The soldier who became a living ghost in just one lousy war.
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I became a hobo by choice and traveled across America in a boxcar in the 1980s. I met many hobos. What was so alarming to me was many were veterans from the Vietnam War. These were not only enlisted men, but officers as well. I met lieutenants, captains and even a major. Men who could not adapt to the society they once knew before the war, now left to fend for themselves the only way they knew how. The atrocities they witnessed in battle was more than most mortal minds could handle in one lifetime. Instead of the heroes welcome our soldiers receive today, these men were cursed at, spit on and hated simply because they were drafted and forced to participate in a war many felt was senseless.
These modern day nomads drifted about aimlessly in search of their own selves once again. Many committed suicide as an alternative to the life they now felt they were forced to survive in. There was a medical group formed to help these returning soldiers cope with life, but very few knew how to even go about getting it. They would need their discharge papers and in certain cases they needed to be referred and approved before they could receive any help at all. Most of the veterans I met burned their discharge papers in disgust because of the way their country was repaying them. This is the story of a soldier who started his life over without so much as his own name. In reality he became a living ghost. Read Why Me Lord and see a side of America the rest of the world never knew existed.
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Why me Lord”-the very best read as far as I was concerned and It takes a lot for me to get Interested…The book had me on edge as to what was going to happen next…..a book you can’t put down….
Such great suspense, so very well written”with so much passion, love ,joy and surprises…..and the true belief that a God does exist..
What A Great Story
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