FeedARead Authors recall their relatives heroic war experiences

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Thursday October 8, 2015 at 11:09pm
What’s often really interesting re some books is how it can often put people in touch from different walks of life. For example, FeedARead author Peter Stokes book No Ordinary Life - about his father’s revelation on his deathbed that he had been a founding member of the SAS - led to contacts from those who had known his father during the war.

More recently, FeedARead author William J Sharpe’s “Massacre and Murder in Le Paradis” – about an SS massacre of British troops in 1940 – led to a reader getting in touch whose British Lieutenant father was mentioned in the book. This shows the great power of print-on-demand publishing to commemorate and record heroic acts which might otherwise be forgotten to history.


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