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War stories -- literal and literary

Veterans Day reading showcases works about Iraq by US combatants and their kin

By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / November 10, 2006

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To Lieutenant Colonel Paul D. Danielson, a US Army Reserve combat surgeon from Holden, the difference between amputating a soldier's foot in Iraq and treating a civilian in the United States is that the soldier is more apt to say, "Thank you, Doc." (Full article: 605 words)

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