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Title : Unsung Ordinary Men
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ISBN : 9780733625244
Format Type : e-Book
Number of Pages : 384 Pages
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Unsung Ordinary Men Reviews

  • Will
    2019-02-12 17:51

    A very good book about Austalia, her soldiers of both World Wars, and especially those who were prisoners of the Japanese in Thailand and Burma. Sally Dingo, I believe, began to write a book about her father, and found that she had to write about the men he served with. Most of the POWs he served with are gone, as is he. The written record of his service is sparse, and he did not share his obvious acts of courage and leadership with his family. Case in point, his return home was delayed after the war several months because he was a witness in a major war crimes trial. A trial he never spoke about and that his daughter only found out about after both her parents were gone.While this is not the book she set out to write, it is a fine book nevertheless. It is also a reminder that we must cherish our veterans, especially of World War II, and have them speak of their lives now, while they are yet with us. For example, my Dad was 17 when he went in the US Navy in 1944. He will be 85 this year. And he is a young veteran of that war.

  • Amanda Tovell
    2019-02-13 13:27

    important topic but unfortunately I found the author's style of writing difficult to read