For Seven Weeks After D Day, Hundreds Of Thousands Of Allied Troops Were Bottled Up Along The Landing Beaches Finally, 3,000 American And British Planes Bombarded A Narrow Path Into Enemy Territory, And The Allies Surrounded 100,000 Die Hard Germans At Falaise Breuer S Stirring Reconstruction Of The Battle As Seen From Both Sides Makes This One Of The Best WWII Books Of Recent Years JOHN BARKHAM REVIEWS 34 Photos.
William B Breuer landed with the first assault waves in Normandy on D Day June 6, 1944 , then fought across Europe Later, he founded a daily newspaper on a string in Rolla, Missouri, and after that, a highly successful public relations firm in St Louis, Missouri He had been writing books full time since 1982
- 312 pages
- Death of a Nazi Army: The Falaise Pocket
- William B. Breuer
- 26 June 2018 William B. Breuer