I’m grateful for this thorough review of my new book by this reputable group of military historians.
Kayleen Reusser is back with her second book of World War II veterans stories. This one, They Did It for Honor: Stories of American World War II Veterans, has an aptly chosen title. Many of the veterans are quoted as saying they were proud to serve their country and considered it an honor to do so.
As with her first book, Reusser collected stories from many units and fronts, giving the reader a well-rounded picture of life in different parts of the world during World War II. Thirty-four of them, to be precise. Not only does she include stories from the Pacific, North African and European theaters, she includes a tale from the Aleutian Islands and the China-Burma-India (CBI) Theater. Some of the more fascinating stories we read were about a black veteran’s experience aboard the USS Yorktown, one man who was present at the surrender signing on September…
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My husband has requested this book for Christmas. How can I order it. firstname.lastname@example.org
Louise: It’s great to hear from you and that your husband likes my book of stories of WWII veterans. They Did It for Honor: Stories of American WWII Veterans (http://amzn.to/2fXCra7) and my other book, WWII Legacies: Stories of Northeast Indiana Veterans (http://amzn.to/2A4hgvS), are available on Amazon. I’d appreciate it if you could post reviews at Amazon as well. I’d be interested in knowing your thoughts. Is your husband a veteran? If so, please thank him for his service. Happy Thanksgiving!