Undaunted Five True Stories from World War II Undaunted is a brief collection pages of five true stories of heroes from World War II who served in the U S Army the U S Army Air Corps the U S Marines and the U S Merchant Marines These storie

  • Title: Undaunted: Five True Stories from World War II
  • Author: J. Pepper Bryars
  • ISBN: 9781301971657
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Undaunted is a brief collection 34 pages of five true stories of heroes from World War II who served in the U.S Army, the U.S Army Air Corps, the U.S Marines, and the U.S Merchant Marines.These stories are from both theaters European and Pacific and they span the length of the war First we meet a young artillery officer who devises a plan to keep the Japanese atUndaunted is a brief collection 34 pages of five true stories of heroes from World War II who served in the U.S Army, the U.S Army Air Corps, the U.S Marines, and the U.S Merchant Marines.These stories are from both theaters European and Pacific and they span the length of the war First we meet a young artillery officer who devises a plan to keep the Japanese at bay while besieged in the Philippines Then we walk beside a soldier who loses his leg after the infamous Bataan Death March Next we leap from a crippled plane with a bombardier in the skies over Nazi occupied France, then sail with a Merchant Seaman through the U boat infested waters of the Mediterranean, and finally stand with an awestruck Marine in the middle of downtown Nagasaki.Undaunted adds the tales of these courageous men to the historic record of American bravery and sacrifice during World War II.

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    One thought on “Undaunted: Five True Stories from World War II”

    1. Great memories!I enjoyed reading Mr. Bryars' short stories very much. The fact that he interviewed all but one participant himself, it's not hearsay or passed on. The stories are short and to the point. He brought out things that I didn't know such as the radiation that affected our troops as well.

    2. Too shortThe short stories in this volume were well written, but they were entirely too short. There were many questions that many readers would normally have that weren't answered.

    3. Very interesting book and easy read.In some cases, a little more information would have been better. Still enjoyed it very much. Any one of the stories could easily be a book itself.

    4. Good war storiesAll the stories are of very brave men who sacrificed much to protect our freedom and way of life. All these men are a testament to ordinary men doing extraordinary feats.

    5. An interesting short read, containing five stories of heroic action. It would have been nice for these stories to have been made a little longer. It was interesting to read in the 'Biographies' as to what became of these men.

    6. I read this looking for short stories for class- they are ok but not as detailed as i was looking for.

    7. Good short storiesVery good short reads !! And don't really no what more toy it was entertaining and that's it really c

    8. Our father's warIt gave me a great perspective as a baby boomer totry and understand what our father faced in combat.

    9. Good Read. .I found the real life characters to be interesting, and the true stories to be humbling. Fast paced reading that keeps you turning the pages.

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