By Joseph Farris
An illustrated memoir from a World War II soldier is drawn from the letters, sketches, snapshots, and mementos of Pvt. Farris, who left his home of Danbury, Connecticut, and set off to war aboard the U.S.S. “General Gordon” in October 1944, bound for France as part of Company M, 398th Infantry.
This is an illustration by Joseph Farris from his powerful memoir A Soldier’s Sketchbook.
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