|Other Retailer||Price Checked Time||Their Price in NZD||Our Price|
|Amazon UK||today||33.11||$29.89||You save $3.22|
|Amazon US||today||31.56||$29.89||You save $1.67|
List of IllustrationsForewordAcknowledgmentsIntroduction1. The Invasion of Sicily: July 19432. The Battle of Bloody Ridge: July 28 to 30, 19433. The Invasion of Italy: September 19434. Winter Line: September to November 19435. Anzio to Rome: February to June 19446. The Invasion of Southern France: August 19447. Rambervillers, France, to Aschaffenburg, Germany: September 1944 to March 19458. Aschaffenburg, Germany: April 19459. AfterthoughtsIndex
Memoir of American, Jewish military doctor fighting on the frontlines and caring for the injured in WWII
Robert "Doc Joe" Franklin (1917-2006) served as a medic with the 157th Infantry Regiment of the 45th Division during the invasion of Europe in World War II. Flint Whitlock, author of The Rock of Anzio: From Sicily to Dachau, A History of the 45th Infantry Division, is a former army officer and Vietnam veteran.
"[Franklin's] vignettes will help the reader understand what being in war is all about-the laughs, the pain, the sorrow, and most important, the pride of having served."-Military Heritage * Military Heritage * "[Medic!] will undoubtedly rank with the classics of military literature as one of the finest, most heart-breaking, most brutally honest books ever written about men in war. . . . An absolute `must-read.'"-WWII History * WWII History * "The spare and terse prose is vividly evocative . . . I have never read a better description of the mission and the work of a platoon medic in combat."-Robert J. T. Joy, Journal of Military History -- Robert J. T. Joy * Journal of Military History * "[T]his account of Franklin's experiences during WWII brings combat to life. . . . His descriptions of horrific casualties and deaths of both Americans and Germans are vivid, and so are the more human moments."-Publishers Weekly * Publishers Weekly *