All the Gallant Men: The First Memoir by a USS Arizona Survivor

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Signed First Edition - Hardcover

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ALL THE GALLANT MEN: THE FIRST MEMOIR BY A USS ARIZONA SURVIVOR is an eye-witness account of the unspeakable death and destruction aboard the USS Arizona on the morning of December 7, 1941. This powerful story is one of the most inspiring ever to come out of World War Two.


THIS COPY (shown below) was signed on the end paper by Donald Stratton at his home. It is a new, unread hardback edition opened only for signing. Published in November, 2016 by William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins.


DONALD STRATTON (pictured below from our Wall of Fame) was a nineteen-year-old sailor serving aboard the USS Arizona when 1,177 of his shipmates lost their lives (approximately half of all the fatalities at Pearl Harbor that infamous day). Determined to return to fight with burns to two-thirds of his body and advised by his doctors to amputate his limbs, he refused a medical discharge and sailed into the teeth of the Pacific War in June of 1944. Thank you Donald Stratton for your service and thank you for signing our books.

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