Your Money & Your Credit: A Consumers Guide To Fighting Credit Bureaus, Creditors And Banks On Your Turf.

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AuthorHouse, Mar 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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This is the story of a few young men in the Great Depression and World War Two. It includes a smattering of the thirties, the early war years, then combat in the Pacific War. It concludes with a painful aftermath and a joyous reunion in 1995, which was the fiftieth anniversary of the final year of the war.

All of the combat sequences actually happened. I was a direct participant in most of them; the rest involved Marines nearby. I have changed the names and characteristics of all the major people in the story to avoid any possible embarrassment to survivors and their families. All events and dates are historically accurate, to the best of my knowledge. My own personal stories are described through the events involving the lead character, Joe, and again the characters have been changed so they couldn’t be recognized.

The first page of Chapter 1, which is in the Preview section, is literally the truth. All that is described there happened to me in April of 1995. I decided I needed to write the book that very day.

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