To Conquer Hell
To Conquer Hell The Meuse-Argonne, 1918 By Lengel, Edward G. Book - 2008

The Meuse-Argonne was the largest single battle fought by Americans ever, and bar none the bloodiest, but no complete modern histories have been written chronicling the experience of more than a million "Doughboys" who fought and died here to bring World War I to a close.
Sgt. York, the "Lost Battalion," General Pershing, and a young George S. Patton and Harry Truman are among the many indelible characters peopling Lengel's tale, which is positively studded with first-hand accounts and diary entries covering 47 days of horrific fighting on the Western Front.

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