What is the godly legacy of the fathers of World War II? Their story has not been told--until now! More than 406,000 American soldiers died during the Second World War, leaving an estimated 183,000 children fatherless. Hundreds of thousands of other U.S. troops did return, but many never connected with their children. However, within the ranks of these survivors was a remarkable collection of men who made it their life mission to speak the providences of God and the meaning of manhood to the boys who would one day fill their shoes. Through wartime letters and present-day pilgrimages to the bloody battlefields of their youth, the ancient warriors have spoken. Meet tough-as-nails Marine "Colonel" Bill Henderson and P-51 Mustang flyboy Bill Brown--both of whom survived to train generations to sing praises to God. Their thankful children rise to honor and surpass their legacy. They are "The League of Grateful Sons."
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