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            I have read in several places that a thousand World War II
vets from the United States pass away every day.  It may even be higher
than that.  In the obits in the Binghamton or Ithaca papers there are
usually World War II vets passing away each day, sometimes three or four
at a time.  I was curious to know if anyone has heard of a similar
figure for the World War II vets from the former Soviet Union: Russia,
Ukraine, White Russia, the Asiatic Republics.


Ed Nizalowski, SMS

Newark Valley High School

Newark Valley, NY


"Until he extends his circle of compassion to include all living things
man himself will not find peace."


Albert Schweitzer


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