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Helmet for My Pillow is the history, WWII, biography, memoir, and U.S Marine book which describes the journey of the U.S Marine during WWII. Robert Leckie is the author of this remarkable book. Robert born and raised in Taxes. He was a good student in the school and teachers believes that Robert has a bright future. Robert likes to study history books and especially about World War I. He was inspired by the great soldiers who sacrifice their life for the country.
Robert has his ideals who fight for their people, legacy, and country no matter which country they defend. Everyone should protect his land and nation from the enemies and he should not hesitate while giving his life for the future of the kids. Robert joined the U.S Marines on January 5, 1942. He was excited to become part of the legends who fight for honor. Robert spends a few months in South Carolina where he gets hard training.
He was ready to serve his country in WWII. The situation was tough for America, the Japanese hit their Pearl Harbor and kill all of the soldiers and on the other side, the battle of Peleliu is going out of their hands. How they handle these worse situations and what is the role of Robert to win these battles?
Details About Helmet for My Pillow by Robert Leckie PDF
- Name: Helmet for My Pillow: From Parris Island to the Pacific
- Authors: Robert Leckie
- Publish Date: January 31, 2018
- Language: English
- Genre: WWII, History, Biography
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 2 MB
- Pages: 250
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 1977052304
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