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World War II: A German Soldier’s Perspective

“The Last Field Marshal” Makes a Dramatic Impression

New York, NY – WEBWIRE

Author James Tague, served his country during the World War II and his participation served as an inspiration of “The Last Field Marshal.” The book touches an untrainable aspect in the armed forces, an unforeseen act of humanity.

When people speak about World War II, the image it portrays is commonly pictured out as blood and violence, although James thinks otherwise, “The Last Field Marshal” is sure to capture the importance of relativity. The act of kindness over circumstance is far more important than the act of war itself. A book written about World War II, yet it comes with a heartfelt twist for truth and humanity.


“The Last Field Marshal”
Written by James E. Tague
Published by Xlibris Corporation
Published date February 8, 2011
Paperback: $23.99
About the Author
Jim is retired from Philadelphia Electric (PECO) and resides in Drexel Hill, Pa., and Sea Isle City, NJ. He and his wife Lois, had four children with Patricia, James and Steven still living in Drexel Hill. Their daughter, Kathleen DiGirolamo died in 1994, age 29. Tague served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War as part of the occupation of Germany 1951-54. He holds a BS degree in Economics from Villanova University and an MA degree in Liberal Arts from Temple University. He has already published several books: “The Trochilus Bird,” “Freddy the Football,” “Rufus Tweed,” “Essays from the Past,” “The Krankel Family,” and “Teeney O’Feeney: King of the Leprechauns.”

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