The Wisconsin Connection Robert H. Frankenstein

ISBN: 9781412068802

Published: November 4th 2005


148 pages


The Wisconsin Connection  by  Robert H. Frankenstein

The Wisconsin Connection by Robert H. Frankenstein
November 4th 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 148 pages | ISBN: 9781412068802 | 8.26 Mb

This is the true story of WW II soldiers, one little boy, and home front war production workers, all struggling to survive in an obscure, small, Wisconsin town. It is the story of local GIs who lived and fought side by side with the future most powerful leader of the post war world thus creating a fascinating, incredible, but true history of ordinary people doing great things.

It is about children and farmers who made the difference between winning and losing the war, and about heroic women who are still revered 65 years later for their efforts.This foxhole experienced author was a youngster during World War II. He so respected these small town folks that he gathered and compiled articles from local newspapers and magazines, interviewed the living from those times, and preserved their experiences as a snapshot of history.This book is not for the weak of heart War is real and blood red and so are the living stories in this book. Hundreds of men and women served during the turbulent times of WWII from this tiny community in Wisconsin.

This book is 140 pages of bullet-proof fascinating reading

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