Heroes Cry Too: A WWII Ranger Tells His Story of Love and War

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"Heroes Cry Too," a first-person dialogue, is the story of Captain Warren Evans - a WWII 1st Battalion Ranger. It is a tale of determination and fortitude describing a poor South Dakota boy’s struggle to feed his family and just stay alive. It is a story of love between a young soldier and the love-of-his-life, Frances Wheeler - a love that would survive three years of separation and months of not knowing. It is a war epic, battle after battle laden with close calls for the hero while others die around him. And finally, it is the remarkable reliving of a seasoned soldier’s capture and the surprising prison days that followed, his daring escape, recapture, and then the giant emotional effort to survive the brutal treatment his captor’s unleashed on him. Read "Heroes Cry Too" and experience the sacrifices given so freely by Evans and a group of America's finest sons - the WWII Rangers!

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Marcia Moen and Margo Heinen, twin sisters, were raised on a farm in western Minnesota, far from the reality of war and all its devastation. But sitting at the feet of their uncle, a WWII 5th Battalion Ranger - Captain Charles Parker, they heard him describe the battles and the escapades of the Rangers, and learned all about these unsung heroes and their undaunting courage. The authors are now dedicated to recording the stories of WWII veterans.

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Moen, Marcia, Heinen, Margo
Editore: Meadowlark Publishing, Inc. (2003)
ISBN 10: 0970525761 ISBN 13: 9780970525765
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Descrizione libro Meadowlark Publishing, Inc., 2003. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110970525761

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