My rating: 4 of 5 stars
While on vacation in July, my son and I visited the 45th Infantry Museum in Oklahoma City. I'd like known about it but had never stopped there. It's an excellent little museum.
My mother's father was in the 45th and seriously wounded at the Battle of Anzio, spending six months in the hospital and carrying shrapnel in his body near his spine the rest of his life. After touring the museum, I realized I wanted to know more details, so I bought this book in the gift shop.
While often harrowing in its details about combat, the book inspires with the stories of courage from ordinary fellows who are pushed to human extremes.
If you enjoy WWII or military history, I recommend it.
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