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I loved reading about the extraordinary experiences of these average men and women who fought WWII and saved the world for us. It is somewhat of a surprise to realize that our parents–those solid anchors we relied upon, who were strong and brave, and knew how to fix everything–were also at many points young, frightened soldiers who were overwhelmed with the horrors of war, but they plowed through it anyway. Many came home with scars, and blended back into society without much ado, and never shared their stories until years later. It is a great book to read, and makes one admire that generation even more.

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