Visiting The Normandy Invasion Beaches and Battlefields, A Helpful Guide Book For Groups and Individuals

The publisher has produced an excellent catalogue of battlefield guides, of which this new book is a worthy companion. The author is an educationalist, rather than a former soldier and has produced a guide which is particularly suitable for teachers taking school parties to the battlefields of Normandy, but equally suitable for individuals making the journey – Highly Recommended

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NAME: Visiting The Normandy Invasion Beaches and Battlefields, A Helpful 
Guide Book For Groups and Individuals
FILE: R2909
AUTHOR: Philip Warner
PUBLISHER: Pen and Sword
BINDING: soft back
PAGES: 174
PRICE: £12.99
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT: WWII, World War II, World War 2, Second World War, European 
Theatre, Second Front, D-Day, D-Day landings, Normandy landings, Mulberry 
Harbour, amphibious assault, air superiority, landing craft, landing ships, 
battleships, shore bombardment, bunkers, Atlantic Wall, gun emplacements, 
airborne forces, French Resistance, guide book, battlefield guide

ISBN: 1-47385-432-6

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DESCRIPTION: The publisher has produced an excellent catalogue of battlefield 
guides, of which this new book is a worthy companion. The author is an 
educationalist, rather than a former soldier and has produced a guide 
which is particularly suitable for teachers taking school parties to the 
battlefields of Normandy, but equally suitable for individuals making the
 journey –   Highly Recommended

This book follows the publisher's proven format, of well-research text, a readable 
writing style and many illustrations in support, all at a very aggressive price and 
just about pocketable. In this 75th Anniversary year of the D-Day Landings, this 
is a timely book, providing all of the information needed to plan a visit and take 
along on the journey.

Many battlefield guides are written by former soldiers, starting with the first guide 
produced in the 1920s for the many visitors to the Western Front trenches. The 
Guild of Battlefield Guides provide guided tours and again use former soldiers as 
guides, many of whom produce guide books. The author of this new guide has 
extensive experience in leading numerous trips to Europe, Russia and North 
America and his guide will be specially valuable for anyone planning to lead a 
school trip to Normandy.