War Correspondent: From D-Day to the Elbe Holbrook Bradley

ISBN: 9780595397174

Published: February 9th 2007

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220 pages


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War Correspondent: From D-Day to the Elbe  by  Holbrook Bradley

War Correspondent: From D-Day to the Elbe by Holbrook Bradley
February 9th 2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 220 pages | ISBN: 9780595397174 | 10.47 Mb

The Blue/Gray shoulder patch told us he was one of ours. Hed been hit in the left shoulder, the uniform ripped and bloody, a temporary bandage on the jagged tear which seemed to cover a quarter of his torso. That wax-like face, eyes closed, no signMoreThe Blue/Gray shoulder patch told us he was one of ours.

Hed been hit in the left shoulder, the uniform ripped and bloody, a temporary bandage on the jagged tear which seemed to cover a quarter of his torso. That wax-like face, eyes closed, no sign of breathing will be with me until I die. During World War II, author Holbrook Bradleys frontline stories of the Twenty-ninth Division, stationed in Europe, became a daily Baltimore Sun must-read. Between 1943 and 1945 thousands of families, friends, and lovers followed Bradleys reports as the chronology of Hitlers defeat unrolled.Now Bradley retells his story in a far more personal narrative.

War Correspondent tells the intimate details of his life as a correspondent fully embedded in a division that successfully completed every mission assigned to it, at a cost of thousands of dead and wounded. From the beaches of Normandy to the crossing of the Rhine and the early duties of occupation, Bradley chronicles the collapse of a nation physically destroyed by hubris and a war that changed the face of Europe.



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