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By Senior Action
Enjoy a flashback to the USO parties of yesteryear featuring big band music,a vintage atmosphere, great food and drink, and lots of swing and lindy hop dancing on June 6 at the Downtown Airport Hangar in Greenville South Carolina.
Rosie the Riveter, World War II Feminist Symbol, Celebrates Her Platinum Jubilee. Website Launched in Her Honor.
By The Wealthy Speaker Show
Short-form film documentary producer and film maker Patricia Weaver interview on The Wealthy Speaker Show to discuss her project, "I am One of The Children of The Greatest Generation," and meeting members of the Tuskeege Airmen in Paris, France.
World War II U.S. Navy dive bomber pilot Magnus 'Mac' Egge, still serving as an ordained Lutheran Christian minister, has his life story chronicled on a video documentary. A member of "The Greatest Generation", the pastor still wears "Wings of Gold".
By John Paul Godges
When author John Paul Godges spoke about his family memoir to senior citizens in Seal Beach, California, on May 14, 2011, it was a chance to pay tribute to those who have helped make America great.
By Strategic Book Group
November 3, 2010 - A true story, finally told. A unique account of World War II as seen through the eyes of a young American soldier and prisoner of war.
By George Eddy, author
You're never too old to learn new skills. At an age when many men are content to watch old movies on TV, George Eddy has just published his third book. Now, at the age of 89, he's got his own Web site and he's learning to use Facebook and Twitter.
By George Eddy, author
A dashing Naval Aviator. A lovely young airline hostess. A worldwide war. Impossible odds. This story has all the elements of a great romance novel, but it's real life.
By Proud Earth Music
As we begin to lose the men and women who served in the military in the dark days of World War II, it's imperative that we remember and honor their efforts and sacrifices for the cause of freedom.
By Cristin Frank / iUniverse
Last month unemployment rose above 8%, still far from the 30% in the early 1930’s. “In my day, poor people didn’t have shoes. Today, they don’t have cable,” said an elderly man who inspired Trimming the Blue Hairs by author Cristin Frank.
By Cristin Frank / iUniverse
New fiction novel depicts the social transformation of a cosmetologist building a business around the elderly. Trimming the Blue Hairs is poised to hit a home run with those who have been through the profound experience of caring for the elderly.
By Turner Publishing
Turner Publishing announces the new release, Historic Photos of World War II: Pearl Harbor to Japan by Bob Duncan. This 10 x 10 gift book showcases the pictorial narrative of the Pacific Theatre through stunning, culled-from-the-archives photos.

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