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The American Gi In Europe In World War Ii

Author : J. E. Kaufmann
ISBN : 9780811705264
Genre : History
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Presents a history of the events surrounding D-Day and includes personal narratives from the participants.

The American Gi In Europe In World War Ii

Author : J. E. Kaufmann
ISBN : 0811704491
Genre : History
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Presents a history of the events surrounding D-Day and includes personal narratives from the participants.

The American Gi In Europe In World War Ii The March To D Day

Author : J. E. Kaufmann
ISBN : 9780811743730
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Firsthand accounts and contextual narrative chronicling the U.S. war effort before D-Day. Sidebars on patrols, service troops, the replacement system, Rangers, and more. Based on interviews with more than 200 veterans.

The American Gi In Europe In World War Ii The Battle In France

Author : J. E. Kaufmann
ISBN : 9780811743747
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Firsthand accounts and contextual narrative chronicling the war in Europe after D-Day. Sidebars on glider operations, rear-area activities, hedgerow country, and more. Based on interviews with more than 200 veterans.

Die Vergewaltigung Von Nanking

Author : Iris Chang
ISBN : 3858423459
Genre : Nanjing (Jiangsu Sheng, China)
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The March To D Day

Author : J. E. Kaufmann
ISBN : LCCN:2008046869
Genre : World War, 1939-1945
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Written in the words of the men who were there, these volumes tell of the event of D-Day, starting from the background before the United States entered the war to the landing in Normandy to finally the aftermath of D-Day.

American World War Ii Orphans Network

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ISBN : 9781596520325
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A Democracy At War

Author : William L. O'Neill
ISBN : 0674197372
Genre : History
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Surveys the bureaucratic mistakes--including poor weapons and strategic blunders--that marked America's entry into World War II, showing how these errors were overcome by the citizens waging the war.

The Americans At Normandy

Author : John C. McManus
ISBN : 9781466845800
Genre : History
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In The Americans at D-Day, the first volume of this series, John C. McManus showed us the American experience in Operation Overlord. Now, in this succeeding volume, he does the same for the Battle of Normandy as a whole. Never before has the American involvement in Normandy been examined so thoroughly or exclusively as in The Americans at Normandy. For D-Day was only one part of the battle, and victory came from weeks of sustained effort and sacrifices made by Allied soldiers. Presented here is the American experience during that summer of 1944, from the aftermath of D-Day to the slaughter of the Falaise Gap, from the courageous, famed figures of Bradley, Patton, and Lightnin' Joe Collins to the lesser-known privates who toiled in torturous conditions for their country. What was this battle really like for these men? What drove them to fight against all sense and despite all obstacles? How and why did they triumph? Reminiscent of Cornelius Ryan's The Longest Day, The Americans at Normandy takes readers into the minds of the best American strategists, into the hearts of the infantry, into hell on earth. Engrossing, lightning-quick, and filled with real human sorrow and elation, The Americans at Normandy honors those Americans who lost their lives in foreign fields and those who survived. Here is their story, finally told with the depth, pathos, and historical perspective it deserves. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Omaha Beach And Beyond

Author : John Robert Slaughter
ISBN : 0760331413
Genre : History
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“Slaughter vividly conveys the reality of combat during World War II in his book with sweeping passages that literally place his reader on the battlefield beside him.” Belvoir Eagle Before D-Day, regular army soldiers called the National Guardsmen of Virginias 116th Infantry Regiment "Home Nannies," "Weekend Warriors," and worse. On June 6, 1944, on Omaha Beach, however, these proud Virginians who carried the legacy of the famed Stonewall Brigade showed the regular army and the world what true valor really was. In this moving World War II memoir, the author captures the day-to-day comings and goings of GI Joe from pre--World War II National Guard days through induction, training, deployment overseas, and more training. All leads up to D-Day and Normandy on June 6, 1944, when Sergeant Bob Slaughter came across Omaha Beach with Company D of the 116th Infantry. This was the beginning of his long march to final victory in Europe, a march that would take him and his fellow soldiers of Company D, at least those who survived, to Holland, the Bulge, and on into Germany itself.

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