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Normandy To Victory

Author : William C. Sylvan
ISBN : 9780813138664
Genre : History
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The war diary of General Courtney Hicks Hodges begins on June 2, 1944, as Hodges and the U.S. First Army prepare for Operation Overlord, the Allied invasion of France. Hodges' aides, Major William C. Sylvan and Captain Francis G. Smith Jr., recorded daily entries, which Hodges reviewed and approved. The diary chronicles Hodges's ascent to Commanding General in August 1944, as well as his viewpoints on strategy and the enemy, and follows Hodges and the First Army through savage European combat until the German surrender in May 1945. Edited and extensively annotated by John T. Greenwood, Normandy to Victory makes a classic military document widely available to the general public for the first time.
Category: History

Encyclopedia Of Elite Forces In The Second World War

Author : Michael E. Haskew
ISBN : IND:30000116519384
Genre : Special forces (Military science)
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The Second World War saw the formation and employment of a large number of specialist units in all the many theatres. The most celebrated Special Forces were the units such as the SAS, Long Range Desert Group and the American OSS but this book looks at the much wider spectrum. It embraces special-to-purpose formations such as the Chindits (in Burma), parachute forces (of Germany and the Allies), specially formed air force units such as the Dambusters, Hans-Ulrich Rudel's Tank Busting Stuka Squadrons, the US Flying Tigers and the Doolittle Raiders and Memphaisi Belle Bomber team. “ At sea the activities of the midget submarine crews, torpedo operators and the mighty German battleships are examined. “ All this and much besides make Elite Forces of the Second World War a thrilling, highly informative and most attractive book. “ AUTHOR: Michael E. Hawskew has been writing and researching military history subjects for 20 years. He is the editor of WWII History Magazine and is the author of The Sniper At War. He also served as editor of The World War II Desk Reference with The Eisenhower Center For American Studies. An expert on special forces activities during World War II, Mr. Haskew has written extensively on the topic. He lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee. SELLING POINTS: Satisfied the demand for books on Special Forces ands small specialist units, whether on land, sea or in the air. “ Covers all participants' elite forces, their actions and their commanders. 120 photos
Category: Special forces (Military science)

The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
ISBN : UOM:39015062080331
Genre : Bibliography, National
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Eight Stars To Victory

Author : Joseph Bernard Mittelman
ISBN : UOM:39015034367873
Genre : World War, 1939-1945
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Category: World War, 1939-1945

Panzers In Normandy

Author : Samuel W. Mitcham
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132276523
Genre : History
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The story of one of Germany's most renowned panzer commanders Based on Eberbach's own papers and writings Details on the armored opponent the Allies faced after D-Day In July 1944, after fighting in most of Germany's campaigns--Poland, France in 1940, the Eastern Front--and then serving as Heinz Guderian's troubleshooter, General of Panzer Troops Hans Eberbach took command of Panzer Group West near the vital city of Caen in the British sector of Normandy. During the next two months, Eberbach led German tanks against the Allied onslaught in an ultimately vain attempt to stop the breakthrough into France's interior. Captured by the British at the end of August, Eberbach nevertheless secured himself a place among Germany's best panzer leaders.
Category: History

From Tunisia To Normandy

Author : Henry Rowan-Robinson
ISBN : IND:32000011272905
Genre : World War, 1939-1945
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Bog om forløbet af 2. Verdenskrig frem til D-dag i juni 1944 med De Allieredes landgang i Normandiet. Småt trykt.
Category: World War, 1939-1945

Dad The Man Who Lied To Save The Planet

Author : James Michael Pratt
ISBN : 1570089787
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Recalling his growing-up years in Los Angeles following World War II, author James Pratt describes twelve lessons he learned from observing his father, an unpretentious and uneducated man who acquired little of this world's wealth but who lived an honorable life.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Road To Victory

Author : William Reginald Wheeler
ISBN : UCAL:$B746103
Genre : Embarkation (Military science)
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Category: Embarkation (Military science)

Bloody Victory

Author : J. L. Granatstein
ISBN : WISC:89058472382
Genre : Canada
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Victory In The East

Author : John France
ISBN : 0521589878
Genre : Crusades
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The success of the First Crusade, and its capture of Jerusalem in 1099, has been conventionally explained in terms of its ideological and political motivation. This book looks at the First Crusade primarily as a military campaign and asks why it was so successful. Modern writing about the crusade has tended to emphasise the moral dimension and the development of the idea of the crusade, but its fate was ultimately decided on the field of battle. Victory in the East looks at the nature of war at the end of the eleventh century and the military experience of all the contending parties in order to explain its extraordinary success. It is the first such examination, taking into account all other factors but emphasising the military.
Category: Crusades

Breakout From Juno

Author : Mark Zuehlke
ISBN : 9781553653257
Genre : History
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The ninth book in the Canadian Battle Series, Breakout from Juno, is the first dramatic chronicling of Canada's pivotal role throughout the entire Normandy Campaign following the D-Day landings. On July 4, 1944, the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division won the village of Carpiquet but not the adjacent airfield. Instead of a speedy victory, the men faced a bloody fight. The Canadians advanced relentlessly against Hitler's finest armoured divisions, at a great cost in bloodshed. Initially, only the 3rd Division was involved, but in a couple of weeks two other Canadian divisions -- 2nd Infantry and 4th Armoured -- along with a Polish division and several British divisions came together as First Canadian Army. While their generals wrangled and planned, the soldiers fought within a narrow landscape extending a mere 21 miles from Caen to Falaise. The Canadians won a two-day battle for Verriï??res Ridge starting on July 21, costing them 1,500 casualties. More bloody battles followed, until finally, on August 21, the narrowing gap that had been developing at Falaise closed when American and Canadian troops shook hands. The German army in Normandy had been destroyed, only 18,000 of about 400,000 men escaping. The Allies suffered 206,000 casualties, of which 18,444 were Canadians. Breakout from Juno is a story of uncommon heroism, endurance and sacrifice by Canada's World War II volunteer army and pays tribute to Canada's veterans at a time when many Canadians, young and old, are actively engaged in acts of remembrance.
Category: History

Travellers Portugal

Author : Anthony Hogg
ISBN : 0950895520
Genre : Portugal
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Aces High

Author : Christopher Shores
ISBN : 9781898697008
Genre : History
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A revised collection of the biographies of the highest scoring Allied fighter pilots of World War II. All details of their combat are arranged in tabular form. Included are a selection of photographs from hitherto private collections.
Category: History

Air Force Fifty

Author : Air Force Association
ISBN : 9781563114090
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Imagining The Sacred Past

Author : Samantha Kahn Herrick
ISBN : 0674024435
Genre : History
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In 911, the French king ceded land along the river Seine to Rollo the Viking, on condition that he convert to Christianity. This work advances our understanding of early Normandy and the Vikings' transformation from pagan raiders to Christian princes. It also sheds light on the intersection of religious tradition, identity, and power.
Category: History

All The U S Air Force S Airplanes 1907 1980

Author : Andrew W. Waters
ISBN : 0870520318
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Gennemgang af alle fly der har tilhørt USAAF indtil 1948 og USAF fra 1948-1983. Flyene er indordnet efter type og tidsperiode. Endvidere oversigter med typebetegnelser, flyfabrikker, data fra USAF historie og USAF baser.
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