We are hearing a lot about D-Day and the invasion of Europe, an era that brought millions of Americans to that conflict.
But to retired World printer Rolf Wagner, it was the post-war years in Communist East Germany that he remembers.
He was 10 when the bombing ceased over his home town of Halle.
He writes about that era, “Life wasn’t easy. There was a shortage of food and most of the time a cold apartment because coal was also…