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Senator Bob Dole
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"Donald Brown has written an outstanding book that will quickly become required reading for anyone interested in World War II, or the 10th Mountain Division. While serving as a "Thank You" to the many Americans who helped Don along the way, it also relates many wonderful and moving human interest stories about the 10th Mountain Division - a fraternity I know a little something about.
Because Don is also an accomplished journalist, he has seamlessly woven his words, memories and deeds in such a way as to create a living and breathing memorial to all he served with, and all who are fortunate enough to read this work.
Donald Brown is a patriot, a friend, and a gifted writer, and I highly recommend this tribute to a simpler time."
--Senator Bob Dole
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Donald G. (Don) Brown, SGT, born in Lynn, MA Oct 1, 1922. Graduated Wakefield, MA high school in 1940; University of Oregon (Eugene) with BS degree in journalism in 1948, followed by graduate study. Spent 45 years in journalism. Raised as Lynnfield, MA and Amherst, NH farm boy. Worked way through high school as newspaper reporter, laborer, Big Name Band dance hall attendant, high school newspaper and yearbook editor, farmer and heavy construction worker. Mother, a teacher; father, a policeman.
By age 19 drove his Model A Ford, hitchhiked and walked through the contiguous 48 states in preparation for a professional career in journalism, inspired by correspondent Ernie Pyle's newspaper travel stories.
Enlisted 10th Mtn. Div. (Ski Troops) from University of Oregon and served entirely in 10th at Ft Lewis, WA, Camp Hale, CO, Camp Swift, TX, Camp Patrick Henry, VA, Italian combat, and Camp Carson, CO. Medals: Good Conduct, EAME Service, Bronze Star 85th Inf. Regt., American Service, Victory Medal, Army of Occupation, INfantry Rifle Marksman award and Po Valley and North Apennines Battle Stars.
Brown is a retired journalist after 45 years with New England and West Coast newspapers, on-air radio and television (ABC and NBC affiliates), and magazines. He owned and published a newsletter for 20 years from Oregon.
Presently researching, verifying and drafting a proposed book of his memoirs planned as a thank you letter to Americans for providing his education, nurturing him through the Great Depression, helping him to see America and survive that terrible war, and for building faith in himself, his fellow Americans, and the greatest country God ever created. He knows what's right with America.
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