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We Interrupt This Broadcast …
A Veteran Looks Back On His WWII Tour Of Duty
Author Paul Sikorski.
Cover painting by Angela Serre
Editing, type and design by Karen Paul Stone
ISBN Case binding ISBN: 978-1-935186-93-9
Perfect binding: ISBN 978-1-935186-95-3
Publisher Waldenhouse Publishers, Inc.
Description 5.5 x 8.5 168 pages on 50# archival white; case bound $29.95; perfect bound $14.95
Availability June 2017
Order from Author: Paul Sikorski
Dogwood Forest #207
1754 Grayson Hwy.
Grayson, GA 30017
423-618-4438 vmailpaul@aol.com
Autobiographical account of a young man's transition from citizen to soldier in the United States Army Signal Corps in WWII, his tour of duty in Britain before D-Day and in France after, plus two epilogues of the post war period related to his war time service. It features 67 photographs.

Library of Congress Control Number 2017908266
Cover painting by Angela SerreEditing, type and design by Karen Paul Stone

BIO026000 BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY/Personal Memoirs
BIO008000 BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY/Military
HIS027100 HISTORY/
Military/World War II

 

 

 

About the Author:
Paul Sikorski is a 94 year old veteran who spent his childhood in Riverside, a suburb of Chicago, attended Fenwick High School in Oak Park and is a graduate of Northwestern University. He currently lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee. His chief interests are his family, his friends, his church, and the well being of his country.

Other books by this author:

  • As I Recall, an early history of Textile Rubber & Chemical Company
  • What Is Alliteration, Pleonasm, Verbiage or an O. Henry Ending?, a collection of words, phrases and idioms offered as a reference for anyone interested in creative writing
  • Wheels Up, essays on his eight decade romance with flying machines.
   
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