A Different Kind of War Story by Edward M. Arnett
A Conscientious Objector in World War II

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"Summary of A Different kind of War Story-
a Quaker conscientious objector in WWII
The book carries the writer through his experiences in WWII as a draftee into Civilian
Public Service ( CPS ), the official structure for handling conscientious objectors ( COs ) . Among his various assignments to CPS camps and projects are that to the Forest Service Smokejumper unit where he parachuted into remote areas of the Rockies to put out small forest fires before they become big.
Also , of special interest is his description of transferring
1, 200 wild horses on a cargo ship to Poland as aid for reestablishing Polish agriculture and some observations on Poland under the Soviet occupation during the early years of the cold war .
Total 111 words not counting title.

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Published May 3, 2012 by Xlibris. 130 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction

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