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Nothing Impossible: Memoirs of a United States Cavalryman In World War 2

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Nothing Impossible

Memoirs of a United States Cavalryman In World War 2
  • by Wallace L. Clement
  • Edited by Sean M. Heuvel
  • Merriam Press World War 2 Memoir Series
    • First Edition 2017
    • 210 6x9-inch pages
    • 64 photos/illustrations
    • 1 map
The late Wallace Clement served in three wars, World War II, Korea and Vietnam. A West Point Cadet, he entered the Army as a 2nd Lt. in 1940, rising to the rank of Major in 1944, serving with the 804th Tank Destroyer Battalion in Italy where late in the war he was captured and ended the war as a POW.

He served in the Korean War, as a Lt. Colonel, and in Vietnam as a Brig. General as assistant division commander of the 23rd Americal Division.

He was awarded every medal that a soldier can receive save for the Medal of Honor.

This is his story, written by him, and edited by a good friend, Sean Heuvel, who as a boy listened to Clement tell his tales of his service.

Contents
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Early Years in Cambridge
  • Chapter 2: West Point and the Cavalry
  • Chapter 3: The Move to Tank Destroyers
  • Chapter 4: Trial By Fire in Italy
  • Chapter 5: Hard Fighting Against the Germans
  • Chapter 6: POW Days
  • Chapter 7: Lessons Learned from World War II
  • Epilogue
  • Appendix A: Wallace L. Clement Dates of Rank
  • Appendix B: Military Decorations of Wallace L. Clement
  • Appendix C: Distinguished Service Cross Citation
  • Appendix D: Bronze Star Citation
  • Appendix E: U.S. Army MIA Telegram to Mrs. Helen Clement
  • Appendix F: 804th Tank Destroyer Battalion List of Enemy Equipment Destroyed and List of Enemy Personnel Captured
  • Appendix G: Letter From 804th TDB Veteran Morris H. Snow to Col. David Clement (USMCR, Ret.)
  • Appendix H: Some Highlights of the 804th Tank Destroyer Battalion in Europe
  • 804th Tank Destroyer Battalion
  • Bibliography

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