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The Story Of The Sixteen Stories

“It’s Hard To Salute Standing In A Wall Locker” If you have a few minutes and really are interested in hearing how I got these WWII stories from 16 ladies, in all four branches of the military, in eleven states … Continue reading

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Three Great Reads by WWII Author/Humorist Peggy Lutz

Never Salute With A Broken Garter A collection of Peggy Lutz’s memories between the years of 1944 and 1946, primarily recounting life of a young woman doing her part for the War effort as a US Navy WAVE. Women Accepted … Continue reading

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