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Praise for D Day Journal

"Told in his own words through personal letters and contemporaneous journal entries, we get the candid views of a combat soldier...the fear and apprehensions, occasional humor, factual first­ person observations, and many important, still relevant, lessons from difficult times so long ago."

General Peter J. Schoomaker, USA Ret.
Chief of Staff, United States Army

2018-12-06T13:47:06+00:00

General Peter J. Schoomaker, USA Ret.
Chief of Staff, United States Army

"Told in his own words through personal letters and contemporaneous journal entries, we get the candid views of a combat soldier...the fear and apprehensions, occasional humor, factual first­ person observations, and many important, still relevant, lessons from difficult times so long ago."
"Just when readers think they have seen the last of authentic first-hand accounts about the D-Day assault on Omaha Beach, along comes another book based on previously unpublished letters written by a soldier who was there."

Thomas M. Hatfield, Ph.D.
Author of Rudder: From Leader to Legend, College Station, Texas A&M University 2011

 

 

2018-12-06T13:49:52+00:00

Thomas M. Hatfield, Ph.D.
Author of Rudder: From Leader to Legend, College Station, Texas A&M University 2011

 

 

"Just when readers think they have seen the last of authentic first-hand accounts about the D-Day assault on Omaha Beach, along comes another book based on previously unpublished letters written by a soldier who was there."
"D Day Journal is unique in that it relates one man's actual experiences in a fascinating journal which captures the terror and yet courage of soldiers who served in the famous 2nd Ranger Battalion from D-Day to the end of the war... it is a terrific book on one of the most critical moments in our Country's history."

C. Roland (Rollie) Stichweh, West Point graduate, 1965
twice named Most Valuable Player in the Army-Navy game; Decorated Combat Veteran

2018-12-06T13:52:48+00:00

C. Roland (Rollie) Stichweh, West Point graduate, 1965
twice named Most Valuable Player in the Army-Navy game; Decorated Combat Veteran

"D Day Journal is unique in that it relates one man's actual experiences in a fascinating journal which captures the terror and yet courage of soldiers who served in the famous 2nd Ranger Battalion from D-Day to the end of the war... it is a terrific book on one of the most critical moments in our Country's history."
A vivid first hand account by a valient young Ranger leader. A story of battle, hardship, valor and victory.

Col. Robert W. Black author of "The Battalion", "The Ranger Force" and "Rangers in World War II"

2018-12-11T15:11:10+00:00

Col. Robert W. Black author of "The Battalion", "The Ranger Force" and "Rangers in World War II"

A vivid first hand account by a valient young Ranger leader. A story of battle, hardship, valor and victory.
An enthralling read, which illustrates Lt. Kennard’s qualities of character, perseverance, and genuine courage as a selfless US Army Ranger  who on D-Day charged off his landing craft onto Omaha Beach into the most violent, deadly and chaotic world anyone could imagine.

Chris P. Weggeman, Lt Gen, USAF

2018-12-12T22:05:45+00:00

Chris P. Weggeman, Lt Gen, USAF

An enthralling read, which illustrates Lt. Kennard’s qualities of character, perseverance, and genuine courage as a selfless US Army Ranger  who on D-Day charged off his landing craft onto Omaha Beach into the most violent, deadly and chaotic world anyone could imagine.