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The Last Romantic War

Iron Mountain native recalls war experience

August 8, 2013
The Daily News

There are few voices alive today that can tell their story of World War II. Iron Mountain native Anthony Gianunzio is one of them.

"The Last Romantic War: A Blind Date With History" portrays a time like none other in American history, his story-telling expresses a true ambiance of heart-warming (and wrenching) moments in the chaotic entirety of that war.

Vignettes, profiles, documents, humor, and authentic dialogue make you feel a shipmate of this young gunner's mate on the frigate U.S.S. Machias on duty in the Pacific.

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And as he said, "Armed with a cloth-covered prayers, a romantic heart, and a philosopher's soul, I left youth and home behind to go to war. You come too."

 
 

 

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