Category Archives: Hitler

At the End of the Day

My big brother, Dennis John Camp, was born over nineteen years before me in 1935. He enjoyed four idyllic years as the literally blue-eyed son of two loving parents. He grew up running free on the farm and spending many … Continue reading

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A Tale of Three Horses Part 1

Horses seemed to play a big part in our lives probably less for me at the transition of horses into tractors than for the older members of the family. But whenever a few of us were around the kitchen table, … Continue reading

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