From Library Journal
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Direct, concise and clear prose. Very good insights into the various leaders.
A must read for any military history student.
Very good read. I got it for my trip to Europe next month. Ambrose writes in a way that keeps you from wanting to stop. It has keep me up at night way later than I should be.Published 2 months ago by N. Evans
This is two books in one. The first deals with everything that happened in WWII after the Normandy landings. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert Sparrenberger
Excellent view of the men and women on the line in World War II. This as good as it gets from Stephen E. Ambrose, his books on D-Day and the 101st Airborne are also excellent. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael Nails
One of the best military books that I have ever read. Right up there with Tan Tru by Larry Brooks. A real eye opener about how World War 2 was fought and a hard book to put down.Published 4 months ago by Uncle Navy
Excellent book, a sequel to Ambrose's D-Day Book. So interesting to see behind the scenes, why the USA won, but why so many lives were lost. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
As a history buff, this was my kind of book. Stephen Ambrose knows how to keep things interesting.Published 5 months ago by Howard G. Berg