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Would highly recommend to any student of military history as a Must Read.
As with the first book in this trilogy Mr. Atkinson has done an excellent job keeping it interesting and including personal insight from the generals and the privates.
This book reads like a thrilling page-turner novel, though its impeccably researched and very well written.
A good read. I knew almost nothing about the war in Italy & Sicily before, & this was very informative & interesting.Published 4 days ago by HENRY
Atkinson has retained his excellent writing style in this second of three military history books following the US Army in WW II. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Ann de Vries
Great book, well written. Having read some of the sources he used, there is probably not a lot of new information here. How could there be? Read morePublished 5 days ago by BruceEditor
Atkinson gives a complete account of the Mediterranean theater from the conclusion of the N African campaign to the capture of Rome. Read morePublished 5 days ago by J. Hubbard
If you need to gain an understanding of the Italian campaign as I did then this book provides an excellent start. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Everard w Golding
Very well researched. This is a great history book that is a great read.Published 9 days ago by Michael E. Brinkman
An excelletn book. Amazing research. Full of facts and anecdotes. I t was long read, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Read morePublished 10 days ago by John Bow
Once again a very informative book that certainly opened my eyes to the true battles in Sicily and Italy. Very well done.Published 13 days ago by Lance Bellis