1887-1964Here is an image of Alvin C. York, the famous World War I hero. Born in Pall Mall Tennessee, The defunct American Historical Wax Museum of Gatlinburg dedicated a scene to this local hero. As a Corporal, he led a group of soldiers on this successful attack of German Machine gunners. His heroics helped earn him the rank of Sergeant. There were obviously more than three German soldiers being raided, and he did not defeat them single handed (contrary to popular belief).
A close up of Alvin C. York. The figure is a fairly accurate representation of the man.
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