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Alamo Doughboy: Marching Into the Heart of Kaiser's Germany During World War I

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Alamo Doughboy is a true story about a private who served with the Texas/Oklahoma Ninetieth Division in the First World War, his two brothers and two cousins, all of whom grew up in the same small town in Minnesota. This engrossing account is told from the neglected perspective of an infantry soldier in the trenches, containing many letters, and photographs. What was it li ...more
Paperback, First, 183 pages
Published January 7th 2014 by Branden Books, First Edition
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This story is about my great-grandfather and incorporates many letters and stories from the WWI era. A good time capsule for my family and a fun story for anyone who likes to read war stories.
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Native Wisconsinite Jennifer Rude Klett is an award-winning freelance journalist covering history, home, garden, travel, food, and life in the Midwest. A mass communications/journalism graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and former newspaper reporter, Jennifer is a regular contributor to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper. Jennifer and her family, along with their red and white ...more

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