A Shower of Stars

A Shower of Stars

Since 1941 the Medal of Honor has been more often awarded to dead than to living men. Of all the medals issues by the United States Government, this singular medal has had a particularly solemn glory attached to its meaning. But a look at its history reveals that, from its inception, it was steeped in controversy, with threats to its integrity swirling in from all sides.

Author John. J. Pullen, during the course of research on the 20th Maine, came across an obscure… (more)

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Publisher: Stackpole Books (September 15, 2017)

Collection: Stackpole Classics

Page count: 280 pages

Language: English


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