Devil's Own Luck: Pegasus Bridge to the Baltic 1944 - 1945

Devil s Own Luck Pegasus Bridge to the Baltic Now available in paperback this book brilliantly portrays what it was like to be facing death day after day with neither a bed to sleep in or a hot meal to look forward to This is warfare in the raw

  • Title: Devil's Own Luck: Pegasus Bridge to the Baltic 1944 - 1945
  • Author: Denis Edwards
  • ISBN: 9780850528695
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Paperback
  • Now available in paperback, this book brilliantly portrays what it was like to be facing death day after day with neither a bed to sleep in or a hot meal to look forward to This is warfare in the raw brutal yet humorous, immensely tragic but, sadly, all true A diary which was brought to a wider audience when the hardback was published in 1999 Having sold out in a fewNow available in paperback, this book brilliantly portrays what it was like to be facing death day after day with neither a bed to sleep in or a hot meal to look forward to This is warfare in the raw brutal yet humorous, immensely tragic but, sadly, all true A diary which was brought to a wider audience when the hardback was published in 1999 Having sold out in a few months it is now being published in paperback for the first time.

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    1 thought on “Devil's Own Luck: Pegasus Bridge to the Baltic 1944 - 1945”

    1. First published in 1999, The Devil's Own Luck is Denis Edwards personal experience of warfare in Northern Europe from D-Day to the closing stages of the war. The title refers to his numerous scrapes with death, and the recollections themselves are detailed, informative, and often quite tragic, which is what you expect from the realities of these events. Brilliant.

    2. i loved this book, i bought in the pegasus bridge musuem and finished it in one go, it showed the boredom and terror in a truly british way

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