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Yesterday marked the seventy-fifth anniversary of the date the deadliest war in history finally drew to a close. Should it pass without notice?
Remembering the Doolittle Raiders on the anniversary of the Raid! Four spent thirty-six months in utter lock-down: solitary confinement. Here are thoughts on what made all the difference.
Doolittle Raider Lieutenant Robert L. Hite, captive. Tokyo, April 1942. Stories can be powerful things. I’m struck by how so many of the stories we hear in the news are about what divides us—what makes us “red” versus “blue.” The ongoing stream of anniversaries of many WWII events could be an occasion to tell more […full post]
Inspired by a Gripping True Story of Courage and Forgiveness 58 5-⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Amazon Reviews! “Linda Thompson attacks the publishing world like a Mitsubishi Zero swooping from the Japanese sky. The Plum Blooms In Winter proves a taut, crisp, debut achievement that colorfully evokes the Pacific theater of WWII. Start this one forewarned: it’s a stay-up-all-night […full post]