The Ghosts of Hero Street: How One Small Mexican-American Community Gave So Much in World War II and Korea

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"They came from one street, but death found them in many places--in a distant jungle, a frozen forest, and trapped in the flaming wreckage of a bomber blown from the sky ... All came from a single street in a railroad town called Silvis, Illinois, a tiny stretch of dirt barely a block-and-a-half long, with an unparalleled history. The twenty-two Mexican-American families who lived on that one street sent fifty-seven of their children to fight in World War II and Korea--more than any other place that size anywhere in the ...

The Ghosts of Hero Street: How One Small Mexican-American Community Gave So Much in World War II and Korea 2015, Dutton Caliber, New York

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The Ghosts of Hero Street: How One Small Mexican-American Community Gave So Much in World War II and Korea 2014, Berkley Publishing Group, New York

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