D Day: The Battle for Normandy

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  • ENGLISH

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  • 632

    Pages
  • 9780670918096

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  • 3 mm

    Width
  • 15 mm

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  • 721 gram

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  • OPEN

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  • PAPERBACK

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  • 28 MAY 2009

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    Even Stalin was awed by D-Day.In the whole history of war, he wrote to Churchill, there has never been such an undertaking. Those who took part in the great cross-Channel invasion, whether soldier, sailor or airman, would never forget the sight. It was by far the largest invasion fleet ever known. Nor, of course, would the German defenders alerted at the last moment on Even Stalin was awed by D-Day.In the whole history of war, he wrote to Churchill, there has never been such an undertaking. Those who took part in the great cross-Channel invasion, whether soldier, sailor or airman,...  Read More

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    Antony Beevor

    Antony James Beevor is a British historian, educated at Winchester College and Sandhurst. He studied under the famous historian of World War II, John Keegan. Beevor is a former officer with the 11th Hussars who served in England and Germany for 5 years before resigning his commission. He has published several popular histories on the Second World War and 20th century in general.

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