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This website was created to tell the reader a little bit about who Mark Wolf is, what he has accomplished, where he´s been in life, and what he´s planning to accomplish. If you would like to know a little bit about his past, feel free to click on the "About Me" link above to get a (hopefully) brief summary of his past deeds and accomplishments.

If you'd like to peruse Mr. Mark Wolf's credentials, please feel free to examine the contents of the "Resume" page. You will find links for a "few" of the Letters of Appreciation that I've received while in the U.S. Navy. You will also find a few pictures of me in the service via the links listed below.

I also have other web-pages/things that I've created, and you may visit them via these links:

Here is my Panzer Website (my pride and joy).

I've also created an Intro in Flash 5 years ago (sound may be off a bit due to download speed).

30 November 2004

I have finally laid to rest my vigilant journey to find information about my deceased grandfather's German military history. My search had started approximately 8 years ago, with me asking parents, aunts and uncles, cousins, and nephews about any possible shreds of information they might have had. But, since my grandfather had always refused to talk about World War 2 and what transpired during his time of service, none of us really knew what he had done during the war.

In April of 2004, I decided to let professionals handle the matter and sent in a request to a government agency called Deutsche Dienststelle (WASt). Over time I forgot that I had put in this request, (which was free if no information would be found by them), and tonight I received a piece of snail mail from Berlin. Initially I thought I received some type of spam/scam mail, but then I noticed my grandfathers name and my great-grandfathers name and immediately remembered that I had sent off that request in April. Let's just say I was almost in tears and I was thrilled, amazed, but also saddened at my grandfather's tour of duty in WW2, and could not believe that I actually received a response from WASt.
Well, without further ado...

A tribute to my beloved grandfather: Emil Wolf

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