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Battle Yet Unsung
by Timothy J. O'Keeffe
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Shifting the focus from celebrated battles like Normandy and the Bulge, this book takes us to southern France and Germany to re-create the attempts of the Wehrmacht to destroy the U.S. Sixth Army Group in early 1945.
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9781935149446

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