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w Links to tribute pages of the four most important leaders of the Deadeyes during WWII: One Admiral and Three Generals
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billDeadeye, William R Hill, (Bill Hill) & Daughter, Jan Wharton

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"REMEMBER THE DEADEYES"

We are a Deadeye dad and Deadeye daughter team on a mission to gather stories to help preserve the legacy of the U S Army’s 96th Infantry Division, to assist those who are searching for information, or want to locate other Deadeyes, and to enhance the legacy the Deadeyes leave to future generations. We hope to help preserve their memory of these Deadeyes for their progeny.

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