THE HOUSE OF MEMORY: Reflections on Youth and War
An engaging, funny, and tender memoir by a 90-year-old man who grew up poor in an Ireland and Brooklyn that now exist only in memory. He served as a Navy commando in the China/Burma/India theater in WWII. His story is a tribute to one of the many waves of immigrant families who have struggled, endured and enriched our country. Photos.
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