Good Hope in Southern VictoryEdit
A U.S. company led by Captain Hubert Rhodes and including Lt. Boris Lavochkin's platoon raided Good Hope in late 1943 right after they attacked the town of High Shoals. As soon as the U.S. forces entered the town, all machineguns opened fire indiscriminately killing civilians. Lt. Lavochkin shot up a filling station, causing it to burst into flames.
The raid was so successful that it was repeated several weeks later. While the civilians knew better this time and hid, it did them little good. The town was left a burning ruin.