Follow Me And Die: The Destruction Of An American Division In World War Ii
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Follow Me And Die: The Destruction Of An American Division In World War Ii

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Hardcover, First Edition, 320 pages
Published February 1984 by Stein and Day, Publishers
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Marion
Sep 11, 2007 Marion rated it 5 of 5 stars Recommends it for: WWII interests
This book is an amazing story of the National Guard of PA that fought in the Kaul Valley in Germany in WWII. It really gives you a reality check on our armed services who fight for our freedom. Never forget who died for freedom over our nation's history. Freedom is still being fought for in this world and cannot be taken for granted. Protect it.
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