D-Day Remembered: From the Invasion to the Liberation of Paris (Hardback)Prof Richard Holmes (author), Imperial War Museum (author)
- Temporarily unavailable
Stay one step ahead and let us notify you when this item is next available to order
We will contact you when this item is next available to order.
D-Day, the largest amphibious invasion in history, took place on 6 June 1944. The subsequent battle of Normandy involved over a million men, and helped seal the fate of The Third Reich.
This is a graphic account of the planning and execution of Operation Overlord, as well as the campaign which effectively destroyed the German forces in France, opening the way for the Allied advance. Including a wealth of superb photographs and maps, the book also contains 30 facsimile items of rare memorabilia, including diaries, letters and memos, bringing this 'Day of Days' dramatically to life.
Publisher: Welbeck Publishing Group
Number of pages: 224
Dimensions: 283 x 245 mm
You may also be interested in...
“The Longest Day”
Now commemorating seventy five years since the historic amphibious operation, Richard Holmes presents a concise account superbly illustrated with facsimile documents and newspapers, maps and photographs. They take you... More
“History brought to life”
This is a very accessible and informative introduction to the events surrounding D-Day, from the build-up, through the day itself, and then the following weeks leading up to the liberation of Paris. The events are... More
Please sign in to write a review
Would you like to proceed to the App store to download the Waterstones App?
Or, add to basket, pay online, collect in as little as 2 hours, subject to availability.