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Dawn of D-day by David Armine Howarth
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Dawn of D-day (edition 1959)

by David Armine Howarth

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Title:Dawn of D-day
Authors:David Armine Howarth
Info:Collins (1959), Hardcover, 255 pages
Collections:Non-fiction, History, Read but unowned
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Tags:Gone to auction, 1950s

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Excellent mix of personal accounts, some of which tied together. ( )
  stevenwbucey | May 25, 2007 |
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D-Day is the American edition of the author's Dawn of D-Day.
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June the 6th, 1944 saw the greatest combined military operation of all time and subsequently D-Day has become known as the single most crucial watershed of the 20th century. Based on interviews with survivors and accounts by participants, this enthralling story brings all the drama of the operation to life.… (more)

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