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This book unravels one familys struggles and triumphs during World War II.
Arizona (PRWEB) July 18, 2014
Author Charles Vaughn takes readers back to the time of World War II as he reveals a compelling family saga in his publication, In Our Righteous Might. Inspired by his parents unselfish choice to set aside their dreams, Vaughn shares their story and preserve their sacrifices as a legacy for the next generation. This is one familys tale of courage, one that could mirror millions of others who were, like them, the greatest generation of the 20th century.
In Our Righteous Might tells of a generation that would suffer through the hardships of great depression. They would not know it at that time, but that struggle will be the foundation they would need to meet the greater challenge of World War II. They were simple, hardworking young adults who were beginning their lives as one family when the war in Europe came to America. Like so many young couples, they were looking forward to the future away from the depression where they could live, prosper, and begin their lives. But this generation would set aside their personal goals and go without question to war. Not because they wanted to, not for the glory of the fight, but because their generation understood that they had an obligation to rid the world of the hatred of a madman.
A compelling and moving read, this book is not just about the war. It is also about the lives it changed and the new friendships and bonds that it brings. Their story will remind readers of the commitment and sacrifice that the past generation made so the children of the future can enjoy the America they now live in.
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About the Author
Charles P. Vaughn was born in Ottumwa, Iowa, in 1950 where he, along with his two brothers, were raised by their parents. Upon graduation, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy, serving on the USS Midway during the Vietnam conflict. Upon the completion of his service, he married his wife, Denice, from Casa Grande, Arizona, and together they raised two daughters, Meredith and Maggie. He graduated in 1977 from the Ottumwa Heights Community College and upon completion joined the Iowa Army National Guard, accepting a full-time position with service in both Iowa and Arizona. He retired from active duty a sergeant first class in September of 1996 and, along with his family, still resides in Gilbert, Arizona, where he has been an active member of the community. His decision to write this book comes from the compelling need he had to tell the story of a common family who went through the struggles of World War II. This is his first attempt at writing, and his primary goal is telling their story and sharing it with all who are willing to listen or read.
In Our Righteous Might * by Charles Vaughn
Publication Date: May 13, 2014
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