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November 7, 2013

A family at war: Seven siblings served simulatenously in WWII

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Kevin has carried on their work as principal of Haverhill High School.

“I had a tradition to follow,” he said.

Excerpt from Allen Horgan's letter to his brother, Patrick, June 19, 1944 "You could almost get out and walk on the flack that they were shooting at us. Sure was a sight. Just as we started our run, all hell broke loose. Up to today I have 17 missions in and with good luck I should have 50 by September, then I'm done with flying. ….. "If only I had a good camera I would send you a picture. Them alp mountains sure are fine ones. …. "Things are great over here and Germany I believe is just about finished. She will make one last stand and I believe that will be it. ..." SECOND BOX BOOK FEATURES HUNDREDS OF LOCAL VETERANS North of Boston Media Group is publishing a collectible coffee-table book featuring hundreds of local veterans who submitted their pictures, stories and memorabilia. Due out in early December and in time for holiday giving, "Salute To Veterans" is being offered through Nov. 13 at a special purchase price of $29.95. The book regularly sells for $39.95. This hard-bound book, which recognizes veterans from the Civil War to Modern Warfare, features more than 500 photos -- all of people from the North Shore and Merrimack Valley of Massachusetts and New Hampshire. If you live here, you will recognize faces. You will also be captivated by a variety of stories told by veterans themselves and talented writers from North of Boston Media Group. To order your copies of "Salute To Veterans" visit http://www.pedimentbooks.com/store/product/merrimack-veterans-book/. You can also call Linda Gardner at The Eagle-Tribune, 978-946-2241.

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