I t began the day a tank ran over his foxhole. Okay, it was an American-built Sherman, not one of the Krauts’ Panzers. And it wasn’t in battle, it was part of training. The US Army was going to prove to Abe’s platoon that with just two feet of clearance a soldier could survive while a tank drove over him, and they were going to do it by running that tank over Abe Levine’s foxhole — with Lieutenant Levine inside it.