March 1927

The Battle of the Benning Plain

Volume 12, Issue 1

DOWN he dropped in a heap, and got first aid from a comrade, and expired on the field of honor, and his tin hat was hoisted on rifle butt as bayonet pierced the ground and held the headgear aloft in token of a departed soldier. But he surprised the spectators by getting up later and walking away.

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