John Viola Recalls His Truth During The Korean War – The Second Truth: Korean War

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John Viola Recalls His Truth During The Korean War – The Second Truth: Korean War

June 29
02:40 2019
John Viola Recalls His Truth During The Korean War - The Second Truth: Korean War

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This is an autobiography by a young man of eighteen who saw movie news reels and feature films of the events in WW2. He knew he didn’t want to get drafted into the Army with all that marching and sleeping in a hole in the ground. Patriotism drove him to Join the Navy for four years. After training in boot camp, he qualified for any school available. His thinking was who ever heard of anyone getting shot in a hospital, so he volunteered for Hospital Corpsman school.

The Korean War has always been an unpopular war among the American people. For a Korean War Veteran, the troubling nature of war deserves to be put on paper and become known by everyone. Thus author John Viola brings to the literary limelight, a biography that uncloaks the significant events that transpired during the Korean War in the book entitled The Second Truth: Korean War (1950-1953: The Forgotten War).

John Viola recalls the instance when he first thought about telling his story. Having a wife who is an avid reader, there’s no denying that everything leads to sensible conversations. When his wife had told him that she did not know much about the Korean War because nobody really talked about it in particular, Viola started telling his story being the person who had the opportunity to have survived from that war. His wife encouraged him to share his amazing story – thus the birth of his biography book.

Short but sweet, The Second Truth: Korean War accounts the story of a young man who had seen movie news reels and feature films of the events in WWII. He talks about how patriotism drove him to join the Navy which lasted for four years. When he saw the need to be one of those who should extend help to others, he did not have any doubts in volunteering. And given the situation, he had his fair share of struggling moments as he tried to uplift others despite the lack of resources. As a Korean War veteran, he knew firsthand and understood the sacrifices made by men and women in uniform.

The Second Truth: Korean War (1950-1953: The Forgotten War) outlines the significant events that will edify the readers about how a young man was drafted during the Korean War. Viola endeavors to share his truth as history continues to bring itself into the new century. This is truly a must-read book for all the history enthusiasts!

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