Download Normandiefront: D-Day to Saint-Lo Through German Eyes by Vince Milano,Bruce Corner PDF

By Vince Milano,Bruce Corner

within the chilly morning of June 6, 1944, hundreds of thousands of German squaddies are in place from Port en Bessin eastwards prior Colleville at the Normandy coast, acutely aware giant invasion strength is heading instantly for them. in keeping with Allied Intelligence, they isn't there. 352 infantry department may make sure the invaders might pay a huge fee to take Omaha seashore. there have been veterans from the Russian entrance among them they usually have been good educated and built. the presence of 352 department intended that the variety of defenders was once actually double the quantity anticipated - and at the top fortified of all of the invasion seashores. What makes this account of the bloody fight particular is that it's advised from the German perspective, utilizing firsthand testimony of German opponents. There should not a lot of them left and those debts were painstakingly accumulated via the authors over many years.

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