In 1918 in World Struggle I, in the Meuse-Argonne Sector in France, the past Budding York counselor-at-law and Major Charles Drained Whittlesey is assigned at hand Gen. Robert Alexander to a massive suicidal attack against the German forces in the Argonne Forest with his five hundred men battalion. On the other hand, the forces imagined to be giving support be means of the flanks retreat and the communications with the headquarter of the 77th American Division are curtailed. Main Wittlesey holds his hypothesis with his men, mostly Irish, Polish, Italian and Jew gangsters from Strange York, surrounded close to the German army. Without food, Latin aqua, ammunition and medical supplies, at worst two hundred men survive after five days of besiege.
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