6 edition of The battle of Hurtgen Forest found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||D756.5.H8 W47 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 290 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||88012589|
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That being said, I still recommend the book. The Battle of Hurtgen Forest is very well researched and contains excellent details and descriptions of attacks, battles, battlefield exploits and heroics. Whiting also includes the ugly side of battle; looting, rape, indiscriminate killing, the aforementioned poor decisions, cowardice, etc/5().
The three month battle from September-December inflic casualties on the U.S. Army. Only the battles of the Bulge, Okinawa, and Iwo Jima resulted in more casualties for the U.S.
in a World War II battle. Hurtgen Forest was a grinding battle of attrition similar to the slaughter of WW1's Western Front/5(). Yet the Battle of Hurtgen Forest is largely forgotten. Into the Woods. From September to FebruaryAmerican and German forces fought over the Hurtgen Forest, an area of wooded hills on the border between Belgium and Germany.
Map showing the area of the battle. Buy a cheap copy of The Battle of Hurtgen Forest book by Charles B. MacDonald. In Septemberthree months after the invasion of Normandy, the Allied armies prepared to push the German forces back into their homeland.
Just south of the Free shipping over $/5(5). The Battle for Hurtgen Forest was a difficult book to finish, not because the subject matter (the bloodiest and most futile American campaign of the war in The battle of Hurtgen Forest book Europe) was so disheartening, but because the book is so poorly written.
I was unaware of author Charles Whiting before, and after reading just a few chapters, I did a little research to find out just who /5(39). The Battle of the Huertgen Forest book.
Read 22 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Septemberthree months after the invasio /5. A chilling excerpt from the final book in Rick Atkinson's Liberation Trilogy. The Hürtgen Forest, The Worst Place of Any. Rick Atkinson. 28th Infantry Division troops advance through the Hürtgen Forest in Germany on November 2,at the start of a long, bloody fight.
(PFC G. Goodman/U.S. Army/National Archives)Author: Ehoward. Buy The Battle of Hurtgen Forest (PB) First Thus by Whiting, Charles (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(). The battle of the Hurtgen Forest has been long ignored by historians and the armed forces because it was a defeat of the first order for the United States.
The infantry that fought there called it the Death Factory. Whiting's book delves into the details of the battle itself and the decisions that fed so many young men into a meat grinder/5(4).
From September to February '45, in the longest battle ever fought by the U.S. Army, division after division were sent into the Hurtgen Forest on the Belgian-German border. By the time the smoke cleared, nea GIs had been killed or : $ Three Months of Horror: Why America Struggled at the Battle of Hurtgen Forest.
and the Army chief of staff listed Lanham in his “black book” of up-and-coming officers. The scrappy Lanham. The Battle of Hürtgen Forest was fought in an area of heavy forestation, of some 50 square miles in an area that begins about 5 miles south and east of Aachen, Germany and falls into a triangle outlined by Aachen, Düren and Monschau.
From September to February '45, in the longest battle ever fought by the U.S. Army, division after division were sent into the Hurtgen Forest on the. Get this from a library. The battle of Hurtgen Forest.
[Charles Whiting] -- Thirty thousand American GIs were killed or wounded in the longest battle ever fought by the US Army - a battle that should never have been fought. From September to Februaryeight. Well written, insightful. As a student of WWII history, I had never encountered this battle in Hurtgen Forest and how expensive it was.
The book tends to hammer home, over and over the ignorance and short slightness of the American command to a point of distraction. This book gets can easily convey the mistakes without so much fist thumping.4/5(1).
Directed by John Irvin. With Ron Eldard, Zak Orth, Frank Whaley, Dylan Bruno. A private in the latter days of WWII on the German front struggles between his will to survive and what his superiors perceive as a battlefield instinct/10(K).
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In this match we take a view from the German perspective during the Battle of Hurtgen Forest on October 7, “The forest up there was a hell of an eerie place to fight,” reported Technical Sergeant George Morgan, an armorer-artificer of the 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment.
“Show me a man who went through the battle and who says he. Im interested in reading a book which covers the whole of the Hurtgen Forest fighting. Ive read The Battle of Hurtgen Forest by Whiting, but I prefer something better-written like Follow Me and Die which only covers the 28th Divisions Novmber battle.
In other words, something which coherentl. The battle for the forest ended abruptly in December, when a sudden German offensive through the Ardennes to the south forced the Allied armies to fall back, regroup, and start their attack again, this time culminating in the collapse of the Nazi regime in May In The Battle of the Huertgen Forest, Charles B.
MacDonald assesses this major. A short time back I came upon a book about the Hurtgen Forest which answered. a lot ot questions that had bothered me for years. This book “The Battle of. Hurtgen Forest by Charles Whiting” writes ab American Gl’s being. Battle of Hürtgen Forest.
