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Sharpe, Michael

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ISBN 10: 078582328X ISBN 13: 9780785823285

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Item Description: Book Sales, Inc., 2008. Book Condition: Very Good. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP95528648

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Sharpe, Michael

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Item Description: Book Sales, Inc., 2008. Book Condition: Very Good. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP69600763

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Rommel, Erwin

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Item Description: Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. This is a hard cover book. The dust jacket shows normal wear and tear. The pages have normal wear. We ship Monday-Saturday and respond to inquries within 24 hours. Bookseller Inventory # 3O6FKI000G2N

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Item Description: War Department. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 001004--Information Bulletin No 21 The British Capture of Bardia (December 1941- January 1942) A Successful Infantry-Tank Attack-1942 53 Pages 1942 This bulletin has been prepared from reports of United States military observers, from reports and comments of British officers engaged in the action, and from British operation orders. The British orders are given verbatim so that United States troops may become acquainted with their style. This is the report of the action of an infantry division, supported by tanks, executing a carefully prepared plan. Particularly noteworthy is the night attack. This bulletin will serve a dual purpose: (1) to provide all officers with confirmed information and (2 to serve as material for lectures to troops. However, the application of this information must be in accordance with the tactics, technique, and procedure prescribed in the pertinent manuals of the United States Army. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 001004

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 001988-The Operations of Company I, 133rd Infantry, 34th Infantry Division, in the Attack at Fondouk Gap, North Africa, 8-9 April 1943 (Tunisian Campaign) 31 Pages1950 This document is the personal experience of a Company Executive Officer. The 34th Division was occupying a defensive position at Djebel Trozza some 8 miles west of Fondouk Gap. Confronting the division on the dominating hills protecting the pass were elements of the German 961 Afrika Special Regiment which was part of 999 Special Infantry Brigade. This brigade was made up of hardened and bitter political and civil criminals from Germany. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 001988

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Army Command and General Staff College

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 003797-Attack of Hill 192 by the 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry (2nd Division), July 11, 1944 (Normandy campaign) 18 Pages1947 This monograph will emphasize two important factors involved in the operation. First, it will bring about special training needed with the infantry-tank-artillery-engineer team in order to successfully launch an attack in hedgerow country against a strong defensive position. Second, it will bring out the detailed planning used in this case and its resultant factors. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 003797

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Item Description: War Department. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 004706-War Department Document No 629 Notes on Infantry Attacks and Raids as Organized In the Present War-1917 56 Pages 1917 The following notes on Infantry Attacks and Raids as Organized in the Present War are published for the information of all concerned. No maps of the date of the attacks are available for publication, but a section of a map of an earlier date, covering the area of the first attack published herewith, is included. Places referred to in first attack herewith can be located on the accompanying map. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 004706

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005705-Operations of Company A-4th Battalion-31st Infantry-196th Light Infantry Brigade in the Attack of a Fortified Base in War Zone C-Vietnam 2-5 February 1967 22 Pages 1968 (Personal Experience of a Company Commander) During the period of 2 through 21 February 1967, the 196th Light Infantry Brigade conducted offensive operations in the west central portion of Tay Ninh Province. The area of operations was located in War Zone C, approximately 26 kilometers northwest of Tay Ninh City, and was bounded by the Cambodian border on the west and National Highway 22 on the east . The purpose of the operations was to conduct search and destroy operations and to block infiltration routes on the Cambodian border during the Tat truce period, 8 to 12 February 1967. The operation, named Gadsden also served to cover the deployment of additional large forces into the area of operations in preparation for Operation JUNCTION CITY, which began on 22 February 1967. Company A, 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry, participated in both of these operations. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005705

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005777- The Operations of Company L, 13th Infantry (8th Infantry Division) In the Attack on Duren, Germany, After the Crossing of the Roer River, 23-25 February 1945 (Rhineland Campaign) 20 Pages 1950 (Personal experience of a Platoon Leader) This monograph covers the operations of Company L, 13th Infantry, 8th U. S. Division in the attack on Duren, Germany at the crossing of the Roer River, 23-25 February 1945. The 13th Infantry relieved the 414th Infantry, 104th U.S. Division in the vicinity of Guerzenich, Roelsdorf and Derichsweiler with the mission of preparing for crossing the Roer River, and seizing the city of Duren, and the Corps bridgehead on or about 14 February 1945. The plans for a jump off on l4 February were abruptly halted on 9 February when the Germans opened the gates of the Schwammenauel Dam to the south or towards the source of the Roer River. This created an impassable barrier, in the 13th Infantry sector, as the Roer River which had been fordable was now a raging torrent, approximately 10 to 15 feet deep, with a current speed of 10 to 15 miles per hour. The creation of this man made barrier, while postponing the scheduled attack, gave all U. S. units an opportunity for development and practice in the art of river crossing, an opportunity to continue the build up of supplies and equipment, an opportunity to further train any new replacements and most important of all, an opportunity for detailed study of maps and the latest aerial photographs, as well as daylight visual reconnaissance of the western portion of Duren. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005777

