Churchill’s Hellraisers: The Secret Mission to Storm a Forbidden Nazi Fortress (World War Two)
Churchill’s Hellraisers was absolutely captivating. The book starts out with history on the key figures and then moves through the entire process of organizing and carrying out their mission to storm a Nazi fortress.
The author, Damien Lewis, spares no details and makes you feel as if you are with the men and women as they are going on this campaign. It is like reading a movie, and it just absolutely ensconces you in the tale. The end of the book was maybe my favorite, with Mr. Lewis detailing what happened to each of the key figures and how they lived out their life and what became of them after the war.
Mr. Lewis delivers a well-rounded and thoroughly researched account. I was unaware until I read this book how harrowing it was for these boys, and I say boys because they were nineteen and twenty years old at the time, and learned about all the atrocities that they had to go through and the hardships they endured.
|Page Count||400 pages|
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