This is the story of a brilliant and brave man who was drafted in World War Ii. This book is about Kenneth Harold Anderson, who was drafted into the United States Army in World War Ii, enduring the horrors of the gory sword of war, as others did in the World Wars and others, experiencing trauma to mind and body that no one should have to go through. But Kenneth served with courage and honor under the most dreadful and atrocious conditions. While serving in the United States Army, he was awarded the Silver Star, he was awarded two Bronze Stars, he was awarded the prestigious French Croix De Guerre, and he was awarded the Purple Heart with Cluster, as he was wounded twice on the battle fields. He had numerous Campaign Ribbons because he participated in many of the major battles fought in the European Theater in World War Ii. Kenneth was a sergeant who was quiet, reserved, reticent, modest, and was reluctant to speak about his experiences and contributions while serving his country, but history speaks for itself-this is his story.