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Monday, March 31 2003
My husband is US Air Force, and I am a dedicated military wife. Both myself and my husband have read this book from cover to cover and the sense of pride we feel is enormous. We are ordering it for a soldier in the current conflict. Maybe it will help him through the times to come, and make him realise that his service is very much appreciated by us.

– Annita Wolf from AFNORTH, Brunssum, Netherlands.

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Monday, March 31 2003
Bravo. I salute you and all those who honor our brave veterns. As a lover of anthologies--
I run www.AnthologiesOnline.com
I believe this one's a real winner.
Best Wishes,
Amy Jenkins

– Amy Jenkins

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Sunday, March 23 2003
I was born in 1972, So I dont remember most wars or conflicts. This book has really deepened my respect for Veterans. I could not believe spending several years away from home the way that many have.

– Scott Tucker from Middletown, Ohio, USA.

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Saturday, March 8 2003
WW11 Veteran, five Campaigns in a Inf. Div. Author of The Hunter and The Hunted.A Combat Soldier's Story. Book can be ordered at above address.From Pvt. to Platoon Sgt when war ends in Austria,at Landsbrg. Ben Palmer

– Bennett J. Palmer from Holland New York, U.S.A..

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Saturday, March 8 2003
I read the book twice and probably will again. Thank you for publishing!

– Larry Hager from Avenel, New Jersey, USA.

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Thursday, February 20 2003
I just ordered the book. I am looking forward to reading it. Thank You for making this available.

Job Well Done

– David "Doof" Christensen from Aberdeen, Washington, USA.

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Thursday, February 13 2003
swweet kisses

– susi

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Wednesday, January 29 2003
I am trying to help my father locate some men that served in the Philippines with him in WWII. My father is Frank Eugene "Gene" Jordan aka "Doc" and he was a medic with the 37th Infantry Division, 129th Regimen, 3rd BTN, Company I, medical detachment in WWII. He is 81 years old now (1/2003). Any information on men that served with him would be appreciated.

– Burnadette Jordan from Attica Indiana, USA.

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Tuesday, January 28 2003
Great idea, great records,great book! While much of war is grim - it's good to read of the humorouis incidents. I'll look forward to your next collection. Ed Green - US Coast Guard 1942-46. Mostly convoy duty/ North Atlantic aboard USS Machias PF53 & USS Gordon AP117

– Edward A. Green from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

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Tuesday, January 28 2003
The years I spent in the Army from Jan 1987 to Jul 8,1996 were the best years of my life. It is strange to see that we are still fighting a war that happened 12 years ago, but thats the way it goes. I don't think anyone was prepared for 9/11/01. It took a lot of us by surprise. I read "Chicken Soup for the Veteran," and it praised a lot of Marines. I think all the services must work together to win these wars.

God Bless
Carol

– Carol D. Thomas from Colorado Springs, CO, USA.

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Friday, January 17 2003
My husband served in Viet-Nam, Lebanon, Beirut and Grenada. What an emotionally packed "welcome home" this book was! Thank you, thank you!

Penny Davis

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Monday, January 6 2003
I'm happy to see our veteran's being honored in a Chicken Soup book! The stories are great and these men and women certainly deserve our support and appreciation! Please visit my website to see how you can help support troops deployed now in OEF. Thanks!

Karen Briggs from Buffalo, NY, USA.

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Tuesday, December 31 2002
I really enjoyed readind the stories especially the "NOW I LAY ME DOWN TO SLEEP" it really affected me in a way none of the other stories did. I was a 16 yr old merchant seaman in WWII in the Atlantic & Pacific war zones and a Korean War veteran twice in the Navy. Will look for the sequel with pleasure.

Don Ellwood from Pendleton. IN, USA.

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Tuesday, December 31 2002
Even after I joined the Marine Corps and have served over 3 years, I still managed to find new appreciation for my country's military with this book, "Chicken Soup for the Veteran's Soul". Great site...

Hoorah! ! !

Cpl Gonzalez, Rey

Rey Gonzalez from Brownsville, TX, USA.

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Friday, November 15 2002
I love this web site it made me change my way of thinking thanks to all veterens

Jennifer Gonzalez from San Diego California , United States.

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Friday, October 18 2002
I have enjoyed every one of your books. Thank you for making a special request to send me a copy of Chicken Soup for the Veteran's Soul all the way to Canada. I'm sure I will enjoy this one too!

Heather Woodley from Milton, Ontario , Canada.

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Wednesday, September 11 2002
I have never discused the things I did in this war with anyone. I was embarrased. After visiting, I cried like a baby. My kids did not know what was wrong, my wife did. Now I shout to the world that I am proud to have fought for my country in Vietnam.

