A travellers guide to d day and the battle for normandy covers the period from june to august 1944 when the allies stormed ashore fought their way through the bocage country of normandy and eventually broke out through the avranches gap this title gives comprehensive information about. A travellers guide to d day and the battle for normandy established in 1987 interlink is an independent publishing house that offers a global cosmopolitan perspective our list is devoted to works of literature history contemporary politics travel art and cuisine from around the world often from areas underrepresented in western media. A travellers guide to d day and the battle for normandy the travellers guides to the battles battlefields of ww ii by shilleto carl tolhurst mike 2000 paperback books amazonca. Used this as preparation of a trip to normandy in 2003 and found it quite useful it works well as both a source book for the background and logistics of d day and as a practical touring guide i hadnt realized though i suppose i should have just how complex touring the normandy d day areas can be. The normandy battlefields d day and the bridgehead the book describes the area from cherbourg to le havre by way of the key d day locations providing a handbook for the visitor and an overview for the armchair traveler it covers wherever possible the forces from both sides and the memorials to those young men who fought so many years ago
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