The account of the ""Lincoln Division"" of World War I, the 84th Division of World War II, by its own historical section and...

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THE 84TH INFANTRY DIVISION IN THE BATTLE OF GERMANY

The account of the ""Lincoln Division"" of World War I, the 84th Division of World War II, by its own historical section and based on first-hand interviews with combat soldiers from generals to privates. This is the whole operation of the battle of Germany on the broad and individual level, the Siegfried Line, the fight to the Rhine, the Ardennes, the mad race to the Elbo, with credit attributed to men, companies, battalions where it is due. With more than 100 photographs, maps, black and white wash drawings, reproductions, this is a record for the men of the 84th- and for future historians.

Pub Date: July 19, 1946

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Viking

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1946