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The Devil's Garden: Rommel's Desperate Defense of Omaha Beach on…

by Steven J. Zaloga

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0811712281, Hardcover)

Fresh look at D-Day, one of World War II's pivotal battles, in time for its 70th anniversary in June 2014Explains why the U.S. Army suffered enormous casualties on Omaha BeachFocuses on Erwin Rommel, the Desert Fox, who oversaw German defenses in NormandyCovers little-known aspects such as the German patrols tasked with shooting down the pigeons the French Resistance used to send messages to the AlliesRelies on original research, including recently discovered German artillery mapsZaloga's well-supported conclusions are sure to spark debate

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Fresh look at D-Day, one of World War II's pivotal battles, in time for its 70th anniversary in June 2014. Explains why the U.S. Army suffered enormous casualties on Omaha Beach. Focuses on Erwin Rommel, the Desert Fox, who oversaw German defenses in Normandy. Covers little-known aspects such as the German patrols tasked with shooting down the pigeons the French Resistance used to send messages to the Allies. Relies on original research, including recently discovered German artillery maps.… (more)

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