Almost Forgotten: The Men from the Bridgeville and South Fayette Area Who Lost Their Lives While Serving in the Military

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AuthorHouse, Jan 20, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 284 pages
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            At least 107 men from the Bridgeville and South Fayette area  perished while serving our country in the military as early as the Civil War and as recently as the Vietnam War. The book documents who they were, where they lived, who their parents and siblings were, the conflict in which they served, their branch of service, when and where they perished,  and where they are buried or memorialized.  However, it goes beyond these details by relating anecdotes and human interest stories concerning the casualties, their friends, and their families. The author shares his memories of the men who perished,  the conflicts in which they served, and his family's connection to the various conflicts. Hundreds of men and women who contributed information to the author are acknowledged. The book unveils many interesting findings. For example,  Alexander Asti perished with the “Five Sullivan Brothers” when the Japanese sank the light cruiser USS Juneau at Guadacanal during World War 2. Most importantly, it resurrects the memory of these men who sacrificed their lives to preserve our liberty and freedom!

 

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Contents

List of Bridgeville and South Fayette Area Men Who Lost
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The Men Who Lost Their Lives Their Families Their
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Conclusion
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