Normandy 1944

The Road to Victory

An examination of the planning and preparation for the invasion, the launching of the greatest military operation of all time, and the campaign that followed in the summer of 1944, until the Allied armies closed at Falaise Gap and the Germans began their retreat from France. Les mer
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An examination of the planning and preparation for the invasion, the launching of the greatest military operation of all time, and the campaign that followed in the summer of 1944, until the Allied armies closed at Falaise Gap and the Germans began their retreat from France.

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Richard Doherty is a military historian, writer and broadcaster whose father served in Eighth Army in North Africa. Normandy 1944 is his tenth book. His previous books include The Sound of History: El Alamein 1942 and A Noble Crusade: The History of Eighth Army, all published by Spellmount. 10 December 2003