We Were Soldiers Too: Book 2 by Bob Kern - $0.99


We Have been Troopers Too: A Historic Have a look at Germany In the course of the Cold War From the US Troopers Who Served There. Kindle Version!

By Bob Kern (Writer), Brian Hawkins (Editor)




Finalist for eBook of the Year Common Nonfiction and Finalist for E-book of the Year Nonfiction Army Historical past in 2016



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Ground zero for a nuclear battle was simply over an hour northeast of Frankfurt, Germany. The small city of Fulda is nestled on the base of a pure hole within the hilly wooded terrain of West Germany and was a hall between East and West Germany.


Known as the Fulda Hole, this hall was very seemingly the trail the Warsaw forces and the Soviet Union would have taken to invade Europe.

A Historical Look at Germany During the Cold War


˃˃˃ The next is a historic take a look at the Cold War in Germany by way of the careers of seventeen veterans who served there.

These are their tales as they ready to defend the Fulda Hole and ground zero”



The courageous women and men who served in West Germany had been the primary line of protection in opposition to the enemy horde that may come by way of the hole if hostilities ever started.


Their mission was to carry that advancing horde for forty-eight hours till reinforcements arrived. None of them had been anticipated to outlive an invasion they usually all knew it. This was what they’d enlisted for, it was their job, they usually did it proudly.



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