Give Me Tomorrow
Patrick O’Donnell talked about the soldiers who made up George Company of the First Marines, one of the most highly decorated and bloodied… read more
Patrick O’Donnell talked about the soldiers who made up George Company of the First Marines, one of the most highly decorated and bloodied companies in the Korean War. He spoke at Borders Bookstore in his hometown of Westlake, Ohio. He was joined by Bob Harbula, one of the veterans of George Company that he had interviewed for the book. They responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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Bob Harbula Veteran U.S. Marine Corps
Patrick K. O'Donnell Author
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