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Thank God and the Infantry By John Lincoln

Thank God and the Infantry

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This is the story of the life of the infantry in the final 11 months of World War II. The vivid accounts tell tales of courage and fear, of how men faced up to the enemy under fire, and of the pride in belonging to a famous and historic regiment.

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Thank God and the Infantry: From D-Day to VE-Day with the 1st Battalion, the Royal Norfolk Regiment by John Lincoln

This is the story of the part played in the final 11 months of World War II in Europe by the "poor bloody infantry", told in their own words. Vivid eyewitness testimony recalls the experiences of the footsoldiers at the Front - from the assult on Normandy, spear-heading that great invasion, to resisting the enemy at Caen and blunting the Panzer counter-attack in the Bocage. Here, too, are the bitter battles in Holland, holding the Maas river during the coldest winter in living memory, and finally on into Germany at Bremen. These accounts tell tales of courage and fear, of how soldiers faced up to the enemy under fire, sharing danger and surviving savage conditions and of the pride in belonging to a famous and historic regiment - the Royal Norfolks.

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Destiny of empires; the most historic day - 6 June 1944; dust means death; break-out; turning point; moving welcome; infantry battle; memorable advance; doing the rough stuff; not a place of happy memories; model battle; keynote of all our successes.

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GOR002401359
Thank God and the Infantry: From D-Day to VE-Day with the 1st Battalion, the Royal Norfolk Regiment by John Lincoln
John Lincoln
Used - Very Good
Paperback
The History Press Ltd
1999-02-18
256
0750920521
9780750920520
N/A
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