Where the Williwaw Blows
The Aleutian Islands -- World War II
Leonard Feinberg          Where the Williwaw Blows is based on Feinberg’s two-year stint (1944-45) as a naval officer on the island of Adak in the Aleutians. In this darkly humorous novel, Feinberg turns a sardonic eye on the foibles of military life while he memorializes the quiet heroism of some of the men who were stationed on one of the bleakest military outposts of World War II. Published by: Pilgrims' Process, Inc.


Map of Alaska and the Aleutians

Stout houses - Quarters on Shemya, Sept '43

Part of the Andreanof Island Group of the Aleutian Islands Aug. 1943

Unlabeled - Adak

Aleutian Index    Mess Hall

404th Staff    Dispensary

Living Quarters Adak    B-24s    U.S.O. Party

Recreation    Alert - Going Home    Map of Alaska

Ration Book 1   Ration Book 2   Ration Book 3

Ration Book 4    Ration Book Gasoline

Links to WWII In The Aleutians

Contact: William@EUBANK-WEB.com

Cold Bay Sept. 1942

Port Heiden Alaska Feb. 1943

Unlabeled Will R. Eubank - probably Elmendorf AFB

Maj. O.P. Moffett M.C. Anchorage Alaska 1942

Capt. A. R. Gilsdorf MC & W. R. Eubank Capt MC APO 948 Umnak Dec. 42

Tommy Henshaw (foreground) - Lloyd Harris "Mush"
Dogs: Prince, Skipper & Buck February 6, 1943

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