Normandy: A Father’s Ship and a Son’s Curiosity

NormandyPaper back book available here

“Normandy: A Father’s Ship and a Son’s Curiosity”. This is the real story of a small U.S. Navy patrol craft which initially battled German U-boats and ultimately found its way to the Battle of Normandy on D-day. It also includes the story of its crew, ordinary people from all walks of life, asked to do a task they had never imagined and doing it well. It includes actual quotes from former crewmembers and their family. People don’t remember now how scary those times were.

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One thought on “Normandy: A Father’s Ship and a Son’s Curiosity

  1. this book evolved from conversation between my husband and my father as he began to enter his years into the deepest of memories. My husband was once an infantryman and my father was in the navy in WWII, and at Normandy on D-Day. They related to each other and my father had someone with whom he knew he could trust discussing such things.

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