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Arnhem Lift: A Fighting Gilder Pilot Remembers

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In 1945 Louis Hagen anonymously published his personal account of the battle of Arnhem. It became a bestseller and was translated into six languages. In 1989 Hagen met a former German officer who had fought in the battle, and consequently this new edition includes the German side of the story.
Hardcover, 118 pages
Published June 1st 1993 by Pen & Sword Books (first published January 1st 1974)
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John
So few people are aware of the contribution made by the Glider Pilot Regiment. Unlike their American counterparts that were basically civillians that were evacuated home as soon as they landed, these troops were every bit as much a special force as those that they were carrying; They formed part of the frontline - fighting.

Louis Hagen, a veteran of the Regiment takes you on an historical journey through their history, culminating in the debacle at Arnhem.
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