- This topic has 1 reply, 2 voices, and was last updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago by .
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
This is written by Paul Boesch, a platoon leader in WWII. The book covers their march across France, Lux, etc towards the Siegfried Line and into the Huertgen Forest in 1944.
This is a great book! His writing style is simple and honest, and is focused on his personal experience. He’s very matter-of-fact, and doesn’t come across as a “tough guy” just a regular guy thrust into the extraordinary. He shares his thoughts/fears, his frustration, his moments of thanks for surviving, and the camaraderie with his men. He sounds like a great officer who genuinely put his men before himself and went above and beyond what was expected of him.
I’d strongly recommend giving this one a read.
I’ll add it to the list.
Signal out, can you identify.
Je ne regrette rien...
Klagt Nicht, Kämpft
Max Velocity Tactical (MVT) has established a reputation on the leading edge of immersive, scenario based, tactical live fire and force on force training. At MVT we are dedicated to developing and training tactical excellence at the individual and team level, in order to better prepare you to defend yourself and others during life threatening situations.