NO BRIDGES BLOWN
When William B. Dreux parachuted into France in 1944, the OSS infantry officer had cinematic visions of blood and guts heroics, of leading the French Maquis resistance forces in daring missions to blow up key bridges and delay the German advance. Here is the story of what actually happened--mistakes, failures, and survival.
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