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War Stories of the Battle of the Bulge ❮Reading❯ ➻ War Stories of the Battle of the Bulge Author Michael Green – Buyprobolan50.co.uk The powerful German counteroffensive operation codenamed Wacht am Rhein Watch on the Rhine launched against the American First Army in the early morning hours of December 16 1944 would result in the g The powerful German of the PDF/EPUB ç counteroffensive operation codenamed Wacht am Rhein Watch on the Rhine launched against the American First War Stories PDF/EPUB ² Army in the early morning hours of December would result in the greatest single extended land battle Stories of the eBook ´ of World War II To most Americans the fierce series of battles fought in the Ardennes Forest of Belgium Stories of the Battle of PDF or and Luxembourg that winter is better known as the Battle of the Bulge Here are the first person stories of the American soldiers who repelled the powerful German onslaught that had threatened to turn the tide of battle in Western Europe during World War II.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 322 pages
  • War Stories of the Battle of the Bulge
  • Michael Green
  • English
  • 28 August 2015

About the Author: Michael Green

See this thread of the PDF/EPUB ç for informationMichael^GreenCo Author with Gladys GreenMichael Green is an American historian of armoured vehicles of War Stories PDF/EPUB ² the Second World War He has written extensively on American tanks He has written over a hundred books on Stories of the eBook ´ various subjects with a specialisation in tanks.

4 thoughts on “War Stories of the Battle of the Bulge

  1. Alona Alona says:

    35 stars

  2. William Clement William Clement says:

    First Hand Accounts Are GrippingHave always been fascinated by the Battle of the Bulge and these first hand accounts drive home the brutality and horrors of war

  3. Jimmie Aaron Kepler Jimmie Aaron Kepler says:

    Michael Green and James D Brown have put together a fascinating book titled “War Stories of the Battle of the Bulge” If you are looking for a definitive book on The Battle of the Bulge this is not it If you want a powerful account of the battle from the mouths of those who were there this is it The authors do a great job of telling the the story with first person accounts from the American soldiers both officers and enlisted Their stories are spellbinding You will keep turning the pagesThe book is divided into four sections The Germans Attack The Americans Fight Back Christmas in the Ardennes and Closing the Gap The book's structure follows the ebb and flow of the battle The source material is drawn for the 'Bulge Bugle” the uarterly newsletter of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge Association first person accounts from members of the association and the files of the US Army Military Historical Institute We learn of the failure of higher command to realize this area of the Ardennes Losheim Gap had three times previously in history been used as an attack route The fact it was so poorly defended is nearly criminalThe cold weather of the battle was mentioned by almost everyone in their accounts Cold tired miserable under euipped were comments included in almost every story I knew the 106th Infantry Division had lost two regiments but had not realized they had over 6500 taken POWs during the battle We are reminded again and again that the individual heroism of the soldier made the difference over the course of the battleOne of my favorite stories was found from pages 40 72 “Charles Haug B Company 112th Infantry Regiment 28th Infantry Division” It was from the files of the US Army Military Historical Institute The story is a breath taking account of being pushed back by the Germans James A Steinhaufel of C Company 134th Infantry Regiment 35th Infantry Division tells the tale of his units chilling encounter with the much feared German Tiger Tank His story leaves you feeling you were thereI highly recommend the book It is one you will want to read from cover to cover The stories are generally only a few pages long This would be a excellent resource for any public library to add to its collection It is also a great way to get a feel for what you father or grand father went through if he was one of the men that confronted the 250000 German soldiers as they made their last major attack against the Allied Forces Read and reviewed by Jimmie A Kepler May 2010

  4. DavidO DavidO says:

    This is a collection of true short stories of the American and British soldiers who fought in the battle of the bulge At first I found it very interesting but after a while there was a certain sameness to the stories of which there are over 100 I think the book would have been better served by having fewer but longer stories Most of them are sadly only about a page The ones that are interesting are over 20 pages as I had time to get into their story and become emotionally invested

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