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This collection of drawings and letters chronicles the author's experiences as an ensign in the navy during World War II, as well as his love for his new wife--who preserved the trove for over fifty years. Sugarman later became an illustrator for The Saturday Evening Post and other magazines.
Length: 191 pages
Height: 8.5 x 8.5 x 0.8
Format: HC/DJ-2000-1st Ed.
Shipment Weight: 2 lbs.
SOG: Nearly New
A firsthand account of the author's experiences as a young naval ensign during World War II presents a rich supply of watercolor paintings, sketches, drawings, and photographs, combined with a narrative that describes life on the front lines, his feelings about being separated from his wife, and the events of the Allied invasion of Europe.
"Sugarman's art underscores the affecting and evocative qualities of the book."