By David Rothbart

this can be the extreme memoir of the twenty second Infantry Regiment--a unit that Ernest Hemingway stayed with for 5 months. It describes the unit's historical WWII force throughout France and the bloody conflict of the Hurtgen wooded area, and relates a relocating account of guys who enlisted to struggle in a simply reason. concerning the chaos of battle and the way unintentional atrocities--such because the use of poison gasoline by way of American artillery on November 15, 1944--were narrowly avoided, Soldier's magazine is a memoir wealthy in personality, aspect, and atmosphere.

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