Letters from a World War II G. I.by Judith E. Greenberg
For readers now, fifty years after the war, Keith Winston's letters form a compelling document--an intimate and dramatic eyewitness view of the war. His early letters tell of the ordeals of basic training; of the camaraderie and humor, and the problems of military life; and of the recruits' fears and their deep commitment to their country and their task.
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