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Östen 90
6441 Umhausen

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Gil Records
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Östen 90
6441 Umhausen
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If you want to request an autograph, follow the guidelines bellow. If you just want to mail a letter with the address above, and do not want anything back, then you can stop reading! If you live in Austria send a properly stamped and self addressed envelope (minimum size 8.5" x 4") with your request letter and a photo. You can include a piece of cardboard to keep the photo from bending in shipping and also add "Do Not Bend" on the envelopes. Send your letter and wait. On average, there is going to be a 3+ month wait for a response. If you do not live in Austria, add several* International Reply Coupons. The International Reply Coupons (IRC) will be used by the receiver to purchase austrian stamps. You can only get them at your post office. Place the IRCs into the envelope, not on it. For more information on reply coupons click here. *For information on postage prices to receive a letter from Austria click here.

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Gilbert Meyer Pearl Harbor Survivor U S S Utah - February 7th, 2019
Former Fireman 1st Class Gilbert Meyer, a Pearl Harbor survivor, was excited to be promoted to fireman first class on Dec 6, 1941, just one day before the Japanese attack on the Navy fleet at Pearl Harbor. In his soft-spoken Texan accent, he told about what happened 77 years ago. “I had the mid-watch that night and was really tired. After my watch, I went to the galley and we drank coffee and discussed what we would do if the Japanese attacked,” he remembered. As Meyer recounted the hours that led up to the attack, he reminisced about the good news of his promotion. “I got to sleep in luxury on a cot in the fire room. Everyone else on board were on hammocks,” he said. Meyer said that he barely woke up as the first torpedo hit. “I was sleeping on the starboard side, so I was safe. The torpedoes came from the channel on the port side.” The second torpedo hit and the battle lanterns were not operational. The steam fell to zero and the lights went out. “My good friend, John Reeves Crain, died then. We only knew each other six months, but back then, that was a long time,” Meyer said. Meyer explained that there were three of them who had just been promoted to firemen first class Crain, Leonard Lew Purifoy and himself. “After the lights went out, the ship began to list and I knew I had to get off. I started to run off in my skivvies and shoes, but once I made it off the ship I did not have my shoes. I have no idea what happened to them.” “The ship was rolling and there were large timbers on board and they rolled off and killed some. As we all got to shore, the wives from the officer housing told us to run in their homes and find any clothes we could.” They were in grave danger because many Sailors either could not swim or were drowning in the oil that had spilled due to all the heavy strafing. He also told how everyone found a way to help – by either shooting rifles at enemy planes or rescuing Sailors from the water. Meyers explained that after the attack was over, Sailors would walk onto the quarterdeck of any ship and give their rate to see if anyone needed assistance. If they did, that is where they would work for the day. A one-cent postcard was sent to Meyer’s parents to notify them of his status after the attack. The postcard was pre-typed with multiple options: I am well; I have been admitted to hospital as wound-ed/sick/serious/not serious; I am getting on well, hope to return to duty soon. Sailors had to scratch off the items that were not appropriate and the card usually took three- to six weeks to reach their families on the mainland. Sent him 2 photos on 25 Jan and got them back signed on 7 Feb. He also sent a business card size card listing what battles he took part in during the war. Mr Gilbert Meyer Address removed

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Gilbert Arenas RTS - March 30th, 2018 | Address reported as RTS The address has been reported as RTS (Return To Sender).
It means that the postal service has not been able to deliver the mail to the address
and that it has been returned to the sender.
Sent: 3/19/18 Received: 3/30/18 Gilbert Arenas 8981 W. Sunset Blvd Unit 102 West Hollywood, CA 90069 Check out my successes at my website:

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Rod Gilbert NHL HOF Success - April 14th, 2017
Sent LOR, SASE, TC and $20 check payable to Garden of Dreams to: Mr. Rod Gilbert 52 E. End Ave. Apt. 33A New York, NY 10028 Received my card back signed and personalized. Sent: 3/18/17 Received: 4/14/17 Uploaded with Uploaded with

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