|Frank Sisson, with Robert L. Wise.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||290 / 2020|
Growing up fatherless in Depression-era Oklahoma, Frank Sisson's life changed in 1944 when he enlisted in the Army and was deployed to France. Over the next six months, as the war in Europe raged, Sisson would participate in many of World War II's most consequential events, from the Battle of the Bulge to the liberation of Dachau. Three quarters of a century later, Frank shares his remarkable story of life under George Patton for the first time, offering a unique look at the legendary general's leadership, the experience of combat on the front lines, and the final days of World War II and its direct aftermath.