Official Army Publication approved by Major General Raymond S. McLain
Size: 8.5″ x 11″
Illustrations: 31 B&W photographs, maps and diagrams
Pages: 85 pages
This is an after action report prepared by the Operations Department of the XIX Corps. If you want to understand how the Americans pushed through the Siegfried Line and into Germany, this is the document you need to read. It contains orders of battle for the US forces engaged, casualty lists for both the US and Germans, accounts of actions, and even transcriptions of communications between the officers in the field attacking the pillboxes and their commanders. Numerous photographs and diagrams of bunkers.
This has the right to be a core work in any WW2 historian’s or wargamer’s library.