Reviews

  • "Whether you are a visitor to the Normandy battlefields, a general reader interested in the greatest amphibious assault in the history of warfare, or just someone who appreciates extremely well-written military history . . . this truly extraordinary book is undoubtedly the one for you."

    Andrew Roberts
  • "Following his excellent study of the Battle of the Bulge, Caddick-Adams does it again by explaining, as opposed to simply describing, the Allies’ victory."

    Jeremy Black
  • "Peter Caddick-Adams is unquestionably one of the very finest historians of the Second World War . . . His D-Day must surely go down as the definitive narrative of that pivotal moment in the history of the war."

    James Holland
  • "Fascinating . . . Reveals the full horror Allied troops suffered as they prepared to overwhelm the Nazis, examining the facts behind the historic assault."

    Daily Mail
  • "This is a hugely impressive book which makes full use of a lifetime of learning and experience. It is also rich in unexpected detail…this is such an entertaining and engaging account"

    The Herald