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    The Liberator [electronic resource] / by Alex Kershaw.
    by Kershaw, Alex.
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    New York : Books on Tape, 2012.
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    1 sound file (ca. 11 hr., 02 min.) : digital.
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    Read by Fred Sanders.
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    OverDrive WMA Audiobook (file size: 155 MB).
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    Unabridged.
    Duration: 11 hr., 02 min.
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    The true story of the bloodiest and most dramatic march to victory of the Second World War: the battlefield odyssey of a maverick U.S. Army officer and his infantry unit as they fought for over five hundred days to liberate Europe - from the invasion of Italy to the gates of Dachau. From July 10, 1943, the date of the Allied landing in Sicily, to May 8, 1945, when victory in Europe was declared -- the entire time it took to liberate Europe -- no regiment saw more action, and no single platoon, company, or battalion endured worse, than the ones commanded by Felix Sparks, who had entered the war as a greenhorn second lieutenant of the 157th "Eager for Duty" Infantry Regiment of the 45th "Thunderbird" Division. Sparks and his fellow Thunderbirds fought longest and hardest to defeat Hitler, often against his most fanatical troops, when the odds on the battlefield were even and the fortunes of the Allies hung in the balance -- and when the difference between defeat...
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