Camp Constitution Press is pleased to announce the publication of “First Scout for General Patton” by World War II veteran, and life long champion of freedom, Robert Kingsbury. This is a first hand account of Mr. Kingsbury’s combat experiences as a soldier in World War II. This narrative was written as a response to a letter by Professor A Harding Ganz of Ohio State University. Mr. Kingsbury was drafted at the age of 18, and served in the 94th Infantry as a rifleman. He later went to Officers Candidate School and served as an infantry company commander in Korea. He was awarded the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart, Meritorious Service Medal, and many other decorations, and awards.
He is best known as a freedom activist, a long-time chapter leader of The John Birch Society, a candidate for numerous elected offices, a frequent guest on local New Hampshire radio talk shows, an avid letter writer, a New Hampshire State Representative, elected just a few years ago, and a great friend and supporter of Camp Constitution.
“First Scout for General Patton” is available in a 32 page booklet format for $5 or 3 for $10 (shipping and handling included). Please send a check payable to Camp Constitution C/O Hal Shurtleff 12 March Ave. West Roxbury, MA 02132.
A short talk Mr. Kingsbury gave at Camp Constitution in 2010:
The booklet is available on Camp Constitution’s scribd page http://www.scribd.com/doc/147500738/1st-Scout-Rifle-Squad-UnderGen-Patton