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  • Author:
    Melvin R. Bielawski
  • ISBN:
    1420810944
  • ISBN13:
    978-1420810943
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  • Publisher:
    AuthorHouse (March 7, 2005)
  • Pages:
    240 pages
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Melvin R. Bielawski is a World War II veteran. After his induction into the Army, Mr. Bielawski received infantry training at Ft. McClellan, Alabama.

Melvin R. He was given a medical MOS (military occupation specialty) and placed in charge of the hospital in the Prisoner of War (. Camp 78, in Zuffenhausen, Germany.

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The story could be written of many other neighborhoods and ethnic and racial groups . WW II impacted the way of life of all Americans.

The story could be written of many other neighborhoods and ethnic and racial groups throughout the United States. It just so happens that the writer was a member of this particular group and neighborhood. Dramatic changes have taken place since the time period addressed in THE CORNER. Ethnic and racial neighborhoods and groups are still located throughout the country but on a far less scale. THE CORNER captures a capsule of a part of American life during an era that has literally disappeared from the the American scene.

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What did it take to over come the United States ban on marriages between American personnel in Germany and German Nationals at the end of WWII? Could such marriages survive the paperwork, trials, and tribulations involved? Frances Mary Ponn, a Berchtesgaden native, and Melvin R. Bielawski, a native of Toledo, Ohio, tested the "System" and won. In 2004, they celebrated fifty-seven years of marriage.