MONTE CASSINO: Opening the Road to Rome
Examines the campaign from the political and strategic levels to the tactical, using official records, accounts from commanders and participants, and interviews--one of the bloodiest European battles of WWII, fought from January to June 1944 for the Gustav Line, anchored on Monte Cassino, famous for the Benedictine Abbey. Illus.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 3884082
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