2 edition of One 11 millionth of a war found in the catalog.
One 11 millionth of a war
|Other titles||One eleven millionth of a war|
|Statement||Frank Maleckas, Jr.|
|Genre||Personal narratives, American., Biography.|
|LC Classifications||D790.253 307th .M35 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||201 p. :|
|Number of Pages||201|
|LC Control Number||2005271798|
When World War II hero Henry “Red” Erwin returned to Alabama in , he was barely recognizable, with severe burns all over his body. He feared that his wife, whom he had met at a church. Editor’s note: Part of a series detailing the information local newspaper readers received during the last 11 days of World War II about the events home and abroad during those pivotal days
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