D-DAY ATLAS. The Definitive Account of the Allied Invasion of Normandy. A detailed and graphic depiction supported by 60+ full-color topographical maps and sophisticated special projections covering land, sea & air operations.
D-DAY ATLAS: The Definitive Account of the Allied Invasion of Normandy. by John Mann. The most accurate and comprehensive atlas of the events of June-August 1944.
A detailed and graphic depiction of D-Day OVERLORD from inception to the bloody assault and greatest amphibious operation in history, the vicious battles at Caen & Cherbourg, and on to destruction of the two German Panzer Armies at Falaise and the liberation of Paris. Over 60 state-of-the-art computer generated full-color maps combine topographical detail with troop movements. Over 70 photographs. Authoritative text examines the D-Day campaign from both Allied and German viewpoints covering land, sea and air operations. Sophisticated reconstruction of developments over time, special projections and graphic reconstructions. Original hardcover editions with attractive dustcover jackets as seen in photo.