By Glen C. Drake
Growing up on a Wisconsin farm, Glen Drake had no idea about how his WWII experiences would change his life. They left a permanent imprint as he was required to kill a human being for the first time. Years later, back in the safety of his home state, he suffered the after effects of his wartime experience, still imagining once in a while that he was under attack. His confrontations with German soldiers lest him with a hatred of them that persisted into his later years.