The Germans in Normandy

A book proving that there are still valuable new insights into the Normandy fighting that add greatly to established knowledge. The story of the Allied landings in Normandy have been told very well from an Allied perspective but remarkably little has been written about the experiences of the Germans who were the recipients of the largest amphibious landing in history – Highly Recommended

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NAME: The Germans in Normandy
FILE: R2929
AUTHOR: Richard Hargreaves
PUBLISHER: Pen and Sword
BINDING: soft back
PAGES: 271
PRICE: £14.99
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT: WWII, World War Two, World War II, World War 2, Second World 
War, Nazi Germany, Normandy, D-Day, liberation, German Army, Waffen SS

ISBN: 1-52676-067-3

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DESCRIPTION: A book proving that there are still valuable new insights into the 
Normandy fighting that add greatly to established knowledge. The story of the 
Allied landings in Normandy have been told very well from an Allied 
perspective but remarkably little has been written about the experiences of the 
Germans who were the recipients of the largest amphibious landing in history –  
Highly Recommended

The author has provided a thoroughly researched account of what happened in 
Normandy as it affected German troops. The readable text is supported by 
illustration, making this book a cut above rest. Even after 75 years and a mountain 
of books and articles, there are still important aspects of the liberation of Europe 
that have remained largely untold and fresh insights still to be advanced.

The might of the Allied forces rolled up the German forces in Normandy with more 
than 60,000 German casualties. In the main, the Germans fought with honour and 
courage against overwhelming odds. Their story has been buried under the horrors 
of the odious German regime that took Europe into another destructive war that 
killed many millions of military personnel and civilians.