Voices from D-Day: Eye-Witness Accounts of 6th June 1944

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June 6th, 1944, D-Day, was a turning point in World War II and a pivotal day in history. It saw 150,000 men - British, American and Canadian, cross the English Channel. In this title, participants in the event tell in their own words what they did or saw.

D-Day, June 6 1944, was the momentous turning-point in the Second World War. On that morning the largest armada ever assembled carried 150,000 men-British, American, Canadian-across the English Channel. Compiled form contemporary letters and diaries, Voices From D-Day features stunningly evocative first-hand accounts of the Normandy landings, from both sides of the battle. Here you will find the voices of the great military planners, Churchill, Paton and Eisenhower, alongside tales from the ordinary soldier under intense fire, the French people watching the invasion and the German soldiers, facing the unexpected enormity of Operation Overlord.

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AuthorJonathan Bastable
PublisherDavid & Charles
ConditionVery Good
Dustjacket ConditionVery Good
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