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Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Cornelius Ryan wrote the first major book to tell the D-Day story from the eyes of those who fought or were caught up in it, from all ranks from private to field marshal, and his... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Kiwiwriter
A good research work. Very accurate and with the German point of view. It has been a pleasure reading it.Published 21 days ago by cuquerella
I found the book to be very interesting and informative. I was also impressed with the fact that a man that I know was listed in the index as one of the people who had input in the... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Roger Reuschel
A good book on WW II
Worth reading if interested in history or just to no the struggle of one generation of Americans and British and others.
I have always loved the film. This is just as good, but I miss Robert Mitchum.Published 25 days ago by Phyllis E. Garner
I CONSIDER CORNELIUS RYAN TO BE THE PREEMINENT AUTHOR ON THE DDAY INVASION.I FIRST READ THIS BOOK OVER 30 YEARS AGO AND IT REMAINS TIMELESS IN ITS TELLING THE STORY OF NORMANDY. Read morePublished 29 days ago by ian belardine
This is a complete look at D-Day and what was involved. Much better than any movie could portray. A very complex undertaking that could have very easily failed had many events not... Read morePublished 1 month ago by mongo.x
On the 70th anniversary of the end of WW II, it's a great read of reread.Published 1 month ago by daniel j gallagher