The Battle of the Bulge: Turning Back Hitler's Final Push (Graphic Battles of World War II) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-03-06 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 6 user ratings

" This is a graphic novel about the Battle of The Bulge. " said.

" couldn't beat PK Ojong's Perang Eropa " said.

" Sheer bullshit, pure American propaganda. " said.

" This is a decent overview of the events. It would be a good supplement to the less-than-adequate coverage of the Second World War found in textbooks. " said.

" Although this is intended as a graphic novel, it does have some regular book styling in it. I found it to be vague in information so I can't say I really enjoyed it. For someone who doesn't enjoy reading, I guess this would be a good start. I just didn't enjoy this book as much as I thought I would. " said.

" This book is an easy read and it brings together different people who were in the conflict. Not a deep read at all. This is just another perspective of events and delivery mechanism for telling a well-known story. " said.

"The graphic novel by Bill Cain is about stopping the Nazi's final push and stopping Hitler. It starts off giving background information about the war and the battles and different details about what was happening. Then it goes on to talk about Hitler's plans, the American's plans, and it has different stories about events during the war and people during the war. It talks about how the battles went back and forth and how the Americans would win and win and the Germans would weaken and vice versa, then the Germans won, then the U.S. came again to stop the final push and end the Battle of Bulge. It then talks about what happened to some of the key people of the war and how Hitler left the place he calls his "Eagle house" to go and stay in a bunker, where he wouldn't leave alive. Then it ends talking about things that happened after the war with more background information.

The book was interesting and if you don't know much about the war it could be a good introduction. It's and easy read and I would recommend it to anyone that just wants to learn more about the events and things that went on during World War II.
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" The battle that sounded the death knell for Nazi Germany - focuses on individual acts of valor that contributed to slowing down the strategic timetable that had to be met if there was to be any hope of victory for the Nazi forces. I am in awe of the sacrifices that were made by these brave young American soldiers. " said.

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