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  • hampden98
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Sep 2009
    • 2560

    D Day Books

    I've been reading `The Longest Day` by Cornelius Ryan and while a good easy read doesn't sit well with me regarding factual information.
    Can anyone recommend good books on the subject? I'm particularly interested in the aviation aspect of D-Day as well as the ground offensive.
    Books I'm not keen on are ones dripping with the minutia of unit designations and irrelevant back stories.
    An example of a good book for me would be `Target Berlin`.

    Over to you :-)

    p.s is `The Longest Day` considered a good book on D-Day ?
  • Wellington285
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Apr 2008
    • 427

    #2
    After The Battle magazine. They have published 2 books about D Day with then and now photo's. The 2 volumes cover all the history, a really good read.
    Ian

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