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Things Remembered

eBook (PDF), 430 Pages
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A South Carolina man looks back at the key events of his life and the twentieth century, from milling corn on the family farm to taking part in the bloody battle of Peleliu during World War II. Includes 66 photographs and five war-time letters with transcriptions. Also available in paperback at Lulu.com.
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  • By Marge Davis
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Things Remembered by Chester A. Reece " This book is a window on the 20th century from the eyes of someone who has lived it and has great recall of facts and details of the major events of his life. Of particular interest are the stories of growing up during the Great Depression in the rural south. For WW II buffs, the accounts of the First Marine Division in the Pacific theater will be worth reading. The 'worms-eye' view of the war is one that is hard to find in history books that overlook the horrors of the individual soldier and glorify the war. Ultimately, this is a story of a man who grew up poor and through drive and force of will built a successful life. A story that 'everyman' can relate to and learn from.
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Product Details

Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
430
File Format
PDF
File Size
82.75 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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