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.
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."