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Into Life's School : My World War II Memories

by Clifford Digre

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615282296, Paperback)

What happens when a small-town kid from rural America is called up to serve his country in the Army Corps in England during World War II? Clifford B. Digre from Hendricks, Minnesota, leaves his roots to travel across America and the world as he learns the lessons of "Life's School." --- This book describes what it was really like to fly into battle with the 8th Ari Force in World War II. This is a gripping and original account of one man's journey and the everyday drama of the 475th Bomb Group in action. In this true-life story, Cliff Digre hits us in the heart at close range, and we are all the better for it -Randal Stuttman, son of crew member

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:00:41 -0400)

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