Citizen Soldiers: The U S Army from the Normandy Beaches to the Bulge to the Surrender of Germany

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Drawing on hundreds of interviews and oral histories, Ambrose recreates life on the front lines during one of the bloodiest periods of World War II: from D-Day to the surrender of Germany. "The most gripping account of the second World War that I have ever read".--Joseph Heller. of photos. Maps.

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John C

Mar 26, 2016

Another of Ambroses' classics

If you tire if people's first hand experiences during WWII, you can still read ^ enjoy.
As the WWII generation is rapidly dying off, it is good to once again get their unique point of view on this deadliest of wars.

Michael G

Dec 16, 2011

Citizen Soldiers

Great Book, very informative. The book came in great shape and within just a few days.
Very satisfied. Thank You

grg7

Sep 10, 2009

Great History

I found this book to be gripping in its factual narrative. This is as close as anyone can get to combat without actually being there. Mr. Ambrose did another wonderful job making the reader feel like they were flying over the European Theater of Operations watching all of this take place below. Great read.

ElGaucho

Jan 17, 2008

Outstanding

The softcover edition has additional information added after the hard cover version was published. It's the story of the men who did the fighting, not the commanders in the rear. I got several copies for gifts.

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