An Army at Dawn Reviews
"Despite diction that occasionally lapses into the melodramatic, general readers and specialists alike will find worthwhile fare in this intellectually convincing and emotionally compelling narrative." - PW
"He includes the perfect combination of biographical information and tactical considerations, and eyewitness accounts give readers an idea of what the average soldier must have endured." - Library Journal
"A story of epic proportions . . . An awesome feat of biographical reconstruction."
- The Boston Globe
"An Army at Dawn may be the best World War II narrative since Cornelius Ryan's classics, The Longest Day and A Bridge Too Far." - Wall Street Journal
A splendid book . . . The emphasis throughout is on the human drama of men at war. " - Washington Post Book World
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