Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 96
Weight: 350 g
Dimensions: 248 x 184 x 8 mm
"Zaloga's high standards of research and his usual clear, concise writing style make this another valuable addition to Osprey's Second World War titles. If the reader desires a short, but thorough, account of the events surrounding the liberation of Paris, this work is now the best focused account available in English." --Mark Stille, World War II Quarterly (May 2008)
"This writing sparkles. The artwork is dynamic. The maps and battle scences put the writer in the battle. I am new to the Camaign series, but if 'Liberation of Paris, 1944' sets the standard, I'm ready for campaign #195, what ever the title." --Richard N. Larsen, The Midwest Book Review (July 2008).
"Steven J. Zaloga's Liberation of Paris 1944: Patton's Race for the Seine recounts the Operation Cobra battle that sent the Allies across France with plans to liberate the notoriously difficult Paris." --California Bookwatch (May 2008)
"All of this is superbly illustrated not only by the artwork of Howard Gerrard, but also by the selection of period photographs. This all makes a superb book on the subject. One that I found most enjoyable and I know you will as well. It is a superb book on the subject and one that all students of American history should have in their libraries. I can recommend to you without reservation." --Scott Van Aken, modelingmadness.com (May 2008)