"The Battle for the Siegfried Line" was not only the most important of the 1944-45 campaign against Germany, it was to prove the key battle in the war in the west. This work gives a vivid account brings to life the principal personalities engaged in the struggle to break through the "West Wall".
Charles Whiting is Britain's most prolific military writer with over 250 books to his credit. He saw active service in the Second World War, serving in an armoured reconnaissance regiment attached to both the U.S. and British armies. He is therefore able to write with the insight and authority of someone who, as a combat soldier, actually experienced the horrors of World War II.