How To Research and Write Your Military Memoirs – Answers to 8 FAQs

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When Bill McGee retired in 1989, one of the goals on his “bucket list” was to write for his U.S. Navy Personnel Service Records from World War II. When the records arrived about three months later, they triggered a lot of memories and questions… particularly about the major air and torpedo attacks by the Japanese he was subjected to in June 1943 in the Solomon Islands. His search for answers took him on a journey that lasted more than 25 years, and inspired him to write five WWII military histories, or “memoirs within a history” as he likes to call them.

Bill is frequently asked how to go about researching and writing one’s military memoirs–or those of a father, mother, grandfather or grandmother. Download this free read for Bill’s answers to 8 frequently asked questions…

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