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005779-The Operations of the 2nd Battalion, 309th Infantry, and The 2nd Battalion, 310th Infantry, (78th Infantry Division) In The Attack On Kesternich, Germany, 14-15 December 1944 (Rhineland Campaign) 23 Pages 1948 (Personal Experience of a Division Inspector General) This monograph covers the operations of the 2nd Battalion, 309th Infantry and the 2nd Battalion, 310th Infantry, 78th Infantry Division in the attack on the town of Kesternich, Germany, 14-15 December 1944 during the offensive to seize the Roer River dams. The Roer River, a small river approximately ten thousand yards east of the First United States Army front, was not in itself a major barrier. However, seriously restraining the progress of the First and Ninth United States Armies were the dams on the Roer and Urft Rivers in the vicinity of Schmidt, approximately ten miles southeast of Aachen in the V Corps zone. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005779

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005803-The Operations of the 2nd Battalion, 306th Infantry (77th Infantry Division) In the Attack on Camp Downs, Leyte, Philippine Islands on 8 December 1944 22 Pages 1950 (Personal Experience of a Battalion Operations Officer) This monograph covers the operations of the 2nd Battalion, 306th Infantry, (77th Infantry Division) in the Attack on Camp Downs Leyte, Philippine Islands on 8 December 1944. The 77th Infantry Division Sixth Army Reserve for Leyte operation had just completed their operations in the Battle of Guam. The initial operations on Leyte being very successful, 77th Infantry Division was ordered to move from Guam to a rest area on the Island of New Caledonia. Meanwhile the Japanese were reinforcing the Island of Leyte with several more divisions. They were determined to make an all out effort to eject the Sixth Army from Leyte. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005803

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005869-Operations of the 310th Infantry (78th Infantry Division) In the Attack on Rollesbroich, North of Malmedy, 13-16 December 1944 (Rhineland Campaign) 25 Pages 1950 (Personal Experience of Anti-Tank Company Commander) This monograph covers the operations of the 310th Infantry, 78th Infantry Division, in the attack on the town of Rollesbroich, Germany, 13-16 December 1944, during the offensive to seize the Roer River dams. The Roer River, a small river approximately six miles east of the First United States Army front, was not in itself a major obstacle. However, seriously restraining the progress of the First and Ninth United States Armies were the dams on the Roer and Urft Rivers in the vicinity of Schmidt, approximately ten miles southeast of Aachen in the V Corps zone. Lakes created behind these dams held billions or gallons of water which if unleashed by only a two-thirds destruction of the largest of the dams, the Schwammenauel, would cause the river to rise an estimated twenty-five to thirty feet in six hours and to Widen to one and one-half miles at Duren to the north for a period of two days, as well as cause an increase in velocity from five to sixteen feet per second. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005869

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005899-The Operations of Company K, 242nd Infantry (42nd Infantry Division) In the Attack of the Hardt Mountains, Alsace, France 14-15 March 1945 (Rhineland Campaign) 33 Pages 1949 (Personal Experience of a Company Commander) This monograph covers the preparation and the attack executed by K Company, 242nd Infantry, 42nd Infantry Division, in the Hardt Mountains near Bitche, France, 14-15 March 1945. During the early hours of darkness on 13 March the 3rd Battalion, 242nd Infantry, was relieved by the 117th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron and withdrew to their designated assembly area to complete preparations for the attack. The battalion closed into its area in the vicinity of Farm Geitzenthal at 2300 hours. Guides, who had reconnoitered the route and areas during the afternoon, led the companies into position without incident. Hot food was waiting in each company area. The men ate immediately and were bedded down as quickly as possible. The next day (14 March) a final equipment check was made. Where possible, shortages were replaced and excess equipment was loaded on the kitchen trailer. The men were given every opportunity to relax throughout the day. Their morale was exceptionally high at this point. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005899

