A startling new oral history of the turning point of World War Two- D-Day
A graduate of Cambridge and Edinburgh Universities and a former Alistair Horne Fellow at St Antony's College, Oxford, Roderick Bailey is a historian attached to the Imperial War Museum. He is the author of Forgotten Voices of D-Day, Forgotten Voices of the Secret War, which was a Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller, and the acclaimed The Wildest Province- SOE in the Land of the Eagle.
The most recent of Ebury's admirable series ... a wonderful
selection of first-hand accounts of D-Day by British servicemen --
Richard Holmes * Evening Standard *
Incomparable. The voices speak with utter immediacy of fear, determination, bewilderment, indifference, and unmistakable courage * Spectator *
Excellent ... An exciting read * Family History Monthly *