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Crossen Combat Chronicles

The Crossen Combat Chronicles focuses on Captain John R. Crossen and his advancement to Lieutenant Colonel and the position of 135th Field Artillery Battalion Commander.

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Crossen Combat Chronicles

Biography of a WWII Artilleryman - by Chip Heyl

Capt. John Crossen
Maj. Crossen - picture
taken on Bougainville Island 1944

Crossen Comabt Chronicles
Biography of a WWII Artilleryman

ISBN: 978-0-9653532-6-7
Price: $32.00
Holiday Price: $28.00

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The United States Army's Center for Military History starts their various histories of the War with the words:

"World War II was the largest and most violent armed conflict in the history of mankind."
We are in the News...
See the pictures from Firelands Historical Society presentation May 2009
Read the article from the Norwalk Relector (Ohio) Jan. 25, 2008
Read the article from the Sandusky Register (Ohio) Feb. 20, 2008

No one can doubt this conclusion and this essay depicts some of that violence.

It does not try to, nor was any attempt made, to explain the psychological effects on the combatants.

In the Pacific Theaters of the war, no quarter was given, and none asked.

...veterans who have read the Crossen Combat Chronicles tell me this is one of the best histories they have read.
Martin L. Haffey, Director, Norwalk Public Library (Ohio)

There were millions of fighters and thousands more supporting individuals at home for every warrior in the conflict.

No sane American, or Japanese for that matter, went untouched by their huge national commitment made during this conflict.

The Crossen Combat Chronicles focuses on Captain John R. Crossen, and his advancement to Lieutenant Colonel and the position of 135th Field Artillery Battalion Commander.



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