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"I just finished this book. It was too interesting to put down. I finished reading it in two days."
--Bob Plass, 518th Radio Relay Co., Korea, 1951-53
From the Author
service. Members of the "Greatest Generation" didn't talk about the war.
That was certainly true of my father, but in addition to that, he died when I was 18, so I didn't get to know him really well. When I received almost 300 of my parents letters from the war, I realized my dad had witnessed the bombing of Pearl Harbor and combat on other Pacific islands.
On top of that, I stumbled upon a family secret amid my research that explained my dad's volatile behavior. This book is part creative nonfiction, history, and memoir. I hope you enjoy it and that it will encourage you to discover your own parent's wartime experience.