The Bravest Guy

A True Story of Overcoming Seemingly Impossible Odds

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The unforgettable biography of WWII veteran Don Wedewer as penned by his son Harry Wedewer, The Bravest Guy tells of a man who lost both legs and most of his vision at age 19. He dedicated his life to breaking down barriers to the blind; for his efforts, he earned recognition from four U.S. Presidents, selection for the Blind Hall of Fame, and the Migel Medal, the highest award in the blindness field. An extraordinary and captivating story of a soldier whose mission of service to others continued for the whole of his life, The Bravest Guy is highly recommended. It should be noted for personal reading lists that The Bravest Guy is also available in a Kindle edition ($1.95).
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