Review: A powerful and insightful look at the US Army in Combat
David C. Isby
This volume continues with the division arriving on the German frontier as the northernmost division of the US Army. It covers the bitter fighting that resulted as the German Army managed to hold the line as allied logistics struggled to catch up from the advance. It is, like its predecessors, an excellent example of what a unit history should be. It provides vivid descriptions both of combat and of what the life was for Second World War GIs out of action.
Book – From Brittany to the Reich, by Joseph Balkoski