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Why Would an Author Write Kids’ Books about the Vietnam War?

Why Would an Author Write Kids’ Books about the Vietnam War?

“Why on earth would an author write kids’ books about the Vietnam War?” I’ve been confronted with that question countless times as I’ve endeavored to write a children’s historical non-fiction series titled, “The Heroes of the Vietnam War: Books for Children.” Remarkably, children’s books about the Vietnam Era comprise a literary niche that is very limited. […]

I’m One Of The Lucky Ones – My Dad Is My Hero

I’m One Of The Lucky Ones – My Dad Is My Hero

While I am not one who usually writes about personal feelings and experiences, the current events of my family require me to shout from the highest mountain tops about a man I call my dad. Every man has a story about a hero in their lives who has made a great difference in how they […]

Marjorie Haun With Victoria Jackson

This video is our own Marjorie Haun with the one and only Victoria Jackson of “Saturday Night Live” fame. Marjorie has written a book called “Little Bird Dog and the Big Ship” which chronicles the flight of a small plane with a Vietnamese family on board as they escape Vietnam and eventually land on the […]

Memorial Day

Memorial Day

I remember getting off of a bus in Denver, Colorado in 1969 and being met by a group of young people of a type known then as ‘hippies.’ I was an eighteen year old unsophisticated country boy who was proud to be serving my country and wearing the blue uniform of the United States Air […]

The Side for Human Dignity

The Side for Human Dignity

  In his own words, the story of a man who chose the side of human dignity:   Medical evacuation home from Vietnam September 1st 1968. I left from Da Nang Hospital where I had been since August 7th when I suffered multiple shrapnel wounds to my entire body. In flames from the 155 explosion under […]

The Gift Of Heroism Remembered

The Gift Of Heroism Remembered

  “The peace in Southeast Asia which demonstrators demanded and our 94th Congress enacted caused millions of deaths. More were killed in just the first year of peace than during the preceding decade of war.” Bruce Herschensohn from An American Amnesia p. 63   It’s a distressing journey I have chosen to take; to investigate the wrongs […]

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