Breakthrough to Fox Hill
Print from Waterhouse’s Medal of Honor series. Lt. Col. Raymond Gilbert Davis on his way to earning a Medal of Honor leads his battalion in the fourth attempt to rescue the beleaguered 1st Marine Division at Toktong Pass, who for 6 days and nights held off the sudden emerging forces of the Communist Chinese armies. On the Main Supply Route, adjacent to the Chosin Reservoir, the Toktong Pass was a lifeline. Davis led his battalion over three successive ridges, in the dark and in blizzard snow, close to minus 75 windchill, in continuous attacks against the enemy.
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- Measures 17″ x 25″
- Printed on archival quality paper