One of a kind World War II diary.
A day-by-day account of an American soldier in the 125th Field Artillery from the day he was drafted in 1941 to the day he returned home from combat in July of 1945.
Corporal Wagner kept a diary buttoned in the shirt pocket of his uniform, a camera in his pants pocket, and recorded an accurate record of the combat soldier's life beginning in Duluth, Minnesota, going to Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, Fort Dix, New Jersey, Northern Ireland, Scotland, North Africa, and Italy including Mt. Vesuvius, Rome and Pisa.
Original documentation from WWII!
A truly amazing historical record that would make Ernie Pyle proud.