Men at Arnhem

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by Geoffrey Powell

Allied commanders intended to drop airborne units in the fall of 1944 in an attempt to take a succession of bridges behind German lines, including Arnhem's "bridge too far." Geoffrey Powell, a veteran of the Arnhem mission, drew on interviews with many other combat survivors to construct one of the most dramatic depictions of the war ever written.

The book was immediately acclaimed as one of the best evocations of an infantryman's battle ever written when it was initially released under a pseudonym in 1976.

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— Geoffrey Powell, Men at Arnhem