We recently heard from the National Archives. The Archives has accepted my latest work, The French and Indian war. The latest work has pushed me over the five million words published and each of the works has ben selected by the National Archives. Not too bad for the world’s most unknown author.
Meanwhile, with school once again getting close, if the subject is U. S. Historty (From the French and Indian war to the Korean War, you might want to visit our blog to check it out and get one of the books from your local library.
The Books: Forts of the United States; The Korean War; Leaders of the American Revolution; Chronology of the American Revolution; Portrait of the Stars and Stripes (covers period 1770s through the end of World war One; Portrait of the Stars and Stripes Volume II (World War II) and the Story of the American Flag, known as my military sidekick.
The major wars are covered on a daily basis. Check out the battles and the men who fought them. You can check on the 6,000 forts established from the beginning of the country until the end of the nineteenth century. You can folow the generals and admirals and even a regiment. You can follow the U.S. Armed forces and realize why the United States is the greatest nation on earth and why tyrants will never rule the world as long as the Stars and Stripes remains at the mast.
My guess is that you also realize the magnificent deeds performed by her warriors in defenseof freedom, that the press has a tendency to omit from there publications.
The Stars and Stripes is more than a nation’s colors. She is the symbol of the countless millions of Americans that have sacrificed to save many nations, including France, Italy, England from defeat in two World Wars.
You are part of the great legacy. Be proud and support your Armed Forces. They keep you and your families free.
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