Buck; a Tennessee Boy in Korea (inscribed to: Lee Marvin, My Favorite Tought. Keller Cox, Raymond L. Frazier, Doc.
Buck; a Tennessee Boy in Korea (inscribed to: Lee Marvin, My Favorite Tought
Buck; a Tennessee Boy in Korea (inscribed to: Lee Marvin, My Favorite Tought

Buck; a Tennessee Boy in Korea (inscribed to: Lee Marvin, My Favorite Tought

(Chogie, Clarksville, TN, 1982). Octavo. Item #027255

215 pages; Buck is the story of a young 16 year old soldier in Korea who by age18 was a combat veteran and then a P.O.W. Growing up as a sharecropper without schooling, the recruiting Sergeant taught him to write his name so he could be enlisted. He was a graduate of "Olde Pusan U" while technically fiction it was based on the memories of Raymond L. "Doc" Frazier. In a review of the book, William K. Cooper, Forward Observer of the Second Division says: "These 'Dogface Warriors' have my undying respect. They did it. They hung tough." Bound in blue cloth, spine lettering gilt, in a very good pictorial dust jacket with a few tiny holes to rear fold, only very minor wear to spine ends.

Price: $75.00

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