48 Hours to Hammelburg

$ 4.00

Author: Charles Whiting
Publisher: Ballantine 2526
Year: 1972 Print: 2 Cover Price: $1.25
Condition:  Very Good. Light Wear. 
Genre: Non Fiction/History/War
Pages:  199


On a dark night in March 1945, Task Force Baum dashed through a break in the German Army lines created by troops of the U.S. Third Army and embarked on one of the most dramatic and dangerous rescue missions of World War II. Their target, the Allied POW camp 60 miles behind enemy lines near the German town of Hammelburg. Unknown to all but one member of the 300 men in Task Force Baum was the real reason for the rescue: the POW camp at Hammelburg contained Lieutenant Colonel John Waters -- General Patton's son-in-law! This is the gripping, true, and long-suppressed full story of what exactly happened in the desperate drive to Hammelburg.

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