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  • Writer's pictureWilliam Tyler

D-Day: A Reading List

There are hundreds of books on the subject but here are just a few.

My top three

1 Sand and Steel P.Caddick-Adams

2 Normandy '44 J.Holland (outstanding bibliography)

3 D-Day S.Ambrose (the great American historian of the war)

Seen from a German viewpoint

1 D-Day through German Eyes H.Eckhertz

2 D-Day through German Eyes J.Trigg

Other classics

1 D-Day A.Beevor

2 Overlord M.Hastings


D Day Operations Manual Falconer & Watson

Short and Simple

Victory in Europe Karen Farrington (NB D Day to Victory)

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