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Название: The battle for Geilenkirchen (After the Battle 140) Издательство: Battle of Britain International Год: 2008 Страниц: 56 Формат: pdf Размер: 25 mb Язык: English
On November 18, 1944, the Allies launched an assault to capture the German town of Geilenkirchen. Located as it was right on the boundary between the British and American armies in Europe, it was reduced in a joint Anglo-American operation. Karel Margry tells this fascinating story. 1945 Battlefield Tour Major R. G. Matthews takes us back to September 1945 when a party of 23 officers and men of the 4th Battalion, The Dorsetshire Regiment, plus four men of the affiliated 112th Field Regiment, RA, left their barracks in Oerrel in north-west Germany, to embark on a 16-day tour through Holland, Belgium, France and Germany.
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