Doyle Glass (born January 22, 1962) is an American historical novelist and sculptor. He is best known for his bestselling nonfiction books Lions of Medina (2007), Swift Sword (new edition 2023) and for sculpting the Texas Medal of Honor Memorial (2008) and the Kentucky Medal of Honor Memorial (2001). Glass began writing and sculpting following a career as a criminal prosecutor in Texas and Kentucky.

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Sonya Butt: The Young Spy

Sonya Butt: The Young Spy

May 28, 1944. 20-year-old Sonya Butt parachutes into occupied France. "I began my mission in wartime France as a British secret agent. My job was to recruit, arm and train a secret French force to carry out sabotage and harassment," she recounted after the war. Sonya,...

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D-Day’s ‘forgotten man’

D-Day’s ‘forgotten man’

‘Monday, June 5, 1944. Thus has been made the vital and crucial decision to stage the great enterprise which [shall?], I hope, be the immediate means of bringing about the downfall of Germany’s fighting power & Nazi oppression & an early cessation of...

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After the Night Battle

After the Night Battle

This photo was taken by Sergeant Bruce Martin on the morning of October 13th, 1967, after the night battle. The main march in for Operation Medina from the landing zone (“LZ Dove”) began on October the 12th, 1967, and they basically cut a path through this heavy...

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