By Denis Hambucken
On June 6, 1944, 75,000 American males landed at the shores of Normandy. the outlet act within the liberation of Western Europe used to be the main formidable army operation in historical past. This booklet offers an intimate examine infantrymen’ daily event via interval gear, guns, and private belongings.
American Soldier of global warfare II offers a close examine the lives, guns, and kit of the warriors who fought within the ecu Theater via a suite of artifacts and exacting reproductions. whereas different books learn international warfare II from a political, tactical, or army viewpoint, this publication specializes in the daily lifestyles and the human event of the yankee males who fought and sometimes gave their lives to defeat fascism. Illustrated with full-color pictures and historic files, engagingly written and carefully defined, this ebook is the suitable addition to children’s and adults’ library collections, institution libraries, and the private libraries of heritage buffs of all ages.
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American Soldier of WWII: D-Day, A Visual Reference by Denis Hambucken