This is an important and timely operational analysis of the events of September 1944. It is a mark of my respect for Anthony Tucker-Jones's work that I wish I had researched and written The Devil's Bridge. Thus I am more than happy to commend his scholarship to you.
Professor Peter Caddick-Adams
A gripping narrative from a less familiar viewpoint - that of Holland's occupiers.
Dr Graham Goodlad
A fine sense of detail and character makes this a thrilling and unusual read.
Interestingly examining the actions of the German forces that led to Arnhem.
This analysis provides a valuable insight into an event which is a signally important event in British military history.
Trevor James, The Historian
The story of the ill-fated but courageous Allied defeat will continue to fascinate military history buffs, but anyone wanting to understand this chapter in the war from the “other side of the hill” will find The Devil's Bridge equally as compelling.
Becky Clark, Solider Magazine
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