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Bloody Bastogne
Bloody Bastogne
Author: Gordon Davis
ISBN-13: 9780553200348
ISBN-10: 0553200348
Publication Date: 11/1981
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Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Paperback
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On a well deserved r and r, Sgt C J Mahoney of Patton's Hammerhead Diviions heads straight for a hot bar in the freezing Belgain town of Clervaux. A few cdrinks, a knife fight over a woman, and Mahoney lands in Jail. The worst is not over, German bombs start wipping the town to shreds. Patton and Hitler have gegun the giggest massacre of their war time careers, a massiver slaughter of fire and flesh that is rumbling toward its bloody finale in Bastogne. Mahaoney sprints from jail and slashes int the enimy troops with bayonet, bazookas and his eager bare hands and th Sgt won't rejoin his unit unitl he completes his one-man mission of annihilation that will be heard clear back to Berlin.