Home Of The Brave

Home Of The Brave

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Author: Les Rolston
Length: 206 page(s)
Language: English
Written: Oct 2015
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Category: Biographies & Memoirs » Historical biography  |  Work: Sonstiges
Keywords: American civil war, history, immigration, medal of honor, humanities

Taken directly from affidavits stored at the National Archives...

Taken directly from affidavits stored at the National Archives in Washington, District of Columbia, immigrant soldiers and witnesses attest to the events that resulted in 26 soldiers of these soldiers being awarded the medal of honor.


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Les Rolston | Author on XinXii.com

Member since: July 2015
Publications on XinXii:  3
Les Rolston was born in 1954 and has studied American history for most of his adult life. His greatest interest is in the lives of ordinary people, who in times of crisis go on to do extraordinary deeds.

His first book, Lost Soul described his efforts to preserve the unmarked grave site of a Confederate soldier buried in Rhode Island. Les is the author of Long Time Gone: Neighbors Divided by Civil War and Home of the Brave: Selected Short Stories Of Immigrant Medal Of Honor Recipients Of The Civil War.

A Pea Coat Goes Home is a son’s tribute to his father’s memory. This is the story of a military pea coat issued in 1942 and of the bond that is created between a father and son. When a pea coat is found in the back of a closet many years after his father’s passing, memories are stirred, stories remembered, and a legacy is restored through the threads of a pea coat.

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