"Le Tissier does a great job building an immediate bond between these hard-fighting soldiers of the 94th and the reader. . . . Adding to his superior writing are fantastic maps, sketches, and photos interspaced through the book. . . . "Patton's Pawns "is a worthy read of any military historian or for those interested in following one of the many infantry divisions fighting across Europe during World War II.""--On Point"Críticas:
""[Patton's Pawns] "draws some long-overdue attention to the considerable fighting prowess of the 94th. Second, it makes the salient point that the 1945 campaign to conquer Nazi Germany was no walkover. Instead, it was a bloody, costly, demoralizing struggle. By and large, the Germans did not capitulate. They fought very hard, and Le Tissier illustrates this quite well.""--Journal of Military History"
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