Author: Ken Wiley
ISBN 978-1-949756-95-1 (hardcover)
America was a Christian nation and responded to the call from the free world, being slaughtered and enslaved by brutal Dictators and War Lords. Caught unprepared with an Army and with a demolished Navy, they were not only the underdog, but almost a no-show.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
KEN WILEY WAS BORN IN 1925 and grew up in the depression of the 30s. He was one of five brothers in WW II. He was a Cox'n of an LCVP, off the Attack Transport, USS Author Middleton, APA-25 for 20 months in the Pacific, making seven invasion campaigns. Ken is president of The Appalachian High Country World War II Roundtable; organized THE LOCAL VETERANS VIIDEO MUSEUM and Co-Hosts the Veterans Voice, TV show. After the war, he used his GI bill to attend Hillsboro College, Texas A&M University and Finish his engineering work at Oklahoma State University. He serves as president of the AHCWW II Roundtable and Co-Hosts a television show VETERANS VOICE. He and his fellow WW II veterans speak to students regularly. He is married, has six daughters, ten grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
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