How I Won the Cold War
Norm Rockwell, the well-known cartoonist and writer for magazines such as Good Housekeeping, National Enquirer, Saturday Evening Post and Reader's Digest (to name a few), actually began his multi-media career with the U.S. Army. 'How I Won the Cold War' is Rockwell's personal memoirs delving into his formative years spent in the Army; from his time as a lowly private in a mortar platoon to his transition to newspaperman extraordinaire for the Stars and Stripes. While in the Army, Rockwell had many memorable experiences. From meeting his wife to bar room brawls to standing guard on the Czech border during the 1961 Berlin Wall Crisis, this tell-all book will be of interest to any Army enthusiast.