"This highly engrossing history is an outsatanding account of British actions in the post-D-day period." -Library Journal The Library Journal "A valuable addition to our understanding of the role of British forces during the final stages of the conflict."-Jonathan Eaton, Military History -- Jonathan Eaton Military History 'Taking forward his excellent work on the Normandy campaign, John Buckley's new book provides a well-grounded examination of the role of the British army in the defeat of Hitler, moving beyond earlier interpretations to offer an effective account of how the Germans were outfought. Ranging from soldiers to strategy, this is an exemplary study.' - Jeremy Black, author of World War Two: A Military History -- Jeremy Black "It is a worthy and ultimately convincing argument."-Alan Allport, Literary Review -- Alan Allport Literary Review Winner of the Society for Army Historical Research Templer Medal. The medal is awarded annually to the author of the book that has made the most significant contribution to the history of the British Army. -- Army Historical Research Society
About the Author
John Buckley is professor of military history at the University of Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom and the author and editor of six books on the military history of the Second World War.