Jason and his squad find out the war is over, but there is a German soldier still shooting at them. One of the squad members talks to the soldier, just a young kid himself. Ike Godsey has to go to court for not following rationing policies. Written by
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[narration as John 'John Boy' Walton, Jr. reading from his journal
In 1945 on Waltons Mountain with the coming of summer, buds became leaves and wildflowers painted the hills and fields as no human artist could. It was as if nature was defying the war that consumed the world. On the home front there were shortages, rationing, and a deepening war-weariness that only victory could ease. But the greatest problem of all for my family was coping with the anxiety about those of us who were in the ...
My Country Tis of Thee
Traditional melody with lyrics by Samuel F. Smith
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