Bounce the Rhine: The Battle for the Heart of Germany Charles Whiting » unknownpoles.com

Oct 01, 2008 · In September 1944, Field Marshal Montgomery predicted that his armies would easily "bounce the Rhine" to strike a final, killing blow at the exposed heart of Hitler's Reich. Over the next eight months, nearly 20 major attempts would be made to breach the "Fatherland"—beginning with the disastrous Allied defeat at Arhem—only to be repulsed by an exhausted but resilient Wehrmacht. - Bounce the Rhine covers the British army's push for the Rhine and the total allied effort in breaching this last natural defensive feature on the western side of Germany. Told with Charles Whiting's usual panache, the book explains the enormity of the problem of crossing the Rhine. In September 1944, Field Marshal Montgomery predicted that his armies would easily "bounce the Rhine" to strike a final, killing blow at the exposed heart of Hitler's Reich. Over the next eight months, nearly 20 major attempts would be made to breach the "Fatherland"--beginning with the disastrous Allied defeat at Arhem--only to be repulsed by an exhausted but resilient Wehrmacht. Bounce the Rhine by Charles Whiting about taking the Rhine near the end of WW 2.

In September 1944, Field Marshal Montgomery predicted that his armies would easily 'bounce the Rhine' to strike a final, killing blow at the exposed heart of Hitler's Reich. Over the next eight months, nearly twenty major attempts would be made to breach the 'Fatherland' - beginning with the disastrous Allied defeat at Arhem - only to be repulsed by an exhausted but resilient Wehrmacht. Dec 30, 2018 · On March 7, 1945, Cologne fell to the Allies; however, that city’s link to the eastern bank of the Rhine, the 1,200-foot segment of the Hohenzollern Bridge, had been destroyed the previous day, making a Rhine crossing at Cologne impossible for Hodges’s First Army. The other Rhine spans, too, were destroyed by German demolition—all but one.

Buy Bounce the Rhine by Charles Whiting ISBN: from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Bounce the Rhine covers the British army's push for the Rhine and the total allied effort in breaching this last natural defensive feature on the western side of Germany. Told with Charles Whiting's usual panache, the book explains the enormity. Apr 16, 2017 · In September 1944, Field Marshal Montgomery predicted that his armies would easily “Bounce the Rhine” to strike a final, killing blow at the heart of Hitler’s Reich. Over the next eight months nearly twenty major attempts would be made to breach the ‘Fatherland’ Bradley Ballantine’s illustrated history of the violent century. Military Affairs, Vol. 51, No. 2, Apr., 1987.

In September, 1944, Montgomery predicted that his armies would easily 'bounce the Rhine' to strike a final blow at the heart of Hitler's Reich. However, his confidence was misplaced; nearly 20 major attempts were made to breach the German defences. Nov 26, 2004 · This is a book which describes the rivalry of the Allies in breaking the final barrier into the Thousand Year Reich. By crossing the Rhine, Germany was exposed to the military spearheads of the Western Allies into the very heart of the Nazi Empire. Competition was between the English, Americans, Canadians, and the French. By crossing the Rhine, Germany was exposed to the military spearheads of the Western Allies into the very heart of the Nazi Empire. Competition was between the English, Americans, Canadians, and the French. Whiting paints a poor portrait of Montgomery and his competitors of Patton, Bradley, and Hodges. Battle of the Bulge: Britain's Untold Story Battle of the Ruhr Pocket Battleground Korea: The British in the Korean War, 1950-51 Bloody Aachen Bloody Bremen: Ike's Last Stand Bounce the Rhine: The Battle for the Heart of Germany Britain Under Fire: The Bombing of Britain's Cities, 1940-1945 Death on a Distant Frontier: A Lost Victory, 1944. When the Allies were firmly established east of the Rhine River at the end of March 1945, they were within reach of their goal of encircling and capturing the Ruhr, the industrial center of western Germany. Units of the US First Army extended their bridgehead at Remagen to include the cities of Bonn and Koblenz. Attacking eastward on March 24.

Charles Whiting’s most popular book is The Hunt for Martin Bormann: The Truth. Bounce the Rhine by. Charles Whiting. The Spymasters: The True Story of Anglo-American Intelligence Operations within Nazi Germany 1939-1945 by. Charles Whiting. Feb 04, 2018 · Battle of the Bulge: Britain's Untold Story Battle of the Ruhr Pocket Battleground Korea: The British in the Korean War, 1950-51 Bloody Aachen Bloody Bremen: Ike's Last Stand Bounce the Rhine: The Battle for the Heart of germany Britain Under Fire: The Bombing of Britain's Cities, 1940-1945 Death on a Distant Frontier: A Lost Victory, 1944. Whiting's book Operation Northwind, which was reprinted as The Other Battle of the Bulge: Operation Northwind, discusses the "second Battle of the Bulge," an act of aggression initiated by Hitler in France during December, 1944, with the goal of reclaiming Alsace-Lorraine. The battle resulted in the loss of more than 15,000 American troops and.

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