The D-Day Landings in 101 Objects

Ingo Bauernfeind

Date Published :
April 2022
Publisher :
Bauernfeind Press
Series :
101 Objects Series
Illustration :
130 images
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Artifacts are tangible objects to our past with each of them telling its own story. What can we learn from the various objects which were used during the D-Day Landings in Normandy on June 6, 1944? What is the significance of the dummy tanks used to confuse German reconnaissance planes? How did the use of aluminum foil help to make the landings a success? 101 carefully selected artifacts tell the story of the day that changed history. Each object will be explained by historians, curators, and even visitors admiring these objects in various museums, thus giving the objects a personal dimension.

About The Author

Ingo Bauernfeind studied military and naval history, visual communication, and documentary film at Hawaii Pacific University, Honolulu. In Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Ingo initiated and completed various museum projects in cooperation with the USS Arizona Memorial’s historian, Mr. Daniel A. Martinez, as well as the USS Missouri and the U.S. Navy. Over the years, Ingo has completed 30 books about naval, military, and aviation history and either directed or co-produced award-winning documentaries in cooperation with German and American TV networks. This includes various films about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor (First Shot & Killer Subs in Pearl Harbor) and the Pacific War. In addition, Ingo has been producing interactive museum guides for history and naval museums in Pearl Harbor and in Germany.

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