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Carl & Me & Wwii: A Husband And Wife's Experiences

Husband Carl Jaggers and I were both retired, and I was writing a column for "The Atkins Chronicle" with a variety of content when Carl died in 1995; however, I soon found that I could not get my mind on anything but him and our 55 years of life together. I wrote of his illness and death then concentrated on my traveling with him from the east to the west coast with two stations in between after h...

Hardcover: 196 pages
Publisher: Aventine Press (January 18, 2006)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 159330353X
ISBN-13: 978-1593303532
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 12490051
Format: PDF ePub djvu book

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joined the US Navy in 1944. When his ship sailed to the Pacific, I turned to his letters and quoted much from them. It filled my columns the rest of the year. I was told that it would make a good book, that the letters could stand alone, but, as I told that person, being who and what I am, I couldn't keep myself out of it. No other WWII story that I know of includes the wife; however, I have done so and will certainly allow the reader to judge. I didn't take time to piece the columns together until the present time. It is a true story as nearly as one can tell the truth. It contains no grand heroics, but gives an account of one sailor and one wife during the war.