Shoebox Memories is a collection of stories from ten WWII Veterans. Their stories begin with Eisenhower's orders to invade Normandy late at night on June 6, 1944 and end with the liberation of Dachau on April 24, 1945. Of the ten WWII Veterans, two are native South Carolinians while the rest are retirees who have moved to the Beaufort area.
The Veterans shared their recollections about critical events occurring during the WWII conflict including: D-Day; the Invasion of Normandy; the Malmedy Massacre; a B-17 bombing in Cologne, Germany; the burning of Manila; the landing at Iwo Jima; and the liberation of Dachau.
Shoebox Memories features the recollections of Dr. Charles Aimar, Fred Anderson, Elaine Barlett, Fly Flanagan, Hal Harriman, Bob Holly, Sam Najarian, Earl Rogers, George Scuffos and Gernard Warshaw.