Three Soldiers Remember The Battle For A Bridge Too Far
Author: Mike Rossiter
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'In years to come, it will be a great thing for a man to say "I fought at Arnhem"' -- Field Marshal Montgomery
The battle over the Rhine at Arnhem lasted for nine days, and almost twelve thousand men took part. "We Fought At Arnhem" tells the remarkable stories of three of those men.
Ron Jordan, Pat Gorman, and Tom Carpenter had all volunteered for one of the toughest jobs in the military, that of airborne troops. The battle for Arnhem would be the greatest challenge any of them were to face during the war, and for all three, it would end in capture and incarceration in a prisoner of war camp.
Arnhem has gone down in history as a glorious defeat, but it also revealed the best of the fighting British soldier. It stands as a testament to the courage, determination and valiant sacrifice of the men who fought for their country. The stories of Ron, Pat, and Tom reveal the true drama of those days from the soldiers' point of view in honest, searing, and inspiring detail.
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