Why 1940s Women Were Sexier Than We Are! 10 Undeniable Reasons

Think you’re sexy? Here are 10 reasons why 1940s women had it all over today’s hotties!

RAMPING UP FOR WAR: How the U.S. Got Involved (Reluctantly) in World War II

In today’s Trumpian, divisive, go-for-the-throat-of-anybody-who-doesn’t-agree-with-you atmosphere, it’s pretty nigh impossible to imagine a time when everybody in the country was on the same side, pulling hard for the same desperately-desired goal. Yet this was certainly the case during World War II. Even though the war played out in areas nowhere near our shores, just about […]

RATIONING IN WORLD WAR II: What Money Alone Couldn’t Buy

In today’s world, you’re free to buy just about anything you want, as long as you have the bucks to pay for it and it’s not illegal. But that was far from the case during World War II. Back then, Americans couldn’t run out and gas up the car whenever they felt like it, or […]

THE LONG ROAD HOME: A Soldier’s Journey to His Final Resting Place

On October 29, 1943, First Lieutenant Lyndon Raff and eight other soldiers perished in a fiery plane crash in the hills of Burma while delivering supplies to air raid warning stations and guerilla fighters. The bodies of the soldiers, or what was left of them after the plane cartwheeled down the side of a hill […]

WWII Soldier’s Body Returned After 73 Years

Just found this fascinating article about a paratrooper, Staff Sgt. David Rosenkrantz, who was KIA in 1944 in Holland while participating in Operation Market Garden (the subject of the film “A Bridge Too Far.”) Nearly three-quarters of a century after he was killed, Staff Sgt. Rosenkrantz’ remains were brought home to Los Angeles for burial. […]

If My Heart Had Wings by Nadine Taylor

The true story of love, loss, denial, redemption and the devastating cost of war…


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About the Author

Nadine Taylor, Author

Nadine Taylor is the author, editor and ghostwriter of more than twenty books in the genres of memoir, health, and business, including New York Times bestsellers and national bestsellers. After twenty years as an author, she has written a fascinating World War II memoir about her discovery of her mother’s secret marriage to a pilot killed during the war, and how he continued to “reappear” in their lives, even long after her mother had passed on. Learn more…