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(15) further over the trench several russians are moving around and Warias and Seidel are lobbing hand grenades over there. We can hear the sappers, still firing from their tench. Grenades explode over us... it stops the Russian infantry but not the tank.

(15) further over the trench several russians are moving around and Warias and Seidel are lobbing hand grenades over there. We can hear the sappers, still firing from their tench. Grenades explode over us... it stops the Russian infantry but not the tank.

Waffen SS patrol near Utah Beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944. The Waffen SS quickly engaged the Allied troops but were badly outgunned and outnumbered. Nevertheless, they fought a desperate battle suffering irreparable casualties in the process.

Waffen SS patrol near Utah Beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944. The Waffen SS quickly engaged the Allied troops but were badly outgunned and outnumbered. Nevertheless, they fought a desperate battle suffering irreparable casualties in the process.

This appears to be a modern photo from a Italian WWII historical reenactment group (see www.Progetto900.com).  At least its name and website are printed across the bottom of the photo on a forum on historical reenactment (panzergrenadier.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=14956&start=45)

This appears to be a modern photo from a Italian WWII historical reenactment group (see www.Progetto900.com). At least its name and website are printed across the bottom of the photo on a forum on historical reenactment (panzergrenadier.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=14956&start=45)

Li Ching-Yuen was a Chinese herbalist, martial artist and tactical advisor who lived to the ripe old age of 256 and sired 200 descendants during his life span, surviving 23 wives. Ching-Yuen lived off a diet of herbs and rice wine inculding lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shou wu and gotu kola. In a 1930 New York Times article, Professor Wu Chung-chieh of the University of Chengdu discovered Imperial Chinese government records from 1827.

Li Ching-Yuen was a Chinese herbalist, martial artist and tactical advisor who lived to the ripe old age of 256 and sired 200 descendants during his life span, surviving 23 wives. Ching-Yuen lived off a diet of herbs and rice wine inculding lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shou wu and gotu kola. In a 1930 New York Times article, Professor Wu Chung-chieh of the University of Chengdu discovered Imperial Chinese government records from 1827.