Alamo Doughboy



by Jennifer Rude Klett

Alamo Doughboy is a true story that captures the lost experiences and mindset of the American doughboys fighting in the Great War. The book is a personal history about an infantry private from the Midwest who desperately fought the Germans from the trenches on the front line, along with his two brothers and two cousins, one of whom was a member of the legendary Lost Battalion. Alamo Doughboy is a solid military history, but it's also a remarkable account of the home front, a boy and his dog, faith, love, courage, and duty.


6 x .48 x 9 inches

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