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Arlie's War

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Fighting gale force winds in the middle of the North Atlantic and the Nazi menace below while serving aboard the U.S.Coast Guard Cutter Campbell,twenty-one year old Arlie Andrews faced the toughest challenge in his life . He and the brave crew of the Campbell, protecting convoy ON-166 from Hitler's U-Boats faced an entire wolfpack and in eighteen hellatious hours,damaged or sunk five and then rammed and sunk U-606. Arlie was uncredited in the caption of a LIFE magazine photo. Uncredited, like millions of others who fought in World War II, Arlie made his own contribution to ultimate victory, engaging in fearsome combat while his son, Arlan,and other men's sons played at home, safe, in their back yards. This is his story, and an epic saga of the Campbell and her crew. Hardcover Print: $24.95 8.25" x 10.75", casewrap-hardcover binding, 50# white interior paper, black and white interior ink, 100# white exterior paper, full-color exterior ink. Also available in paperback.
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Product Details

Edition
Second Edition
Publisher
Aaron W. Andrews
Published
November 3, 2011
Language
English
Pages
204
File Format
PDF
File Size
25.13 MB

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