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Reliving the Story That Ruminates the Heroic Deeds of Soldiers

Author Dennis J. Ottley shares true accounts on the mystery of the Korean War.


Evanston, Wyoming – WEBWIRE

Discover what happened in the nearly forgotten war that killed and saved millions of lives, bringing great honor to the American soldiers. Grab a copy of Remembering (Korea: 1950–1953), and allow the fascinating pages of this book to take you back to the relevant past.

It requires a lot of courage and a strong heart to relive the moments in the nearly forgotten Korean War. But Dennis Ottley’s desire to raise awareness of the irreplaceable role the soldiers have in the past created a masterwork in Korea’s history.
 
In his book entitled Remembering (Korea: 1950–1953), Dennis describes the supreme sacrifice our American soldiers and their families were making to bring peace. The trauma brought by the pain of loss due to violence does not stop the author to write a memoir of his near encounter with death as he struggles to survive for the sake of his loved ones. He sheds light to the Americans today what the war really means through his firsthand experience in the battle.
 
Discover what happened in the nearly forgotten war that killed and saved millions of lives, bringing great honor to the American soldiers. Grab a copy of Remembering (Korea: 1950–1953), and allow the fascinating pages of this book to take you back to the relevant past. To learn more about the book, you can visit www.djottley.com.
 
 
Remembering
Korea: 1950–1953
Written by Dennis J. Ottley
Kindle | $40.00
Paperback | $28.48
 
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.
 
 
About the Author
 
Dennis J. Ottley joined the 141st Tank Battalion of the Wyoming National Guard. Shortly after he married, the Korean War started, and he was one of those people who were drafted to serve overseas. During the war, he served almost ten months as a tank gunner and tank commander. A few years after he was discharged, he became very engaged in his community in Evanston, Wyoming, until his unwavering service made him the mayor in three four-year terms.


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