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  • Anthony Beevor sets the standard

    Having begun my time as a battlefield guide with two seasons 1984/5 in Normandy it seemed right to read this book again now, having moved recently to live in the heart of the Norman battleground of June 1944. My new home town of Vire shows all the signs of the desperate struggle to eject the Nazi occupation. St Lo, 40 kms north, even more so. We have this book to describe why it was so difficult, what the cost was in lives of French residents and Allied liberators, how, despite the common purpose of all under Eisenhower's command, ferocious rivalries between Army commanders and whole categories of arms - notably ground forces and bomber command - made success more onerous than it should have been. Beevor's book is not the only one about the liberation operation that is worth reading. But I regard it as the best

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