Campaign 194: Liberation of Paris 1944: Patton's race for the Seine (Campaign) by Osprey Publishing

Campaign 194: Liberation of Paris 1944: Patton's race for the Seine (Campaign) by Osprey Publishing
Campaign 194: Liberation of Paris 1944: Patton's race for the Seine (Campaign) by Osprey Publishing Campaign 194: Liberation of Paris 1944: Patton's race for the Seine (Campaign) by Osprey Publishing Campaign 194: Liberation of Paris 1944: Patton's race for the Seine (Campaign) by Osprey Publishing Campaign 194: Liberation of Paris 1944: Patton's race for the Seine (Campaign) by Osprey Publishing Campaign 194: Liberation of Paris 1944: Patton's race for the Seine (Campaign) by Osprey Publishing (click images to enlarge)

Campaign 194: Liberation of Paris 1944: Patton's race for the Seine (Campaign) by Osprey Publishing

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In July 1944, Operation "Cobra" broke the stalemate in Normandy and sent the Allies racing across France. The Allied commanders ignored Paris in their planning for this campaign, considering that the risk of intense street fighting and heavy casualties outweighed the city's strategic importance. However, Charles de Gaulle persuaded the Allied commanders to take direct action to liberate his nation's capital. Steven J Zaloga first describes the operations of Patton's Third Army as it advanced towards Paris before focussing on the actions of the Resistance forces inside the city and of the Free French armored division that fought its way in and joined up with them to liberate it on August 24. De Gaulle could then proclaim, "Paris liberated " and one of the world's loveliest cities had survived Hitler's strident command that it should be held at all costs or reduced to rubble.

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