I enjoyed this book. There are many untold stories from World War II that we may never hear about, I'm just glad this one got written. The Narrator Patrick Lawlor can make a thriller out of "The Principles of Accounting". Overall this was a good story about strong men, caring villagers and dedicated OSS men. Worth the money.
Patton was a snob, philanderer and a racist. He was also the best combat commander who ever lived.
ou must have a good memory to remember all the players in this story. There are so many characters it becomes convoluted. It doesn't move at a good pace either, rather boring stuff.
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