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Audie Murphy was the most decorated American soldier during World War II. He went on to a long film career, starring in The Red Badge of Courage, The Quiet American, and his own To Hell and Back. He was killed in a plane crash in 1971 at age forty-six.
Very good account of one hero's war experience. What Mr. Murphy went through is unbelievable and something I wish no person should go through. Mr. Read morePublished 18 days ago by travis
This was not the easiest book to read. It has had a profound effect on me, though. I finished it a couple weeks ago and didn't want to review it right away. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Donna A
Another history requirement - required reading as well as seeing the movie.Published 27 days ago by Smith#2
This man went to hell and back and came back a broken saint; what a story.Published 1 month ago by Stephen Esric Loomes
Worth a read to get some insight into the mind of a famous (& young) solider. How does a courageous act happen? But, unfortunately, very little self examination here.Published 1 month ago by Henry Bright
Good insight into the daily horror of war. I was amazed at how Audie Murphy wrote this truly heart pounding saga into the heart of Germany. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Onlygameintown