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The road to victory : the story of WWII's elite 2nd Battalion Rangers

Author: Morris Prince
Publisher: Elk River, Minn. : Meadowlark Pub., 2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st ed
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Genre/Form: Biography
Personal narratives, American
Named Person: Morris Prince
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Morris Prince
ISBN: 0970525710 9780970525710
OCLC Number: 53045029
Description: 235 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm.
Contents: Book 1. England. The boat ride --
Bude --
Titchfield --
Folkestone --
Bude again --
Braunton Camp, assault training --
Dorchester, staging area --
Swanage --
Marshalling area --
The invasion boat --
Book 2. Normandy campaign, Brest campaign, Belgium-Luxembourg. D-Day --
D-Day till D+2 --
D+2 till D+9 --
Columbieres --
Prisoner of war enclosure, Valognes --
Prisoner of war enclosure, St. Jean De Daye --
Beaumont-Hague, Mortain and Mayenne --
The Brest campaign, Le Folgoet --
Le Conquet, the Lochrist Battery --
The Crozon Peninsula, Le Fret --
Landerneau and Lesneven --
Train ride, France to Belgium --
Arlon, Belgium --
Esch, Luxembourg --
Raeren, Belgium --
Book 3. Germany. The Battle of the Siegfried Line --
Hurtgen Forest, rear assembly area --
Bergstein, Hill 400 --
Hurtgen Forest again --
Battle of the Bulge, Simmerath --
Battle of the Bulge, Rotgen --
Battle of the Bulge, Schmidthof --
Crossing of the Roer, Wollersheim --
Crossing of the Roer, Kalterherberg --
Crossing of the Roer, Dedenborn --
From the Roer to the Rhine --
March 5 to Maychoss --
Maychoss --
Rhine till V-E Day.
Responsibility: by Morris Prince.

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