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Superb First Hand WWII Combat Account
on 22 May 2005
One of the very best first hand accounts of WWII combat from the point of view of a young, green, American infanty officer who quickly becomes a veteran combat commander.
Truly superb insight into life in the front line from the St Lo Breakout, through the forgotten hell of Hurtgen, the Ardennes and twice through the Siegfried line.
The best I have yet read for an insight of infantry fighting at a platoon and company level.
I urge you to read this book.