When the Sea Came Alive An Oral History of D-Day by Garrett M Graff

When the Sea Came Alive An Oral History of D-Day by Garrett M Graff | 89.13 MB
608 Pages

Title: When the Sea Came Alive
Author: Garrett M. Graff

"Gripping and propulsive…Readers will be spellbound." –Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Garrett Graff has crafted a masterpiece of oral history. When the Sea Came Alive is stirring, surprising, grim, joyous, moving and always riveting." -Evan Thomas

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Only Plane in the Sky and Pulitzer Prize finalist for Watergate comes the most up-to-date and complete account of D-Day-the largest seaborne invasion in history and the moment that secured the Allied victory in World War II.
D-Day is one of history’s greatest and most unbelievable military and human triumphs. Though the full campaign lasted just over a month, the surprise landing of over 150,000 Allied troops on the morning of June 6, 1944, is understood to be the moment that turned the tide for the Allied forces and ultimately led to the defeat of the Axis powers in World War II. Now, a…



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