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- Publisher: WhiteFire Publishing; 1 edition (April 15, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 15, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MR86AYV
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(The author may be taking “poetic license” with Geoff’s character, but it seems she would add a footnote at the end of the book stating that no POW’s were rescued from Japanese POW camps until early 1945 and most were not liberated until September, 1945.) When the character Brian Hammond is celebrating the fall of Rome (June, 1944), he makes the statement that the Allies can now bomb Germany. In reality, the RAF first bombed Germany in March, 1940; the US Eighth Air Force began bombing Germany in January, 1943. In Book 1, I’ll Be Seeing You, Brian Hammond is described as having nearly completed college when the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor; but in later books, he’s an advanced law-school student. Without a doubt, though, the most egregious error is when the author makes the statement that McArthur (Douglas MacArthur's surname is correctly spelled MacArthur.) has "successfully driven troops across the (Rhine) River. Gen. MacArthur was never in the European Theater of Operations; he was supreme commander of Allied forces in the southwest Pacific. Even if the author and the editor believe that their readers are too illiterate to know history or too shallow to recall details, they should still want to present quality products, particularly as the books are published as Christian literature. A Christian should follow Colossians 3:23 – “And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men;” and create and present excellent work.