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Additional Resources for Kilroy by Peter Viereck

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Kennett, Lee, G.I. : The G.I.: American Soldier in World War II, Warner Books, 1987.

This account covers a soldier's experience from boot
camp to military discharge. It includes such minute
details as what GIs ate as well as a broad discussion
on the mental and emotional states of American soldiers
fighting in Europe, Asia, and the South Pacific.



Osgood, Charles, ed., Kilroy Was Here: The Best American Humor from World War II, Hyperion, 2001.

This is television journalist Charles Osgood's collection
of some of the best humor writing to come
out of the Second World War. It has been said that
much of the tragedy of battle is made bearable by
trying to find things to laugh at, and this is a wonderful
look at everything from veterans' funny memoirs
to classic lines which helped buoy the American
spirit through one of history's darkest times.






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