THE LOST ELEVEN: The Forgotten Story of Black American Soldiers Brutally Massacred in World War II
Members of the 333rd Field Artillery Battalion, the Wereth 11 were brave African-American soldiers who managed to escape the Ardennes Offensive and find refuge in the village of Werenth, Belgium. When Nazi authorities learned of their whereabouts, they subjected the soldiers to torture and execution in a nearby field. Their story, lost for some 70 years, is unearthed in this moving account. 16 pages of photos.
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