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29th INFANTRY DIVISION. --DVD-- By V-E Day, 29th Infantry Division suffered over 20,000 casualties and was considered as one of the best divisions in the ETO. -- Four films on one DVD --

Click to Enlarge29th Infantry Division. --DVD-- By V-E Day, 29th Infantry Division suffered over 20,000 casualties and was considered as one of the best divisions in the ETO.
The Four films: [1] 29, LET'S GO! The "Blue and Gray Division" was a veteran of D-Day when it entered the hedgerows of Normandy. After savage fighting for St. Lo and the battle for Brest, the division fought in the area of the Roer and Rhine Rivers before victory came in central Germany. By V-E Day, 29th Infantry Division suffered over 20,000 casualties as one of the best divisions in the ETO.

[2] NORMANDY INVASION. Focuses on the delivery of troops to bloody hell of Omaha and Utah beaches.

[3] BREAKOUT & PURSUIT. The story of the First and Third Army's succussful attack on the German Army in Normandy. Emphasis is placed on General Bradley's bold plan to overcome the hedgerows which were death traps for infantry men and armor. The film concentrates on the period of July-August 1944, but covers up to the German border.

[4] NINTH ARMY AACHEN TO THE ROER RIVER. Includes the battles for the Hurtgen Forest and parts of the Siegfried Line Campaign.
97 minutes.

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Group:
World War II
ID:
C-29d
Category:
War Against Germany
Media:
DVD Video
Type:
Unit Histories
Price:
21.80
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