A youth in World War Two finds himself in a Japanese [prisoner of war] camp with others alike, banding together to stay alive beneath the wrath of the Jaspanese soldiers.
World War Two story about a failed operation in occupied Norway by British Commandos
A young WWII soldier describes the challenges and conditions of being a soldier, and why the reward is worth the cost.
Tales of children and young adults left orphaned by the travisties of World War II. This is an ongoing project I started in a fiction workshop in college.
Still Standing is a fantasy that has been living in Don Solenberger's mind for many years, yearning to be told. Don's mother homesteaded on the Dakota plains and often retold the story of a wagon rolling into town with its passengers suffering from arrow wounds. Don worked for the Connecticut Life Insurance Company, who had as an early president, Jacob Greene, the best man at the wedding of George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon. He has had a lifelong fascination with Civil War history. He was intrigued by the life of Custer's widow, who outlived her husband by 54 years. She became a woman entrepreneur, mostly retelling her husband's exploits in books and worldwide lecture tours. Her devotion prompted the thought, "What might have happened to two ambitious lovers had the Battle of the Little Big Horn not separated them?" For more info visit: gotwaldcreationportfolio.com/still-standing/