Tattooed on My Soul: Texas Veterans Remember World War II

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TATTOOED
Texas Veterans Remember World War II
ON MY SOUL

EDITED BY STEPHEN M. SLOAN,
LOIS E. MYERS, AND MICHELLE HOLLAND

Texas A&M University Press
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface Reflecting on the Meaning of World War II xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • There at the Start 1941–1942 1
  • Frank Curre Jr 7
  • Richard E. "Dick" Cole 19
  • George C. McDowell 30
  • Frank Morrow Pool 50
  • Herbert U. Stern 71
  • There in the Thick of It 1943–1944 91
  • Fred "Red" Harris 95
  • Oscar Norbert DucongÉ 121
  • Homer H. Martin Jr 134
  • Frances a. Hardisty 148
  • Edward F. Wegner 159
  • There at the End 1944–1945 173
  • Herman "Hank" Josephs 179
  • Ruth St. Claire Murphy 187
  • Bill Logue 198
  • John Valls 210
  • Henry Jackson "Jack" Flanders Jr 222
  • Hannibal "Doctor Joe" Jaworski 240
  • John Frank "Jack" Onion Jr 257
  • Index 275
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