Saturday Magazine Report – Article in WWII Quarterly Magazine

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Saturday Magazine Report – Article in WWII Quarterly Magazine

I’m delighted that a very long (8,000 word) article that I wrote with Mike Yorkey is the lead and featured article in the Summer Edition of the WWII Quarterly Magazine. The magazine is available at newsstands, such as those in most grocery stores; however, for a limited time, you can read the article here.

You can also get a print or digital copy here.

On the cover, the story is listed as, “3rd Infantry Division: Officer’s Story of Combat and Survival.”

In the Table of Contents, it’s titled, “For Love and County: 1st Lt. Philip B. Larimore, Jr., the youngest graduate of Fort Benning’s Officer Candidate School during World War II, had one of the most dangerous jobs—front-line combat with the 3rd Infantry Division.”

If you’ve never heard of the magazine (I know I had not, it’s really unique. They say this about themselves:

WWII Quarterly, the Hardcover Journal of the Second World War is printed in full vivid color on thick, luxurious paper.

But as handsome as these editions are, it’s what’s inside each issue that will reward you the most.

Each 100-page volume includes feature-length, in-depth articles that bring specific aspects of the war to life for you in ways very different from the same “war stories” or accounts found elsewhere.

Our writers have been specifically recruited for their ability to bring you the real taste and feel of the battles, the strategies, the tactics, the weapons, and the technology that made it all happen.

The article is an excerpt from our book, At First Light: A True World War II Story of a Hero, His Bravery, and an Amazing Horse, which I hope you’ll read!


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