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An Army At Dawn

The Day of Battle
  • Title: The Day of Battle
  • Authors: Rick Atkinson
  • Publisher: Macmillan
  • Published Date: 2008-09-16
  • Description: In the second volume of his epic trilogy about the liberation of Europe in World War II, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Atkinson tells the harrowing story of the campaigns in Sicily and Italy.
  • Identifier: 080508861X | 9780805088618
  • Page Count: 852
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Bletchley Park the Jewish Contribution

Authors: Michael A. Kushner and Martin Sugarman.
The importance of Bletchley Park during World War II and the breaking of Nazi codes is no longer a secret. The work of the codebreakers who played their part in the downfall of Adolf Hitler. It can now be revealed that out of the 8000 personnel that worked at the Ultra secret Bletchley Park establishment in North Buckinghamshire 200 were in fact Jewish.

Clash By Night Dieppe

Clash by Night
  • Title: Clash by Night
  • Authors: Derek Mills-Roberts
  • Published Date: 1956
  • Description: Beretninger om engelske kommandomissioner under 2. Verdenskrig. Fra landgangen ved Dieppe frem til nogle af de sidste kampe ved overgangen af Elben. - Nordafrika ; Kamp om floder ; Maas ; Weser
  • Identifier: UOM:39015009050892
  • Page Count: 228
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Commando Subaltern at War

Commando Subaltern at War
  • Title: Commando Subaltern at War
  • Authors: William G. Jenkins
  • Published Date: 1996
  • Description: The story of the Royal Marine Commando operations in Yugoslavia and Italy between 1944 and 1945, based on the author's own experiences with the 43rd unit. Recounts the raids against German and Italian garrisons carried out on the Dalmatian islands, and in Italy the offensive at Lake Comacchio and Argenta.
  • Identifier: IND:30000052154485
  • Page Count: 192
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