The Day I Fired Alan Ladd and Other World War II Adventures

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University of Missouri Press, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 131 pages
 

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THE DAY I FIRED ALAN LADD: and Other World War II Adventures

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Whimsical, at times poignant memoir of the WWII.Hotchner (Louisiana Purchase, 1996, etc.) provides an example of an all but vanished "laughter-in-uniform" genre that grew from America's last widely ... Read full review

The day I fired Alan Ladd and other World War II adventures

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World War II created many heroes who have been the subjects of popular biographies and memoirs. But for every hero, there were hundreds who performed their patriotic duty in anonymity. Author and ... Read full review

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THREE
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FOUR
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FIVE
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SIX
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SEVEN
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EIGHT
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ELEVEN
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TWELVE
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THIRTEEN
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FOURTEEN
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FIFTEEN
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SIXTEEN
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SEVENTEEN
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EIGHTEEN
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NINE
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TEN
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NINETEEN
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