From the mountains of Italy to Normandy's countryside, and from the deserts of North Africa to the ruined German cities, experience the history of the Second World War in Western Europe from 1939 to 1945 in a whole new way.
Through their unpublished letters and diaries, follow the journeys of some fifty Allied soldiers (American, British, French, Canadian, New Zealand...) as they liberate the continent from Nazi rule, sometimes at the cost of their lives. Narrated in chronological order and with their historical context, their stories are illustrated with many personal photos, original items and uniforms.
Whether they come from an elite soldier, a combat medic or a USO dancer, these poignant letters, written in the mud of the European battlefields, reveal the hopes, doubts and fears of these young people sent to hell. Till Victory is first and foremost a book about Peace.