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The Legacy of the West Point Class of 1966

This week, we're sharing a special excerpt from another audiobook that fans of Unknown History should enjoy. Click the red player below to listen. 

By
Giles Milton
1-minute read
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The Long Gray Line by Rick Atkinson is a "profoundly moving saga" that tells the story of three West Point graduates and the lives they led. Get your copy today here or wherever books are sold.

Unknown History's next season will officially arrive later this summer, but this week we're sharing another bonus clip. This episode is a special excerpt from the audiobook The Long Gray Line by Rick Atkinson.

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The Long Gray Line tells the 25-year saga of three graduates of the West Point class of 1966. You'll follow them from their boisterous cadet years to the fires of Vietnam to the hard peace and internal struggles that followed the war. 

The Long Gray Line was originally published in print in 1989, but now, it's finally available in unabridged audio for the very first time. Plus, it features exclusive content, including an original foreword read by the author and a bonus interview.

Colin Powell calls The Long Gray Line "a profoundly moving saga in which the U.S. Military Academy at West Point stands center stage."

Click the red audio player above to listen to the excerpt. If you enjoy it and want to hear more, you can get your copy today here or wherever books or audiobooks are sold. 

About the Author

Giles Milton

Giles Milton is a writer and historian who graduated from the University of Bristol. He is an internationally bestselling author of nine works of narrative non-fiction and three novels. His books have been translated into more than 20 languages and serialized by the BBC.