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World War II Heroes (2007)

by Alan Zullo

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Ten good stories about some of the real heroes of WW2 ( )
  jamespurcell | Mar 5, 2014 |
Ten True Tales of World War II Heroes is such a great book. If you are looking for an easy and exciting read, this is the book for you! Because this book is a collection of some of the most exciting stories ever, your heart will be racing throughout this whole book. With some of these amazing stories about some of the most amazing heroes you can put this book down. And because each story is only about 20 pages you will never get bored. The author definitely included the best stories and some of them were truly amazing! If you haven’t already I suggest you pick up this book and start reading right away, you wont be able to put it down.

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During World War II, everyday citizens fought for our country to protect and preserve the values that made America great. Many of them found incredible courage they didn't know they had in firefights in the bombed-out fields of France, in dogfights over the flak-filled skies of Belgium, and in hand-to-hand combat on the bloody beaches of Okinawa.

Among the heroes, you'll read about the colonel who led his Rangers up a 100-foot-high cliff while the Nazis were firing down on them... the teenage Marine who dived on two exploding grenades to save his fellow soldiers-and lived... the airman who was blinded and wounded from an attack by German planes yet helped save the crew of his crippled bomber.
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