D-Day Bombers

Ref: B368
By: Stephen Darlow
£13.49 (Approx $19.61 or €17.25)



The story of allied heavey bombers during the invasion of Normandy

Before Allied soldiers set foot on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944, American and British bombers helped pave the way by pounding German positions on the shoreline and farther inland, a vital mission that continued as the troops waded ashore and the battle beyond the beachhead began. In this lively look at D-Day in the air, eight different bomber crews--three American and five British--tell their unforgettable stories from inside B-17s, B-24s, Lancasters, and Halifaxes.


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