Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

By Larry Nelson
Veterans History Project 

Veterans History Project: Daniel Kinnison


By March 1944, World War II was being fought on many fronts, costing thousands of lives and even more injuries.

There was progress being made in Europe as well as in the islands in the Pacific. Less than six months before, Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin met to coordinate plans to smash German forces and their nasty leader. The Russians had driven the German Forces out of Leningrad. Big things were in the works.

Daniel E. Kinnison was a strapping 20 year old man who knew that the Selective Service System was active in the northern Colorado area, near Keota. He had been contacted by...

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