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Foxhole by George K. Mullins
Autobiography of a coal country American fighting WWII in Europe

Foxhole is a deeply personal story of a young manís experience in World War II. George Mullins takes us on his journey as he travels from his isolated home in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia to the beach in Normandy as part of the Allied invasion, then landing in a glider in the liberation of Holland, next came the Battle of the Bulge in Belgium, and on to the occupation of Germany. Mullins shares his thoughts as he fires his machine gun from freezing foxholes, sees the devastation of war, and develops deep friendships with comrades in arms. In these thoughts, observations, experiences, and fears; the day-to-day reality of war comes to life. 

If you ever wondered what it was like for the men who took up arms to defend freedom and change the course of the world, look no further. óKathryn Edwards, Best Defense Foundation

...recounts the suffering and sorrow of war but seasons it with his endearing, humorous observations. óDan Herbster, former division historian for the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)

... a treasure of military history to be enjoyed by those with military experience and others who just enjoy reading a good story. óGary L. Brown, brigadier general, U.S. Army (Retired)



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