Invasion The Story of D-Day by Bruce, Jr. Bliven
  

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Invasion The Story of D-Day by Bruce, Jr. Bliven

It is June 6, 1944: The greatest amphibious invasion the world had ever seen, involving thousands of ships, incredible preparation and courageous soldiers, sailors and airmen willing to sacrifice their lives for victory. Author and journalist Bruce Bliven was there on the beaches of France and he recounts it all, from the risky plans developed by British and American military leaders through to the daring landing itself. He also tells of individual tales of bravery from the courageous soldiers who lived through it.

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Format

Paperback
176 pages

Author

Bruce, Jr. Bliven
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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

2nd August 2007

ISBN

9781402741418


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