Newly updated by Clark's biographer Martin Blumenson. First paperback edition. The World War II memoirs of one of America's legendary military commanders, General Mark W. Clark. A West Point graduate, he saw action in France in 1918, played a key role in the landings in North Africa, and commanded the American Fifth Army in Italy from 1943-1945. After the war, he became president of The Citadel and died in Charleston, South Carolina in 1984. Gives detailed accounts of the invasion of Italy, the battle of Cassino, and the entire Italian campaign.
Publisher: Enigma Books
Number of pages: 475
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
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