The D-Day Atlas is the most accurate and comprehensive cartographic examination of the momentous events of June 1944.
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YA-A brief, attractive delineation of the invasion of Normandy using easy-to-interpret colored maps as well as appropriate black-and-white photographs to describe the events leading up to and including D-Day on June 6 and following through to September 1, 1944. Chronological running headers in the upper corners of each page make access easy, and a detailed index even lists each numbered division involved. The maps, graphs, and charts are especially clear and comprehensible. The accompanying narrative is well written and evenhanded. German positions and strategies as well as Allied movements are described; the mistakes and omissions on each side are explained. A good analysis of an important event, well presented and well worth owning.
Susan H. Woodcock, King's Park Library, Burke, VA
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