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Follow the D-Day landings through a unique collection of historical maps, expert commentary and dramatic photographs. This is a unique insight into the D-Day landings 75 years on.
The Allied landings in Normandy on 6 June 1944 were the greatest amphibious assault in history, requiring almost two years of meticulous planning and the largest co-ordinated mapping effort the world has ever seen.
More than 200 illustrations demonstrate how the D-Day landings unfolded, along with detailed descriptions of what happened on that momentous day.
This collection of incredible maps uncover the events that led up to D-Day, the planning for the assault and the progress of the liberating forces afterwards. Dramatic photographs help to illustrate the key historical events that took place during Operation Overlord.
Pegasus Bridge and Horsa Bridge
By: Carl Shilleto
Foreword by: HRH The Prince of Wales
Stilicho: The Vandal Who Saved Rome
By: Ian Hughes
Britain's Best Kept Secret
By: Ted Enever
The Last Sunrise
By: Harold Gordon, Hirshel Grodzienski
Jump into Hell
By: Franz Kurowski
The 51st (Highland) Division in the Great War
By: Colin Campbell
The Disastrous Fall and Triumphant Rise of the Fleet Air Arm from 1912 to 1945
By: Henry "Hank" Adlam
Sparta: Unfit for Empire
By: Godfrey Hutchinson
The Forgotten VCs
By: Brian Best