I am a huge history buff. I love anything that is connected to American history. So I was watching a program I Tivo's on the History Channel the other day called The Fall of the Third Reich. I get 1 hour and 50 minutes in and they show the liberation of Dachau. As they are showing this Army archive video I see my father in a close up. I had never seen this before. I paused the video for about 5 minutes just looking at him to make sure it was him and to try to catch my breath. I called my wife into the room and asked her what she thought of the picture and she said "Oh my God. That's your dad." My dad has been dead for over 17 years. I cannot tell you how surreal that was. I swear I started to cry when I saw that. I remember my dad telling me about the liberation and that he was there but he didn't go into detail. I know why. And seeing what he saw, in color just made it all that more real for me personally. Anyway, I thought I would share that. It was so weird.