Summary

D-Day marked the start of the Battle for Normandy, which in turn led to the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe and the defeat of Germany. Although it is seen as an unqualified success, the Battle for Normandy was a much more closely fought affair.
It wasn’t until the 1970s that details of the Allies' top-secret and audacious deception plan emerged.
©2014 Alex Gerlis (P)2015 W F Howes Ltd
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"Fascinating read." (Gavin Esler, broadcaster and author of A Scandalous Man)
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5 out of 5 stars
By K R D on 19-03-18

Concisely provides historical back-up to Best of Our Spies

This hugely interesting “single” provides historical back-up to The Best of Our Spies. It is concise and yet detailed enough to explain a fascinating part of WW2 history.

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