“SOLDIERS’ STORIES” VOL. 2, by the Miller Family, REVIEW

Being as this post was hidden to so many, I am reblogging this myself.

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Soldiers’ Stories, Vol. II

After reading the Miller Family’s first volume OF SOLDIERS’ STORIES, I was excited to receive Volume # 2. I was not disappointed.

Not only was I, as usual, proud to see 4 pages of my own Father’s stories in print, but even discovered another member of the 11th Airborne Division represented among the other memoirs.

Most of my readers tell me that they find the personal stories and letters from my father and other veterans to be their favorite posts. In this book, readers are privileged to have over 300 pages of such tales.

The many photographs give you a personal perspective, both humorous and educational, of a time that dramatically altered the entire world. Men and women alike are included in this well constructed journal for the generation we are so quickly losing.

Every branch of service, in each theater of operation, is represented…

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Posted on May 4, 2021, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 34 Comments.

  1. Congratulations! You must be beaming with pride. My salute to you and your hero dad!

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  2. Dear GP
    that must be GREAT seeing your father’s story in print. You can be very proud of your father. We suppose your dad doesn’t live anymore. He would have been very proud of you as well.
    Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
    Keep well and take care
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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    • Fab Four,
      Dad always said he was proud of me, but Lord only knows why! 😕 I could list hundreds of reasons why I was proud of him, and not just his service.
      Thank you for dropping by.
      I wish you all a terrific weekend as weekend as well!

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  3. That’s just wonderful!

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  4. It’s wonderful these stories are being collected. When I found a slight mention of my uncle in a WWII story, I was pleased, I am sure it made your heart proud to have your dad honored.

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    • I feel as though I managed to make him somewhat immortal. Hopefully wonderful books like this will never end up on the banned books list, as so many classics have already.

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  5. This is wonderful, GP. Thanks for reblogging it. Have a wonderful Day. Hugs.

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  6. How wonderful that they included memories of your father in their book. These written treasures will last a long, long time.

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  7. How amazing to see your dad’s story in print!!

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  8. I feel better reading your introduction. I actually found the original post first and then this one.

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  9. Years ago Reader’s Digest put out of couple of books of true short stories from WW2. They were a great read. They didn’t glorify things, but there was definitely accounts of true Heroism and what many of these guys went through.

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  10. Thank you for sharing, GP! Will head over to read, and take a note on this, for later research. Have a nice week! Michael

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  11. It showed up this morning (only a day late). Did tech support find it or was it a scheduling oops? ((‘ve had more of those than I care to admit).

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  12. You must be happy with the memories of your father in “memories volume 2”.It must gives you a good feeling

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  13. Thank you, Tommy.


  14. Thank you, Ned.

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