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If I Live to See the Dawn: At War on the Gothic Line 1944 - '45  
Mar. 15, 2014
Author:  Christian Jennings
Category:  Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs
Description:  he first book in English in a quarter century devoted to this crucial, multinational World War Two battle in Italy, it focuses not just on the combat experiences of undersung American, Italian, Allied and German military units, but on how the three leaders from Britain, America and Russia planned to exploit the outcome of the battle for their own ends, and their own national benefit, and what happened.
Rights available:  All
Contact:  Andrew Lownie
Andrew Lownie Literary Agency
lownie@globalnet.co.uk
phone: 020 7222 7574
fax: 020 7222 7576
36 Great Smith Street, London, SW1P 3BU
Item number:  9359
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