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By Olivia Penwell McCoy
Set in both modern times and the WWII era, this captivating story begins with a French family caught up in the lethal madness of the Nazis occupation in Europe. When peaceful village life changes, Étienne Passat manages to send his two sisters to safety before he embarks on a long, harrowing journey of escape and his eventual disappearance. Many years later, modern American tourists visit southern France and discover a ghostly presence that in due time ties the past and present together. Inspired by an actual experience, this book was carefully researched to reflect wartime experiences and events.
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By Dave Gutierrez
Patriots from the Barrio is the true story of a US Army combat unit during WWII. Author Dave Gutierrez started to research the biography of relative Ramon G. Gutierrez, who served in the Thirty-Sixth Division, 141st Regiment, Second Battalion, Company E. The unit was comprised entirely of Mexican Americans from the barrios of south Texas. Gutierrez spent four years on the research and compiled several individual stories to tell one incredible story of the US Army battles in Italy during WWII. Gutierrez records the sensitive subjects of discrimination, segregation of schools, and the illegal deportation of Mexican Americans during the Great Depression. Relative Ramon Gutierrez from Del Rio Texas was awarded the Silver Star and three Purple Hearts by the US Army. Captured by the enemy twice, he was able to escape and make it back across to Allied lines. He would also become one of only a handful of Americans to be decorated for valor on the battlefield by the Soviet Union during WWII. His true story and the men that served in the US Army’s unique and historical all Mexican American combat unit is chronicled in Patriots from the Barrio.
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By Kevin A. Campbell
Thousands of inkwells have been emptied documenting the Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg. And while nearly all aspects of the campaign have been explored in one form or another, this work attempts to weave the tapestry of the campaign from the viewpoints, activities, and decisions of its participants. From men at the highest levels of command to those on the battle line, all would play a part in the drama which unfolded in Southern Pennsylvania. The persona, character, military bearing, and skill of those who fought the greatest battle ever to occur on the North American continent, would be forged not only during the war, but for some, many years prior to the conflict. This is the opening act of their story.
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By Kevin A. Campbell
Thousands of inkwells have been emptied documenting the Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg. And while nearly all aspects of the campaign have been explored in one form or another, this work attempts to weave the tapestry of the campaign from the viewpoints, activities, and decisions of its participants. From men at the highest levels of command to those on the battle line, all would play a part in the drama which unfolded in Southern Pennsylvania. The persona, character, military bearing, and skill of those who fought the greatest battle ever to occur on the North American continent, would be forged not only during the war, but for some, many years prior to the conflict. This is the opening act of their story.
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By Kevin A. Campbell
Thousands of inkwells have been emptied documenting the Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg. And while nearly all aspects of the campaign have been explored in one form or another, this work attempts to weave the tapestry of the campaign from the viewpoints, activities, and decisions of its participants. From men at the highest levels of command to those on the battle line, all would play a part in the drama which unfolded in Southern Pennsylvania. The persona, character, military bearing, and skill of those who fought the greatest battle ever to occur on the North American continent, would be forged not only during the war, but for some, many years prior to the conflict. This is the opening act of their story.
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By David Wilson
Consequences of War is an American warrior’s story of unrelenting combat against terrorism in the Far East. It recounts the author’s early life that gave him a warrior’s soul, unrelenting drive, and fearlessness to fight, and it follows him as he describes grueling military preparation and combat, narrating mission after mission. Observe as he tries rescuing wounded US Spec Ops forces still engaged with the enemy, resulting in a fierce firefight against those trying to overrun his position. With American conflicts never seeming to end, he eventually resigned his commission and went to Africa in search of peace. In his work as a wildlife scientist he describes shooting hundreds of animals--including elephants, buffalo, and antelope--for population control. He narrates being knocked down and gored by Cape buffalo, encounters with deadly snakes, and attacks and deaths from lions and elephants. After undergoing 22 surgeries and military disability, the author describes the consequences of war resulting from prolonged and excessive numbers of American wars, the severe impact on our military, and the devastation to the US economy. He deeply honors those who fight for this nation.
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By David Wilson
Consequences of War is an American warrior’s story of unrelenting combat against terrorism in the Far East. It recounts the author’s early life that gave him a warrior’s soul, unrelenting drive, and fearlessness to fight, and it follows him as he describes grueling military preparation and combat, narrating mission after mission. Observe as he tries rescuing wounded US Spec Ops forces still engaged with the enemy, resulting in a fierce firefight against those trying to overrun his position. With American conflicts never seeming to end, he eventually resigned his commission and went to Africa in search of peace. In his work as a wildlife scientist he describes shooting hundreds of animals--including elephants, buffalo, and antelope--for population control. He narrates being knocked down and gored by Cape buffalo, encounters with deadly snakes, and attacks and deaths from lions and elephants. After undergoing 22 surgeries and military disability, the author describes the consequences of war resulting from prolonged and excessive numbers of American wars, the severe impact on our military, and the devastation to the US economy. He deeply honors those who fight for this nation.
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By David Wilson
Consequences of War is an American warrior’s story of unrelenting combat against terrorism in the Far East. It recounts the author’s early life that gave him a warrior’s soul, unrelenting drive, and fearlessness to fight, and it follows him as he describes grueling military preparation and combat, narrating mission after mission. Observe as he tries rescuing wounded US Spec Ops forces still engaged with the enemy, resulting in a fierce firefight against those trying to overrun his position. With American conflicts never seeming to end, he eventually resigned his commission and went to Africa in search of peace. In his work as a wildlife scientist he describes shooting hundreds of animals--including elephants, buffalo, and antelope--for population control. He narrates being knocked down and gored by Cape buffalo, encounters with deadly snakes, and attacks and deaths from lions and elephants. After undergoing 22 surgeries and military disability, the author describes the consequences of war resulting from prolonged and excessive numbers of American wars, the severe impact on our military, and the devastation to the US economy. He deeply honors those who fight for this nation.
