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Great book! I enjoyed learning about a lesser known piece of WWII history, but yet so very important. Don't look at the photos on the back until you read the entire book! ;-)Published 16 hours ago by Amazon Customer
The movie was more tense and Hollywood, you didn't get a sense that these were not men likely to wind up in a foxhole but the book is faithful to the greatest generation and their... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Melissa Rosen
I lived during WWII and have spent many years reading and teaching about it. I have spent time in Europe in places mentioned in the book. I found that Mr. Read morePublished 4 days ago by A.C.
Such an interesting story. I read this before the movie came out, and I recommend it even if you've seen the movie as there's so much more included here, so many details about the... Read morePublished 4 days ago by SS
Really good book. Without it, most would not know about the art that was almost lost to the destruction of one mad man. Informative book.Published 6 days ago by tmead27
Delves into the material in quite a bit of depth. Comprehensive. Quite well documented. Exciting piece of history. Monumental in scope.Published 8 days ago by dale campbell
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There has not been a group like this since WWII and that is a shame. We must learn from history. They were so successful in Europe, but where were they in Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq?? Is it because our military leaders since Gen. Eisenhower do not care to save... Read More
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