The Hawk and the Dove: World War II at Okinawa and Korea, by Roland Glenn, paperback, very good condition
A first-person account of the horrific hand-to-hand fighting at Okinawa, where 12,500 Americans died, memories of which have haunted Roland Glenn for all his life. The book is a development of Glenn's dramatic presentation of his wartime experiences and their psychological effect on him in civilian life. His presentation is part of the Veterans' History Project based at the Library of Congress. Glenn was awarded both the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star.