Anthony Tucker-Jones's study of these battles is timely and important.
Professor Peter Caddick-Adams, author of 'Snow and Steel: Battle of the Bulge 1944–45'
What a brilliant book this is… a terrific narrative of Hitler's Ardennes offensive of December 1944 – superb storytelling that achieves a skilful balance between drama and detail.
James Holland, author of 'Brothers in Arms'
Tucker-Jones has delivered another gem. Hitler's Winter takes the reader on a breath-taking ride from the “other side of the hill” and is a must-read compendium to the vast corpus of Allied accounts of the Battle of the Bulge. Simply stunning.
David O'Keefe, author of 'Seven Days in Hell'
Anthony Tucker-Jones offers a fresh insight into the Battle of the Bulge that few historians have matched. Although several books have been written about the Ardennes from the German perspective, very few authors have captured the spirit of the conflict through the eyes of the combatants themselves.
Mike Guardia, author of 'Arracourt 1944: Triumph of American Armor'
An excellent themed analysis of why the objectives set by Hitler could never be achieved.
Aspects of History
For those who want to fully understand the Battle of the Bulge, then this is a 'must read'.
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