By Alex Kershaw
The untold story of the bloodiest and so much dramatic march to victory of the second one global War
Written with Alex Kershaw's trademark narrative force and bright immediacy, The Liberator strains the remarkable battlefield trip of maverick U.S. military officer Felix Sparks in the course of the Allied liberation of Europe—from the 1st touchdown in Italy to the ultimate loss of life throes of the 3rd Reich.
Over bloody days, Sparks and his infantry unit battled from the shores of Sicily in the course of the mountains of Italy and France, finally enduring sour and determined iciness strive against opposed to the die-hard SS at the Fatherland's borders. Having miraculously survived the lengthy, bloody march throughout Europe, Sparks was selected to guide a last cost to Bavaria, the place he and his males skilled the most severe road battling suffered by way of american citizens in international warfare II.
And while he finally arrived on the gates of Dachau, Sparks faced scenes that robbed the brain of reason—and positioned his humanity to the final try out.