The Story Behind the Story

Member Arlene Eisenbise will speak about her historical novel--BIG WAR, Little Wars-- before the Prescott, Arizona, chapter of the Sons and Daughters of Pearl Harbor Survivors (SDPHS) during their monthly luncheon meeting.

Charentin, 1918

Westwood tells an emotional story in a way that captivates the reader. For lovers of historical fiction this book covers all the bases; historical significance, impact on family, and the horrors of war. 

Title: Charentin, 1918
Author: 
David Andrew Westwood
Category: Historical Fiction
Reviewer: Michael D. Mullins 
ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): B00BI232KY

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Westwood, David Andrew

WE WERE YOUNG AND FEARLESS

 

My name is John Schrank, and I am a Vietnam Veteran.

My father was in WW2 France to Germany. He was in the Army and a T Sgt. who worked in the motor pool with munitions. He didn't talk about it... My wife's brother did two tours of duty in Vietnam as a helicopter pilot. After he retired, he worked for the Kennedy Center in Washington doing security work.

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