A Portrait of the
"...staggering amount of information...not the usual nonsense by some egghead author about the whys and wherefores...it merely says what took place in brief straightforward terms."
General Al M. Gray, 29th Commandant, USMC Ret.:
"...rapid-paced and gripping chronicle...a factual depiction of the U.S. Military."
"...a virtual patriotic encyclopedia covering its chosen period."
Stars and Stripes (National Tribune):
"...unashamed, patriotic chronicle of America at war-stirring tribute...the heroes are back"
General P. X. Kelley, 28th Commandant, USMC, Ret:
"Volumes I and II, A Portrait of the Stars and Stripes are among the most important reference books on the armed forces ever written." "...excellent books..."
Vice Admiral William P. Lawrence, USN Ret., former Chief of Naval Personnel:
"...unabashedly patriotic...an utterly praiseworthy work...superb reference book."
Mr. John Lehman, former Secretary the Navy:
"A book for the times, when Americans are searchng for their roots and for inspiration..."
Major General George S. Patton, USA, Ret.:
"...magnificent..unique contribution to the history of the nation."
"A one-of-a-kind book, destined to be equally at home with the college scholar and the high school dropout."
Marine Corps Gazette:
"weighs in heavily on individual accomplishments...a reference to be savored."
Colonel Bill White, USMC Ret. Editor Leatherneck Magazine:
Two extraordinary books...no red-blooded citizen will find these books boring..."
Mr. Frank Rizzo (late), former Mayor Philadelphia, Pa.:
Outstanding...a comprehensive overview of the facts...a tremendous reference for teachers and students alike."
Armor (Fort Knox):
"...a patriotic experience...gives accurate coverage to individuals on both sides of the conflict."
The Bookreader (San Francisco):
"Unabashedly patriotic...the research is immense...an utterly praiseworthy work"
Savannah Morning News:
"A book for people who get tears in their eyes when the Flag goes by."
Mr. Henry "Bud" Shaw, Chief Historian, USMC, retired:
"A great work...superlative job that shows incredible research, stamina and drive."
General William C. Westmoreland, ret. Chief of Staff, U.S. Army:
"an accurate depiction of U.S. Military...serves worthy purpose for those interested in factual history."
Military, The Press of Freedom:
"...the reader will be overwhelmed by the facts...outstanding example of scholarly research."
The Friday Review (Dept. of Defense):
"these volumes are meant to be used by researchers and libraries...this is an astonishing achievement...the works deserve a prominent place in the nation's recorded history files."
Small Press Review:
"the coverage is encyclopedic and dramatic...can be read for an unforgetable journey through the war."
General Thomas Kelly, USA Ret.:
"a great book."
The Military Book Club (on Volume II):
"A massive and exceedingly thorough chronicle of the key militay events from 1919-1945...this is one of those you-have-to-see-for- yourself books. We believe you'll be as impressed as we are."
National Defense Magazine (Volume II):
"a monumental chronological compilation...day-by-day snapshots by theatre and it is crossed referenced in a 62 page index...splendid source for recalling the agony and glory of World War II."
Colonel Al Garland, Ret. Former Editor Infantry Magazine.
"Excellent Works-heart stirring. The books vividly portray the Americans on the battlefield...an unabashedly patriotic panorama that should be read by every American."
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