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D-Day

D Day On June ships carrying Allied soldiers stormed the beaches of Normandy Here is the dramatic story of that climatic battle and the men who planned and fought in it The Normandy i

  • Title: D-Day
  • Author: Al Hine
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • On June 6, 1944, 7,000 ships carrying 160,000 Allied soldiers stormed the beaches of Normandy Here is the dramatic story of that climatic battle and the men who planned and fought in it The Normandy invasion altered the course of World War II and led to the defeat of Nazi Germany and the end of the Third Reich It is a story of courage and fear, tragedy and determinationOn June 6, 1944, 7,000 ships carrying 160,000 Allied soldiers stormed the beaches of Normandy Here is the dramatic story of that climatic battle and the men who planned and fought in it The Normandy invasion altered the course of World War II and led to the defeat of Nazi Germany and the end of the Third Reich It is a story of courage and fear, tragedy and determination.

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    1. Interesting readA concise and factual account of the D-Day invasion. Lots of personal experiences of the men who made the landings coupled with obscure but interesting incidents that could have altered the outcome. Recommend to anyone wanting to learn about the planning and execution of the battle.


    2. AmazingIt still amazes me how these brave men went into hell and some came out alive. This is a must read for any war reading fan!


    3. D-Day“D-DAY THE INVASION OF EUROPE” by Al Hine tells about the planning and execution and D-Day, the biggest invasion/ costliest military move of all time. With the whole invasion resting on such simple things as a weather report, breakfast, and seasickness. D-Day simply stands for the day when the Allies (the people who fought the axis in World War I and World War II) landed on the beaches of Normandy, France. The attack of Normandy consisted of 5 (technically 6) areas. Pointe Du Hoc (Amer [...]



    4. This is an extremely short book -- more like a few magazine length articles. I guess it was ok for a very high level overview of D-Day, but left me feeling disappointed.


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