Peter Binotto Sr. – WWII Memoir -In His Own Words

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Edited by Paul C. Binotto © 2019 After seeing most of the United States, I shipped out for overseas, landing in Scotland, of which we were trucked down to Southampton, England, and entered our barracks near a British Camp. We spent three months there before shipping out – crossing the English Channel in pontoon boats, … Continue reading Peter Binotto Sr. – WWII Memoir -In His Own Words

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Prologue to Emancipation

By Paul C. Binotto President Abraham Lincoln, emboldened by the recent victory at Antietam, has unleashed what he hopes will be the decisive offensive against the Confederacy; and it won't take place on the battlefield. Seated at his desk at the White House, surrounded only by his closest Secretaries, the President's swift pen striking across … Continue reading Prologue to Emancipation