A Bridge Too Far

by Cornelius Ryan


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A New York Times bestseller for 22 weeks. Five bridges had to seized intact by airborne assualt. It was the fifth, the crucial bridge over the Lower Rhine at a place called Arnhem, 64 miles behind the German lines, that worried the allied commander Lt. General Frederick Browning who sated to Field Marshal Montgomery that “We might be going a bridge too far.” Illustrated. VG-Owner’s name on inside cover. New York, N.Y. 1974 Popular Library Ed., 670 Pgs., Mass Market Paperback.

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