PATTON'S LAST GAMBLE: The Disastrous Raid on POW Camp Hammelburg in World War II
In March 1945 Gen. George Patton created a special task force to venture more than fifty miles behind enemy lines and liberate a POW camp. The raid was a disaster. Out of some three hundred men, only three dozen returned. Based on memoirs, diaries, combat reports, and interviews with survivors.
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