Mitchell Yockelson describes the relationship between Pershing and Patton during World War I and the events of September 26, 1918 at Meuse-Argonne when Patton is shot in battle. Yockelson is the author of ‘Forty-Seven Days: How Pershing’s Warriors Came of Age to Defeat the German Army in World War I’.
Whether they produced battlefield images of the dead or daguerreotype portraits of common soldiers, […]
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Charles Poland chronicles the abolitionist’s life and motivations, including a detailed recounting of Harpers Ferry.
Future Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery nearly lost his life during the fierce battle for Meteren in 1914