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Disaster at D-Day: The Germans Defeat the Allies, June 1944 (1994)

by Peter Tsouras

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This book is dedicated with great affection to the memory of my dear friends, Bruce W. Watson, Commander, U. S. Navy (retired) and his soulmate and wife, Susan M. Watson.
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The rows of American LSTs (Landing Ship Tank) were heading singlefile towards the landing beaches, blacked-out and faint against a low quarter moon about to set. (Prologue)
In the year of invasion 1066, the English waited nervously all Summer for Duke William of Normandy's invasion fleet to find that necessary but elusive combination of calm seas and fair winds to carry it to England.
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