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D-Day Normandy: The Story and the Photographs (America at War Series)

by Donald M. Goldstein

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0028810570, Hardcover)

This commemorative volume contains hundreds of American, Allied and German photographs. It leads readers through the experiences of D-Day combatants on both sides, from the preparations of the invasion to its ultimate result - the end of the Third Reich. Donald M. Goldstein and Katherine Dillon are the authors of "God's Samurai" (with Gordon W. Prange), "At Dawn We Slept", Miracle at Midway", "December 7, 1941", "Pearl Harbour: The Verdict of History" and "Target Tokyo", J. Michael Wenger is the co-author of "The Way It Was" and "Nuts!: The Battle of the Bulge".

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