WWII Diary Pvt. Donald Duane Johnsonby Mary Johnson Corcoran, Jane Johnson Kill
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The following is a hardback colored copy of the saga of my 22 months in the U.S. Army as a Private and a Prisoner of War as written in a diary I won in a lottery on Sunday, January 20, 1945 at Stalag 7-A, Moosberg,Germany through the International Red Cross. Donald Duane Johnson, Pvt., U.S. Army, 351st Infantry, 88th Division, Company G
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I enjoyed getting an insight to a WWII POW and liked that this read in a short book style.
My father and 8 of his nephews served in WW2. Ifound this book very interesting as one of my cousins also was a pow and this gave me some idea of what he went through. My dad served in the CBI theatre that Don talks about, but looks like he didn't have to go. I think everyone should read this.