"This book offers a fantastic history lesson and great insight to
the difficulties the American artillery units faced during the Battle of the
Bulge. The author has clearly invested countless hours in research and
interviews. That effort gave me a real picture of what this group of dedicated
soldiers wen through during that pivotal period of WWII.
Whether you're a history buff or not, you will find this book to be a real page turner. " *****
"If anyone wants to read a very interesting and basically True
story. This is it. The field Artillery never gets any credit for the part that
they play in a Battle. You will learn how the Artillery works and what a great
small Battalion of the 106th Inf. Div. did in the Battle of the Bulge." *****
"For military historians or former artillerymen this book is
pretty good. The detail is good, however, I think that a little more breadth
beyond the 106th Infantry Division would have created a better feel for the
overall contribution of the field artillery to this battle. One doesn't really
get the desperation that the first few days of battle generated. A good read, I
would love to see a follow-up with more information about other artillery units
in the bulge. "
"Very informative and helps give the Artillery Battalions their due credit, including the African-Americans who helped win the BOB ."
"Nice, succinct view of an artilleryman's view of combat. "
Red Legs of the Bulge draws the reader inside the lives of an artillery unit during arguably one of WWll's bloddiest battles.
author using hundreds of hours of careful research and focusing on the 106th.
Infantry Division, while acknowledging other units draws you into the battle
and the lives of those that lived it. History buffs will enjoy the effort and story, casual readers will come away
with a better understanding of what war is and does.
The escape of a few men from the Germans creates a story within a story, demonstrating the will and courage of those that fought. This is a book worthy of your time."