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Remagen 1945: Endgame against the Third Reich (Osprey Campaign #175)

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Following the Battle of the Bulge in the Ardennes, the Allies began steps for the final assault into Germany. The long-delayed US Army thrust over the Roer River, Operation Lumberjack, finally took place in February, placing the US Army along the Rhine. The Rhine represented the last major geographical barrier to the Allied advance into Germany. The plan was for Montgomery

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Hardcover, 96 pages
Published September 26th 2006 by Osprey Publishing
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Mar 01, 2014 rated it really liked it
"Remagen 1945" is one of the numerous Osprey titles about the European war front in 1945 by author Steven J. Zaloga. I think he is one of the best Osprey Publishing-related authors and I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Zaloga clearly lays out the way that events occurred in March and April of that year, culminating in the defeat of Germany. Excellently detailed theater-wide maps are provided on pages 6 and 66, showing where the various armies of the Allies and Germans were operating at this critic ...more
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Aug 24, 2010 rated it really liked it
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A detailed account of the capture during the waning years of WWII of the strategic bridge at Remagen, German which spanned the Rhine River. The book includes great detail of the location and movement of the various US and Germany forces, artillery and strategy behind the taking of the bridge and the Allied campaign thereafter into Germany. An excellent account for WWII buffs.
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Steven Zaloga is an author and defense analyst known worldwide for his articles and publications on military technology.  He has written over a hundred books on military technology and military history, including “Armored Thunderbolt: The US Army Sherman in World War II”, one of the most highly regarded histories of the Sherman Tank.  His books have been translated into Japanese, German, Polish, C ...more
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