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D-Day

Hampshire and D-Day - Ed. Martin Doughty
This book commemorates the central role played by the county of Hampshire as a 'springboard' for the liberation of Europe on D-Day, 6 June 1944. This is history with a human face, illustrated by nearly 140 archive photographs which provide a fascinating glimpse into one of the most critical moments in 20th century history.

The D-Day companion - Duncan Anderson
The D-Day companion brings together the perspectives and opinions of leading military historians from both sides of the Atlantic. Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of the D-Day landings, from the build up to the attack and the experiences of the troops on the ground.

Remembering D-Day: person histories of everyday heroes - Martin Bowman
This book includes a range of experiences from civilians as well as ranks from air, land and naval services reflecting the fact that this was a combined operation and not simply a land invasion as it is often portrayed.

D-Day: the first 72 hours - William Buckingham
Contains a mass of wonderful detail about the weapons, the machines and the men that fought on D-Day.

D-Day bombers - Stephen Darlow
This book is largely an eyewitness account of the heavy bomber contribution to the success of the D-Day landings and therefore to the winning of the war in Europe.

D-Day - Martin Gilbert
An acclaimed historian of World War II sheds new light on one of the most important moments of the war.

D-Day - Dan Parry
The story of D-Day is told through the eyes of the men who were there; from veterans- both Allied and German- the spies, resistance members, reporters and official photographers.

Ten days to D-Day - David Stafford
A compelling narrative, climaxing on the eve of D-Day, gives a day to day account of the untold human story behind this momentous event from both the Allied and German perspectives.  

D-Day - Dan van der Vat
The author traces the story of "Operation Overlord" from the earliest preparation to final success. It includes dozens of new oral histories, eyewitness accounts, letters and photographs.

D-Day to Berlin - Andrew Williams
The defining drama of the Second World War through the voices of the British, American and German soldiers who were there.

 
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