|Verdun 1916 |
"They Shall Not Pass",
Drury. On February 21, 1916, German General Erich von Falkenhayn unleashed his hammer-blow offensive against the French fortress city of Verdun. His aim was nothing short of the destruction of the French army. Falkenhayn was sure that the symbolic value of Verdun was such that the French would be "compelled to throw in every man they have" - and "If they do so, the forces of France will bleed to death." Witness the immense courage and determination of the French as they hung on in a battle that became a bloody war of attrition. 96 pages, B&W photographs, 7¼"x 9¾", softcover.
|Falaise 1944 |
Death of an Army
Ford. The battle around Falaise in Normandy during August 1944 saw the destruction of the German 7th Army. Here, you'll meet the commanders of both sides; review their forces, with complete Orders of Battle; see the battle strategies; then follow the campaign through its completion. So complete, this book even takes you to see the battlefield as it looks today! 96 pages, B&W photographs with color maps and illustrations, 7"x 10", softcover.
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