While fighting in the Pacific during World War II, John Vernon Bunjes carried with him a map, which was actually the top of a stationery box. On it, he drew lines and arrows indicating his travels aboard troop ships and three battleships: USS Maryland, USS West Virginia, and USS Colorado. This book chronicles the author’s wartime experiences, along with his life during the Roaring ‘20s and the Great Depression. While he never intended to write a book, Bunjes believes providence directed him to pen this memoir. He hopes and prays Exercise in Futility will aid in channeling mankind to live a more fulfilling and abundant life without war. The book is dedicated to all the men and women who died in history’s wars, whether recorded or not.
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ISBN: 1-4137-1357-2, 186 pages, 6 x 9