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March 1945. Allied troops are poised to cross the Rhine and sweep on into Germany. Victory is finally within their grasp. But if they believe this victory can be easily won, they face swift disillusionment.
The last hundred days of the Second World War will prove immensely challenging, marked by bitter and bloody fighting.
Caddick-Adams draws in vast range of memoirs and personal interviews to consider both the individual acts of resolve and heroism on the front line, and the strategic decisions made at Allied Headquarters.