Battle for Peleliu, 1944

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Battle for Peleliu, 1944

Post by Patricia0714 » 07 Nov 2019 13:57

My husband, Carl Lyren, was a WWII Marine combat veteran and professional writer who authored a definitive account of the horrific battle for Peleliu in the South Pacific. Last year, Amazon Kindle published his book, "Dogged Courage: The Struggle for Peleliu, 1944." It is a detailed description of one of the most forgotten battles of the Pacific, and includes original interviews with battle participants and planners, as well as material from action reports, narratives, war diaries, and Japanese sources.

It is a worthy book, and I want it read, so I am making "Dogged Courage" available FOR FREE in honor of our veterans on the days leading up to the Marine Corps Birthday and Veterans Day. It can be read on Kindle e-readers, or on any phone, tablet, or computer that has the free Kindle app installed. The book can be downloaded for free from Amazon between November 7-11 at the following link: https://www.amazon.com/Dogged-Courage-S ... PN3/ref=sr

Feel free to share this link with others. Semper Fi!

Pat Lyren

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Re: Battle for Peleliu, 1944

Post by Carl Schwamberger » 05 Dec 2019 15:08

Thanks for the information.

Carl Schwamberger
Major USMC Ret.

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