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Since the 2001 posthumous transcription and release of his fathers World War II memoir, Breathes There A Soldier, L.G. Heatley has followed that work with In the Name of Freedom. The first volume in the series, comprising first person accounts of World War II, as told by veterans from all branches of service and theaters of operation, presents each chapter as a separate veterans wartime experience. From the frigid forests of France and Belgium to the bloody sands of Saipan and Peleliu In the Name of Freedom is a testament of the war from those who were there. Few books have been written which capture the detailed viewpoint of the fighting enlisted man of the era. There are no battle overviews or campaign summaries from combat strategists in this book. The reader will take a journey through the war with each veteran, to places of tragedy, triumph and turmoil, where human kindness overcame brutality, despite the odds.
They were the American enlisted servicemen of World War II. These are their experiences.