Describes the exploits and accomplishments of charismatic commander Colonel William Darby and his elite battalion of Army Rangers, from North Africa, to southern Italy, to Darby's tragic death eight days before V-E day and his posthumous honors. 25, 000 first printing.In planning the voyage to the Gulf of Salerno, Darby saw a logistical problem. ... are aboard, and because troops never sit still, their constant movements cause the needle to deflect, so that the finest compass in the world swings back and forth.
|Title||:||Onward We Charge|
|Author||:||Harry Paul Jeffers|
|Publisher||:||Nal Caliber - 2007|