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Remember those who fought for our country by reading one of these books.
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Remembering Those Who Have Fought




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    Voices of Veterans

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    War Is... - Patty Campbell (Editor); Marc Aronson (Editor)
    Call Number: 810.8 WAR
    Presents an anthology of fiction, speeches, poems, and essays about the nature of war by such contributors as Rita Williams-Garcia, Mark Twain, Bob Dylan, Ernie Pyle, and Helen Benedict.

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    Above the Dreamless Dead - Chris Duffy (Editor)
    Call Number: GN 940.3 ABO
    A collection of World War I British trench poetry by poets such as Wilfred Owen, Rudyard Kipling, and Thomas Hardy, reinterpreted in graphic novel format by cartoonists such as Garth Ennis, Phil Winslade, and Katherine and Stuart Immonen.

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    Code Name Pauline - Pearl Witherington Cornioley; Kathryn J. Atwood
    Call Number: 921 COR
    World War II resistance fighter Pearl Witherington Cornioley describes her experiences as a special agent for the British Special Operations Executive (SOE).

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    Dear America - Bernard Edelman (Editor); John McCain (Foreword by)
    Call Number: 959.7 DEA
    Contains letters and poems written to families and friends by soldiers expressing their homesickness and the horrors of war.

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    War - Sebastian Junger
    Call Number: 958.1 JUN
    A combat narrative based on journalist Sebastian Junger's experiences in Afghanistan in 2007 and 2008, during which he spent time intermittently embedded with a platoon of the 173rd Airborne brigade in Korengal Valley.


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