Asses are getting tight right about then.
I finished this last night.
Building the Bridges to Victory, Tom Muller, 2007,2011, Holtz Creative Enterprises, 138 pages, photographs,...
Thanks for stepping in there and finding this for @Hafnia
I just finished:
Bailout Over Normandy, Ted Fahrenwald, 2012, Casemate, 286 pages, photos. ISBN 978-1-61200-474-7
This one of the best...
I finished this book yesterday.
The Last Epic Naval Battle: Voices from Leyte Gulf, David Sears, 2007, New American Library, 248 pages,...
Here is an example of obverse side of an Enlisted Record and Report of Separation Honorable Discharge WGO Form 53-55
Here is a...
When writing my book 10 years ago, the book's subject (Marion Sanford) did a masterful job of remembering names, especially of the men he served...
Has anyone read The Battle of Leyte Gulf: The Death Knell of the Japanese Fleet by Edwin P Hoyt (1972)?
I found it in the bibliography of The...
Agree, a great book.
Follow up that one with The Men of the Gambier Bay, by Edwin P. Hoyt. It is outstanding.
It and the Last Stand... are...
Excellent photos and excellent post.
I look forward to the remainder of the photos.
Good to meetcha, Ken. Hope we can help you.
Have you contacted NARA in St Louis about getting copies of the Morning Reports for the 314th?
I finished this a couple of nights ago:
Battleground Pacific, Sterling Mace and Nick Allen, 2012 St. Martin's Griffin, 330 pp with maps...
I remember talking to him and he was a FB friend. I had bought the book and then neglected to read it. I guess I put in the bookshelf and forgot...
Currently I am reading
by Sterling Mace
I finished this last week:
Arn's War, Edward C. Arn, edited by Jerome Mushkat, 2006 The University of Akron Press, 225pp, photos, maps and...
I finished this a few weeks ago.
The GI Journal of Sergeant Giles, Henry Giles, Compiled and Edited by Janice Hold Giles, 1965 Houghton...
I took a short hiatus and read books on other subjects for a little while, but now I am back to WWII.
I just started
The 291st was those...
What was the name of that book about Col. Fertig?
ColHessler, it talked good bit about the guerillas in the Philippines.