Bring the Cruise Book to Life with this Multimedia Presentation
This CD will Exceed your Expectations
A great part of Naval history.
You would be purchasing an exact copy of the cruise book for both Navy Fleet Post
Offices in San Francisco and New York during World War II. Each page has been placed on a CD for years of enjoyable
computer viewing. The CD comes in a plastic sleeve with a custom label. Every page has been enhanced and
is readable. Rare cruise books like this sell for a hundred dollars or more when buying the actual hard copy
if you can find one for sale.
This would make a great gift for yourself or someone you know who may have served aboard her.
Usually only ONE person in the family has the original book. The CD makes it possible for other family members to have
a copy also. You will not be disappointed we guarantee it.
Some of the items in the New York and San Francisco book are
- Divisional group photos
- Merchant Marine division
- First Class mail division
- Locator Section
- Parcel Post
- Atlantic Fleet records
- Armed Guard section
- V mail section
- Registry section
- First Lieutenants office
- Seaman Guard
- Ships Service
- US Marine division
- Post office band
- Welfare and recreation
- Civilian Maintenance
- Plus much more
New York book:
Over 71 pictures and the ships story told on 35 pages.
San Francisco book: Over 66 pictures and the ships
story told on 47 pages.
Once you view this CD you will know what life was like in this US Navy mail facility during World
- 22 Minute Audio "American Radio Mobilizes the Homefront" WWII (National Archives)
- 22 Minute Audio "Allied
Turncoats Broadcast for the Axis Powers" WWII (National Archives)
- 6 Minute Audio of "Sounds of Boot Camp" in the late 50's early 60's
- Other Interesting Items Include:
- The Oath of Enlistment
- The Sailors Creed
- Core Values of the United States Navy
- Military Code of Conduct
- Navy Terminology Origins (8 Pages)
- Examples: Scuttlebutt, Chewing the Fat, Devil to Pay,
Hunky-Dory and many more.
- 25 Hi Res Images of the "World War Two Memorial" in Washington DC