The Ordeal & Triumph of an American Infantry Regiment. Robert Sterling Rush
Some of the most intense infantry combat in World War II occurred within Germany's Hürtgen Forest. Focusing on the bitterly fought battle between the American 22nd Infantry Regiment and elements of the German LXXIV Korps around Grosshau, Rush chronicles small-unit combat at its most extreme and shows why, despite enormous losses, the Americans perserved in the Hürtgenwald "meat grinder", a battle similar to two punch-drunk fighters staggering to survive the round.
University Press of Kansas
Robert Sterling Rush
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