The Ardennes Tapes

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Christmas Eve, 1944. The Ardennes Forest was thick with blood as the Battle of The Bulge raged on. But in the midst of combat, 200 troops—Americans and Germans alike—abruptly ceased fighting each other and united to face one common, and unspeakable, enemy. Only two men survived.

Now, more than five decades later, one still remains institutionalized and unable, or unwilling, to speak. Then, suddenly, he begins to rant, shrieking in terror about ...

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Overview

Christmas Eve, 1944. The Ardennes Forest was thick with blood as the Battle of The Bulge raged on. But in the midst of combat, 200 troops—Americans and Germans alike—abruptly ceased fighting each other and united to face one common, and unspeakable, enemy. Only two men survived.

Now, more than five decades later, one still remains institutionalized and unable, or unwilling, to speak. Then, suddenly, he begins to rant, shrieking in terror about unmentionable horror in the Ardennes...pray that somebody listens to The Ardennes Tapes.

Author Biography: Timothy B. Benford's books include the novels: The Ardennes Tapes and Hitler's Daughter and in nonfiction: Righteous Carnage, The World War II Quiz & Fact Book (2 vols), World War II Flashback, The Space Program Quiz & Fact Book, and The Royal Family Quiz & Fact Book. Benford resides in Mountainside, NJ, with his wife.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780595006809
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/1/2000
  • Pages: 388
  • Product dimensions: 0.86 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 6.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2002

    edge of your seat novel

    This book is a hair raising tale of a group of WW2 soldiers that encounter a thing far older then the world. The book melds modern war with suspense and horror as the men encounter germans, traiters, and legends that could not be thinkable.

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