Humor: A WWII Veteran’s Favorite Weapon

Dick Bailey nudges his wheelchair next to the podium. Summoning the little remaining strength he has in each arm, he presses against the chair to stand. An aide places an arm under Dick’s elbow and guides him to a tall chair behind the microphone. “I’m not as feeble as I look,” Dick says with his gravely voice. “I spoke to this group some months ago, … Continue reading Humor: A WWII Veteran’s Favorite Weapon

Brothers, Rivals, Victors

At two inches thick, weighing two pounds, and holding seven hundred pages between its covers, Brothers, Rivals, Victors is an imposing book, nearly as big and proud as the three men it portrays. For anyone interested in World War II, the book is a must read, an entertaining and compelling story of three of the men who led the Allies to victory and who remain larger … Continue reading Brothers, Rivals, Victors