Siegfried Line bunker in the northern Eifel. During World War II the rugged terrain of this area was the scene of the long, bloody, drawn-out Battle of Hürtgen Forest, which took place over five months during a cold winter from 19 September to Coordinates: Coordinates: 50°42′03″N 6°25′42″E /.
Battle of The Bulge / Hurtgen Forest Recollections 1 of 2 - Duration: William Kisseviews. Battle of the Hürtgen Forest - Forgotten Meat Grinder - Visiting Historical Places. In The Battle of the Huertgen Forest, Charles B.
MacDonald assesses this major American operation, discussing the opposing forces on the eve of the battle and offering a clearly written and well-documented history of the battle and the bitter consequences of the American move into the forest.
Drawing on his own combat experience, MacDonald. Key point: The long battle for Hurtgen Forest was brutal and personal.
It would last three months and result in a Nazi victory. and the Army chief of staff listed Lanham in his “black book. The most notable feature of that battle was the near-epic struggle to get a handful of M-4 tanks and M tank destroyers down the steep and narrow forest trail.
Buy the Hardcover Book Battle Of Hurtgen Forest by Charles Whiting atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. The battle of the Hurtgen Forest. The first American unit involved in the Hurtgen Forest battle was the 9th Infantry Division.
Early in the morning of September 14th,elements of the 9th Infantry Division, supported by the th Tank Battalion started their advance across the Belgian – German border at the villages of Roetgen and Monschau.
To mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Hürtgen Forest, Chris Hartley talks about his book, 'The Lost Soldier: The Ordeal of a World War II GI from the Home Front to the Hürtgen Forest.'.
Thirty thousand American G.I.s were killed or wounded in the longest battle ever fought by the U.S. Army - a battle that was ignored for so long, a battle that should never have been fought. From September to Februaryeight U.S.
infantry and two U.S. armoured divisions were thrown into the "green hell of Hurtgen" - fifty square miles of thick, rugged, hilly woods on. Order of Battle - WWII - ETO. ORDER OF BATTLE. UNITED STATES ARMY. EUROPEAN THEATER OF OPERATIONS. OFFICE OF THE THEATER HISTORIAN. [Note: This manuscript was prepared at the end of World War by the deployed combat historians assigned to the History Section, United States Army European Theater of Operations (ETO) in Paris.
It is reproduced. As the battle grew in intensity, the forest earned a slew of formidable nicknames including “the Green Hell” and “the Meat Grinder.” Although the fiercest of the fighting was over by December ofit wasn’t until February of that the Hurtgen Forest was completely secured by allied troops.
The Battle of the Huertgen Forest, first published in and written by Official Department of the Army Historian Charles B. MacDonald, recounts the story of one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. In Septemberthree months after the invasion of Normandy, Allied armies 3/5(1).
The Battle Of The Huertgen Forest [Illustrated Edition] - Ebook written by Charles Brown MacDonald. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Battle Of The Huertgen Forest [Illustrated Edition].5/5(3).
The Battle of Hurtgen Forest by Charles Whiting is a well-written, carefully researched, and thoroughly engrossing account by a dedicated professional of the six month struggle, mostly unknown except by obscure reference, during the last months of the Second World War that served little or no purpose.5/5(2).
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out of 5 stars The Battle of Hurtgen Forest. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Janu Verified Purchase. As one not very well read but nonetheless very interested in the history of WW2 and the European Theatre, I was so pleased to have discovered this great, however honest account of one of the allied glorious failures.
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Includes the Siegfried Line Campaign Map Pack - 19 maps and 81 photos “"A testament of the courage and endurance of Brand: Lucknow Books. Battle of Huertgen Forest The longest battle of the Second World War on German soil During the autumn and winter of /45, the longest battle of the Second World War on German soil took place in the Huertgen Forest.
With this battle, the war precipitated by the Nazi regime returned to Germany. The battle caused numerous casualties on both sides. Most Popular Hurtgen Forest Movies and TV Shows Refine See titles to watch instantly, Battle Of Hurtgen Forest (1) Battle Of The Bulge (1) Battlefield (1) Beer (1) Begins With Text (1) Bloody Dog Tag (1) Based on the title of General Eisenhower's book /10(K).As one of the infantry regiments of the 4th Division, the 22d Infantry spent 18 days in November and early December in the Hurtgen Forest.
In a battle many believed mattered little in the big picture, the 22d suffered 2, casualties, or 85% of its normal complement of 3, soldiers, to take one village and 6, yards of forest.The Bloody Forest is an account of the battle of the Huertgen Forest, which took place during the fall of As with all of Astor's books, this is an "oral history".
This means it's really a book based on the recollections by participants more than /5(31).