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By Dave Gutierrez
Patriots from the Barrio is the true story of a US Army combat unit during WWII. Author Dave Gutierrez started to research the biography of relative Ramon G. Gutierrez, who served in the Thirty-Sixth Division, 141st Regiment, Second Battalion, Company E. The unit was comprised entirely of Mexican Americans from the barrios of south Texas. Gutierrez spent four years on the research and compiled several individual stories to tell one incredible story of the US Army battles in Italy during WWII. Gutierrez records the sensitive subjects of discrimination, segregation of schools, and the illegal deportation of Mexican Americans during the Great Depression. Relative Ramon Gutierrez from Del Rio Texas was awarded the Silver Star and three Purple Hearts by the US Army. Captured by the enemy twice, he was able to escape and make it back across to Allied lines. He would also become one of only a handful of Americans to be decorated for valor on the battlefield by the Soviet Union during WWII. His true story and the men that served in the US Army’s unique and historical all Mexican American combat unit is chronicled in Patriots from the Barrio.
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By Dave Gutierrez
Patriots from the Barrio is the true story of a US Army combat unit during WWII. Author Dave Gutierrez started to research the biography of relative Ramon G. Gutierrez, who served in the Thirty-Sixth Division, 141st Regiment, Second Battalion, Company E. The unit was comprised entirely of Mexican Americans from the barrios of south Texas. Gutierrez spent four years on the research and compiled several individual stories to tell one incredible story of the US Army battles in Italy during WWII. Gutierrez records the sensitive subjects of discrimination, segregation of schools, and the illegal deportation of Mexican Americans during the Great Depression. Relative Ramon Gutierrez from Del Rio Texas was awarded the Silver Star and three Purple Hearts by the US Army. Captured by the enemy twice, he was able to escape and make it back across to Allied lines. He would also become one of only a handful of Americans to be decorated for valor on the battlefield by the Soviet Union during WWII. His true story and the men that served in the US Army’s unique and historical all Mexican American combat unit is chronicled in Patriots from the Barrio.
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By E. Frank Mancl
This book does not portray any great feats of heroism as might be expected of a war book. Rather, it follows the three agonizing years of a group of terrified individuals who refused to knuckle under to the Germans and their horror-filled occupation of the Ukraine. Though faced with almost insurmountable hardships, this small band--these guerillas--fought back as best as they could. Through the bitter winters, the starvation, the almost hopeless future, they never wavered in their determination to remain free. Their battle was not fought on a large scale, nor were there any clear-cut victories. There were no headlines to herald them when a bridge was blown up or when a train was dynamited from the tracks. Their losses were suffered in silence, as were their victories. Bravery, heroic deeds, suffering, defeat and victory were absorbed in silent gratefulness that at least they still possessed life--a victory in itself, for it was the only thing they were fighting for, No lofty ideals or romantic causes, just life.
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By E. Frank Mancl
This book does not portray any great feats of heroism as might be expected of a war book. Rather, it follows the three agonizing years of a group of terrified individuals who refused to knuckle under to the Germans and their horror-filled occupation of the Ukraine. Though faced with almost insurmountable hardships, this small band--these guerillas--fought back as best as they could. Through the bitter winters, the starvation, the almost hopeless future, they never wavered in their determination to remain free. Their battle was not fought on a large scale, nor were there any clear-cut victories. There were no headlines to herald them when a bridge was blown up or when a train was dynamited from the tracks. Their losses were suffered in silence, as were their victories. Bravery, heroic deeds, suffering, defeat and victory were absorbed in silent gratefulness that at least they still possessed life--a victory in itself, for it was the only thing they were fighting for, No lofty ideals or romantic causes, just life.
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By E. Frank Mancl
This book does not portray any great feats of heroism as might be expected of a war book. Rather, it follows the three agonizing years of a group of terrified individuals who refused to knuckle under to the Germans and their horror-filled occupation of the Ukraine. Though faced with almost insurmountable hardships, this small band--these guerillas--fought back as best as they could. Through the bitter winters, the starvation, the almost hopeless future, they never wavered in their determination to remain free. Their battle was not fought on a large scale, nor were there any clear-cut victories. There were no headlines to herald them when a bridge was blown up or when a train was dynamited from the tracks. Their losses were suffered in silence, as were their victories. Bravery, heroic deeds, suffering, defeat and victory were absorbed in silent gratefulness that at least they still possessed life--a victory in itself, for it was the only thing they were fighting for, No lofty ideals or romantic causes, just life.
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By Ellen Anderson
Letters that were found in a small cedar chest Mom saved that Dad wrote when he was in WWII. From 1942-1946 these letters tell interesting war stories & facts and a love story like no other. Dad wrote to Mom every moment that he could. Every breath & every step he took was for her. Dad was a "trailblazer" and fought on the front line in France and Germany. He was a radio man and was in charge of managing the location of his troop. This story will make you laugh and certainly make you cry. It is a truly amazing story!
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By Ellen Anderson
Letters that were found in a small cedar chest Mom saved that Dad wrote when he was in WWII. From 1942-1946 these letters tell interesting war stories & facts and a love story like no other. Dad wrote to Mom every moment that he could. Every breath & every step he took was for her. Dad was a "trailblazer" and fought on the front line in France and Germany. He was a radio man and was in charge of managing the location of his troop. This story will make you laugh and certainly make you cry. It is a truly amazing story!
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