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Massacre at Hill 303
Basil B. Clark with
James Melvin Rudd
Publisher Waldenhouse Publishers, Inc.
Description 150 pages on LSI Archival White 5" x 8" perfect bound with matte laminate $19.00
Availability February 2018
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Hayesville, NC 28904
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James M. Rudd tells the author about his experiences growing up, during the Korean War, and the rest of his adult life. It highlights a massacre at Hill 303 which he survived by feigning death. It is a poignant and riveting story of how he moved from hatred and bitterness during the massacre to a point of forgiveness some sixty years later.
HISTORY / Asia / Korea

About the Author

Basil B. Clark is a retired associate professor from the University of Pikeville where he taught public speaking, voice and articulation, interpersonal communication, political communication, mass media, and fundamentals of theatre and acting.

He served fourteen months as an Infantryman with the 1st Air Cavalry Division in Vietnam where he received the Silver Star, two Bronze Stars (one for Valor) and a Purple Heart. His interests lie in writing, gardening, photography, art, and enjoying all activities with his wife Cora, and their two cats, Scooter and Little Bit.


What readers are saying

  • Riveting ... A powerful read you will not forget. - Troy Radtke, Rock Spring, GA
  • Wih his own ingihtful combat experience, Mr. Clark has really brought Mr. Rudd's story to life - Charlie Saunders, Chattanooga, TN
  • ... a well written, moving story of brave actions and survival during the hardships of war. - Andy Rios, Combat Infantryman, Vietnam
  • I was immediately taken by the depth of character in this book, relatable peope experiencing life changing events, but subtle and jarring, in great, vivid detail. - Bret Hyberger, Director of Worship and Music, Ootewah (TN) United Methodist Church
  • ... an intriguing story ... Korea is often mentioned as the forgotten war, but to these veterans it will never be forgotten. - Edward A. Parker, Ringgold, GA
  • Massacre at Hil 303 is a great read, exposing the silent killer ... survivor's guilt. - Charles D. Matherson, author of A War Still Raging, Purple Heart, Infantryman (101st Airborn) Door Gunner (121st Helicopter Assault Company)
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