Fb2 America's Forgotten Army: The Story Of The U.s. Seventh ePub
by Charles Whiting
|Publisher:||Da Capo Press; 1st Edition edition (March 21, 1999)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1848 kb|
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Charles Whiting, a premier historian of World War II, served with a reconnaissance outfit in the wa.
Charles Whiting, a premier historian of World War II, served with a reconnaissance outfit in the war. He is the author of several bestselling books, including Patton, The Last Assault and Death on a Distant Frontier. He currently lives in York, England. It not only gives a detailed record of "who went where when", but also gave a few "why's" and did a good job of explaining the conflict within the army versus the French and in the . general staff as well. My grandfather served in the 7th army for a time and this was a good filler on where he was and why.
America's Forgotten Army book. Seventh Army, which fought its way through Sicily and Southern France to the last Nazi stronghold in Bavaria. The desperate struggle to free Europe from the Nazi scourge was fought on many fronts, but never before has the story of America's Seventh Army been fully explored.
If there is a weakness, it is the book’s reliance on secondary sources. Any of the book’s shortcomings, however, are more than made up for by Whiting’s flowing prose. He does not bog down in tiresome reports of corps realignments or Army jargon.
America's Forgotten Army. com User, November 4, 2004. Charles Whiting has written an excellent,readable history of a very important segment of WWII in Europe that the press,the public and even many historians neglected. I recently learned the author was my uncle's commanding officer during WWII and this book follows my uncle's war experiences.
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America's forgotten heroes: 100 years ago, the . In addition, the French army had passed its peak by 1917 and the British would do so in that year
America's forgotten heroes: 100 years ago, the . finally agreed to send soldiers to join the Allies in the trenches and help turn the course of WWI. So why, asks a top historian, is their awesome bravery barely remembered today? By Sir Hew Strachan For The Daily Mail. In addition, the French army had passed its peak by 1917 and the British would do so in that year. Thereafter both would decline in numbers. Many Americans saw it as an act of war. Charles E. Lauriat Jr, a publisher from Boston, described how he helped another woman into a lifeboat.