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005905-The Operations of Company G, 385th Infantry (76th Infantry Division) In the Attack against Pillboxes of the Siegfried Line near Minden, Germany, 19-22 February 1945 (Rhineland Campaign) 20 Pages 1950 This monograph covers the operations of Company G, 385th Infantry, 76th Infantry Division during the offensive against the Siegfried Line in the vicinity of Minden, Germany, 19 - 22 February 1945. The Siegfried Line was a belt of pillboxes that protected the western border of Germany. The pillboxes were so located to compliment natural obstacles and were also located in depth. Mine fields and tank traps protected areas that were not covered by fire from the pillboxes or artillery concentrations. The Siegfried Line was constructed so that its defenders could contain an attacking force until a successful counterattack could be launched. The portion of the Siegfried Line along the Sauer River was to be the real obstacle to the men of Patton's Third Army as they began their attack on 29 January to strike into the heart of Germany. VIII Corps spearheaded this offensive. On 6 February 1945, this offensive gained momentum as XII Corps joined VIII Corps in attacking east. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005905

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005910-The Operations of Company E, 517th Parachute Infantry Combat Team in A River Crossing and Attack at La Roquette, France, 27-28 Aug 1944 (Southern France Campaign) 33 Pages 1950 (Personal Experience of Attached Officer) This monograph covers the operation of Company E, 517th Parachute Infantry Regimental Combat Team, (First Airborne Task Force), 27-28 August 1944, in the crossing of the Var River and the attack on the town of La Roquette, in the initial phase of the invasion of Southern France. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005910

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005929-The Operations of G Company, 116th Infantry (29th Infantry Division) In A Daylight And Night Attack On St-Clair-Sur-Elle, Normandy, France, 12-13 June 1944 (Normandy Campaign) 17 Pages 1950 (Personal Experience of a Company Commander) In the attack plan for 12 June, the division's main effort was to be made by the 115th Infantry with the 175th Infantry in defensive positions on the west flank of V Corps and the 116th Infantry in reserve. The 115th was ordered to attack across the Elle-River at 0500. Its objectives St-Clair-Sur-Elle and Couvains, in an operation which would protect the right flank of the 2nd Division as it advanced on Hill 192. At the end of a day of hard fighting, the 115th had either been held or forced to withdraw to its starting position along the north banks of the Elle River. The 116th Infantry was alerted at 1630 to take over the attack of the 116th. The 2nd Battalion, 116th had closed into a bivouac area, near L'epinay-Tesson, at 1630, at the completion of a 12 mile march and had just completed setting up its perimeter defense. G Company had visions of a good nights rest when at 1800, a jeep from battalion headquarters drove up with the message for the company commander to report to battalion for an attack order. The message also contained instructions for G Company to prepare for action and to move to the road in vicinity of battalion headquarters to meet the company commander when he had received the battalion order. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005929

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005970-The Operations of the 23rd Infantry Regiment (2nd Infantry Division) In the Attack on Hill 192, East of St. Lo, 11 July-12 July 1944 (Normandy Campaign) 31 Pages 1948 (Personal Experience of a Regimental Communication Officer) This is an account of the operations of the 23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division, in the capture of Hill 192, four miles east of St. Lo, Normandy, on 11 July - 12 July 1944. Less than six weeks earlier, the twelve thousand people who lived in St. Lo were completely unaware that their peaceful little city was destined to go down in military history as a symbol of the bitter fighting necessary to liberate France and her neighbors from the German occupation. However, a combination of circumstances served to make this capital of the Department of Manche a prime objective in the Allied tactical plan as well as an important keystone in the German Seventh Army's defense of its sector. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005970

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005976-The Operations of Company G, 187th Glider Infantry Regiment (11th Airborne Division) In the Attack on Nichols Field, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 13-15 February, 1945 21 Pages 1948 (Personal Experience of a Company Commander) This monograph covers the operations of Company G, 187th Glider Infantry, 11th Airborne Division in the attack on Nichols Field, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 13-15 February 1945, in an operation where airborne troops were employed in a manner similar to any standard Infantry Division. It had been a long, hot, bloody trek back to the Philippines. It had been a war, the like of which had never been fought before. No clearly defined front lines, no short supply road back to the rear, sometimes no supplies. To the staff each new mission meant weeks of careful planning and the closest coordination between the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force. Each arm of the service depended upon the other greatly. Because each new mission did not mean the capture of a prominent terrain feature like a hill or a town, but an island, perhaps hundreds of miles from the nearest base or supply point. It is true that there must always be coordination between the different forces, but this type of warfare required the active participation of all forces in every mission. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005976

