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Allen Posted - 09/24/2015 : 1:51:01 PM
Memories of Raymond H. Stauner "Honoring Our Family's War Hero
Authors: Irene Teresa Stauner Michener and Betty Ann Michener Callahan
Publicaton date: 2015
For inquiries or requests Contact Betty Callahan
ISBN # 978-9888454-4
Review by Allen Klingelhoets
cost: 20 dollars

This is a book about real life person Raymond H. Stauner
Private First Class, U.S. Army
Died: Sept. 16th, 1944
Heckhuscheid, Germany
110th Infantry Regiment
28th Infantry Division
Company "C"
Awarded the Purple Heart

I found this 210 page book to be very educational read. It was about one of my cousins who was killed in WW II. He was only 20 years old when killed by bullet to neck. The book is wrote by Raymond's Sister and niece.

The end cover says:
Travel back in time during WWII and discover the patriotism, courage and love for country and family, as a young man from Almena, Wisconsin, together with countless other young men, boldly stood forward to defend our Country. Hear the heartfelt stories as family members recall priceless memories of love for their brother, Raymond Stauner. Follow the daily steps of the soldiers of the 110th Infantry, known for their ability to band together for the purpose of fighting for our country. Visit the grave-site where Raymond is laid to rest at Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery. Finally, embrace the love of family as the daily V-Mail communications reveal the true importance of family, home and God.

I think this would make interesting comic book adaption. The book is told from present day perspective looking back at Raymond's life until death. The main focus though is from his life in Service to Country.

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