Return To Heartbreak Ridge
is the story of a sons' search for his fathers' past, and a series of letters received from Korean War Veteran SFC Seymour "Hoppy" Harris, a gunner with Company H, 23d Infantry Regiment, 1951.
The story of a war in Korea begins at Chip-yong-ni, February 13, 1951, and ends at Heartbreak Ridge in October, 1951. But the end of war for Harris is only the beginning of a permanent
nightmare of war. The book explores a forgotten war, and the true story of the events which shaped the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.