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005990-The Operation of Company B, 363rd Infantry (91st Infantry Division) In the Attack on Mt. Monticelli, Italy, 14-18 September 1944(North Apennines Campaign) 34 Pages 1950 (Personal Experience of a Rifle Company Commander) This monograph covers the operation of Company B, 363rd Infantry, 91st Infantry Division in the Attack on Mt. Monticelli, Italy 14-18 September 1944 during the breaching of the Gothic Line. Operations of the U.S. Fifth Army and the British Eighth Army early in September of 1943 resulted in the successful invasion of the Italian Peninsula. By 1 October, the city of Naples and the great port had fallen into the hands of the U. S. Fifth Army. (2) The Foggia Airfields, the main objective of the British Eighth Army, had been occupied on the same date. Thus, the initial objectives of the Italian invasion had been achieved and the destruction of the Axis Armies in Italy was successfully under way. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005990

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005991-The Operations of the First Battalion, 16th Infantry (The First United States Infantry Division) In the Attack on Hill 523, 29-30 April 1943 (Tunisia Campaign) 27 Pages 1949 (Personal experience of a Rifle Platoon Leader) This monograph deals with the capture of the Hill 523, located in northern Tunisia, and the unit capturing it was the First Battalion of the 16th Infantry, a regiment which is a part of the First Infantry Division. The First Division landed at Oran, Algeria, in the initial North African landings in November 1942, and from Algeria went east to Tunisia to take part in what members of the division refer to as the "Early Campaign" -meaning the fighting which took place in the early days of the Tunisian Campaign in the Cusseltia Valley, Faiid Pass, and Kasserine Pass in January and February of 1943. The "Early Campaign" was followed by the "Southern Campaign" the fighting which took place in March and April in the southern part of Tunisia starting with the seizure of Gafsa and ending with the battle of El Guettar. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005991

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 005995-The Operations of the 2nd Battalion, 23rd Infantry (2nd Infantry Division) In the Attack on Hill 192, West of Berigny, France, 12-16 June 1944 (Normandy Campaign) 34 Pages 1950 (Personal Experience or a Battalion Adjutant and Headquarters Company Commander) This monograph covers the operations of the 2nd Battalion, 23rd Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division in the Battle for HILL 192, Berigny, France, 12 June to 16 June 1944, during the expansion of Omaha Beachhead. The enemy forces opposing the V Corps at this time were the 914th Infantry Regiment and elements of the 17th 55 Panzer Grenadier Division, 29th Infantry Division sector, elements of the 352nd Infantry Division, 2nd Infantry Division sector, and elements of the 915th and 916th Infantry Regiments and 30th Mobile Brigade, 1st Infantry Division sector. In compliance with V Corps plan of attack for 12 June 1944, the 2nd Infantry Division planned to attack with the 9th Infantry to secure the high ground south of Littcou. The 23rd Infantry was to secure the high ground of HILL 192. The 38th Infantry was to be in reserve. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 005995

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 006622-Cavalry in Mounted Attack Against Infantry 24 Pages1930 This study covers the principles of mounted attack by the cavalry against infantry forces, using examples from the Palestine Campaign and the Franco-Prussian War. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 006622

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 006696-Practicability And Value Of Night Attacks To Include A Unit The Size Of An Infantry Regiment 18 pages1930 This paper presents examples of night attacks using both small and large units, and discussing why they were successful. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 006696

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 007027-Operations of the 29th Infantry Division in the Attack and Capture of St. Lo, France, 13 to 18 July 1944 (Normandy Campaign) 31 Pages 1950 This monograph covers the operations of the 29th Division in the capture of St. Lo, France, from 13 to 18 July 1944, during the First US Army offensive to enlarge its lodgement area in Normandy. The capture of St. Lo was the final phase of a continuous effort on the part of the 29th Division. The original invasion plan had listed St. Lo as the 29th Division's objective for D+9. Now XIX Corps reassigned the mission to 29th Division as a major objective of the First Army's offensive. St. Lo had become particularly important to First Army. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 007027

