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10 True Tales, by nonfiction writer Allan Zullo, tells ten awe-inspiring tales of Medal of Honor recipients who served during WWII.
In the book, Doss is depicted as a man who signed up for the Army as a medic. What made him different from the other soldiers is that he never fired a gun due to his religious beliefs. 10 True Tales, by nonfiction writer Allan Zullo, tells ten awe-inspiring tales of Medal of Honor recipients who served during WWII.
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Allan Zullo is an American non-fiction writer. Battle Heroes: Voices from Afghanistan. He is the best-selling, versatile author or co-author of more than 120 paperbacks for adults on a broad range of subjects for general audiences and younger readers. Perhaps best known for his offbeat books on everything from Butter My Butt and Call Me a Biscuit to The Baseball Hall of Shame, Allan has also tackled serious topics such as heroism, war, crime and the Holocaust. Crime Scene Investigators. Kid Pirates: Their Battles, Shipwrecks & Narrow Escapes.
When World War II began, Zinoviy Kolobanov already had serious military experience. Certainly, it wasn’t for his cooking skills
When World War II began, Zinoviy Kolobanov already had serious military experience. For example, he fought in the Finnish War of 1939-1940, during which he escaped from a burning tank three times. In 1941, Kolobanov commanded a tank unit during the German advance toward Leningrad (now St. Petersburg). Certainly, it wasn’t for his cooking skills. 4. Dmitry Ovcharenko: how does a Nazi lose his head.
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by. Zullo, Allan, author. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Examines ten individuals or units whose bravery during World War I is worthy of note. Grade 7. Grades 5-8. The Great War - The Tennessee crack shot: Army Corporal Alvin York - The flying fox: Royal Flying Corps Major William " Billy" Bishop - The "suicide club" hero: Army Private John "Jack" Barkley - The POW escapee: Navy Lieutenant Edouard Izac - The battlefield savior: Ambulance driver James "Jim" McConnell - The killer marksman: Army Lieutenant Samuel.
In the Soviet history of the Great Patriotic War (Eastern Front of the Second World War), there were outstanding people whose heroism caused great fear among the Nazis. Here are five heroes who contributed to the overall victory and whose exploits almost went beyond human capabilities. 1. Ivan Sereda: a soldier attacking a tank with an ax. Red Army soldier Ivan Sereda was called to the front in June 1941 at the age of 22. Before the war, he had graduated from the food technical school, so he was sent to the front as a cook in the field kitchen.
Allan Zullo is the author of more than 120 nonfiction books on subjects ranging from sports and the supernatural to history and animals. He has introduced readers to the Ten True Tales series, gripping stories of extraordinary persons who have met the challenges of dangerous, sometimes life-threatening, situations.