Maj. Robert Bonner (at the time of the picture a 1st Lt.) He landed on Omaha Beach at H-Hour with the 26th INF RGT of the 1st INF DIV and fought all the way through into Germany. He was badly wounded at Aachen, Germany, but survived the war. In Germany, working for the occupation forces, he met and married his wife Annaliese Kurtz and brought her home to Maine. She was an interpreter for the American Army. She has kindly donated a great many artifacts of Bob’s to the museum, including some of her father’s from WW I.