The Victors: The Men of WWIIPaperback
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- Publisher: POCKET BOOKS
- Format: Paperback | 448 pages
- Dimensions: 130mm x 196mm x 30mm | 322g
- Publication date: 21 September 2004
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0743492420
- ISBN 13: 9780743492423
- Illustrations note: Illustrations, 1 map, ports.
- Sales rank: 251,950
From Utah bridge to The Bulge and on to Hitler's Eagle's nest in Germany, Ambrose describes the momentous events of the war until the final days when the Allied soldiers pushed the German troops out of France, chased them across Germany, and destroyed the Nazi regime, making this the definitive history of the Second World War. At the centre of this epic drama are the citizen soldiers, the boys who became men as they fought and rose to the occasion, proving eventually unbeatable. THE VICTORS displays Ambrose's scholarship and authority, his readability, and the powerful love and admiration for these young men that make his books on war so moving and popular.
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Stephen E. Ambrose, leading World War II historian, was the author of numerous books on history including the Number 1 bestselling BAND OF BROTHERS, D-DAY (on which SAVING PRIVATE RYAN was based) PEGASUS BRIDGE and WILD BLUE. He is founder of the Eisenhower Center and the National D-Day Museum in New Orleans. He died in 2002.
Harry Crumpacker"St. Petersburg Times"No historian writing today understands and empathizes with the World Ware II generation of Americans better than Stephen Ambrose...Reading this book will leave only a profound understanding of an undeniable truth.