UNSUNG HEROES: Voices of World War Two
Members of the World War Two generation are a rare breed. Raised during the uncertainty of The Great Depression, these men of character would rise above the economic struggles of that time and go on to serve their country gallantly during a time of global war, and do so without hesitation. There is no doubt that their combined efforts saved the world from tyranny and oppression. These are their stories. Based on personal interviews, noted military biographer Bryan Boyett brings to life tales of honor, valor and courage. From storming the beaches of tiny islands, battling through dense forests, flying into war-torn skies, or sailing on the vastness of the Pacific Ocean, come experience the everyday antics of young men as they go about the business of war, including moments of sheer terror in the heat of combat. Unsung Heroes is a truly a labor of love, with its purpose to honor the veterans of World War Two, teach others of their heroism, and preserve their stories for the generations to come.
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