Naked in a Coat of Armor

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AuthorHouse, Apr 1, 2004 - Fiction - 308 pages
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Naked In A Coat of Armor is autobiographical fiction taken from experience but not altogether true.  It begins in 1888, before the time of the author's birth, and ends near the end of the millennium, giving us a full century's glimpses.  While it chronicles uncomfortable and sometimes horrible conditions, its tone is light hearted and entertaining, with turns of phrase that please the literary ear.

Mr. Aichroth's book reveals the hard facts of ordinary people's lives in both Germany and England before the war, camaraderie and struggles among flyboys during active duty, young love, and adulthood punctuated by tragedy and imaginative leaps.

The reader does not so much hear about these events as lives them, making this book one that readers of fiction and nonfiction alike will enjoy.

 

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Contents

Parti
1
Chapter 10
101
Part 2
107
Chapter 12
121
Chapter 13
137
Chapter 14
149
Chapter 15
161
Chapter 16
177
Chapter 21
228
The Kid Next Door
231
Chapter 22
239
Shower
241
Nightmare
243
Poetry
244
Aud
247
Lottery
248

Fart 3
193
Chapter 17
195
Chapter 18
202
Chapter 19
209
Chapter 20
217
Observation
224
Halloween
250
Chapter 23
253
Adventure
258
Chapter 24
273
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