Their lives touched briefly on a cold, rainy April day just over 65 years ago. Despite the weather and the barbed wire fence that separated them, they were kindred spirits warmed by the hope freedom bestowed. They were boys shoved into manhood by two different battlefields: one of tanks and guns, the other of fear and depravation.
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