Through My Eyes: 91st Infantry Division in the Italian Campaign, 1942-1945

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Hellgate Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 193 pages
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1942 -- the mention of it still evokes images of our once-proud fleet sinking into Pearl Harbor's watery graveyard, and Nazis goose-stepping through the Arc de Triomphe. Leon Weckstein had just turned 21 and figured he'd be drafted. After being rejected by the Navy for poor eyesight, he found himself drafted into the 91st Infantry Division. He became dependent on his vision for survival as he led his platoon through dangerously crucial assignments -- including a direct order to level the Tower of Pisa. From his forward observation post, he held the Tower's fate in his hands...

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Leon Weckstein was born in New York City in 1921. After graduating high school in Los Angeles, he was drafted into the Army where he served until his discharge in October 1945. He is the author of Hellgate Press' Through My Eyes: 91st Infantry Division in the Italian Campaign, 1942-45. He is now retired, living in Southern California.

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