Usage suggestions for content from


The home page is here. This page ©2010 by Gary Gocek. Updated May 26, 2010.

Reusing content from Unless otherwise noted, site content (text, images, etc.) is copyrighted by Gary Gocek. In particular, see the acknowledgements page for Christian symbols. Please conform to "fair use" guidelines and don't repost large portions of site content. If you think that your own content has been unfairly copied onto, please contact me and I'll remove infringing content or improve the acknowledgement.

The textual content of the 897th/3562nd WWII veteran tribute pages is mostly public domain material from the US Army or other historical sources. Pictures stamped with a name such as "" come from private collections of the veterans, and these are not to be reused without permission. I am always on the lookout for more 897th/3562nd information, and I can share background information not on the web site, so please contact me.

It is the intent of this site to provide family friendly content. Sometimes, dynamic content from external sources is unpredictable. I can't be held responsible for external content, but if you see something offensive, let me know and I'll make changes.

My software is free, and you get what you pay for. I'll do my best to respond to bug reports and feature requests, but I accept no legal or financial responsibility for losses on your part.

Link exchanges: Please contact me if you wish to trade links between your site and mine. Your pages should be family friendly (even if the pages are not intended for young readers). Your pages should not use too many annoying advertising gimmicks like pop-unders and such.

Download a single picture: Here's what you do, if you're using Microsoft Internet Explorer or Firefox. If you're using Netscape or a Mac, the operation will be similar.

Find the picture you want to download to your own computer. Most of you reading this note are interested in Christian Symbols . On that page, search for an image to display small-size images (thumbnails), then click on a thumbnail to open a window with the full-size image. You can print this new window. For pictures that are not Christian symbols, simply find the picture you want to download.

If you want to download the image file, position your mouse cursor over the middle of the image. Click and release the right mouse button. You'll get a popup menu. Select "Save Picture As..." ("Save Image As..." in Firefox.). This pops up the Save Picture (Save Image) window that allows you to select a folder into which you'll copy the saved image file. Personally, I like to select Desktop.

Click the Save button on the Save Picture (Save Image) window.
Display a image on your own web page: Here's an example of HTML markup to display a image from the Christian Symbols page on your own page:

<a href=""><img src="" border="0"></a>

The border=0 attribute removes the ugly blue border that normally accompanies linked images, but the link is still there so that I get credit for your use of my site's bandwidth. If you really wanted to, you could download the image to your own file system and still link the image back to

You can also add something like:
width="125" height="521"
to adjust the size of the displayed image.

The point here is that I pay a host for space and bandwidth, and it's OK to use the images from, but I ask for a link to in return. The link should not affect your own page's appearance.