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Field Marshal Rommel said it must be held at any cost. Three weeks after D-Day, the Allied advance has stalled; the British are under pressure to break through the Nazi lines. The killing fields around Hill 112 become a graveyard for the British soldiers that try to take it and a brutal war of attrition that the Nazis cannot afford to wage. It reveals the intensity of the combat in Normandy, where the casualty toll often surpassed anything on the Eastern Front or from the Great War.