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 007032-The Operations of the Task Force Weaver (90th Infantry Division) in the Attack on Mayenne, France, 5-6 August 1944 (Northern France Campaign) 28 Pages1950 This monograph covers the operations of the Task Force Weaver, 90th Infantry Division, in the attack and capture of Mayenne, France, 5-6 August 1944. To facilitate the accomplishment of the mission and at the same time take advantage of the enemy situation, General McLain now organized Task Force Weaver. It would be a fast, hard hitting, mobile striking force, capable of exploiting any penetration into enemy rear areas. It would be a self sustaining unit insofar as its size and conformation would permit. The assistant Division Commander would be in command and from him it would gain its name. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 007032

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 007050-The Operations of the 1st Battalion, 39th Infantry, 9th Infantry Division, at Cherence Le Roussel, France, 4-10 August 1944, during the German Attack on Avaranche (Northern France Campaign) 22 Pages1948 Personal Experience of a Battalion Operations Officer. This monograph covers the operations of the 1st Battalion, 39th Infantry, 9th Infantry Division, during the engagement of Cherence le Roussel, France, 4-10 August 1944; just after the start of the Northern France Campaign. The action described herein was part of the largest counterattack since D-Day. At least four German armored divisions as well as infantry were employed on the small sector, Mortain-Sourdeval, against the VII Corps on a fourteen mile front. The bulk of this attack fell upon the 9th and 30th Infantry Divisions. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 007050

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 007051-The Operations of the 1st Battalion, 2nd Infantry, 5th Infantry Division, in the Crossing of the Seille River and Subsequent, Attack on the Town of Louvigny, South of Metz, France, 9 November 1944 (Rhineland Campaign) 25 Pages1950 Personal Experience of C Company Commander. This monograph covers the operations of the 1st Battalion, 2nd Infantry, 5th U.S. Division in the crossing of the Seille River and subsequent attack on the town of Louvigny, south of Metz, France on 9 November 1944. This action was a part of the overall operation toward the encirclement and reduction of the fortress city of Metz-. France. The development of the bridgehead progressed smoothly despite adverse weather conditions on the beaches. With the build-up phase and regrouping of forces completed the famous breakout operations from the St Lo area began on 25 July. Infantry divisions broke the crust while armored divisions awaited the opportunity to exploit through gaps made by the infantry. Once the crust was broken, the operations of the Allied Forces became that of pursuit, which, during the month of August, saw the swiftest advance ever to be made in military history THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 007051

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 007053-The Operations of I Company, 3rd Battalion, 26th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division, in the Attack of Agy, France, southeast of Omaha Beach, Normandy, 9-11 June 1944 (Normandy Campaign) 30 Pages1950 Personal experience of a Platoon Leader. This monograph covers the operation of "I" Company, 26th Infantry, 1st U.S. Infantry Division, in the capture of Agy, France, 9-11 June 1944, during the Normandy Campaign. At approximately 1605 hours I Company with four tanks attached moved out toward RJ. C. in the order, 1st platoon as advanced guard, commanded by Lt. Charles M. Eggekrecht, company command group; 2nd platoon; commanded by Lee Matthews; weapons platoon, commanded by Lt. LaRue H. Ritter; company headquarters, Lt. Vincent I. Shepard Executive officer, 3rd platoon, commanded by Lt. Grant S. Fisher. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 007053

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Item Description: US Army. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 007057-The Operations of Company F, 101st Infantry, 26th Infantry Division, in the Attack on the Mon Schumann Crossroads, Luxembourg, 27 December 1944-3 January 1945 (Ardennes Campaign) 55 Pages1950 Personal Experience of a Company Commander. This monograph covers the operations of Company F, 101st Infantry, 26th Infantry Division in the vicinity of Mon Schumann, Luxembourg, 27 December 1944-3 January 1945, during the Ardennes Campaign. The 101st Infantry, 26th Division, was given the mission of containing the one remaining fort (Jeanne D' Arc) still offering resistance. At this time the 26th Division was under control of III corps, which had established headquarters at Metz on 6 December with the mission of the final reduction of the Metz system of fortifications. THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 007057

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Item Description: War Department. EBook-Download Only. Book Condition: EBook. 007551-Tentative Lessons Bulletin No 115-June 5, 1941-Tentative Lessons-German Infantry Battalion in the Attack in Belgium 6 Pages1941 German Infantry Battalion in the Attack in Belgium. "The information contained in this series of Bulletins will be restricted to items from official sources which are reasonably confirmed. The lessons necessarily are tentative and in no sense mature studies." THIS ITEM IS SOLD AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY. AFTER PURCHASE YOU WILL BE FURNISHED A LINK FOR DOWNLOAD BY EMAIL. Bookseller Inventory # 007551

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