Author(s): Bernard C. Nalty
Second World War
This huge, in-depth recap of the planning, build-up and execution of D-Day begins with with hour-by-hour and beach-by-beach descriptions of the landings, each graphically illustrated with battle photography and full-color maps. The book goes on to describe the fierce battles at Normandy, the Allied breakout into France and the liberation of Paris. Rare photography from archives and collections throughout the U.S., Great Britain and France is accompanied by color photographs of museum pieces and artifacts, including the uniforms and personal effects of Eisenhower, Montgomery, Patton and Bradley, as well as personal mementos of U.S. Rangers and British airborne troops.