Life and War Book 2: Veterans of World War Two

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We owe a debt of gratitude to our parents and the millions of other men and women who served in World War II: members of what has been called "The Greatest Generation." Noted International Author and Personal Historian Kathleen Shelby Boyett honors ten veterans of the war in this book by sharing their stories of life and of war, and of their dreams after the war was over. Come build roads with Engineer Ray Brasaemle; lead the Army"s 7th Cavalry Band with Sergeant John Corzine and learn of the service of his father, Martin L. Corzine, in WW1 and his son, John E. Corzine, in the Cold War; escort "Bockscar" to Nagasaki with Ray Tarte; spend time in a German POW camp with Harold Frank; fly in India with one "unknown veteran"; sail on the USS ENTERPRISE with Bill Norberg; accompany MacArthur back to the Philippines with pilot Ralph Easterling; and experience coming home with fanfare with Airborne Native American, Jesse Oxendine. Come and honor these special veterans.

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Number of Pages220
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Open LibraryOL26382024M
ISBN 101541225236

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