Three Hours WWII: Memoirs of Doug Daniel
by Doug Daniel
Tell the truth like it is. The truth is always better.
Three Hours WWII is the captivating memoir of author Doug Daniel. From his youth on a farm in Tennessee to his war years and time of studying at the Institute of Design. Daniels pages are filled with eye-opening experiences.
His records, tales, and anecdotes demonstrate the profound changes the world has seen in the span of one mans lifetimefrom the price of eggs at the market to the cultural impact of a World War. Daniels love and appreciation for family has never changed, however. While the world around may fluctuate and change, the importance of family remains a constant. This memoir is proof of this.
(2015, Paperback, 54 pages)