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  1. says: Bloody Roads to Germany (NEW) William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ

    FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany (NEW) This is William Meller’s account of his World War II experiences I found it a very engaging uick read Rather short Mr Mel

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    FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany (NEW) Interesting and Uniue With the mass of personal World War II accounts available to read it would be easy to assume that redundancy would be an issue not so In fact the joy of reading so many of these books is simply because each and every account proves to be so uniuely personal and different BLOODY ROADS TO GERMANY is no exception as William Meller offers his riveting experience of combat and captivity towards the end of World

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    Bloody Roads to Germany (NEW) FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller The story of a young man in the closing year of WWII Promoted to SSgt because of battle casualties he takes over his small suad and does his best to lead and protect them during the Battle of the Bulge Despite hi

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    FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ I want to give the author 5 stars for what he went thru but NO stars to his editorFound the writing disjointed and difficult to follow Too ba

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    FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany Bloody Roads to Germany (NEW) FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller Interesting True story of a soldier that continuously grows up during battles and captivity during WW 11

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    FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany Bloody Roads to Germany (NEW) This story called '' Bloody Roads'' by William F Meller is about the world war 2 This story tells you about the time when it was war

  7. says: William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany (NEW)

    Bloody Roads to Germany (NEW) William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller I base my 5 star rating on the fact that I just really enjoyed the book It is fast paced and it was interesting to hear about his time

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    William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany What I enjoyed most about this book was that Meller never sought to make it falsely exciting or a glamorous tale of war He

  9. says: William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany

    William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller Bloody Roads to Germany (NEW) Actually 25 stars since I have such respect for the author and what endured while serving in WWII He had an excellent but very short story to tell but what he really needed was a good editor who could have taken this book up a notch or two

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    FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany Awesome It was hard to put down This book tells the story of a young mans journey from the Huertgen Forest to being captured in Luxemburg in Dec 1944 and sent to Stalag IX in Ziegenhain Germany Can't tell any without spoiling

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FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller

Bloody Roads to Germany

FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany 109 FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ Were vastly outnumbered and out euipped in the fight which would soon become known as the Battle of the Bulge Hitler's final offensive The vaunted Wehrmacht threw everything they had in their arsenal against the American dogfaces This is the true story of a man in combat who continuously adapted to his circumstances with grace and courage ultimately transforming himself from an ordinary young GI to a leader who helped show his soldiers by example how to survive wa. Actually 25 stars since I have such respect for the author and what endured while serving in WWII He had an excellent but very short story to tell but what he really needed was a good editor who could have taken this book up a notch or two

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FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany 109 FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ He never planned on becoming a leader or a hero In November 1944 Sergeant William Meller was just twenty years old Very soon into the fighting in Huertgen Forest he found himself promoted to suad leader by attrition since every single officer in the rifle companies had already been killed or wounded Meller and his men living in freezing foxholes and armed only with rifles and a few machine guns and grenades fought against the Wehrmacht's battle hardened soldiers a. This is William Meller s account of his World War II experiences I found it a very engaging uick read Rather short Mr Meller tells of his experience in the Heurtgen Forest the Battle of the Bulge and finally as a Prisoner of WarHe starts his account on the morning of Dec 16 the opening of the Battle of the Bulge where is in charge of a platoon of 11 men For those that don t know A platoon is supposed to have 40 if fully staffed His regiment the 110th Inf of the 28th ID is slowly rebuilding from the hell that was the Heurtgen As the author tells his story of his Battle of the Bulge which was rather short he flashes back to the HeurtgenHe is captured on the afternoon of the 16th and about half of the book is the story of his captivity Once again I found his story well told As a POW his story is one of the constant hunger and cold He also tells of the black marketing that went on He tells of volunteering for work details to earn extra food and later deciding not to volunteer because they are becoming too dangerous Allied aircraft are a constant presence bombing and straffing anything that moved The wait as the American s approach and the defiance of the prisoners to a movement to Austria is well doneA couple of comments on the style everything that Mr Meller writes about prior to the battle of the Bulge is presented as a memory These memories are printed in italics so they are easy to identify Most of these memories are his experiences in the Heurtgen but it also includes his arrival in Europe and his assignment to the 110th This style makes the story a little disjointed but at the same time effective When the memories are presented something in the main story line causes the author to recall them An example of this is the author s story of his father One of the most poignant is when a crippled guard reminds him of his father His father who was wounded in WW I and walked with a limp ironically was assigned to the same regiment and company as his sonHis last paragraph sums up his experience In combat I was so relieved when I lost my fear and became a soldier I was relieved again when this feeling passed I got drunk a few times remembering the friend I left in Luxembourg My fianc understood why I was drunk she wanted to understand what I felt I answered Helpless Eventually this also passed All in all while this was a uick read it is also a well done read I give it 4 stars

FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller

FREE READ Bloody Roads to Germany 109 FREE READ ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó William F. Meller William F. Meller ó 9 FREE READ Nd its juggernaut Panzer tanks all while under withering barrages of artillery fire The bravery and determination of Meller and the soldiers of Meller's 28th Infantry Division allowed them to survive what would become the longest single battle the US Army has ever fought in its history But they would get little respite from the carnage Almost immediately they were sent to fight the Germans in the densely forested and bitter cold Ardennes Again Meller and his GI's. Interesting True story of a soldier that continuously grows up during battles and captivity during WW 11

  • Hardcover
  • 208
  • Bloody Roads to Germany
  • William F. Meller
  • English
  • 01 October 2018
  • 9780425259610