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Beyond the Beachhead
by Joseph Balkoski
List: $14.95, 304 pp. paperback

Originally published in 1989, Beyond the Beachhead became the standard for nearly all future histories of the WWII citizen-soldier. It illustrated the brutal realities of life on the front line through following the movements of one division circumflex--the 29th--during 45 days of combat from Omaha Beach to the liberation of St. Lo. Available for the first time in trade paperback, this now-classic study of one division's experience set against the backdrop of the U.S. Army's tactical strategy is ...

D-Day June 6, 1944
by Stephen E. Ambrose
List: $17.00, 655 pp. paperback

Stephen E. Ambrose draws from more than 1,400 interviews with American, British, Canadian, French, and German veterans to create the preeminent chronicle of the most important day in the twentieth century. Ambrose reveals how the original plans for the invasion were abandoned, and how the ordinary soldiers and officers acted on their own initiative. D-Day is above all the epic story of men at the most demanding moment of their existence, when the horrors, complexities, and triumphs of life a ...

Six Armies in Normandy
by John Keegan
List: $13.95, 365 pp. paperback

John Keegan's innovative approach to the invasion of Normandy correctly observes that the invasion, while colossal, was merely the beginning of a series of furious battles in northern France, and Keegan accordingly tackles not only the actions of June 6, 1944, but the subsequent Normandy campaigns by five Allied nations and their German opponents. Focusing on specific actions, such as the U.S. 101st Airborne night drop into France and the British infantry battles surrounding the city of Caen, he ...

The Longest Day
by Cornelius Ryan
List: $13.00, 350 pp. paperback

Some 41 years after its first publication, Cornelius Ryan's The Longest Day still stands as one of the outstanding accounts of D-Day - June 6, 1944. Based largely upon the accounts of American, British, Canadian and German survivors of the assault on Normandy, Ryan offers many first hand accounts based on the memories of those who were there. Among those interviewed were Rommel's deputy, Generalmajor Hans Speidel, his aide, Capt. Helmuth Lange, and Rommel's widow, Frau Luci Marie Rommel. ...

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