A Guide to the Beaches and Battlefields of Normandy provides an accessible background to the momentous events of 6 June 1944 as well as a complete guide to each and every town, village, beach, battery and cemetery that figured in the battle. This comprehensive book contains a wealth of detail that charts the heroism, poignancy and tragedy of events that were to alter the course of history. With stories, poems and illustrations, David Evans pays a fitting tribute to those who gave their lives as the price of victory. Accompanied by photographs, maps and drawings, this guide is aimed primarily at the thousands of veterans, relatives and tourists who visit Normandy each year, but it will also be an endless source of enjoyment to those who wish to recall the details and monuments of the battle in the comfort of their own homes. David Evans is a lecturer in modern history and is a frequent visitor to the sites of Normandy battlefields.
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About the Author
David Evans is a retired teacher. He has written a number of books on local history. He is married and lives in Southampton.