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The Battle for Snow Mountain         
The Battle for Snow Mountain
        
By Donald Young
        
ISBN: 978-1-929763-48-1
        
Price: $17.95
        
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The Battle for Snow Mountain is a comic World War II novel which begins with a surreal picture of The Snow Mountains, during the German breakthrough into the Ardennes in the winter of 1944. Richard thinks their first days at the front make sense. Timmons believes their actions are ridiculous. Because their inept, absurd Captain takes them up the wrong road, the two GIs are captured and sent to a POW camp. General Dwight D. Eisenhower appears throughout the novel, and during the massive German attack, is celebrating his 5th star at a party in Versailles. The two soldiers, during an American air raid, escape from the POW camp to the Russian zone, and then end up in Paris, where Timmons has an amusing afternoon with a French prostitute. Richard receives a letter from his sweetheart Gloria who happens to mention she’s married. After their misadventures Timmons still thinks their war effort made no sense, whereas Richard believes their actions were necessary and meaningful.

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