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Author Q. Jarone Batson shares his life as a Black American war veteran. His debut, titled The Life Experiences of a World War II, Korea, and Vietnam Black American Army Veteran, is an incredible book which embraces a wide rhetorical discourse of what shaped his life. It touches race-related concerns which occurred before, during and after his service in the military.
A dip to the substantial memories in his life, this book adroitly weaves Batson's 30-plus years of military experience beginning in 1942. It vividly chronicles accounts of his experiences in school, his decision to enlist in the military, how he served in six campaigns during the Second World War while earning himself honors and distinctions for his invaluable service can be followed in this incredible memoir.
Where the author grew up in Jackson County Florida, black people were content with being referred to as colored folks. How color managed to create a gap and how he thrived in a race-conscious society are recorded in most stages of his life.
The Life Experiences of a World War II, Korea, and Vietnam Black American Army Veteran is a product of the author’s research on race and ethnic-related issues. Decked with humor, this book recollects Batson’s experience in a brief yet, in all respects, complete manner. The author divulges his life in this eye-opening book as he raises the issues of racial discrimination.
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About the Author
Q. Jarone Batson is a Vietnam War and World War II veteran, specifically in Ardennes-Alsace, Northern France, Rhineland, Central Europe and Sanctuary Counteroffensive. He is a recipient of nine separate awards of the Good Conduct Medal, Victory Medal World War II, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal and several others.
The Life Experiences of a World War II, Korea, and Vietnam Black American Army Veteran * by Q. Jarone Batson
Publication Date: January 18, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 206 pages; 978-1-4797-6358-0
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 206 pages; 978-1-4797-6359-7
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