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The Americans at Normandy
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John C. McManus is a professor of military history at the University of Missouri. He has traveled extensively in researching his books about the American experience in World War II.

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Far more gripping than Saving Private Ryan. Required reading on a bitter battle that won't be--and never should be--forgotten. Awesome! A definitive account of a turning point in American and world history.--Thomas Fleming on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy "An American Iliad" --Stephen Coonts on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy "Required reading on a bitter battle that won't be--and never should be--forgotten." --W.E.B. Griffin on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy "Awesome! A definitive account of a turning point in American and world history." --Thomas Fleming on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy "Far more gripping than Saving Private Ryan. Comprehensively detailed . . . Utterly fascinating. McManus' style fits the slam-bang fighting that characterized one of the most crucial periods of the war, and he makes every battle---and every soldier---count as if it were the last round in the clip." --Walter J. Boyne, New York Times bestselling author of Operation Iraqi Freedom on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy "I thought I knew something about war and men at war until I read John C. McManus' deeply insightfiul book. I stand humbled by what I consider nothing less than a definitive work on a subject whose scope is simply so vast that no writer until now has put int in perspective and made it real." --David Hagberg on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy An American Iliad "Stephen Coonts on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy" Required reading on a bitter battle that won't be--and never should be--forgotten. "W.E.B. Griffin on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy" Awesome! A definitive account of a turning point in American and world history. Thomas Fleming on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy Far more gripping than "Saving Private Ryan." Comprehensively detailed . . . Utterly fascinating. McManus' style fits the slam-bang fighting that characterized one of the most crucial periods of the war, and he makes every battle---and every soldier---count as if it were the last round in the clip. "Walter J. Boyne, New York Times bestselling author of Operation Iraqi Freedom on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy" I thought I knew something about war and men at war until I read John C. McManus' deeply insightfiul book. I stand humbled by what I consider nothing less than a definitive work on a subject whose scope is simply so vast that no writer until now has put int in perspective and made it real. "David Hagberg on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy"" "An American Iliad"--Stephen Coonts on "The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy " "Required reading on a bitter battle that won't be--and never should be--forgotten." --W.E.B. Griffin on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy "Awesome! A definitive account of a turning point in American and world history." --Thomas Fleming on The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy "Far more gripping than "Saving Private Ryan". Comprehensively detailed . . . Utterly fascinating. McManus' style fits the slam-bang fighting that characterized one of the most crucial periods of the war, and he makes every battle---and every soldier---count as if it were the last round in the clip."--Walter J. Boyne, "New York Times" bestselling author of Operation Iraqi Freedom on" The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy ""I thought I knew something about war and men at war until I read John C. McManus' deeply insightfiul book. I stand humbled by what I consider nothing less than a definitive work on a subject whose scope is simply so vast that no writer until now has put int in perspective and made it real."--David Hagberg on "The Americans at D-Day and The Americans at Normandy"

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