By Patrick K. O'Donnell
An epic global conflict II tale of valor, sacrifice, and the Rangers who led the right way to victory in Europe.
It is expounded that the appropriate guy within the correct position on the correct time could make the adaptation among victory and defeat. this can be the dramatic tale of sixty-eight squaddies of the U.S. Army’s 2d Ranger Battalion, D Company—Dog Company—who made that distinction, time and again.
From D-Day, while German weapons atop Pointe du Hoc threatened the Allied landings and the boys of puppy corporation scaled the ninety-foot cliffs to damage them; to the thickly forested slopes of Hill four hundred, in Germany’s Hürtgen wooded area, the place the Rangers introduced a determined bayonet cost throughout an open box, captured the an important hill, and held it opposed to all odds. In every one conflict, the lads of puppy corporation made the difference.
Dog Company is their unforgettable story—thoroughly researched and vividly instructed by means of acclaimed wrestle historian Patrick okay. O’Donnell—a tale of remarkable bravery, braveness, and resolution. the USA had many heroes in international conflict II, yet few can say that, yet for them, the process the battle could have been very diverse. the precise males, within the correct position, on the correct time—Dog Company.
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