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CHRONICLING GREATNESS 

A M E R I C A N   H E R O E S   OF  W A R

Books in this series are available in three format's
Pictorial Softcover books - eBooks - Visual Biography Enhanced eBooks


Pictorial books in this series features a full length interview with the veteran and is a

beautiful 8.5 x 11, full color, gloss, perfect bound, softcover book.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Other Books in the Chronicling Greatness Series

Each interview is featured in a 6 x 9 black and white, perfect bound, softcover book.

Read the true accounts of heroism by World War II Medal of Honor recipient Lt. Vernon J. Baker.

 

 

Read the true accounts of PFC Bob Zimmer, Co. A, 22nd Tank
Battalion
11th Armored
Division.

 

CLICK the image above to view the standard eBook of Lt. Vernon J. Baker

CLICK the image above to view the standard eBook of PFC Bob Zimmer

Enhanced eBooks!

Standard eBooks

Enhanced ebooks have flash features including Pop up text definitions, external web links and Audio and Video components!

CLICK the image above to view the enhanced eBook of Lt. Vernon J. Baker

CLICK the image above to view the enhanced eBook of PFC Bob Zimmer

Ethel Payne

 

Through his conversation with Ethel Payne, Adam P. Kennedy enables the reader to gain a glimpse into the life of this dynamic an award-winning African American journalist Ethel Payne. Known as the "First Lady of the Black Press", she combined advocacy with journalism as she reported on the civil rights movement during the 1950's and 1960's. She became the first female African American commentator employed by a national network when CBS hired her in 1972.

 

 

Major Victor W. Terrelonge

Through his conversation with Victor Terrelonge, a Tuskegee Airman, Adam P. Kennedy enables the reader to gain a glimpse of what African Americans had to go through in order to gain the right to fight for their country.

 

One may rightfully ask what kind of person is willing to give his/her life for the benefit of others, and especially when their own rights are being denied?  Victor Terrelonge and the other Negro fighter pilots known as the Tuskegee Airmen were such people.  This is the story.

 

 

Adrienne Kennedy

Mom  How did you Meet the Beatles?
A true story of London in the 1960's.

 

Winner of the PEN Oakland-Josephine Miles
17th Annual National Literary Award 2007

 

Adam P. Kennedy talks to Playwright Adrienne Kennedy who chronicles her search for fame and fortune in the 1960's London, where she encountered Laurence Olivier, James Baldwin, Ricki Houston and other various British writers and, of course The Beatles. 

 

Adrienne Kennedy is considered on of the greatest living playwrights and has been a force in the American theatre since the early 1960's. Adrienne Kennedy has influenced generations of playwrights with her hauntingly fragmentary lyrical dramas.

 


Joseph Papp

 

Adam P. Kennedy speaks with legendary Producer Joseph Papp American theatrical producer and director and founder of the New York Shakespeare Festival and the Public Theatre. He was a major innovative force in the American Theatre in the second half of the 20th century.

 

 

 

PFC Robert S. Zimmer

1st Platoon, Company A 22nd Tank Battalion, 11th Armored Division Patton's 3rd Army.

 

 

Adam P. Kennedy talks to World War II veteran Bob Zimmer. PFC Zimmerman talks candidly about his experiences during the longest forced march of any Armored Division in history, from the Battle of the Bulge to across the Rhine, from heavy fighting in Linz to the liberation of the Mauthausen Concentration Camp. The 11th Armored Division earned three Battle Stars during their heroic charge across Europe.