The Other Battle of the Bulge: Operation Northwind Mass Market Paperback – Apr 1992
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From Publishers Weekly
Whiting convincingly argues that Hitler's winter 1944-45 offensive aimed at Alsace-Lorraine was more significant than the Ardennes "Bulge" because it threatened to break the Western alliance and cast France into anarchy. Photos.
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.
About the Author
The author: (Location: York) is a prolific writer of military fiction and non-fiction, having sold some 3-1/2 million copies in the UK alone and has been translated into most European languages. Other titles published in the Spellmount Siegfried Lines series - West Wall, The Battle for Hitler's Siegfried Line; '44: In Combat from Normandy to the Ardennes; Bloody Aachen; The Battle of Hurtgen Forest; The Last Assault; Ardennes: The Secret War and Decision at St Vith. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Top Customer Reviews
Northern Alsatian Plain along the upper Rhine River during the 12 day tank-infantry battle. This battle between the U.S 14th Armored,79th Infantry
and 42nd Infantry Divisions and the German 21st Panzer, 25th Panzer Grenadier, 7th Parachute, and 47th Volks Grenadier Divisions should be the subject of exhaustive research because its received little attention from historians thus far. Dan Kneeland Grafton, Ma.
Most recent customer reviews
I found the book to be difficult to follow given the dearth of maps and the style of writing. I have read many battle histories but I found this book difficult to enjoy. Read morePublished on Jan. 29 2001
Mr. Whiting has the 79th infantry entering the war in europe in Aug. of 1944. Actually, the 79TH was one of the units that captured Cherbourg. This occured on June 26TH. Read morePublished on Aug. 26 1999