HITLER'S ARDENNES OFFENSIVE: The German View of the Battle of the Bulge
The battle at Ardennes, a major German offensive, caught the Allied forces off guard in Belgium, France, and Luxembourg, with devastating losses on both sides. There are Western accounts of the battle, but little has been told from the German perspective. Parker has compiled accounts by German officials, who reveal how they perceived the battle, how they thought Hitler perceived it, and what went wrong. Illus.
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