Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption

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Number of Pages
473
Publication year
2010
Book Rating
4.38/5 (600920 ratings)

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Though the Allies won WWII, but they didn’t win it all. Apart from D-Day, the Allies faced a tragic and bitter defeat in the Battle of Arnhem.

As the Allies stressed on ending the War in Europe, they strategized a detailed attack, to capture the important bridge above the Rhine of Arnhem, behind the German force. Cornelius describes the agony and risk of one of the most ill-fated operations of all times. The book revives the horror, and tragedy of the operation that went berserk and cost the Allies greatly.

 

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