• 11 Jan
    2009

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – January 11, 1943

Introduction by Will Seippel, CEO – WorthPoint.com Lt. Reichard began writing a diary on January 1, 1943. In February, he bought a camera and began taking some photos. For the next three years, he wrote almost every day. When I started reading his diary, I thought it should be shared and that perhaps WorthPoint’s community […]

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  • 10 Jan
    2009

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – January 10, 1943

Introduction by Will Seippel, CEO – WorthPoint.com Lt. Reichard began writing a diary on January 1, 1943. In February, he bought a camera and began taking some photos. For the next three years, he wrote almost every day. When I started reading his diary, I thought it should be shared and that perhaps WorthPoint’s community […]

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  • 9 Jan
    2009

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – January 9, 1943

Introduction by Will Seippel, CEO – WorthPoint.com Lt. Reichard began writing a diary on January 1, 1943. In February, he bought a camera and began taking some photos. For the next three years, he wrote almost every day. When I started reading his diary, I thought it should be shared and that perhaps WorthPoint’s community […]

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  • 8 Jan
    2009

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – January 8, 1943

Introduction by Will Seippel, CEO – WorthPoint.com Lt. Reichard began writing a diary on January 1, 1943. In February, he bought a camera and began taking some photos. For the next three years, he wrote almost every day. When I started reading his diary, I thought it should be shared and that perhaps WorthPoint’s community […]

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  • 7 Jan
    2009

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – January 7, 1943

Introduction by Will Seippel, CEO – WorthPoint.com Tom Brokaw called them The Greatest Generation—and they were. They lived through the greatest changes a generation has ever seen, from horse-and-buggy days to men on the moon. As children, they struggled through the Great Depression. In their teens and 20s, more than 16 million of them marched […]

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  • 6 Jan
    2009

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – January 6, 1943

Introduction by Will Seippel, CEO – WorthPoint.com Tom Brokaw called them The Greatest Generation—and they were. They lived through the greatest changes a generation has ever seen, from horse-and-buggy days to men on the moon. As children, they struggled through the Great Depression. In their teens and 20s, more than 16 million of them marched […]

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  • 5 Jan
    2009

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – January 5, 1943

Introduction by Will Seippel, CEO – WorthPoint.com Tom Brokaw called them The Greatest Generation—and they were. They lived through the greatest changes a generation has ever seen, from horse-and-buggy days to men on the moon. As children, they struggled through the Great Depression. In their teens and 20s, more than 16 million of them marched […]

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  • 4 Jan
    2009

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – January 4, 1943

Introduction by Will Seippel, CEO – WorthPoint.com Tom Brokaw called them The Greatest Generation—and they were. They lived through the greatest changes a generation has ever seen, from horse-and-buggy days to men on the moon. As children, they struggled through the Great Depression. In their teens and 20s, more than 16 million of them marched […]

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  • 3 Jan
    2009

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – January 3, 1943

Introduction by Will Seippel, CEO – WorthPoint.com Tom Brokaw called them The Greatest Generation—and they were. They lived through the greatest changes a generation has ever seen, from horse-and-buggy days to men on the moon. As children, they struggled through the Great Depression. In their teens and 20s, more than 16 million of them marched […]

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  • 2 Jan
    2009

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – January 2, 1943

Introduction by Will Seippel, CEO – WorthPoint.com Tom Brokaw called them The Greatest Generation—and they were. They lived through the greatest changes a generation has ever seen, from horse-and-buggy days to men on the moon. As children, they struggled through the Great Depression. In their teens and 20s, more than 16 million of them marched […]

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