I Was There When It Happened (Google eBook)

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Xlibris Corporation, Jan 1, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 690 pages
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Contents

Introduction
13
Chapter 1
45
Chapter 2
51
Chapter 3
61
Chapter 4
67
Chapter 5
79
Chapter 6
88
Chapter 7
98
Chapter 29
306
Chapter 30
320
Chapter 31
336
Chapter 32
351
Chapter 33
371
Chapter 34
380
Chapter 35
384
Chapter 36
407

Chapter 8
104
Chapter 9
111
Chapter 10
130
Chapter 11
138
Chapter 12
154
Chapter 13
158
Chapter 14
161
Chapter 15
167
Chapter 16
175
Chapter 17
183
Chapter 18
190
Chapter 19
198
Chapter 20
209
Chapter 21
216
Chapter 22
222
Chapter 23
229
Chapter 24
246
Chapter 25
257
Chapter 26
269
Chapter 27
277
Chapter 28
295
Chapter 37
418
Chapter 38
437
Chapter 39
459
Chapter 40
475
Chapter 41
484
Chapter 42
507
Chapter 43
518
Chapter 44
534
Chapter 45
555
Chapter 46
559
Chapter 47
567
Chapter 48
589
Chapter 49
605
Chapter 50
612
Chapter 51
626
Chapter 52
649
Chapter 53
661
Chapter 54
685
Chapter 55
688
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About the author (2010)

Jimmy Lee Beasley Sr started his writing career as a sports writer for the Daily Clintonian, in Clinton Indiana. He's covered all levels of sports from junior high to Division 1 baseball. He's worked the NCAA levels in both D-3 and D-1. He's spent time as the After a stint with the Terre Haute Trib-Star he got into radio. He has always been a writer of sorts, and he's been interested in WWII nearly all his life. For his senior paper Jimmy wrote on the attack by the Japanese on Sunday 7, December 1941. He considers himself a historian, specializing in WWII. A near fatal automobile accident in 1992 left him disabled and unable to pursue his radio career. Jimmy became a full time writer in 1999. He is a single father of 6. His favorite writer is Clive Cussler, only his Dirk Pitt novel. The book covers the attack that Sunday morning in 1941, the story of the USS Indianapolis, the USS Juneau and more. Jimmy's main goal is to retell the stories so they may never happen again. "Jimmy can tell a story and when you hear it you think that he himself was there in the middle of the fight," said Capt. Thomas A Mcleish, pilot of the B-26 named the Powerful Katrina." Jimmy is already working on his next project: Tommy and Anita a true love story. Using love letters sent from 1939-1945.

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