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Posted May 19, 2011
It is one thing to hear people talk about what they remember during the Vietnam War, but to be able to read the personal letters sent home by one honorable soldier gives the sacrafice a new meaning. I leaned about Vietnam in history classes and documentaries, but this book is an original collection of experiences that gives the war a new face of young men barely old enough to be out of high school, yet fighting for our country. Stan Ross was a wholesome kid from the midwest, who gave up everything for this country. I am proud to have read this book, and thank you to the Ross family for sharing such intimate letters and pictures of your brother and son. The week after I finished this book I was in Washington, D.C. and paid my respects to Stanley Ross, W17 Line 98, forever honored in black marble.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 6, 2009
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