Hurtgen Forest

The Battle of Hurtgen Forest (The West Wall Series Volume 4) (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Feb. 2, 2014
The Battle of Hurtgen Forest (The West Wall Series Volume 4) (Repost)

Charles Whiting - The Battle of Hurtgen Forest (The West Wall Series Volume 4)
Da Capo Press | 2000 | ISBN: 1580970559 | English | 313 pages | PDF | 41.46 MB

Carinhall Revisited / Battle of the Hurtgen Forest (After the Battle №71)  Magazines

Posted by Димарик at Jan. 30, 2014
Carinhall Revisited / Battle of the Hurtgen Forest (After the Battle №71)

Carinhall Revisited / Battle of the Hurtgen Forest (After the Battle №71)
Battle of Britain Prints International Ltd. | 1991 | English | 56 Pages | PDF | 64 MB

Carinhall Revisited + Battle of the Hurtgen Forest  Magazines

Posted by lout at June 17, 2009
Carinhall Revisited + Battle of the Hurtgen Forest

Carinhall Revisited + Battle of the Hurtgen Forest (After the Battle 71)
Publisher: After the Battle 1991 | 56 Pages | PDF | 72 MB

The Battle of Hurtgen Forest (West Wall Series)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by robin-bobin at March 20, 2009
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The Battle of Hurtgen Forest (West Wall Series) By Charles Whiting
Publisher: Da Capo Press 2000 | 312 Pages | ISBN: 1580970559 | PDF | 40 MB

Volume 4 in the West Wall series. The U.S. Army regards the Hurtgen Forest as one of the most desperate -and longest- battles it has ever fought. Flanking the key German city of Aachen, the thick evergreen forest was a formidable natural barrier made more secure with a network of concrete bunkers that made up part of the West Wall…

The Bloody Forest: Battle for the Hurtgen: September 1944-January 1945  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at May 24, 2013
The Bloody Forest: Battle for the Hurtgen: September 1944-January 1945

Gerald Astor, "The Bloody Forest: Battle for the Hurtgen: September 1944-January 1945"
ISBN: 0891416994, 0891418555 | 2000 | EPUB/MOBI | 416 pages | 4 MB/4 MB
The Bloody Forest: The Battle for the Huertgen, September 1944 - January 1945 (Repost)

Gerald Astor, "The Bloody Forest: The Battle for the Huertgen, September 1944 - January 1945"
2000 | pages: 308 | ISBN: 0891416994 | EPUB | 4,6 mb

The Forgotten Soldier: Of the 2nd Wave on D-Day  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by roxul at July 24, 2017
The Forgotten Soldier: Of the 2nd Wave on D-Day

Fawn Zwickel, "The Forgotten Soldier: Of the 2nd Wave on D-Day"
2017 | ASIN: B071XQ14L9 | 201 pages | EPUB | 2 MB

The Forgotten Soldier: Of the 2nd Wave on D-Day  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by hill0 at June 12, 2017
The Forgotten Soldier: Of the 2nd Wave on D-Day

The Forgotten Soldier: Of the 2nd Wave on D-Day by Fawn Zwickel
English | 30 May 2017 | ASIN: B071XQ14L9 | 321 Pages | AZW3 | 791.99 KB

"When we think of armies, we think of mass waves of soldiers, but very seldom do we think of the one man and his story. That’s what this book gives us." – Dog Eared Books

Siegfried Line 1944-45: Battles on the German frontier (Campaign 181) (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at March 30, 2015
Siegfried Line 1944-45: Battles on the German frontier (Campaign 181) (Repost)

Steven Zaloga, Steve Noon - Siegfried Line 1944-45: Battles on the German frontier
Osprey Publishing | 2007 | ISBN: 1846031214, 9781846031212 | English | 99 pages | PDF | 43.89 MB
Campaign 181

Siegfried Line 1944-45: Battles on the German frontier (Campaign)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by yurii1982 at Aug. 3, 2009
Siegfried Line 1944-45: Battles on the German frontier (Campaign)

Siegfried Line 1944-45: Battles on the German frontier (Campaign)
Publisher: Osprey Publishing | ISBN: 1846031214 | edition 2007 | PDF | 96 pages | 43,3 mb

The Siegfried Line campaign was one of the most frustrating and bloody series of battles fought by the US Army in Northwest Europe.
In order to break through the German-Belgian border north of the Ardennes and eventually reach the Rhine, the First and Ninth divisions of the US Army dispersed themselves along the German Siegfried Line.
The campaign kicked off in earnest in late September with the encirclement and eventual capture of Aachen, the first major German city to fall to the Allies. The paths to the Roer included not only the heavily urbanized area northeast of this city, but also the Hurtgen Forest along its southeastern flank…