The Bloody Forest

The Bloody Forest Participants in the battle for the Huertgen Forest recount their experiences describing a poorly conceived and directed campaign that turned out to be one of the deadliest of the war

  • Title: The Bloody Forest
  • Author: Gerald Astor
  • ISBN: 9780891416999
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Participants in the battle for the Huertgen Forest recount their experiences, describing a poorly conceived and directed campaign that turned out to be one of the deadliest of the war.

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    1 thought on “The Bloody Forest”

    1. This book was a good oral history of the battle of the Hurtgen forest. It gave a good overview of the campaign with lots of first hand accounts. The author has written many oral histories of American troops in world war two. I have read several of his other works. I liked thisbook in particular, because it dealt with a battle not a lot of books have covered.

    2. Amazing book about a forgotten battle. First-hand accounts of the batttle make it hit a personal note and give you a feeling of actually being there.

    3. A good account of the battle told with lots of first person accounts in the author's style. It's toward the top of the list of the Hurtgen Forrest books I've read.

    4. Excellent oral account of the Hurtgen forest and the various debacles that cost the US more casualties than the Germans. Raw, honest, and moving par for the course for Astor.

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