Recommended for general readers interested in military history. (Library Journal
Whiting adds a rarely written-about dimension to the body of material available on World War II. He presents a vivid , factual account of Nazi airborne tactics that should fascinate any armchair military strategist, former paratrooper, weekend parachutist, or lover of adventure stories. Whiting's special gift is his ability to carry the reader along... He can be simultaneously drmatic and objective. (Publishers Weekly
As good an account as anyone will find. (Soldier
About the Author
Charles Whiting, popular World War II historian, is the author of over a dozen books. He lives in York, England.