The final first-person battlefield account of World War I and Belleau Wood, as told by Pvt. Jim Scarbrough, 83rd Company, 3rd Battalion, Sixth Regiment United States Marine Corps, Allied Expeditionary Force. Jim's story puts you there; crossing the wheatfield at Belleau Wood, creeping across No-man's-land at Verdun, charging up Blanc Mont ridge behind the artillery. Many original historic and contemporary photos, a great text for USMC history. Makes a nice gift for any young Jarhead or old Leatherneck!
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