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Cross-Channel Attack: The European Theater of Operations in World War II
Gordon A. Harrison (au); Orlando Ward (fr); Hugh M. Cole (in). This volume in the U.S. Army’ Center of Military History series, U.S. Army in World War II, is introductory to a series on the European Theater of Operations. The book deals with the development of strategy & planning for the attack on northwest Europe in 1944 & with the first month of operations establishing Allied armies in France. The first 7 chapters (c. 2/3) of the book are concerned with the prelude to the 6 June assault: the preparations & discussions of strategy on both the Allied & German sides from 1941 to 1944. The remaining 3 chapters describe the combat operations of the First U.S. Army in Normandy from 6 June to 1 July 1944. Includes black & white photos & a portfolio of maps.
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