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    2013 Famous Fabrics Ink "Horrors of War" 1/1 Cut Signature Cards and Limited Base Cards (8) With Nixon. Famous Fabrics Ink brought back the name "Horrors of War" to the hobby with a very special edition. Each pack of cards contained a 1/1 Cut Signature card of a war veteran and one new Horrors of War base card. Signature cards featured individuals from World War II, Vietnam, Korea, Desert Storm and the War on Terrorism. This presentation includes: Cut Signature Cards (4) - Each a unique one-of-one collectible. Includes: Frederick Blease (Vietnam), James Lynn Brooks (World War II), Stanley Bernard Grant (World War II) and Richard Nixon (Vietnam); Horrors of War Base Cards (4) - #'s 10 Doolittle Raid on Tokyo #23/40, 30 Buddhist Monk Burning in Vietnam #23/40, 33 My Lai Massacre #04/40; 34 Hamburger Hill #31/40.

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    August, 2014
    10th Sunday
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