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The Journal of Scott Pendleton Collins

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matias turkulainen

on 16 April 2010

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The Journal of Scott Pendleton Collins From aerial combat To the fights on the ground. it was all apart of World War Two The war where five million men, woman, and children died. The struggle to defeat Hitler and his mighty army of Nazis. A World War Two soldier Normandy, France, 1944 Normandy, France, 1944 Ohama Beach The story of Scott Pendleton Collins He was just an other soldier apart of World War Two, the struggle in the middle east. he was appart of the great invaison of Ohama Beach wich was one of the key points in defeating Hitler. Hundred of soldiers died. Many friends died. Hope was gone. He reached France and took over its capitol city. He received a purple heart and was commended as General. he saved his best friends life, and his men followed and died for him. Proud, Strong, A soldier Original diary owner: Scott Pendleton Collins Author:Walter Dean Myers. I picked Prezi for my presentation because Prezi is everything that Power point is not. The pictures are better, the visual of presentation is better, and of coarse Prezi is way more fun:) The End. I picked the Journal of Scott Pendleton Collins because first, im intrested in world war two, and second i wanted to know what it was like inside a real soldiers mind when he had to kill and suffer during the terrible war.
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