Baltimore, MD, November 25, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The new book The Forgotten Soldier (Mortarman) released in the Barnes and Noble book stores on the 13th of Nov. 2010 is a story about an African American man who chose to be a patriot for his country during the Vietnam war. This book reveals his experiences as a black male youth growing up during the Civil Rights Movement in the new integrated army. The book reveals what it was like for 300,000 veteran casualties who served out of 2,500,000 troops that served in Vietnam. Carroll Durham, The Forgotten Soldier was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, decades after the Vietnam war as he reveals what it was like to get this disorder. This book is dedicated to the families of the veterans of the Vietnam era, so they can see what their patriots went through during this period of American History. Carroll received three Bronze Stars and eleven other heroic medals which did not include a Purple heart in 1969.
Carroll achieved his education through the American public and private educational system in the United States. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology. The author Carroll Durham in February of 1999 was honored by the Senate of Maryland and the House of Delegates for heroism with Resolution 0462 and Resolution 559 for Valor in the defense of the nation.
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 240 pages; 978 - 1 4535 - 2793 - 1
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 240 pages; 978 - 1 - 4535 - 2794 - 8
ebook; $9.99 978 - 1 - 453 - 2795 - 5