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Long Left Flank : the hard Fought Way to the Reich 1944-1945.

Author: Jeffery Williams
Publisher: Havertown : Pen and Sword, 1988.
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When in August, 1944, the Allies broke out of Normandy, the world's attention became fixed on the dramatic British and American armoured thrusts into the Rhine. The war in Europe seemed all but over. Far to the left, along the flank of the Allied Expeditionary Force, almost unnoticed, a battle was beginning on whose outcome hung not only victory but the possibility of disaster Under-strength, neglected by  Read more...
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Williams, Jeffery.
Long Left Flank : The hard Fought Way to the Reich 1944-1945.
Havertown : Pen and Sword, ©1988
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffery Williams
ISBN: 9781783836710 1783836717
OCLC Number: 1055417078
Description: 1 online resource (360 pages)
Contents: Cover --
Title --
Copyright --
Contents --
LIST OF MAPS --
AUTHOR'S NOTE --
FOREWORD --
PART ONE --
THE CHANNEL PORTS --
1: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE --
2: TO THE SEINE --
3: ESCAPE OF THE GERMAN FIFTEENTH ARMY --
4: THE CINDERELLA ARMY --
5: DUNKIRK AND OSTEND --
6: LE HAVRE --
OPERATION ASTONIA --
7: BOULOGNE --
OPERATION WELLHIT --
8: CALAIS --
OPERA TION UNDERGO --
PART TWO- THE SCHELDT --
9: THE FORTRESS --
10: OUTFLANKING ANTWERP --
11: WOENSDRECHT --
12: WATER ENOUGH FOR DROWNING --
OPERATION SWITCHBACK --
13: BRESKENS POCKET --
THE BRAAKMAN APPROACH --
14: SOUTH BEVELAND --
OPERATION VITALITY. 15: WALCHEREN ISLAND --
OPERATION INFATUATE --
16: THE END OF THE AFFAIR --
PART THREE --
THE RHINELAND --
17: WINTER ON THE MAAS --
18: THE REICHSWALD --
OPERATION VERITABLE --
19: BEYOND THE FOREST --
20: OPERATION BLOCKBUSTER --
21: THE HOCHWALD --
22: THE WESEL BRIDGEHEAD --
PART FOUR- THE FINAL SIX WEEKS --
23: THE RHINE TO THE NORTH SEA --
24: INTO GERMANY --
25: 1ST CORPS IN THE NETHERLANDS --
26: END OF THE WAR IN EUROPE --
APPENDICES --
GLOSSARY --
MILITARY ORGANIZATION AND ORDER OF BATTLE --
A NOTE ON CASUALTIES --
ENDNOTES --
BIBLIOGRAPHY --
INDEX.

Abstract:

When in August, 1944, the Allies broke out of Normandy, the world's attention became fixed on the dramatic British and American armoured thrusts into the Rhine. The war in Europe seemed all but over. Far to the left, along the flank of the Allied Expeditionary Force, almost unnoticed, a battle was beginning on whose outcome hung not only victory but the possibility of disaster Under-strength, neglected by Montogomery and denied by Eisenhower the supposed which he had promised, First Canadian Army paid an appalling price in casualties to clear the Channel coast and open up the great port of Ant.
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