Free: How To Research & Write Your Military Memoirs, Answers to 8 FAQs

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Free: How To Write Your Military Memoirs by award-winning World War II Pacific war historian, William L. McGee

Award-winning World War II Pacific war historian, William L. McGee, shares eight easy steps to write and preserve your military memoirs.

Preserving your military memoirs – or those of a relative – is a priceless gift for your family. But sometimes it takes a checklist to get started.

Award-winning World War II Pacific war historian William L. McGee takes you through the eight basic steps in his FREE download “How To Research and Write Your Military Memoirs: Answers to 8 Frequently Asked Questions”.

You will learn…
• How to request your Military Service Records
• How to create an outline from your Military Service Records
• How to decide what to write first… and more

Bill McGee retired from his 32-year career in broadcasting in 1990. Finally, he had the time to seek answers to questions that had haunted him long after his service in the U.S. Navy in World War II in the Pacific theater. His research for answers to these questions resulted in his first World War II Pacific war history, Bluejacket Odyssey, 1942-1946: Guadalcanal to Bikini, published in 1997. The narrative was inspired by two real-life events in June 1943, and included interviews with many former shipmates and other survivors of two vicious enemy attacks off Guadalcanal. Bill went on to write three more WWII Pacific war histories, each inspired by the history of which he was a part.

The free two-page checklist lays out the eight steps that Bill followed and resulted in Bluejacket Odyssey, 1942-1946: Guadalcanal to Bikini.

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