Our Side of the Story

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Trafford, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 233 pages
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This Trilogy is a nonfiction narrative, Family Memoir presented as an op-ed piece to Tom Browkaws "The Greatest Generation." I'm giving a lively report of the confrontations with the pathos of the Depression, war build-up, 2 brothers and I fighting in WWII, and surviving Quadacanal. The book explores a can-do attitude, caring and sharing, make do with less and belief that where there is opportunity there is HOPE. Achievement is possible and easier than you thought. Giving and sharing is a duty: have abiding faith and defend your beliefs.

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This is an excellent book that gives a very close picture of rural life in a southern American state during the depression. It is also the story of how a young man, whose father died at an early age, along with two older brothers, pulled themselves up by the bootstraps to leave happy productive lives.
Definitively a must read for anyone studying life during the depression. Also excellent for those doing genealogical research on the Dudley family name. Many names and brief data on over fifty family members from this big rural Georga Dudley family.
 

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