Publisher: Headline Review

Publication Date: 01-08-08

ISBN: 9780750928359

Arnhem: Jumping the Rhine 1944-45 – The Greatest Airborne battle in History

Praise for Arnhem:

Daily Telegraph
‘Among the thousand of books devoted to Second World War history only a small minority can claim to appeal to a wide audience. But through Lloyd Clark’s narrative skill, Arnhem is surely one of them…Few stories come better told than this.’

Sunday Business Post
‘This is an engaging account of warfare, told from an extremely detailed and strategic point of view. It is a fine addition to the many excellent tomes on World War Two, written with an impressive clarity and providing an interesting insight into the build-up execution and aftermath of the two mightiest airborne operations ever conducted.’


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