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December 15, 1989 | TRACY THOMPSON, THE WASHINGTON POST
As a child in post-World War II England, Shirley McGlade clipped a picture of movie star Jeff Chandler and put it in her wallet. That was her father, she told schoolmates--a rich American who had divorced her mother and was fighting for custody of her. "People believed me," she said. "I lived in a fantasy world."
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March 2, 1991 | Associated Press
Marine Sgt. Chuck Ford was in good hands at a military hospital in England. His sister was once of the nurses. Their mother, Ann Ford, said Thursday that her son injured his hand in a noncombat accident Feb. 15. Air Force nurse Diane Davis, Ford's sister was making her rounds at the hospital in Little Rissington when she saw her brother for the first time in two years.
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March 29, 1988 | JIM CARLTON, Times Staff Writer
On May 30, 1944--in the midst of World War II--U.S. Army Pvt. Alex F. Miranda stood before an American firing squad in England and spoke his last words. "Pray for me," the 20-year-old soldier from Santa Ana beseeched a chaplain. "And may God have a place for you in heaven." Then Pvt. Miranda, who had fatally shot his sleeping sergeant almost three months earlier, was felled by a volley from 10 rifle-bearing soldiers.
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December 15, 1989 | TRACY THOMPSON, THE WASHINGTON POST
As a child in post-World War II England, Shirley McGlade clipped a picture of movie star Jeff Chandler and put it in her wallet. That was her father, she told schoolmates--a rich American who had divorced her mother and was fighting for custody of her. "People believed me," she said. "I lived in a fantasy world."
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July 1, 1988
The United States will deploy 51 F-111 bombers armed with nuclear cruise missiles in Britain to replace land-based missiles banned under the superpower arms agreement, Jane's Defense Weekly reported. Britain's Defense Ministry acknowledged that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is considering transferring U.S.-based, long-range aircraft to Western Europe. But it said deployment of air-launched cruise missiles "is not under consideration." The U.S.
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March 2, 1991 | Associated Press
Marine Sgt. Chuck Ford was in good hands at a military hospital in England. His sister was once of the nurses. Their mother, Ann Ford, said Thursday that her son injured his hand in a noncombat accident Feb. 15. Air Force nurse Diane Davis, Ford's sister was making her rounds at the hospital in Little Rissington when she saw her brother for the first time in two years.
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July 1, 1988
The United States will deploy 51 F-111 bombers armed with nuclear cruise missiles in Britain to replace land-based missiles banned under the superpower arms agreement, Jane's Defense Weekly reported. Britain's Defense Ministry acknowledged that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is considering transferring U.S.-based, long-range aircraft to Western Europe. But it said deployment of air-launched cruise missiles "is not under consideration." The U.S.
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March 29, 1988 | JIM CARLTON, Times Staff Writer
On May 30, 1944--in the midst of World War II--U.S. Army Pvt. Alex F. Miranda stood before an American firing squad in England and spoke his last words. "Pray for me," the 20-year-old soldier from Santa Ana beseeched a chaplain. "And may God have a place for you in heaven." Then Pvt. Miranda, who had fatally shot his sleeping sergeant almost three months earlier, was felled by a volley from 10 rifle-bearing soldiers.
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