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Writer/wrangler/broadcaster William L. McGee
writes about the history of which he was a part.

William L. McGee and Sandra V. McGee

William L. McGee and his co-author/wife Sandra V. McGee

Whether it’s joining the Navy in ’42 at seventeen to get into the fight, or cowboying in the West in the postwar ‘40s, or working in broadcasting in the early days of 1950s and ‘60s television, William L. “Bill” McGee writes about the history of which he was a part. His writing career has spanned six decades and his signature style is described as journalistic and as “precise and economical as a Mickey Spillane novel.” (Marine Corps League Magazine). 

Books by William L. McGee

World War II in the Pacific 

Atomic Bomb Tests at Bikini: Operation Crossroads 1946 

Nevada Divorce Ranch: The Divorce Seekers

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