This review is from: Arnhem: Jumping the Rhine 1944 & 1945 (Paperback)
This book starts right after the break out out of Normandy in August 1994 and ends after completing Plunder Varsity in March 1945.
Plenty of attention has been paid to decision making processes at the higher levels of command without sacrifcing on first person accounts
from both the Allied side as well as the Axis side.Lloyd Clark's writing style makes this non-fiction book eminently readable and well paced.
In my opinion it's a good introduction to the Allied operations within the given time period and allowing you (if you want to) go deeper into
the matter by reading more about f.e. Arnhem, soldier's accounts or divsional histories.
I read quite a lot of books of this period as I hail from Arnhem where Market Garden is still pretty much alive in the people's hearts.
In my opinion, Lloyd Clark does provide some interesting insights in this book, especially about InterAllied relationships.
This book was rated by me with 5 stars for this reason.