WHEN WARS WERE WON
by Hugh Aaron
- An epic, richly crafted coming of age story during World War II in the Southwest Pacific. Acclaimed enthusiastically by reviewers and all who read it. Calling it: "poetic," "a compelling tale," "movie material," "a literary treat," "a story about the loss of innocence," "powerfully poignant," "a sensitive novel," "a moving and emotional story of friendship, love, heartbreak, despair and triumph of the spirit," "one of the most interesting and exciting books I have ever read."
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LETTERS from the GOOD WAR,
A Young Man's Discovery of the World

by Hugh Aaron
- Almost 1,000 WWII letters written home by a young Seabee, taking the reader from the first day at boot camp to the day he returns from the Southwest Pacific. Together they are a character study of a young man coming of age. Written on the scene, they are also a window on the times. Readers and reviewers describe this book as "palpably real," "a remarkable history," "a commitment," "a portrait of a complex and amazing young man." Includes sixteen pages of photographs and fifty-nine pages of notes on events and personalities of the era.
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