The nightmares began for William Manchester 23 years after WW II. In his dreams he lived with the recurring image of a battle-weary youth (himself), "angrily demanding to know what had happened to the three decades since he had laid down his arms."
PREAMBLE: Blood That Never Dried
PROLOGUE: The Wind-Grieved Ghost
ABLE: From the Argonne to Pearl Harbor
BAKER: Arizona, I Remember You
CHARLIE: Ghastly Remnants of Its Last Gaunt Garrison
DOG: The Rim of Darkness
EASY: The Raggedy Ass Marines
FOX: The Canal
GEORGE: Les Braves Gens
HOW: We Are Living Very Fast
ITEM: I Will Lay Me Down for to Bleed a While …
JIG: … Then I'll Rise and Fight with You Again
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