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It was very well written and easy to read.
From the beach at Omaha to the streets of Paris this book propels the reader back in time to the Allied army's push across Normandy.
The book does not reveal much new information or break any new ground, but the writing is excellent and the maps are very well done.
Although it contained detailed information this book kept my attention and I read at every possible moment. The maps were not as comprehensive as they could have been. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Albert J. Gladner
I bought it for my husband's birthday. He read it in two days. Couldn't put it down.Published 22 days ago by delores r. ward
A first rate account of the battle with telling comments regarding the generals who took part. Highly recommended and highly readable.Published 3 months ago by Phil Lewis
British historian Antony Beevor’s book D-Day: The Battle for Normandy is a comprehensive account of the experience of Allied forces from the launch of the Overlord mission on June... Read morePublished 3 months ago by ironman96
I did not love this book, i appreciated it, wjoleheartedly. Superbly well laid out, well-planned, well-written, this is the story of an enormous undertaking that brought out the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jennifer Anne Mathews
Four stars for content; ZERO stars for its execution as a Kindle book. Content-wise, it's a compelling story, compellingly told, though I confess to being a sap for the topic and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Owen Thomas
Beevor is quickly becoming one of my favorites! Having read the series of books on WWII by Stephen Ambrose, I couldn't imagine anyone else being able to bring the events to life... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Andy Glass