D-Day Paratroopers: The British, The Canadian, The French

Jean Bouchery

The very first ground actions linked to the D-Day in France were fought by the ‘red berets', the famous British and Canadian paratroopers, but also by the lesser-known French SAS who jumped over Brittany the same day to fight a guerilla war. This book offers every detail of these elite soldiers.
Date Published :
July 2013
Publisher :
Histoire and Collections
Language:
English
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9782352502050

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$39.95

Overview
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The very first ground actions linked to the D-Day in France were fought by the ‘red berets’, the famous British and Canadian paratroopers of the 6th Airborne Division dropped over the Caen region, but also the lesser-known French SAS who jumped over Brittany the same day to fight a guerilla war. This book offers every detail of these elite soldiers.

About The Author
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Jean Bouchery, born before the war in Normandy, is a renowned specialist of the Allied Armies of WW2. He has authored several best-selling books such as The British Solider 1939-45, the Canadian Soldier 1939-45, and Allies in Batledress.

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