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A Journey That Validates Humanity

New York, NY – WEBWIRE

If you are a fan of history and the World War II, a book that will recall the things that had happened in the past has been published just for you.

James Tague, also known as Jim, wrote a book about someone else’s life having a bountiful journey even at war, that speaks about an unselfish way of living as having to fight not only for one’s existence, nor for a country or a nation, even to those who have not had the opportunity to catch a glimpse of this so-called hero of the story.

People from all walks of life if not detailed just vague, knew how the reign of Adolf Hitler ended, so when things finally settled out prompted people’s theories, first hand experiences, documentation and the lack thereof, in relation to what really happened, came to a rise after the dust settled in. Hope is evident from James, that he would be able to take readers into a journey of one man’s life.

James recently participated in the New York State Reading Association which was held at Hyatt Regency, Rochester, last 13th and 14th of November. 
“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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 James E Tague
 The Last Field Marshal

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