I remember he talked slightly about D-Day, that he was stationed in England, and that he was part of the medics who first responded with the evasion.
When the movie "D-Day" was on he was quiet and watched it throughly, normally he would fall asleep sometime during a movie. We watched it many times. If my memory serves me it was either Omaha or Utah beach.
He also mentioned and had pictures of concentration camps they helped liberate.I don't know which ones these were.I think hejust wanted to forget about them.
Before he died, he threw alot of these pictures away.He didn't want us to see them, but I had.I had hoped to pass these pictures on to my children, to teach them.To teach them not to believe what everyone says, but to seek the truth, even in the USA and not let this be repeated ever!That is why we have freedom in the USA, but that we are not totally free if we let our government lead us while our eyes are closed and our ears are plugged.
If I find anything else I will let you know.If you have any question, ask, maybe I will remember the answers.