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Combined Operations Staff Notebook 1945: Essentially a summary of what had been learned about combined operations during the Second World War. Of great importance to the reader in seeing what had been under consideration for D-Day and other operations, this is a valuable source of all information on the subject. Covers channels of command, orders, details of landing ships and craft, dimensions of vehicles, equipment and awkward equipment, and other material. Well worth the read. ISBN: 9781847914675
LIBERATION OF EUROPE 1944-1945: Map set: 28p. 31 maps. This is a reprint of the famous West Point maps of operations in World War II and covers Allied movements from D-Day (6 June 1944) through to the end of the war with Germany. Each map is printed in full colour, and covers a specific stage in the campaign to liberate Northern Europe from 1944 to 1945. Ideal as a primer or as a study aide-memoire, it allows an overview of the whole campaign which can then be supplemented in much greater detail from our other publications on Operation Overlord and all subsequent operations. Ideal as a companion for the reprints of the BAOR Battlefield Tours
Tactical Operations of the Eighth Air Force June 44 - May 45: This is an account of tactical air operations carried out by the US 8 Air Force from D-Day to the end of the war in Europe. It relates what was done to support the ground operations on D-Day itself, and immediately thereafter. It then follows the campaign inland. It also covers general air operations, supply drops and operations against the V-bomb offensive, Operation Crossbow. Further details include attacks on radar installations, coastal batteries, air-sea rescue and leaflet drops. The appendices are detailed and give a statistical picture of Crossbow operations and anti-German Airfield attacks. A valuable addition to the land warfare papers on D-Day and subsequent operations already published. ISBN: 9781847910127
The 43rd Wessex Division at War 1944-1945: This is the story of the 43rd Division from its arrival in France during Operation Overlord in June 1944 through to the end of the war with Germany. It relates how the division fought and where, and is illustrated with 21 maps. The division was engaged on the River Odon, and at Hill 112, then in the Seine crossing, the attempted relief at Arnhem, at Groesbeek, in Operation Blackcock and the advance to Goch and Xanten. It also took part in the Battle of the Rhineland and in Operations Plunder and Varsity and made its final move to capture Bremen in 1945. Very readable, and an important volume in our Divisional History series of the Second World War. ISBN: 9781847910400
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