The All Americans in World War II: A Photographic History of the 82nd Airborne Division at War

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MBI Publishing Company, Oct 14, 2010 - HISTORY - 192 pages
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On the night of July 9/10, 1943 the All Americans of the 82nd Airborne Division jumped into history as they made their first parachute assault of World War II. Three others would follow: Salerno, Normandy, and Holland. In total the division served more than three hundred days in combat, a record unmatched by any other American division.

 

With nearly four hundred historic photographs, many never before published, The All Americans in World War II provides a complete photographic history of the 82nd Airborne Division as it fought its way across Sicily, Italy, France, Belgium, and Germany, ultimately all the way to Berlin as part of the American occupation forces. This book is an essential addition to any serious World War II collection and a tribute to the fighting spirit of this legendary division.

 

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A little context would have gone a long way in each chapter. This books assumes you know each battle the 82nd divisions were involved. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

DIVTexas Tech graduate Phil Nordyke is a veteran of twenty-six years in the high-tech industry, starting with Texas Instruments and Xerox. After retiring from Cisco Systems, Nordyke has documented the World War II history of the 82nd Airborne Division. He lives in McKinney, Texas, with his wife, Nancy, and their younger son, Robert. Their older son, Jason, and daughter, Amy, attend Texas Tech University. Author Nordyke’s first book, All American, All the Way: The Combat History of the 82nd Airborne Division in World War II, was published in May 2005 by Zenith Press to wide critical and popular acclaim./div

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