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Yet another Aberjona Press classic ...A fascinating tale of a young Ivy Leaguer who found himself as a 19-year-old scout in the Vosges Mountains ...a profound coming of age story of a young man's transition to manhood. Emotionally charged, meticulously edited, and expertly packaged, Into the Mountains Dark is a wonderful WWII memoir.
Military Heritage Magazine, April 2001
A deceptively absorbing account told with warmth, humor, style, wit, and above all, honesty superbly written.
Military Trader magazine, August 2001
Those who want to expand their knowledge of WWII will find it enlightening. Those who want a cogent portrayal of human relations, good and bad, in stressful, life-threatening and miserable conditions, will gain understanding of what, if not why, men engage in such activities.
General Frederick J. Kroesen, Former CG, Seventh Army, in Army magazine, June 2001
Highly recommended...complements Black Edelweiss and The Good Soldier.
Armchair General Magazine, September 2005
Into the Mountains Dark|
A WWII Odessey from Harvard Crimson to Infantry Blue
by Franklin L. Gurley
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Members of the 100th Infantry Division Association and their family members