Foot Soldier by Roscoe C. Blunt
A Combat Infantryman's War in Europe

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Now in paperback: One of the most immediate, unvarnished accounts ever written of a soldier's day-to-day struggles in World War II, by "a war hero and a patriot."-Washington Post
 

About Roscoe C. Blunt

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Blunt was the youngest soldier to be awarded the Expert Infantry Badge. After returning home from the war, he became an award-winning investigative journalist as well as an expert jazz and big-band drummer.
 
Published July 21, 2009 by Da Capo Press. 320 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, War. Non-fiction

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""I am not a backslapping, let's belly up to the bar and relive the war type,"" writes Blunt, who became an award-winning New England crime journalist after earning the Bronze Star and other commendations for his infantry service--and it shows.

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