Jon Meade, Author of World War 2 Books, Brings an Engaging Story to Life
With a title like “Conquered in Corregidor, Unconquered As Hero,” you know that Jon Meade’s new book is going to be a gripping and emotional tale about the Philippines in the Second World War. Jon, an author of World War 2 books, wrote this biography of his uncle, who was captured and participated in the Bataan Death March. It goes beyond a war story and illustrates principles the United States of America stands for.
This is the story of his uncle’s combat, capture, and survival in the Philippines and Japan war. It expands through the addition of Jon’s observations and investigations he compiled during a trip to the Philippines in 2016.
Jon takes the details of his uncle’s wartime experience and uses them to encourage people to get the most out of their lives. The message is this: “Do whatever you do the best you can, and give it all you got!” The biography vividly illustrates this concept.