The Life and Times of Chester Mulroon

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A young man from Brooklyn finds his girlfriend is pregnant in 1967. He marries her and they begin a new life together. But then he is drafted and sent to Vietnam.
This is his journal. He tells what happens in his logs, but he explains the experience through his poetry. More

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Words: 3,840
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301820504
About Rick DeLong

Rick DeLong grew up in and around Denver, Colorado. He is a hiker, a biographer, and an avid ghost towner. He enjoys old west history, as well as playing the guitar and working on computers.
He is currently working on three new books.

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Review by: Gerty So on March 26, 2013 :
Wow, just, Wow, Such a wonderful read..... I loved it..... a truly emotional read......... A Highly Recommended Read for anyone to find out the truth on what really happened..... instead of some stupid movies thinking they knew the truth........ Once again, great book.........
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Review by: David H. Keith on March 24, 2013 :
I knew young men like Chester Mulroon and I lived through his times - I was one of those young men. I held some of them as they died, knowing all my skill and knowledge could do nothing for them. I thought, as the years passed, that I had finally healed from that war...I was wrong.

DeLong's tribute to Chester Mulroon brought back many memories and evoked a great deal of pain, but I suppose it needed doing. For that, I thank him.

DeLong tells a powerful, poignant, and all too real story of Vietnam and the young people who fought and died so that politicians and corporate CEOs could further enrich themselves. I think this book should be required reading in every school so that maybe, just maybe, the common person will at last refuse the siren call of other men's wars. A futile hope, that, but one I believe is well worth the effort.

David H. Keith
www.novemberfirstpublications.weebly.com
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