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by Carlo D'Este

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ISBN:
0002159260
Author:
Carlo D'Este
Category:
World
Language:
English
Publisher:
New York, NY HarperCollins; 1st edition (1991)
Pages:
576 pages
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Fatal Decision is a powerful, dramatic, moving, and ultimately definitive narrative of one of the most desperate . A second book on Anzio for family of a deceased vet of Anzio ww2 to help them understand why he would never sleek of the horrors endured in this fight.

Fatal Decision is a powerful, dramatic, moving, and ultimately definitive narrative of one of the most desperate campaigns of World War II. In the winter of 1943-44.

The Battle of Anzio was a battle of the Italian Campaign of World War II that took place from January 22, 1944 (beginning with the Allied amphibious . d'Este, Carlo (1991). Fatal Decision: Anzio and the Battle for Rome.

The Battle of Anzio was a battle of the Italian Campaign of World War II that took place from January 22, 1944 (beginning with the Allied amphibious landing known as Operation Shingle) to June 5, 1944 (ending with the capture of Rome). The operation was opposed by German forces in the area of Anzio and Nettuno. The operation was initially commanded by Major General John P. Lucas, of the . VI Corps with the intention being to outflank German forces at the Winter Line and enable an attack on Rome.

The Allies planned to bypass the strong German defenses along the Gustav Line and at Monte Cassino sixty miles to the southeast, which were holding up the American and British armies and preventing the liberation of Rome.

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Carlo D'Este has written a series of books on the often-overlooked Italian campaigns of World War I. The only quirk I found was D'este obvious admiration of German generals and the German military in general.

The result is a highly readable book. While he goes to great length to point out the weakness of Allied leadership, the Germans are let off rather lightly, despite the fact that in the end they lost.

Anzio and the Battle for Rome. by Carlo D'Este to the north, thus opening the way to Rome

Anzio and the Battle for Rome. to the north, thus opening the way to Rome. The Anzio beachhead became a death trap, with Allied troops forced to fight for their lives for four dreadful months. There's no description for this book yet.

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Author: Carlo D’ Este ISBN 10: 0006379265. Used-like N : The book pretty much look like a new book. There will be no stains or markings on the book, the cover is clean and crisp, the book will look unread, the only marks there may be are slight bumping marks to the edges of the book where it may have been on a shelf previously. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Fatal Decision: Anzio and the Battle for Rome by Carlo D'Este (Paperback, 1992). Pre-owned: lowest price.

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