Patriots and Heroes, Volume 1
Glencannon Press, Jan 1, 2000 - History - 298 pages
World War II could not have been won without them. The Merchant Marine sailed into battle zones from Guadalcanal to Normandy; Murmansk to Okinawa carrying troops and ammo, food and jeeps, medicines and bullets for the Army, the Navy and our Allies.
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