''Everything We Have'': D-Day 6.6.44: The American story of the Normandy landings

"Everything We Have": D-Day 6.6.44: The American story of the Normandy landings

Gordon H. Mueller, The National WWII Museum
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Author:  Gordon H. Mueller, The National WWII Museum
Condition:  New
Format:  Hardback
Pages:  256
Publisher:  Headline Publishing Group
Year:  2019
ISBN:  9780233005812

Over 150,000 troops landed on the five beaches of D-Day, with over 20,000 reported casualties across both sides. June 6, 1944 will be a day forever remembered in history. The story of D-Day has been told on countless occasions, and is an event that reverberates through time as one of the most pivotal moments in our history.

"Everything We Have" tells the personal stories of the people involved in Operation Overlord, in their own words. Using rare documents, artifacts and first-hand accounts from The US National WWII Museum's official archives, you can gain a rare insight into the thoughts and feelings of those soldiers who landed on the beaches of Normandy.

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