D-Day Remembered: From the Invasion to the Liberation of Paris

Author(s): Richard Holmes; Imperial War Museum


D-Day was the largest amphibious invasion in history, and this graphic account explores all the details of its planning and execution, as well as the campaign that effectively destroyed the German forces in France. Enhancing the superb information on key personnel, weapons, and military units are a DVD with veterans' firsthand accounts and more than 40 facsimile documents, including a German radio signal log timed at 4:15am on D-Day, propaganda leaflets, log book extracts, diary extracts, military orders, maps, and much more.
Published in association with the Imperial War Museum, London, one of the world's leading museums devoted to military history, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of D-Day.


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  • : 9780233005775
  • : Carlton Books, Limited
  • : Carlton Books, Limited
  • : 1.49685
  • : March 2019
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Special Fields

  • : Richard Holmes; Imperial War Museum
  • : Hardback
  • : English
  • : 940.542142
  • : 256