We are Leaving at a Rapid Rate is an appropriate title for this book. Veterans of WWII are rapidly leaving the scene. Many have already left. WWII will soon become history with no living witnesses. As a veteran of WWII at 84 years of age, the author decided to gather his thoughts and memories and write something to leave behind. This is not only about war. It covers before, during, and after WWII. As these thoughts and memories have come to his mind, he has put them on paper. Scattered throughout this book you will find humorous stories and quips, some true and others fictional. This humor will provide a bit of relaxation from the rigors of reality that are talked about in this book. The Introduction describes, in more detail, the contents of this book and the style in which it is written. It is a book that a person can read in one sitting, start anywhere, or stop anytime and resume reading later. It's a type of book that a person might even enjoy reading again.
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Published July 3, 2006
Literature & Fiction.