The Devil's Garden. Rommel's Desperate Defense of Omaha Beach on D-Day

The Devil\'s Garden. Rommel\'s Desperate Defense of Omaha Beach on D-Day
- Fresh look at D-Day, one of World War II's pivotal battles, in time for its 70th anniversary in June 2014
- Explains why the U.S. Army suffered enormous casualties on Omaha Beach
- Focuses on Erwin Rommel, the Desert Fox, who oversaw German defenses in Normandy
- Covers little-known aspects such as the German patrols tasked with shooting down the pigeons the French Resistance used to send messages to the Allies
- Relies on original research, including recently discovered German artillery maps
Zaloga's well-supported conclusions are sure to spark debate.
With 240 b/w pictures.

Author/s: Steven Zaloga
Publisher: Stackpole
Pages: 272
Language: English
Edition: 1
Year of publication: 2013
Dimensions: 26 x 21,5 cm
Binding: Hardcover

Weight: 1.20 kg
Books-> (3022)
  Aircraft & Rockets-> (1301)
  Classic Cars
  Comic (15)
  Marine-> (442)
  Military History (Ground Power)-> (1229)
    Uniforms / Equipment-> (61)
    Fortifications / Bunkers / Castl-> (30)
    Vehicles / Arm branches-> (933)
    History-> (205)
      Warfare until WW I-> (11)
      First World War-> (50)
      Second Worldwar-> (110)
        Autobiographies/Biographies (40)
        Operations (11)
        Theaters of War-> (38)
          Africa (2)
          Asia (1)
          Europe-> (35)
            Germany/Austria (3)
            Other European Areas-> (25)
              France (6)
              Italy (6)
              Russia (8)
        Unit-Histories (16)
        Volumes: Men-At-Arms - WW 2
      Modern Military-> (13)
      Covering different epoches
      Series (20)
    Military-hist. travellers guide
  Model Construction-> (27)
  Museums-Guides (5)
  Present Archeology
  Radar (2)
  Trucks (1)
Second Hand / Sale-> (17)
Quick Find
Use keywords to find the product you are looking for.
Advanced Search
0 items
German English

Copyright © 2021 Christian Schmidt Fachbuchhandlung
Powered by osCommerce