NEW YORK, January 20, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author Jason Sprague, a veteran of the first world war who was stationed in France, a man who lived a meaningful life before he left the world in 1938, and Samuel Sprague, a professional martial artist with a six-degree black belt, a great-grandson to Jason Sprague, have completed the book "The Life of a Private": a potent account that provides information on the life of Jason Sprague as he fights for his country during WWI. As the war comes to an end, Jason took the opportunity to document the events that are now part of world history. Accompanied by images taken by Jason himself, his narrative gives more life to the memories of the yesteryears.
"A firsthand account written in the final year of World War I. Jason Sprague recounts his experience as a private in the United States military. Sprague presents his adjustment from a serene life in the states to the battle-ravaged fields and confusion of Europe during 'the war to end all wars' from the explosion of the Spanish flu, the signing of the armistice, and the aftermath of the Argonne Forest offensive. Including images he took himself or collected along the way, he details his journey from his landing in France as he joins his company on the march towards Germany. The detailed stories provided offer a unique perspective to even those who are experts of this historical conflict."
Published by Fulton Books, Jason Sprague's book is produced by his great-grandson Samuel. These war anecdotes depict the reality of that time and present a different perspective, a raw and compelling one.
Historical fiction buffs will surely enjoy this revealing prose.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase "The Life of a Private" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books