Not all World War II battles were fought in the skies, seas, or frontlines. Some of the hardest battles were personal, fought by servicemen while separated from the women they loved. When he was drafted into the U. S. Army, Bill Graham was just a skinny kid who'd never even traveled beyond the borders of Tennessee. By war's end, Bill was living in exotic India, and visiting the Taj Mahal, Burma, and China. Serving in army public relations, Bill's job was to help morale among servicemen stationed in the Far East. But keeping his own morale high was difficult while separated from his loving, young wife, Katherine. The couple wrote each other hundreds of letters during World War II full of love, longing, and hope for a reunited future. "Til We Meet Again" is more than Bill's view of history set against the backdrop of the essential China-Burma-India theater in the last years of World War II. "Til We Meet Again" is the story of every man and woman separated by time and war and distance.Graham, Willis is the author of 'Til We Meet Again A Soldier's Love Letters from India' with ISBN 9781577363590 and ISBN 1577363590.