by Harry Siebert (Author), Ralph Roberts (Foreword)
Harry Siebert brings us what it was like to be a real cavalry office at the beginning of World War II. He trained on horses but as the war progressed, the cavalry moved to light armor and that’s what he rode – armored personnel carriers – off the landing boats onto the D-Day beaches of Normandy. A glimpse of the heroes who saved the world in WWII. And Harry was one of those.