THE LAST OF THE 357TH INFANTRY: Harold Frank's WWII Story of Faith and Courage
Normandy 1944: twenty year old Private First Class Harold Frank, a crack shot, had landed with his battalion on Utah Beach, pushing into France to cut off the Nazi-occupied deep-water port of Cherbourg. Taken prisoner, a bullet lodged under one arm, Frank was shipped to a grueling work camp. This is his story. Photos.
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Item #: 1963716
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