by Giles Milton
A ground-breaking account of the first 24 hours of the D-Day invasion told by a symphony of incredible accounts of unknown and unheralded members of the Allied – and Axis – forces.
SOURCE: Washington Post
A Louisiana congressman just compared border crossers to Allied forces storming the beaches at Normandy.
by Robert Scott Kellner
What the diary of a German against the Third Reich can teach us about the Atlantic Wall.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
It wasn't the Allies who beat the Nazi generals in Normandy. It was Hitler himself... A great historian's gripping account of how the Fuhrer's bloodlust doomed his troops
by Antony Beevor
Ten days after D-Day, Adolf Hitler was in an unforgiving mood.
SOURCE: Ohio State University -- Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective
#2: The invasion was a compromise.
Leaders from Germany and France publicly welcomed Putin's decision.
Its crew will navigate a 3,600-mile-long route, making refueling stops in Maine, Labrador, Greenland, Iceland and Scotland before buzzing the skies over Omaha Beach in early June.
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