Luke Hargroves on September 21st when he put "Shirley Bee" into a sand pile at the edge of the runway, salvaging it.
Cheers, Trevor Allen historian b The date sounds about rite, and I was with Luke as we landed at this field recently freed from the Nazis. I think this was our first trip to this field, which was either Lessay or Chartres.
We came in for our usual landing, curious as hell about our new home. I was seated against a bulkhead in the rear, when suddenly we hit hard, bounced, with the bullet racks above my head breaking loose, whipping in front of my face. There was a lengthy screeching stretch before we slowed down, and finally stopped.
My headphone plug had been disconnected, so no chance to hear any messages from Luke. Two of us were in the rear, tail gunner Jimmy Myers and myself. As soon as we stopped bouncing, I knew we had to get out before there mite be a fire.
I yanked open the waist window where I swung out the guns on a mission, and we both jumped out. I remember running towards the cockpit to see if Luke and the others were getting out.
They certainly were and fast. I was told we were given clearance to land on a runway, where there was still lots of damage from earlier Allied bombing when it was held by the Germans.
Either it was a pile of sand which Luke couldn't see until it was too lateor a ditch.
John Moench wrote about it in his book. In any case, no injuries despite equipment flailing around the plane's interior, but the plane was wrecked. It was used, as u note, for salvage, and we got ourselves a nice, new shiny plane.
What other kind of info do you have regarding the squadron? Always a pleasure to hear from the squadron, and share memories, thanks to Mike's excellent web site. Have learned a great deal in that time, but always on the lookout for new stories and material.
Your story of the crash at Chartres added meat to the bones, anything else interesting to tell us. See if the attached is of interest.Movie reviews, news and features from critics and reporters of The New York Times.
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Trevor Allen, Historian, bcom. I would like to take this opportunity to say "Thank You" for the marvelous work you have done in preserving the "Memories" of the Martin B Marauder and ALL of the crew members who flew aboard them during WWII.
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