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30th INFANTRY DIVISION IN WORLD WAR II - DVD- WORKHORSE OF THE WESTERN FRONT. Follow the 30th from Vire River to Saint Lo and on to the Roer River. DVD. Includes three related films on one video.

Click to Enlarge30th INFANTRY DIVISION IN WORLD WAR II - - WORKHORSE OF THE WESTERN FRONT. Vire River to Saint Lo and on to the Roer River. Includes these three films on one video:
[1] 30th INFANTRY DIVISION - WORKHORSE OF THE WESTERN FRONT. Two months after the Normandy invasion, Hitler ordered his beleaguered armies to drive to the sea, splitting the American First and Third Armies and jamming the American forces back into the crowded peninsula. The 30th "Old Hickory" Division crossed the Vire River, headed for Saint Lo and repelled the German offensive. The German troops found the 30th such a tough nut to crack, they nicknamed its dogfaces "Roosevelt's SS."

[2] BREAKOUT & PURSUIT. The story of the First 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.

[3] NINTH ARMY--AACHEN TO THE ROER RIVER. Focuses on the Siegfried Line Campaign.
For VHS format call toll free 866-242-1811 75 minutes.

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Group:
World War II
ID:
C-30d
Category:
War Against Germany
Media:
DVD Video
Type:
Unit Histories
Price:
21.80
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