In 1887, Alvin York was born to a large family in Tennessee. At the age of 28, Alvin dedicated his life to Christ and became a deacon in a small pacifist church. Two years later, World War 1 etched York’s name in the history books. Despite his pacifist beliefs, York denied status as a contentious objector, and headed for training at Camp Gordon in Georgia. It was here that York displayed his extraordinary rifle skills. York became instantly famous for killing 25 enemy soldiers, capturing 132 prisoners, and taking out 35 machine guns. How did Sergeant York handle this fame? Find out in the next episode.