Sergeant Sandlin Kentucky's Forgotten Hero

On September 26, 1918, during the devastating Battle of the Meuse-Argonne Forest, Sandlin, acting alone, attacked and disabled three German machine gun nests and killed all twenty-four occupants. During the day’s fighting, Sandlin “voluntarily and deliberately” raced forward into dangers so great the he could hardly hope to survive.  For his “conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty,” Sandlin received the Medal of Honor, which was presented to him by General John J. Pershing before Sandlin returned to America at the end of the war.

Hardcover By: James M. Gifford