Re: More on SSgt N. D. Dickey
Good morning, Billie Sue Taylor !!!
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This will take you to the link I use,
American Burial Memorial Committee
which in turn will provide the information I presented, plus a beautiful photo of the memorial site.
As for other possible reference materials, since I was Army, mine relate to that branch.
My favorites follow:
1. World War II Order of Battle,
Shelby L. Stanton, author
Galahad Books, NYNY, publisher
Excellent source, including unit histories and combat narratives for the Army units in all theaters.
2. Citizen Soldiers
Stephen E. Ambrose, author
Simon & Schuster, NYNY, publisher
Excellent; reads like a good novel. Starts with D-Day on the beaches of Normandy, France, and ends with VE Day.
3. 2194 Days of World War II,
An Illustrated Chronology of WW II
Compiled by Salmmagi and Pallavisini
Barnes & Noble, NYNY, publisher
Excellent; a day by day account from dayone. Covers all theaters, with lots ofphotos
And, you are most welcome.
Louie Franklin Turner