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Title Lost in the victory : reflections of American war orphans of World War II / collected by Susan Johnson Hadler and Ann Bennett Mix ; edited by Calvin L. Christman.
Imprint Denton : University of North Texas Press, [1998]
©1998
Edition First edition.

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Subject World War, 1939-1945 -- Children -- United States.
Orphans -- United States -- Biography.
Alt Name Hadler, Susan Johnson, 1945-
Mix, Ann Bennett, 1940-
Christman, Calvin L.
Description 1 online resource (xxvii, 251 pages) : illustrations
polychrome rdacc http://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAColourContent/1003
Edition First edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0585294682 (electronic bk.)
9780585294681 (electronic bk.)
9781574410334 (alk. paper)
1574410334 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 45731683
Additional Format Print version: Lost in the victory. 1st ed. Denton : University of North Texas Press, ©1998 1574410334 (DLC) 97026872
Table of Contents
 Editor's Note / Calvin L. Christman 
 Preface / Susan Johnson Hadler 
 Introduction / Ann Bennett Mix 
 Vince: There Is a Part of Me Down Deep Which Never Heals1
 Anne: I Was Born in the Wake of Death7
 Bill: The Males in the Family Have Not Been Fully Blessed21
 Joyce: You Need to Talk to Your Daddy about Certain Things31
 Eric: I Don't Think You Ever Get over It37
 Connie: I Remember the Cake ... the Package that Came Back49
 Damon: They Shouldn't Send People Like That to Fight Wars59
 Ellen: We Were Isolated and Very Different, and I Knew It73
 Clint: How Was It That We Didn't Count?83
 Ann: Every Memory Is Bittersweet89
 Clatie and John: We Don't Know How He Died101
 Sam: My Father's Dead and My Mother's Crazy113
 John: The Hurt Never Goes Away123
 Nancy: Yes, I Am Your Daughter129
 John: When I Had My Own Children ... I Didn't Know What To Do133
 Mary: You're Out There on Your Own141
 James: The Lost Pilot151
 Jim: I Am the Father155
 Roberta: I Never Got to Know You163
 Jeff: I Expect People to Die on Me All the Time175
 Sheila: My Father Probably Never Knew That I Had Been Born185
 Tony: My Father Was Very Much Alive191
 Gloria: I Needed to Be Somebody197
 Kathleen: My Father May Be in Germany Buried as a German Soldier209
 Susan: I Raise My Glass to You, Dear Papa, Fire and Spirit!215
 Appendix225
 Acknowledgments241
 Index243


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