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Normandy 44

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Product description

222pp. 2013. Very good copy.


June 6, 1944: a date forever etched in history. With the landing of allied troops on the Normandy coast, so began one of the major confrontations of the Second World War. Twelve weeks of fierce fighting would decide the fate of the war in the West and hasten the defeat of the Third Reich. It is right that everybody should still remember the sacrifice of a region and its people, and that of those men who came from across the Atlantic and across the Channel, to rest forever in this land that they liberated.

Item details

Author(s):
Jean Quellien
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
2815100320
ISBN-13:
9782815100328
Publisher:
OREP

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222pp. 2013. Very good copy.


June 6, 1944: a date forever etched in history. With the landing of allied troops on the Normandy coast, so began one of the major confrontations of the Second World War. Twelve weeks of fierce fighting would decide the fate of the war in the West and hasten the defeat of the Third Reich. It is right that everybody should still remember the sacrifice of a region and its people, and that of those men who came from across the Atlantic and across the Channel, to rest forever in this land that they liberated.

Author(s):
Jean Quellien
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
2815100320
ISBN-13:
9782815100328
Publisher:
OREP

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