Donut Hole is a War story told by a Marine who had survived 345 days in a war zone, but at the end of his 13-month tour, he would have to survive the 68 TET Offensive and the Donut Hole to come home alive. In his autobiography, Bob LeBeau narrates the story of his life from the moment his vision became less blurry as he witnessed the demise of his beloved father. After the age of fifteen, when teenagers pass their driving test to get their driver’s license. Bob had passed the exam to get enrolled as a cadet in the Marine Corps. Donut Hole is a tribute to all the fallen soldiers and the veterans who put their lives before ours without having to think about it.
This auto-biography is there for us to remember the difficult times our nation has been through. Every war has a long journey for its War Time Veterans to recover from in the wars we have fought.
|Dimensions||20 × 10 × 2 cm|
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