By Mark Goodwin. Sixty-five interviews from the men of the 101st Airborne Division to those of the 1st Marine, read true stories about the men who fought for their country during WWII and the Korean War. This book is not only a book about personal tales, it's also a book about the guns and knives used in combat. Published in 2006. 237 Pages - Softcover.
Publisher: Scott Duff Publications Date of Publication: 2005 Number of Pages: 232
Summary of Material (from the publisher):
Author Mark G. Goodwin has assembled an interesting compilation of interviews from U. S. Military combat veterans who
used these weapons in combat. We collectors sometimes get so caught up in the hardware that we overlook the fact that
these arms were looked upon by their users as simply tools to perform a dangerous and dirty, but vitally necessary, job.
Notes: Softcover, 6" x 9", b&w photos
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"US Infantry Weapons in Combat: Personal Experiences from World War II and Korea" Book by Mark Goodwin