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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Release of The Hidden Legacy of World War II by Carol Schultz Vento

Daughter of WW2 hero Arthur "Dutch" Schultz presents evidence of PTSD among WW2 vets in new bio

Carol Schultz Vento, the daughter of famed D-Day paratrooper Arthur "Dutch" Schultz, provides a stirring account of Dutch's life after the war, linking her findings to post-traumatic stress disorder among many World War 2 veterans.

http://www.amazon.com/Hidden-Legacy-World-War-Daughters/dp/1934597813/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1324154458&sr=1-1


The Hidden Legacy of World War IIPRLog (Press Release) - Dec 04, 2011 -

Camp Hill, PA - Sunbury Press has released "The Hidden Legacy of World War II: A Daughter's Journey of Discovery" by Dr. Carol Schultz Vento, the daughter of famed D-Day and Battle of the Bulge paratrooper Arthur "Dutch" Schultz. Vento's research attributes PTSD to many of the issues WW2 veterans experienced following the war, including her father's.

About the book:

Daughters, fathers and war - three words seldom used together. In "The Hidden Legacy of World War II: A Daughter's Journey of Discovery", Carol Schultz Vento weaves life with her paratrooper father into the larger narrative of World War II and the homecoming of the Greatest Generation. The book describes the seldom told story of how the war trauma of World War II impacted one family. This personal story is combined with the author's thorough research and investigation of the reality for those World War II veterans who could not forget the horrors of war. This nonfiction work fills in the missing pieces of the commonly accepted societal view of World War II veterans as stoic and unwavering, a true but incomplete portrait of that generation of warrior.