By David A. Hotchkiss Ph.D.
A Soldier’s Son appears to be like on the greatness of the United States in the course of the eyes of a profession soldier who comes from a protracted line of squaddies; this makes him a soldier´s son. existence within the army for either the army member and relatives are highlighted. historic occasions comparable to the assault at the global alternate Center´s dual towers, the Iraq struggle, the background of the feet. McHenry flag, Pearl Harbor, and the Normandy invasion are all addressed intimately in Hotchkiss´ poetic type. existence in the US and issues often called Americana equivalent to kinfolk reunions, Christmas, yard barbeques, and county festivals also are addressed. This booklet will make you chortle and cry, mirror and reminisce, and instill a feeling of patriotic delight for the USA and the U.S. military.
Hotchkiss invitations readers to mirror along with his poems on liberty, democracy, the yank lifestyle, and the boys and ladies who struggle for it."