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D-Day to Berlin - victory in Europe day by day
Peter Darman
Pen & Sword Military
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The campaign in northwest Europe from June 1944 to May 1945 involved some of the heaviest - fighting of World War II and covered an enormous range of different forms of combat
from the - landings on the D-Day beaches to the parachute drops at Arnhem, and from the close-quarters slogging - match in the French bocage country to the armoured warfare of the Battle of the Bulge. It ended with - the German Army in total defeat, pushed back across its frontiers by Anglo-American (and Canadian) - forces that were masters of the art of modern warfare. - - This great success was not without its difficulties, however. The Germans proved a formidable foe, - and the Allied commanders fought bitter internal feuds in pursuit of their own views of how to achieve - ultimate victory. There were many sub plots and side issues
such as the race to get to the V weapon - sites before they could destroy London, or the way that the American army took the Remagen Bridge - in the nick of time to cross the Rhine
and the whole story has rarely been told in such a concise and - involving way, interweaving the day by day narrative with more detailed essays and contrasting - viewpoints.

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World War, 1939-1945 - Campaigns - Europe.|World War, 1939-1945 - Campaigns - Europe - Pictorial works.
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