Book review: The Battle for Arnhem 1944-1945

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If you haven’t got the time for a full blown account of the airborne landings and the mad dash by 30th Corps up 60 miles of single track road, then here’s an Images of War photo-led guide

 

Author: ANTHONY TUCKER-JONES

 

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If you haven’t got the time for a full blown account of the airborne landings and the mad dash by 30th Corps up 60 miles of single track road, then here’s an Images of War photo-led guide. The text is fairly general and basic, it's more of an introduction to the subject, but it does give an overview of the action. However, it’s the photos that bring the story to life, from the airborne troops dropping on the various bridges, to the tanks making their tortuous way past burnt out wrecks, up Hells Highway.

 

• Pen and Sword

• ISBN 978-1-5267-3001-5

• 128 pages • Softcover • £14.99

 

As reviewed in The Armourer October 2019 issue

 

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