Also, it is just a very exciting, can't - put - down book.
From being overrun and captured by the Germans to being freed as POW's by Allied forces, this is one book that when you start reading it, you can't put it down.
Meller's account is first book I've read about an American's POW experience in Europe (definitely NOT "Hogan's Heroes") and it is written extremely well.
Vivid up front and in person narative of combat and the POW experience in Europe. Good read. very informative.Published 2 months ago by Thorsteen Hervold
It is almost inconceivable that so much could be expected of so little and yet this story, the true story of a man who fought and survived is a page-turner of danger and adventure.Published 3 months ago by Sonia Campbell-Gillies
Excellent military history; well written. Follow the path from England to Europe. Fierce battles in Belgium and Germany. A page turner.Published 8 months ago by Michael J. Mcdonough
My father was in the battle of the bulge 28th infantry Bloody buckets. He was in the forest on a bazooka and came home with a purple heart. Read morePublished 12 months ago by mario ammatucci
If you want to "experience" life as a WW2 American soldier, then read this book. The author's first hand account transports you to 1944-45 Europe on the front lines. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Keith
Bloody Roads to Germany is a book all generations should read. I felt like I was there with this young soldier fighting these ugly battles and experiencing the ordeals of being a... Read morePublished 14 months ago by T.S., Columbia, SC
The author has a very matter of fact and readable style that flows through the entire book. The story is great and you really understand a soldiers perspective of such a time and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by junior
THE BLOODY ROADS TO GERMANY IS A MUST READ. THE AUTHOR DOES A FANTASTIC JOB AT DESCRIBING HIS ENCOUNTERS WHILE SERVING IN THE MILITARY. WELL WRITTEN.... Read morePublished 16 months ago by JB