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- In the Shadow of Arnhem
These areas of Holland, criss-crossed by unfordable rivers and closely populated by small villages, had to be cleared by Allied troops in platoon or company strength, fighting in tight situations against bitter skilled resistance.
In the Shadow of the Art Work
There was none of the awesome and inspirational massing of troops seen in the battle of Normandy, for Arnhem itself. Interweaving his engaging narrative style with the eyewitness accounts and personal reminiscences of British, Canadian and Polish troops, Ken Tout reveals how these men performed their heroic deeds.
They suffered and died in unheralded, largely forgotten minor skirmishes, but on a scale far exceeding the casualties of the immediate assault on Arnhem. They deserve to be remembered.
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In the Shadow of Arnhem - E-bok - Ken Tout () | Bokus
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Save for Later. About this Item Tightly bound and carefully read. No inscription or ownership markings. No tears or loss but there is a small mark at the top edge of the first blank page.