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THE EARLY DAYS OF RADAR
Secrets and my Recollections of World War II

Gardner L. Friedlander 1990, 2000-2004

Notes

Gard died on December 19th, 2003 from internal injuries resulting from a skiing accident in Vail, Colorado. He died doing one of the things he loved.

Craig S. Buchanan

March, 2004

If you've read this far you may wonder about my memory concerning dates and events. I've used my own three inch pile of letters home, carefully saved by mother; my war orders (201 file); books, such as Eisenhower's "Crusade in Europe" and Breuer's "Operation Torch"; a number of War Department publications; and saved newspapers and magazines to jog my memory. This is not meant to be a history text, but was written to allow my descendants and friends to view one man's life in tough times. Maybe this will help you to better understand one man and what he did for five years, 45 years ago.

For mistakes I apologize.

Gard Friedlander

November 1990.

Editor's notes:

Sources for articles and clippings have been cited when known. Transcripts of images have been provided to make the items easier to read and to allow them to be indexed by search engines.


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