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200,000 Heroes : Italian Partisans and the American OSS in WWII
by Leon Weckstein

Overview - Italy, July 1944. The unendurable insult to Italy's inherently genial way of life brought about by Hitler's storm-troopers and Mussolini's Fascist toadies was both taking its toll on the people of Italy and creating a fledgling underground Resistance movement whose heroic ranks would soon swell to nearly 200,000 brave men and women.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Italy, July 1944. The unendurable insult to Italy's inherently genial way of life brought about by Hitler's storm-troopers and Mussolini's Fascist toadies was both taking its toll on the people of Italy and creating a fledgling underground Resistance movement whose heroic ranks would soon swell to nearly 200,000 brave men and women. Author Leon Weckstein was there--an American GI in combat fighting with and befriending the Partisans. Here is the story, as told through eye-witness accounts and carefully researched historical archives, of the Italian Partisans and their American OSS allies? battle to destroy the Nazi-Fascist regime and expel the culprits from their beloved Italy."


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  • ISBN-13: 9781555716981
  • ISBN-10: 1555716989
  • Publisher: Hellgate Press
  • Publish Date: December 2011
  • Page Count: 233


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Books > History > Military - World War II
Books > History > Europe - Italy
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