Released in September 2010, When All the Men Were Gone: World War II and the Home Front, One Boy's Journey through the War Years
is a memoir written by Binghamton native Ronald G. Capalaces.

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When All the Men Were Gone” is intended as a salute, some sixty-five years later, to those of my generation, the ones who lived in the shadow of the Greatest Generation.  It was our generation that also suffered many losses; our loved ones; our innocence; our nurturing.  We saw the toll of human conflict and the horror of the Atom Bomb.  As kids, most of us were on our own, without any clue where we were heading.  We came of age between two powerful decades: “The Forties” and the “Sixties.”