"The battle of Falaise," wrote General Eisenhower in 1944, "will be the greatest killing-ground of the war." He was not far off the mark, for at Falaise the invasion ended and a new advance began that carried the Allied armies to Berlin.
Elleston Trevor depicts the men of a tank squadron as they cross the silent, darkened channel, storm the "invincible" coast, and sweep into Falaise. His book is a classic story of men at war.
"The technical detail is unobtrusive, but convincingly adequate; the dialogue is sharply revealing of character; and the characters themselves are created with compassionate warmth." (The Times Literary Supplement)
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Great Tank Story
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