by Emmanuel Guibert
Paperback, 304 pages, First Second, List Price: $24 |
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A graphic-novel biography presents the life of Alan Cope, an American World War II veteran, from being drafted at eighteen, through his war-time experiences, to his decision to return to France after the war was over.
May 24, 2009 After a chance meeting on a beach in France, a young illustrator and a World War II veteran collaborated to create Alan's War, a graphic novel that recounts an American GI's experiences in Europe.
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