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Thank you for not allowing us to forget these men. Lt. Robert M. Mullen, quoted on pg. 238 is my uncle. After reading this book, I poured through the memoirs and letters he wrote to his friends and family while he served his country until he was killed in action on Hill 369 in El Guettar, Tunisia, Africa on March 23, 1943. God bless the men who personify the most noble ideals of democracy.
Review: An Army at Dawn: The War in North Africa, 1942-1943 (World War II Liberation Trilogy #1)User Review - Michael.e.philpott - Goodreads
This is one of those military history books that, despite being on the CSA's reading list, does not make a heavy contribution to the study of the “science of war” or the “art of leadership.” However ... Read full review