By Philip Kaplan
D-Day Defences revisits a number of the destinations in the five-beach touchdown zone of the invasion forces, concentrating on a few of the points of the German fortifications, the categories of protecting platforms hired opposed to the yankee, British and Canadian invaders, and the implications skilled by way of either invaders and defenders within the Allied fight to achieve and carry ownership of that pathway to Berlin.
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