U.S. Army in World War II
CMH Pub 11-7, Cloth; CMH Pub 11-7-1, Paper
1952, 2006; 443 pages, maps, illustrations, bibliographical note, glossaries, index
GPO S/N: 008-029-00496-8
"River Crossing at Arnaville" is the story of a battle that started badly and ended in victory; "Objective: Schmidt," of a battle that began with an unexpectedly easy success and turned into tragic defeat. "Break-Through at Monte Altuzzo" is the account of how, after a succession of misguided efforts, a comparatively small number of men penetrated the formidable Gothic Line in Italy.
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