Allen Hall: his experiences in World War II, as told in his own words
On February 2, 2008 Allen Hall sat down at his home in Greeley, CO and told of his experiences in World War II. Pulled out of college at the height of the war, he served in the Army's 76th Infantry, 302nd, Battery C as a forward observer. With a front row (and dangerous) seat as an observer on the front lines, he gives an excellent first-hand account of the war from the Battle of the Bulge until meeting up with the Russians and Germany's surrender. He earned a Bronze Star for his bravery along the way. After the war, he returned to college, met and married his lovely wife MaryLou and finished ...
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