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St Lo, Saipan, D-Day, Philippines, 442nd, Paris GI Joe
Attached to chapter one—as you know—is the story of Garabandal, which took you back to the 1960s. As realized, in chapter 1, several periodicals and books have been utilized, such as Expresso, O Século, Truth and Tolerance, Publico in order to provide you with historically pertinent information in relation to what and which appearances took place beyond May of 1917. One aspect in Fatima's journey covers our modern age, and in this modern time occurred the story of Garabandal.
Here is the voice of Rev. Malachy Martin, who speaks about Fatima in an interview with Jensen (1 min 35).
Martin on Saint Pope John Paul II (press)
Here he is talking about Garabandal (1min 46) where he is recorded as stating Garabandal is a repetition of the Third Secret of Fatima in brief from. One periodical worthwhile to see is Garabandal Journal.
3rd Secret and Garabandal (press)
Here is the voice of Rev. Malachy Martin, who speaks about Fatima in an interview with Jensen (1 min 35). Here he is taen, Here is the voice of Rev. Malachy Martin, who speaks about Fatima in an interview with Bruce Jensen (1 min35).
In 1944, tens of thousands headed into the unknown, the greatest number in any war year, each entering his or her own spine tingling tale. After undergoing training, and bundled with others, many got a closer look at the actual war picture and the putrid smells, and relearned the laws of survival.
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