Joseph M. Willoughy from Batesburg, South Carolina, United States.

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Monday, September 2 2002
A click in your page gives inspiration to all.

Nida Garas from Baguio, Philippines.

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Tuesday, March 5 2002
I enjoyed this book very much and appreciate those who shared their stories. I hope there will be more books like this. I cried many times reading many of the stories. God Bless, a Korea Vet.

Vance Wigington from Rogers Ar, USA.

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Thursday, February 28 2002
Hello, I am in the process of interviewing WWII VETS for their oral histories

I am looking for a questionaire that would be appropriate for bothU>S> Vets and Allied Poles who served in the British 8th and home army . Any help you can supply would be appreciated. Thank you Jamie Sterling

Jamie Sterling

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Saturday, February 23 2002
The stories brought many memories. Hope that you will write another one soon. Have already passed it around to others in mt VVA Chapter, of which they also enjoyed. It helps to add closure to certain momunts in you lives as young men and women.

Louie F. Thomas from Mogadore, OH, USA.

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Saturday, February 23 2002
I have really had a great time reading your book and I love the stories very much. I hope you would continue on making inspiring stories that have really touched our lives and have given us valuable and treasured lessons that we will be using and remembering as we travel through life.. Good luck and God Speed!! : )

Pearl Angelie from Davao City, Philippines.

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Saturday, February 9 2002
SINGING AGAIN - AVAILABLE FOR VIETNAM VETERAN REUNIONS AND SHOWS. WE WERE THERE FOR YOU IN NAM AND WE ARE HERE FOR YOU NOW - PERFORMING THE MUSIC FROM THE 60's and 70's.

Linda and Jeanie Carpenter had a dream to be of service to their country during the Vietnam war. Their dream came true as The Hilltop Singers sang their way into the hearts of the servicemen in Southeast Asia bringing the coffeehouse music to them. I hope you enjoy our website and seeing the pictures from our shows.

LINDA *&* JEANIE
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LINDA*&*JEANIE from NASHVILLE*&*THE FLORIDA KEYS, USA.

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Saturday, February 9 2002
Through the internet I found my fellow airmen,14th AF, China, after 53 years. My life was truly enriched via this reunion, and your book is frosting on the cake. The memories of WW2 are both sad and happy, but priceless.
My thanks to all contributors of this fine piece.

Tom Flanagan from Topeka, Kansas, USA.

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Friday, February 8 2002
Enjoyed this web-site very much. Good Luck
WW2-Vet-87th-Golden Acorn
Infantry Division
Hello From Bayonne N.J.

Jim Hennessey from Bayonne New Jersey, U.S.A..

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Friday, February 8 2002
I thank you also. I'm an interviewer of vets and defense plant workers of the WWII era for the American Airpower Heritage Museum's Oral history department. I've taped hundreds of experiences for the CAF/AAHM. They send out a free copy of the interview to the interviewees . Many of those I contact do not want to be interviewed for many reasons, one being, they don't want recurring nightmares of those events they were involved in, and I don't pressure them. I oftentimes become very frustrated, but I keep on trying, because I'm doing this, not for me, but for history. The program survives on donations: funds I don't have privy to; my time is my donation. There are other volunteers in the program. Those who don't understand why I continue to do it, think I'm nuts. Until I can't find any more WWII-era prospects, I will continue, no matter what comments I receive. This has been difficult to put into words. Thank you.

Bruce Boitz-Furu from Virginia Minnesota, US of A!.

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Friday, February 8 2002
Great site! Great book! And many thanks for sharing the inspiration of this book with our homeless veterans in San Pedro, California. You're on a noble mission, my friend.

Matt Davison from San Pedro, CA, USA.

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Friday, February 8 2002
I purchased the CS for the VS the first day it appeared at the book store. I had known it was coming and eagerly awaited it's arrival.
It was well worth the wait. Thank you for a great, refreshing, meaningful book.

John L. Jacobsen from Bismarck, North Dakota, US of A.

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Friday, February 8 2002
As the wife of a Sailor I can say that this book is inspiring!!! It made me believe t hat no matter what the odds, you can over come anything.

Nichole Defoe from Sterling, Illinois, USA.

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Friday, February 8 2002
You have done a good job with this site

Wally Hoffman from Olympia, WA 98503, UA.

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Friday, February 8 2002
i just wished that these fine Men and Women got half the respect that the FDNY/PDNY are getting..where was the American respect for these people who served in southeast asia! God Bless all of you that did and that are making this effort to present YOUR stories!

rich dandrea from sunset beach, NC, USA.

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