The untold tale of the bloodiest and so much dramatic march to victory of the 2d International Warfare.
Written with Alex Kershaw’s trademark narrative force and shiny immediacy, The Liberator strains the exceptional battlefield adventure of maverick U.S. Military officer Felix Sparks during the Allied liberation of Europe—from the primary touchdown in Italy to the general dying throes of the 3rd Reich.

Over 5 hundred bloody days, Sparks and his infantry unit battled from the seashores of Sicily during the mountains of Italy and France, in the long run enduring sour and determined iciness battle in opposition to the die-arduous SS on the Homeland’s borders. Having miraculously survived the lengthy, bloody march throughout Europe, Sparks used to be decided on to guide a last fee to Bavaria, the place he and his males skilled one of the vital so much extreme side road combating suffered via American citizens in International Warfare II.

And while he in the end arrived on the gates of Dachau, Sparks faced scenes that robbed the thoughts of explanation why—and positioned his humanity to without equal take a look at.