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Over Here and Over There

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"Over Here and Over There" by Harry Zody is a captivating and thought-provoking novel that delves into the lives of soldiers during World War II. The author skillfully weaves together the stories of soldiers serving on both the European and Pacific fronts, providing a comprehensive look at the impact of war on individuals and their loved ones.

Zody's character development is outstanding, with each soldier and their families coming to life through rich descriptions and authentic dialogue. The emotional depth of the novel is truly moving, as readers witness the sacrifices made by these brave men and women in the face of adversity.

The historical accuracy of the novel is also commendable, as Zody seamlessly integrates real-life events and experiences into the narrative. The harsh realities of war are starkly portrayed, highlighting the courage and resilience of those who served.

Overall, "Over Here and Over There" is a powerful and evocative novel that sheds light on the human cost of war. This novel is a must-read for anyone interested in World War II history and the personal stories of those who lived through it.

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In publishing this book I have no intention whatsoever to offer a work of great literary value. As such it would undoubtedly be a failure, because, being of a non-English-speaking race, and only having been in this country a comparatively short time before going over to France, I cannot claim a mastery of the English language. It has merely been my intention to express the spirit which led me to America and thence with Pershing's Expeditionary Forces to France.

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