CAROL ADELE KELLY, a Cincinnati-based editor and writer, is project officer and copy editor of The Officer magazine of the Reserve Officers Association of the United States, where these stories originally appeared.
. . . Tells the tale of World War II through the eyes of every
military branch and every position . . . * -Cincinatti Tab - Forest
Hills Journal *
Voices of My Comrades provides great insight into the personal experiences and sacrifices of many members of the WWII generation, who by history and fate were handed extraordinary challenges, and who responded overwhelmingly to the call to duty. -- -Bob Dole
. . .[Kelly] has given voice to hundreds of World War II veterans in a book due out this month. * -Pittsburgh Catholic *
"Voices of my Comrades features so many exhilarating and untold accounts, it is as if the story of the war were being told for the first time. This book is an extraordinary achievement and a much-needed contribution to the canon of great World War II literature." -- -Andrew Carroll * editor of the New York Times bestsellers WAR LETTERS and BEHIND THE LINES *
Tracks the years of WWII through stories from 240 veterans. * -Publishers Weekly *
. . . Voices of My Comrades is a valuable resource for World War II scholars . . . * -The Journal of Military History *
"Voices of My Comrades is a compelling account of what took place during World War II in the words of those who were there. This collection of letters, stories and reminiscences of so many reveal the bravery, heroism and just plain determination shown by the men and women serving our country at such a critical point in history. A sobering reminder of what it means to fight for what you believe in." -- -Sara Horn, author of the Gold Medallion-nominee, A Greater Freedom: Stories of Faith from Operation Iraqi Freedom, and publisher of AGreaterFreedom.com.
Voices of My Comrades illustrates the true global nature of World War II and the variety of duties that go into warfighting, from piloting gliders into chaotic landing zones behind enemy lines to getting the payroll ashore in Normandy. * -The Officer *