Opération Dynamo

Dunkerque 1940 - 350 000 soldats britanniques et français sont évacués vers l'Angleterre

Jean-Charles Stasi

Date Published :
November 2017
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Four years before the Allied landing in Normandy, the French coast was the scene of another major episode of the Second World War. This is Operation Dynamo, much less well known than D-Day. Between 27 May and June 4, nearly 350,000 British and French soldiers were evacuated from the Dunkirk pocket by a heterogeneous fleet of 850 boats. Nearly 80 years later, Jean-Charles Stasi, author of several successful books published by Heimdal publishes this major history of one of the most pivotal actions of WWII in a book illustrated with numerous photographs in black and white and color, as well as maps, computer graphics, aircraft profiles and boats. Text in French.

About The Author

Jean-Charles Stasi is the author of twenty books including several devoted to World War II.


“With the collection of photos both old and new, along with maps and graphics there is plenty to keep your interest for anyone wanting to see more about the Dunkirk story of 1940.”

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