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THE LONGEST BATTLE: SEPTEMBER 1944 TO FEBRUARY 1945: FROM AACHEN TO THE ROER & INTO GERMANY. Three months after D-Day, U.S. forces reached the Siegfied Line and the Rhine River, the beginning of America's longest battle.

Click to EnlargeTHE LONGEST BATTLE: SEPTEMBER 1944 TO FEBRUARY 1945: FROM AACHEN TO THE ROER AND ACROSS. Covers all U.S. and German participating units including the following: --1st Infantry Division
--4th Infantry Division
--9th Infantry Division
--29th Infantry Division
--30th Infantry Division
--104th Infantry Division
--2nd Armored Division
--3rd Armored Division
--Plus all participating German units

In the early afternoon of September 12, 1944, an American patrol entered Nazi Germany southwest of the ancient city of Aachen. Three months after the landing at Normandy, the Allies were finally within reach of the enemy on his home turf. Among the troops there was even talk of getting home for Christmas. What followed, though, was one of the most grueling campaigns of the war—the nearly six-month-long battle fully recounted for the first time in this powerful work.

Combining stirring narrative and meticulous historical detail, The Longest Battle provides a complete and compelling account of what happened after the first breach of the Third Reich by Allied ground combat forces: of the troops’ terrible struggle across the Siegfried Line, Hitler’s vaunted West Wall, through the benighted Hurtgen Forest, and across the Roer. The strategic decisions and setbacks, the incremental advances, and catastrophic losses that marked this still-controversial but critically important battle unfold in all their historical, military, and human significance in Harry Yeide’s book—finally filling a gap in our understanding of World War II.

304 pages plus 14 pages of action photos. Includes battle maps and Orders of Battle.

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