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Remembering World War II

Milt Feldman, 94, and his wife Renee were special guests recently at the world premiere at Stoneridge Creek of a documentary featuring his experiences during World War II when he was a German POW, "A Soldier's Dream: The Milt Feldman Story."

Nearly 400 people attended to honor Feldman and the other 93 World War II, Korean, Cold War and Vietnam War veterans in the senior living community.

"I'd like to leave this documentary as a legacy to my family and others, so that these things will never be forgotten," Feldman said.

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Remembering World War II

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Mon, Oct 15, 2018, 2:45 pm

Milt Feldman, 94, and his wife Renee were special guests recently at the world premiere at Stoneridge Creek of a documentary featuring his experiences during World War II when he was a German POW, "A Soldier's Dream: The Milt Feldman Story."

Nearly 400 people attended to honor Feldman and the other 93 World War II, Korean, Cold War and Vietnam War veterans in the senior living community.

"I'd like to leave this documentary as a legacy to my family and others, so that these things will never be forgotten," Feldman said.

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