Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Goran recommends...

D-Day is a non-fiction historical book on one of the most important days in the history of the modern world. It talks about all the preparations and people behind the actualization of this operation, code named "Overload." The opening of a second front is a key turning point in WWII. If you have read any of Ambrose's other books, such as Citizen Soldiers, this book is the one you're looking for. It is very long and complex but is ideal for people extremely interested in 20th century history and World War II.

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