Sergeant York Paperback
by Thomas Nelson Publishers; John Perry;
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Born in a two-room log cabin in the hills of northern Tennessee, York was a bona fide backwoodsman who had taken numerous prizes at turkey shoots back home. His marksmanship served him well that morning in WWI. By the time he reached the U.S. position, York and his few remaining companions were marshaling a parade of 132 enemy soldiers. His feat knocked the wind out of a planned German counterattack. Not bad for a former conscientious objector.
In this 'Christian Encounters' biography, learn more about York's struggles with being a Christian and a soldier and how this simple man showed a nation the meaning of the word hero.
Sergeant York by Thomas Nelson Publishers; John Perry was published by Thomas Nelson in October 2010 and is our 2134th best seller. The ISBN for Sergeant York is 9781595550255.
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Details for Sergeant York
|Page last updated||1st October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Thomas Nelson Publishers; John Perry|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (October 2010)|
|Number of Pages||176|