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        Fierce & Heartbreaking | Black Jack Pershing: Love and War

        In 1915, amid reports Pancho Villa might attack, Pershing was sent to the border. He missed his family deeply. One night, a fire killed his beloved wife and three daughters. Only his son survived. Pershing was devastated. Months later, after his son was settled with relatives and Pershing had returned to duty, Villa struck and Pershing pursued, winning recognition for his field command skills.

        Black Jack Pershing: Love and War

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